Event Venues

The dynamic Detroit venues at Shinola Hotel can accommodate events of any size, from intimate dinners to grand gatherings all with catering by Chef Andrew Carmellini and NoHo Hospitality Group. Learn more about our beautiful on-site spaces and choose the perfect setting for your next meeting or event in Detroit.  

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Event Spaces

Foundry Room

Focused and sophisticated, the Foundry Room is our ideal space for business meetings, creative brainstorm sessions, and other corporate functions for up to 20 guests.

Bixby Hall

Bixby Hall is our most spacious venue and features an ornate white-tile ceiling, understated chandeliers and a marble fireplace. Throughout this stunning banquet hall, mirrors amplify both light and space, while glass French doors provide outdoor access. Bixby Hall can accommodate meetings and weddings for 100-180 guests. 

Birdy Room

Featuring vaulted glass ceilings, the bright and airy Birdy Room conservatory offers a verdant and refreshing respite from the energy of downtown. This sunroom-style space with a private garden is perfect for cocktail hours, wedding ceremonies, standing receptions for up to 160 guests, and intimate seated occasions for up to 70 guests.

San Morello

Host your next breakfast, lunch or dinner event in San Morello's private dining room. Our private dining room features high ceilings, dedicated patio entrance on Woodward Avenue, a walk-up bar, and family-style Italian cuisine for up to 36 guests. 

Evening Bar

Evening Bar is open for private venue bookings for up to 40 guests Sunday through Wednesday evenings.

The Brakeman

The Brakeman is an American beer hall featuring rotating drafts of craft beers from the Midwest while serving up fried chicken from neighboring Penny Red’s. Open year-round, The Brakeman’s alleyway features games including Ping-Pong, foosball, and shuffleboard.

Penny Red's

Penny Red’s is a fried chicken spot, serving up buckets of fried chicken, honey-butter biscuits, and local farmstand sides. Penny Red’s is adjacent to The Brakeman.