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New York City is among the most important center for trade and commerce in the world. Being the world's major cities for politics, international finance, culture and entertainment, it welcomes large number of people from all over the world. New York has a lot to offer to the visitors in terms of culture, entertainment, food and lodging. It is an important destination for organizing conferences, parties, social events and other functions. There are many private hotels and restaurants that offer the event space in order to organize these meetings and gatherings. There are various options for people for selecting an appropriate location to host their parties and conferences. It has every type of restaurants one could possibly imagine. The restaurants also vary in range such that everybody would be able to find a place that would be suitable to him and his budget.

There are also some beautiful restaurants in New York City that provide private space for hosting parties. These restaurants have special event space to allow their client organize private parties. These private rooms are especially designed for private events and the décor consists of comfortable chairs and cushions. The staff service is excellent and the menu bar is amazing. They offer some of the best cuisines in the United States.

Some of the most famous restaurants that offer private rooms for events include: Tao, Stk, and Buddha Bar

Tao: Tao's waterfalls, lush velvet & silks, and century old stones and woods, transport the guests to the Pacific Rim from the City of Sin. Over the corners of Tao are placed a wide collection of statues of Buddha. The nightclub is decorated with red chandeliers and consists of a Monk Bar which has a wall decorated with around three hundred hand carved candles and monks. The 400 seat lounge menu incorporates dishes made from the cooking components from Japan, China and Thailand. The private space for events has been beautifully decorated according to the general theme of the restaurant. The service offered along with the atmosphere, makes the party a smash hit among the guests.

STK New York: STK combines the energetic beat of a city center lounge with the heart of a greenmarket eatery, thereby redefining the New York's steakhouse experience. The menu emphasizes on fresh ingredients and local manufacturer, offering Americans traditional to alternative steakhouse fare. STK has brought new life to Meatpacking District, one of Manhattan's most lively areas. The main dinning room has the seating for 200 people whereas the upper level features private party suites with comparatively lesser seating capacity. These private rooms provide the ideal setting for personal private parties and some special corporate events.

Buddha Bar: Buddha Bar is just the ideal restaurant to organize private parties. The interior consists of bamboo elements, wood plank floor covering, huge chandeliers and low seating. The menu consists of seasonal food incorporated the bold Asian flavors and the French essences. The soul of Buddha Bar is the stunning jet black Buddha resting peacefully underneath a cross shaped skylight.

Erica Maurer is a partner at EMRG Media New York's premiere event planning and marketing company. She has done a thorough research on night clubs, event spaces and restaurants in New York City . To know hot information's about clubbing, dining and other entertainment facilities, keep reading her articles.

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