Consulate General of France
Facing Central Park on mythic Fifth Avenue, the historic manor of the Consulate General of France is the work of architects Alexander Walter and Léon Gillette. They conceived the residence, which was heavily influenced by the Italian Renaissance, in 1926 for the financier Charles E. Mitchell.
Our reception areas are ideal for breakfast, lunch, cocktails, conferences, gala dinners, fashion shows, and product launches.
The proportions, lighting, and exquisite decor of the salons make the French Consulate the ideal reception area.
Feast and Fêtes, Tastings by Payard, Diane Gordon Catering, Naturally Delicious, Maison Privé Chefs
Yves Saint-Laurent, Bergdorf Goodman, Relais & Châteaux, Château Margaux, Dom Perignon
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