Wedding Venue Spotlight: The Beehive

Host your celebration in this Bohemian space known for its music and Middle Eastern-influenced cuisine.
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The Beehive‘s cabaret-style stage has pretty much seen it all, from jazz to burlesque, electronica to Latin.

Now it’s ready to see your wedding.

There’s a buzz around town about this subterranean boho-chic hangout hosting some of the most unique celebrations in Boston. Imagine hosting friends and family for an intriguing night—exchanging vows on stage, dining on new executive chef Gregory Torrech’s authentic Middle East-meets-modern-eclectic cuisine, dancing in a moody “come as you are” Bohemian space.

No, this isn’t your typical wedding site.

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You could do an entire restaurant buyout for up to a 450-guest standing reception or up to a 180-guest seated dinner, or choose the mezzanine and bar area for at standing reception for up to a 70 guests or a seated dinner for up to 40. An additional 100-plus of your friends and family can be accommodated on the outdoor patio.

The menu certainly will be one of the hits of the night. From passed hors d’oeuvres (think mini-BBQ pork spare ribs, mini falafels with tahini dipping sauce, lamb-filled grape leaves, and shrimp-and-feta fritters) before they hit the dinner buffet (or sit-down dinner) with entrees that could include organic chicken piccata, roast Texas brisket, eggplant and spinach parmesan, seafood paella, and black-truffle-crusted halibut.

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The Beehive’s stellar list of world-class live music ensures that your entertainment will shine. The venue will work with you to choose the perfect artists—jazz, R&B, blues, or whatever else you’re looking for—to set the stage for a great night.

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The Beehive is located at 541 Tremont St., Boston, 617-423-0069, beehiveboston.com.


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