Located in Chicago, IL, Oak Park Banquets offers its South Dining Room for private events. Designed in 1928 by James L. Fyfe, this building offers a refined atmosphere for private events. As a subsidiary of The Nineteenth Century Charitable Association, the iconic structure is used to host a variety of not-for-profit and social functions.
On the first floor of this iconic brick building, the South Dining Room exudes a sophisticated ambience. It is characterized by its sleek, minimalistic design, providing a blank canvas for private events. Polished concrete floors, neutral walls, and a bright ceiling contribute to the room’s airy elegance. The windows imbue the space with plenty of natural light while sconce fixtures cast a soft glow. A small elevated stage provides an area for presentations and intimate wedding ceremonies. The South Dining Room can be transformed to your liking with dreamy drapery and white furniture. This room can be combined with the adjoining lounge space for large occasions or sectioned off for smaller events.
The administration at Oak Park Banquets is committed to ensuring that you have everything you need for a seamless event. By providing a list of preferred vendors, they can assist you with securing food service, decorations, entertainment, floral arrangements, and photography or videography services. The venue’s in-house catering team provides an extensive selection of hors d'oeuvres, plated meals, and custom buffets.