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Cuisine is an art in itself, and the Arts Club of Washington is proud to offer a full catering service for events held at the facility. The team can customize the menu to meet your tastes, needs and budget. We can also accommodate various food restrictions and allergies. 

Buffet service works most comfortably at the Arts Club of Washington but several entertaining options are available:

  • Standing receptions for up to 300 guests
  • Seated dinners for up to 90 (in one room) or 130 (on one floor)
  • House and garden receptions for up to 300
  • Seated service in the garden for up to 150 guests (weather permitting or with a tent)

Costs vary with the size of the group and the season. Full reservation requires a deposit of 30% of catering costs.  Standard receptions are 4 hours, plus 2 hours for setup and an additional 1-1/2 hours for cleanup, included in the room rental fee.

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