The Cuban Club is the perfect place to host your wedding. As early as 1899 the club provided a gathering place for members and served as a unifying force in the Cuban community. This spectacular venue is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The patio which is located west of the building has hosted boxing matches, famous Cuban entertainers such as Benny More’ and Celia Cruz as well as the big band sounds of Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey. On the top floor, The Fernando R Mesa Ballroom continues to be the scene of many lavish wedding receptions. This large space has hardwood floors that you and your guests will dance on under gorgeous chandeliers. The teal color of the carpet that surrounds the dance floor is the perfect complement to the tranquil teal ceiling. Together they set the stage for an elegant and timeless wedding. Gather your loved ones at the Cuban Club for a wedding to remember.
Indoor/Outdoor Ceremony, Indoor/Outdoor Reception
Max Indoor Ceremony: 450 guests
Max Outdoor Ceremony: 150 guests
Max Indoor Reception: 400 guests
Max Outdoor Reception: 1,000 guests
Set up time can start at 8:00AM. Events must end by 3:00AM.
The rental fee ranges from $800 to $3,000 for a reception and includes 19 hours of rental time including set up and clean up time. The fee for a ceremony ranges from $700 to $1,500 with reception rental. Please inquire for pricing and availability of ceremony-only weddings with no reception. A refundable security deposit of $400 to $900 is required.
The average wedding cost at The Cuban Club is estimated at between $7,329 and $13,156 for a ceremony & reception for 100 guests.
Choose from List
|Bride's dressing area|
|Groom's dressing area|
|Tables and chairs provided|
|Venue set up and clean up|
|Day of onsite manager|
|Venue must approve all decorations|
|No rice, birdseed, confetti, etc.|
|Choose from a list for catering|
|Amplified music OK indoors and outdoors|
|Smoking in designated areas only|
|Alcohol must be provided by venue|
|Music must end by 3:00AM|
|Outdoor music must end by midnight|