Clarion Hotel Empire Meadowlands Hotel
2 Harmon Plaza
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Phone: (201) 348-6900
Fax: (201) 348-1407
2 Harmon Plaza , Secaucus, NJ, US, 07094
- Phone: (201) 348-6900
- Fax: (201) 348-1407
Meadowlands Sports Complex contains MetLife Stadium, the Izod Center, the American Dream Meadowlands, Meadowlands Racetrack, and Quest Diagnostic Training Center. The stadium is home to the New York Giants and the New York Jets. With so many great facilities, you'll find a wide variety of events happening here throughout the year.
The Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, popularly known as “The Big M,” is a famous spot for horse-racing. It has been a witness to this sport since 1976. The racecourse hosts fine dining services too and partners with a lot of luxury hotels. It offers live videos of races, as well as photographs and souvenirs for visitors.
The Williams Center for the Arts is a non-profit theater. Built around the famous Rivoli Theater, which has withstood several major casualties, the Williams Center receives a lot of grants, gifts and donations. Today it holds movie screenings and various theater performances. It also serves as a fine venue for private screenings, birthday parties and weddings.
The Jacob W. Van Winkle House is a historical home that currently houses the Masonic Club of Lyndhurst. It was included in the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1983.
Lucky Strike is not just a spot to bowl but also a perfect place to relax, have a drink, or more (alone or with your friends). Embedded with around 26 lanes, it's simply a bowling paradise, where you can have a lot of fun dropping all ten pins every time. Needless to say, you should give bigger tournaments a shot. Apart from bowling, there are 10 billiard tables for those who prefer this game. Lucky Strike is proud to have Luxe, a lounge to relax and to party as well. Quite a few parties are held from bachelor parties to kids parties and more. Moreover, with great music, bottle service is also available. If boredom creeps in or if you need a stress-buster, you know where to drop by.
Pier 94 is a huge venue with 175,000 square feet of space nestled in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. This place was a former freight pier in the 1950's and is virtually column-less. This water-fronted pier has skylights and is modernized to suit the needs of any event. The pier at full capacity can hold around 6,500 people. Business events, trade shows, fashion shows, exhibitions and so on are held here. Visit website for more details.
Pier 92 is one of the Show Piers along 12th Avenue by the Hudson River in downtown Manhattan. It is spread across 70,000 square feet and along with Piers 88 and 90, the area equals to 210, 000 square feet making it a perfect venue for major events and festivals of all sorts. All facilities and support is provided here.Check the website for event schedule.
You could not but throw grand events at Espace, where everything is so elegant and exotic. Espace can turn any event into a grand event. Espace makes sure that you get more than you need with higher standards and quality. For instance, the Halloween party held here is not only spine chilling but also mind blowingly exquisite. Hence, if you are looking for a grand and chic terrain where you can hold your event, then Espace is the place you should get in touch with.
JBL Live at Pier 97 is a collaboration between Live Nation, Harman International and Hudson River Park. The result is a wonderful waterfront, outdoor music venue. Equipped with top-notch sound systems, this seasonal spot hosts great shows by well known musicians and bands.
Just 12 minutes from New York City, Bananas has a second location in Hasbrouck Heights, that was opened 2 years after the original started up in Poughkeepsie. Attracting the same high-caliber comedy, the Bananas in Hasbrouck is a hotspot for New Yorkers seeking close-to-home, quality entertainment. When buying tickets to the show, you can also opt to upgrade for a dinner and show! Check out the website or call for more information.
Restaurant visitors can experience the mysteries of being aboard a sunken boat while also enjoying fresh seafood onboard the Frying Pan. The Frying Pan was a former lightship, but eventually fell into disrepair and sunk due to a broken engine. It was bought by its current owners and repaired in the 1980s and now serves as a popular restaurant. However, the ship still retains its sunken look in the lower levels in order to acknowledge the Frying Pan's long history.
A search for the perfect venue for rock out concerts drives you to Midtown Manhattan, where you'll find Terminal 5. This colossal venue is a facility with many levels, allowing multiple events to take place at the same time. Stellar sound and light technology and a design that allows unobstructed views of the stage makes this place a favorite entertainment hub among locals. Winning accolades for the almost flawless technical support, the venue also receives a thumbs up for its capacity of up to 3000. Terminal 5 has the same box office number as Mercury Lounge, so do call ahead for more details.