Our venues in downtown Raleigh and downtown Durham are the perfect setting for events of all kinds. We can host anything from an intimate bridal shower to your dream wedding, or your next corporate function. With a variety of options steeped in history dating as far back as 1875, each venue has its own unique character. From The Glass Box's floor to ceiling windows with gorgeous views of downtown Raleigh, to The Stockroom's exposed brick walls and ambient market lighting, to All Saints Chapel's original wood floors and carpenter-gothic style woodwork, you are sure to find something to suit your vision for your next special event.
All Saints Chapel
For more than a century, All Saints Chapel has been an integral part of downtown Raleigh’s charm and history. Built in 1875, All Saints has had a long and storied history, beginning as the chapel for the congregation at The Church of the Good Shepherd and painstakingly restored in 2008. All Saints is now available for weddings, receptions, parties, meetings and special events.
The Stockroom at 230 is a unique, urban venue located on Fayetteville Street in the heart of downtown. This space will make anyone feel like a socialite and can be transformed to accommodate a night full of dancing and mingling or sit-down dinner party; ideal for a wedding, reception, meeting or special event.
Located on the 5th Floor of 230 Fayetteville Street, The Glass Box is a touch of modern luxury located in the heart of Downtown Raleigh. The bright and chic suite is bathed in natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows, offering amazing views and a private outdoor balcony.
Equal parts modern and provincial, the Jiddi Space & Courtyard is a hidden gem in downtown Raleigh. Tucked behind Sitti & Gravy, this fully enclosed private dining and event space is perfect for corporate events, meetings, luncheons, retirement parties, social events, and family celebrations including wedding ceremonies and receptions, rehearsal dinners, and holiday or surprise parties. The Jiddi Space & Courtyard is catered exclusively by either Sitti or Gravy.
At The Pit Durham Event Venue, you'll find Southern hospitality in our lovingly restored 7-Up bottling plant, built in 1939 in the Moderne style. The Pit Durham was established in 2013, carrying over a decades-long tradition of authentic barbecue from its sister restaurant in Raleigh. Over time, the popularity of our private event spaces prompted a shift. In 2022, we began serving our community as a unique venue in the heart of the bustling Central Park District.The Pit Durham Event Venue offers an all-inclusive private event experience for weddings, rehearsal dinners, milestone celebrations, company dinners, corporate meetings, and more.