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Top 5 Quinceanera Venues in Chicago

Grecia Hernandez

Aside from California, Quinceanera celebrations are extremely popular in the state of Illinois!

Take a look at these five amazing Quinceanera venues in Chicago, hopefully you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for!

ROYALTY EAST BANQUET HALL

3810 West 63rd Street, Chicago, IL. 60629

Their packages varied according to the day of your event with Saturday being the most expensive starting at $40 per person and including 5 hours of rent, 3 hours of open bar plus family style dinner and XV decoration. A $500 deposit is required.

 GARDEN BANQUETS

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6330 W. Irving Park, Chicago, IL 60634

With over six banquet rooms to choose from, this is a venue that can easily accommodate your guests whether they’re 50 or 450 of them! Each of their halls included a dance floor and bar area. They offer packages which include six course dinner, music and decor but there is the option of booking only the venue.

DIAMOND GARDEN BANQUETS

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3705 W Fullerton Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60647

Their prices varied depending on your choice of package, the date of your event and the number of guests attending your party. These packages include open bar, a private suite for the Quinceanera and her court plus waiting stuff to help around during the event.

 MICHELLE’S BALLROOM

Michelles_Ballroom

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2800 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60618

This venue’s prices are amazing! Their rental for a Friday event during winter (November- March) is only $750 including tables, chairs and sound equipment. Outside XV catering is welcome as well as homemade cooking, definitely the place if you’re on a tight budget. A $500 deposit is required.

*Featured image is property of Yarlen, owner of The Emporium. Click here to see all her venue options!

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Grecia Hernandez

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