Russell Morin Catering and Events is thrilled to announce our latest exclusive relationship with Newport Art Museum. The Griswold House, located on Bellevue Avenue in Newport, RI, is the home to the museum and boasts historic architecture, and stimulating art collections, and is surround by pristine grounds. Built in 1864 by Richard Morris Hunt, this historic landmark offers a space filled with elegance and class and is perfect for almost any event.
We have hosted many events & celebrations in the museum throughout the years, and are extremely happy to be teaming up with the amazing employees that are so passionate about their museum. The Griswold House and grounds are perfect for everything from intimate gatherings for 20, rehearsal dinners and gorgeous weddings, to large fundraisers. Each event is surrounded by the history and culture unique to Newport, Rhode Island.
"The Museum is thrilled to partner with Russell Morin Fine Catering as its exclusive caterer for facility rentals and major events in 2015. On behalf of the entire staff and Board of Trustees, we look forward to expanding our relationship with our Bellevue Avenue neighbors at ‘ Vue!"
- Executive Director, Lisa Goddard
We recently had an event at the Museum and this is what Chas Miller had to say about it:
"From start to finish, working with Kathleen Geasey and the team at Russell Morin was a delight. And that delight turned into a delicious and gracious evening for a private dinner at the Newport Art Museum. Our evening was done in honor of great friend from England, who is a Museum Director. We could think of no better or more interesting spot than the Griswold House of the Newport Art Museum for such an occasion. It was important to us to have a great location as friends were coming in from Boston, New York to join us along with local friends. With flowers by Paul Eckhart of Broadway Floral Designs, the evening surpassed our best expectations. The great wait staff greeted guests and passed delectable hors d’oeuvres. Our group of 12 also enjoyed the chance to view the galleries and current exhibitions, before sitting down for a seated dinner. Candles glowed around the library room (thank you Duracell) and guests dined on a multi-course delicious meal... making one believe it had just come out from one’s own kitchen and by one’s one chef. Thank you to the teams at Russell Morin and the Newport Art Museum - we could not have hoped for a better experience!"
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