Perks of Allowing 45 Bistro to Host Your Next Event:

• No facility rental charge.

• Specialty menus designed to meet your specific budget.

• Built-in oak dance floor (no charge).

• 30 ton air conditioning unit to ensure comfort in the steamy summer days of Savannah.

• On-site floral designer with very reasonable prices.

• Capacity for on-site wedding ceremony with 90 person capacity.

• Rain back-up site for off-premise ceremonies can accommodate 200 people.

  1. No cancellation fee.

• No cake-cutting charge.

• Candle lamps provided for all events.

• Full service bar --100 person capacity.

• Plated dinner capacity of 140.

• Capacity of 250 or more for receptions with food stations.

• Audio/visual equipment available.

• Sound system with cordless microphone.

• 68 hotel rooms available under the same roof.

• City Parking Garage adjacent to our restaurant.

• A 40 year history of exceptional food and parties.

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123 East Broughton Street

Savannah, GA 31401

For Reservations Call 912-234-3111

Thank you for your interest in having 45 bistro host your wedding.

We arrange beautiful receptions and ceremonies for groups from 50 to 300. For a Saturday evening wedding in March, April and May we have a 100-person minimum. We can accommodate lesser numbers on other days or times.

If you are interested in having your wedding ceremony in our Atrium, we can accommodate with a central aisle and church style seating. There is a $150 ceremony fee with a maximum seating of 95 people in the Atrium.

For weddings, we typically start your guests in the Bar area for a cocktail reception. Following the cocktail hour your guest will find the Atrium set with buffet stations or, if you choose to have a plated dinner, we will begin service at this time. The W.W. Law room is connected to the Atrium by three sets of French doors. We generally use the Law room for a dance floor and other entertainment, such as a band or DJ.

Information regarding hotel rooms and parking should be directed to Matt Ferguson, Event Coordinator for The Marshall House.