Thursday, 30 May 2013

Huntington Townhouse- Splendid catering hall of America!

No matter how many catering halls were there in U.S. but people always opted for Huntington Townhouse. Spread over 18 acres of land it was the biggest palatial hall of America. It accommodated good food, function rooms and many other services that made the visit more worthy for the guests and host.

The wide range of delicious and tempting food delicacies offered to the guests by the expert chiefs of Huntington Townhouse made it ideal venue for planning & organizing wedding, birthday bash, Christmas party, conferences etc.

Subsequently, this was the reason why it became so popular and witnessed many famous personalities like Ariel Sharon, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Laura Bush, Billy Joel, and Donald Trump. Aside famous people Huntington hall also noticed rich and common people.

The way parties were organized in this hall was unique. Right from party outfits, invitations, floral arrangements, decorations, lighting and food arrangements all things were kept up to the mark of the clients. This was the reason why clients need not have to worry about anything.

Huntington Townhouse was bought by in the year 1996 for $7.6 million by Ms. Rhona Silver. With remarkable interiors, beautiful facade with roman pillars, luscious greenery complete with towering gates, five ballrooms that could hold 3000 guests at a single time and nine kitchens that were equipped with state of art amenities it became the dream destination for every couple to have their wedding celebrations in this towering mansion.

Aside scenic beauty, it was also the delicious food prepared by Rhona's team of experts that was cherished by people.

However, the golden days of Huntington Townhouse ended when Rhona decided it to sell it off to Lowe’s. For a quite long time people were in shock and thought it’s just fake news as they dint ever thought that such a beautiful and popular colossal hall would close some day.

But it truly came as a heart trending news for people of in and around America, especially for those who had celebrations on their cards and they were eagerly waiting for that day when they would rejoice in Huntington Townhouse.

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