8. Grand Prospect Hall

Grand Prospect Hall banquet hall

Do you want to get a butterscotch sundae from this beautiful looking place in Park Slope? Well you can’t. The only way that would be possible is if you plan your wedding there. The Grand Prospect Hall in Park Slope is used these days for weddings and other major gatherings. The four story building was built in 1892 by NYC entrepreneur John Kolle and served as one of NYC’s first movie palaces until it was forced to close, turning it into a Victorian banquet hall. The location is perfect for Anderson’s vision thanks to its classic architecture and vibrant colors.

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