812 Union, St. Louis, MO
Boo Cat Club is a wedding venue located in St. Louis, MO. The refurbished historical site is brimming with architectural details to enthrall. The team enjoys organizing events where loved ones can mingle at an occasion that strikes the imagination and leaves a lasting impression. A fun and fascinating venue, couples are spoiled for choice when it comes to how they curate their one-of-a-kind event. The building that Boo Cat Club occupies used to be home of the St. Louis Artists’ Guild and Louis C. Spierling was the architect. Initially, the building served as a support for the arts in the local community. Constructed in 1908, a theater was added in 1916. From this stage, productions from many genres were performed, including those by famed Tennessee Williams. Transformed into a non-profit from 1973 to 2013, the current owners Patrick and Carol Schuchard then purchased the property. Renovating the building while preserving the antique charms, the team created a modern ambience with a historic twist. Perhaps you are looking for a traditional ballroom to host your nuptials. Boo Cat Club offers one such space that has an art-gallery style. The tall ceiling converges into a glass skylight for a cultivated feel. Another event space can be found in The Catacombs. White walls in the room are complemented by the sophisticated chandeliers. Elegant arches throughout reveal the history of the building. Also available for gatherings is the theater, a modern space that can be a template for a multitude of styles. To complete the cultured air of the venue, guests will find a baby grand piano. There are also lounges with fireplaces to have your guests feeling they should be sipping cocktails while discussing the latest bestseller. Bar staff is employed to provide these delectable drinks. An event manager assists with your use of the space. The devoted employees work with you to translate your ideas into a happening to remember.