Connected proudly offers four private dining room options. All rooms have full A/V capabilities. Room fees may apply and are based on required equipment, party size, and/or minimum number of guests.

Waterfall room

This is the largest of our private dining options, accommodating up to 120 guests.

Feast your eyes on a 30-foot-tall waterfall at the front of the room, and a baby grand piano on the balcony in the back. You’ll find building facades along the sides that make you feel as if you are on an outdoor patio under the night stars of Venice! This large, open area is so grand we decided to adorn it with a true beauty of the skies!

All rooms have full A/V capabilities. Room fees may apply and are based on required equipment, party size, and/or minimum number of guests.

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Chandelier room

Two beautiful silver chandeliers are the real stars in this room!

This space can seat up to 20 guests and has its own entrance/exit to the front patio.

A see-through fireplace will make you feel right at home in this room. This room has four walls, a door and full A/V capabilities.

Room fees may apply and are based on required equipment, party size, and/or minimum number of guests.

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Fireplace room

Feel right at home in one of our medium sized options.

This room offers two fireplaces and stone chandeliers that you will love for your event! The fireplace room can hold up to 55 guests and has a private entrance/exit to the front patio.

This room has four walls, a door and full A/V capabilities.

Room fees may apply and are based on required equipment, party size, and/or minimum number of guests.

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the Vault

This boardroom-style space can accommodate up to 8 in your party.

Although small, this room packs a big punch! Enjoy the see-through fireplace, unique light fixture, and big screen T.V. in the vault.

This room has four walls, a door and full A/V capabilities.

Room fees may apply and are based on required equipment, party size, and/or minimum number of guests.

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