The St. Isidore Historical Plaza is a vintage chapel-turned-event location situated in Los Alamitos, California. Built during the 1940s, this local point of interest is available to host events and celebrations of all kinds. Well known for its many stained-glass windows, and historic value, the Plaza presents a unique draw to visiting guests.
St. Isidore Historical Plaza’s outside patio is a wide-open space with functional concrete flooring. The area is surrounded by villa-style pergolas and arches, from which bistro lights are strung and attached to the surrounding palm trees. A small fountain with distinct designs and embellishments is situated at the center of the courtyard. Within the venue, party planners can make use of the hall along with its various amenities. Upgraded in 2008, this room is spacious and inviting, equipped with a commercial kitchen.
The venue can provide partygoers a number of picnic tables to set up outside on the patio. The staff requests that security be present at all events that intend on serving alcoholic beverages. Stages can be erected on the patio for musical acts and DJs. Catered celebrations or barbeques are permitted to be held on-premises. The maximum number of guests allowed here is 200, with 150 chairs being supplied by the staff.