banquet room

noun

Definition of banquet room

: a large room (as in a restaurant or hotel) suitable for banquets

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After a morning of perfectly understated, sweet moments between the newlyweds that were enough to turn even the coldest of hearts to complete jelly, The Queen hosted a large and lavish reception in Windsor Castle’s luxury banqueting rooms. Lucy Wood, Marie Claire, "Jack Brooksbank and Prince Andrew's Wedding Speeches to Princess Eugenie Sound So Emotional," 13 Oct. 2018 The American Croatian Lodge Cardinal Stepinac continues to evolve with the recent renovation of the 250-person West End Hall, one of two elegant banquet rooms there. James Ewinger, cleveland.com, "American Croatian Lodge makeover continues (photos)," 26 Apr. 2018 Once Windmill Food Hall opens, Markham will begin work on a 60-seat Chicago-style speakeasy bar, which would share the building’s second floor with a large banquet room. Pam Kragen, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Windmill Food Hall announces list of restaurants," 12 June 2018 It’s like eating in a community center banquet room. Mike Sutter, San Antonio Express-News, "Review: India Oven brings the heat on West Avenue," 12 July 2018 Adjacent to the main house, the restaurant features a 330-seat pavilion banquet room, built in 2007, for weddings and other large social functions, with glass walls on three sides. Bruce Ingram, Naperville Sun, "Guide to outdoor dining in Chicago suburbs: Meson Sabika in Naperville," 5 July 2018 Three years later, in 2008, the restaurant added a bar and banquet room. Evan Frank, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Rosati's Pizza in Oconomowoc celebrates 20 years," 21 May 2018 The first time was in 2015 at What’s New Worship, a Winchester church located in a TraveLodge banquet room. Justin Wm. Moyer, Washington Post, "‘I was always hiding my face’: The bizarre life of Virginia’s redeemed school shooter," 4 May 2018 In an effort to accommodate more people with additional seating, the vendors are moving from the banquet room to a different area. John Benson, cleveland.com, "Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce schedules 'The Taste of Brooklyn' and 'All That Jazz' April 28," 23 Apr. 2018

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1717, in the meaning defined above

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