granite club wedding?
Has anyone attended a wedding at Granite Club? How does the entire experience compare to a ritz or four seasons? I am considering joining the club as well, are there any current members of the club could provide some feedback?
In my experience, the service really is excellent, the wine pricing very reasonable, and the food (for a wedding size occasion) to be standard ballroom fare. I think it is hard to cook for that many people exceptionally well. The food is generally not "innovative" or cutting edge; it is solid.
The pricing is likely less than the Ritz or Four Seasons (or at least was several years ago). I don't know if price is different for members vs non-members. I believe you you will be charged for guest parking which I am pretty sure is $5 per car.
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i went to a wedding at the granite club about 6 yrs ago. it was pretty nice. I can't compare to a ritz or four seasons wedding though, since ive never been. Ours was at the park hyatt and it was fantastic. Id say it was better than the granite but I may be biased.
My friend who had her wedding there was not a member nor did she ever become one so I don't think its a requirement.
Don't you have to be referred/sponsored to become a member?
Correct, you do not have to be a member to have wedding there, but you must be "vouched for" by a member.
To become a member, in general (disregarding the wedding, for a moment), you can apply, but you must have 2 current members "sponsor" your application, as well as have an in person interview with a current member of the Board of Directors. It's not that onerous.