Ballroom Dance Competition at New York City Catering Hall
WPIX 11 news at Brooklyn Catering hall

Masquerade Ball at New York City Banquet Hall


The mere vision of Prospect Hall's immense Grand Ballroom, with its glittering chandeliers, 45-foot high ceilings, and two tiers of balconies, is reason enough to inspire a twirling Viennese waltz, a tricky tango, or sultry rhumba. But the splendid space's inlaid wood floor is what makes ballroom dancing a true pleasure for both professionals and amateurs, earning Prospect Hall's nickname as "The Blackpool of America".

This is truly a dance palace, with a long tradition of dancing, from masquerades to marathon dances. The hall has hosted both the United States Amateur Ballroom Dancers Association championship and the Manhattan Amateur Classic and continues to host major ballroom events up to four times a year. Channel 11 television news aired a special edition segment on the U.S. amateur championship. The Grand Ballroom's 1,000 plus capacity can accommodate large-scale events and shows. A wide variety of other ballrooms (a dozen luxuriant spaces in all, plus an outdoor plaza) are available for smaller events, such as workshops and classes.



Always a Center for Dancing
Brooklyn Catering Hall featured in  LIFE magazine
Dancing Excerpts from "LIFE"
Magazine features Brooklyn Banquet Hall
Twelve Full Pages in the Magazine

Did you know that Life magazine shot more than 10 gorgeous pages of ballroom dancing competition in the The Grand Prospect Hall's Grand Ballroom? Click here for more on famous photo shoots produced at the hall.