Team behind Byron’s South End will open an event space at Camp North End

Team behind Byron’s South End will open an event space at Camp North End

The Revelry rendering courtesy of Redline Design Group

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The team behind Byron’s South End will open an event venue at Camp North End.

What’s happening:Best Impressions Caterers plans to open The Revelry North End on May 5.

Why it matters: It’s Camp North End’s first dedicated event venue and the largest project for Best Impressions Caterers.

  • Plus, in-person events are back and after two years of paused or canceled celebrations, people want to party.
  • “There’s still a need for more event venues in the city,” Best Impressions Caterers CEO and president Justin King told Axios.

Details: The Revelry sits on the other side of the railroad tracks near the Mount. Their front door faces the railroad tracks, which served as the inspiration for the venue, King said.

  • Expect opulence and elegance with crystal chandeliers, a vibe that takes you back to the era when railroads were booming.
  • The 23,000-square-foot space fits 250-1,200 people.
  • The space will include a built-in bar and prep kitchen in the pre-function space, as well as a full kitchen.

They’re currently booking events, from corporate events to receptions. Contact the venue for pricing.

Between the lines: Bryon’s South End will close when its lease expires at the end of April and a few days later, its operators will open The Revelry.

  • “When we moved into South End, there was no one in South End,” King told me.
  • Now South End is booming.

Of note: Redline Design Group is The Revelry’s architect. Rodgers Builders will oversee construction, which will begin in December.

The big picture: Camp North End is thriving with more businesses expected to open in the coming months.

Rendering of The Revelry at Camp North End

Rendering courtesy of Redline Design Group

The Revelry rendering courtesy of Redline Design Group

Rendering courtesy of Redline Design Group

The Revelry rendering courtesy of Redline Design Group

Rendering courtesy of Redline Design Group

The Revelry rendering courtesy of Redline Design Group

Rendering courtesy of Redline Design Group

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