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Spokane’s Wedding Venue

WE’RE ALWAYS DETERMINED TO MAKE YOUR EVENT SPECIAL

With its rustic elegance, clear bulbs dangling gently from open timber ceilings and turn of the century brick, The McGinnity Room is a perfect backdrop for the wedding of your dreams. Featuring thoroughly modernized amenities, it’s fully equipped to execute flawless events with a full and fabulous bar, a spacious catering kitchen, and an elegant bridal suite.

Photo Credit:  Nick Brimmer

Photo Credit: Nick Brimmer

The McGinnity Room Amenities

  • Exclusive use of event facilities

  • 10 hour venue access

  • Spacious & elegantly appointed Bridal Suite

  • Set-up & clean-up services

  • Professional & highly trained McGinnity Room staff

  • Complimentary room turnover from ceremony to reception

  • Day of event coordination

  • Two complimentary wedding consultation sessions

  • Complimentary timeline & planning guide

  • Floral & Design packages

  • Full Premium 27-foot Bar - professionally staffed, 3 dedicated beer taps & premium well

  • Cocktail service

  • Tables & chairs

  • Linens (white or ivory)

  • In-house catering

  • Outdoor patio

  • Dessert table

  • Doorman

  • Parking


 

The Perfect Spokane Wedding Venue

At approximately 7300 square feet, The McGinnity Room comfortably accommodates up to 225 guests for a formal dinner or up to 350 for more casual affairs. The main room is big and open with flexible options for seating, entertainment, a dance floor, special presentations and more. Doors open onto a private patio, offering the chance to extend the party into the evening air. Come experience our artfully crafted hospitality and you’ll find that all you need for a memorable event is your guest list!

Photo Credit:  Ifong Chen Photography

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MY HUSBAND AND I JUST GOT MARRIED HERE AND IT WAS THE PERFECT PLACE. THE BRIDAL SUITE IS INCREDIBLE AND THE VENUE IS BEAUTIFUL. WE HAD SO MANY GUESTS COMMENT ON HOW BEAUTIFUL THE ROOM WAS.

- Kate Stocker