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Private Dinner for 50 at Cipriani Wall Street

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Entertain your employees, special clients or extended family during a dinner for 50 guests in the legendary venue's vault or third floor club of Cipriani Wall Street, including complimentary bellinis and house wine.

Cipriani Wall Street stands as a triumph of Greek revival architecture, as well as a grand and luxurious venue for events. This New York landmark served as the home of the New York Merchants Exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, the United States Customs House, and the headquarters of the National City Bank. Framed by monolithic columns, the main hall at Cipriani Wall Street features a 70-foot ceiling with a Wedgwood dome. Impeccable attention to detail, the finest cuisine and classic service sets the stage for the most sought after social experiences.
Donated by: Cipriani Wall Street

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Valid for 50 people. Approximate duration of 3hrs. Expires October 22, 2013. NYS tax & 23% administrative fee excluded and to be paid by recipient based on value of certificate. To be scheduled at a mutually agreed upon date. Based upon availability. Black out dates may apply.
Lot #315714


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