Get Married In Harlem
According to the Uptowner, Harlem offers multiple venues and options for weddings of all sizes and budgets. Below is an excerpt of selected venues.
Sylvia’s specializes in catering, with free space for wedding parties under 45 guests and or $500 an hour for more than 50.
Riverside Church holds anywhere from 65 to 75 weddings year. The main sanctuary rents for $3,500 and the most popular space, The Assembly Hall, for $3,200. But wedding coordinator Angela Gregory says few Harlem couples marry there.
The Alhambra Ballroom specializes in wedding receptions. Its wedding package includes a Rolls Royce limousine, a cake and five hours’ ballroom use for 125 guests for $12,350.
Other popular spaces include Melba’s Restaurant at Eighth and Manhattan avenues, the Dwyer Cultural Center on 123rd Street between St. Nicholas Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard and, in West Harlem, the Harlem School of the Arts.