Philadelphia, PA The Grande Salle at The Met Philadelphia is a magnificently renovated 3,400-square-foot trendy lounge area, opened on April 3 for pre-event and post-event socialization as well as private occasions. The Grande Salle consists of a 360-degree, marble, bar-top in the middle of the room, in addition to waiter/waitress service in which guests may dine on high top tables or even booths. Eleven chandeliers, created by Allegri, accentuate the ceilings atop the Grande Salle's bar.
The Grande Salle will even showcase a live feed of The Met’s live performances on a couple of 70” LG flat screens and audio on six Clair Brothers 10-spots speakers and three Clair Brothers SX3’s. Brûlée, the exclusive food and beverage supplier for The Met Philadelphia, is going to oversee and manage the dining experience alongside high-end dishes, and this includes a full-service dining alternative together with a dynamic drink plan to enhance the live performances at The Met Philadelphia.
The Metropolitan Opera House is situated on North Broad Street, The Met Philadelphia is located in the old Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House. Initially established in 1908 by opera house impresario Oscar Hammerstein, The Met Philadelphia is presently experiencing a $56 million renovation in collaboration with Live Nation, Eric Blumenfeld together with Holy Ghost Headquarters to convert the grand theater. Look Inside Live Nation's Renovations of The Met Philadelphia
“The Met Philadelphia will offer the ultimate live music experience. said Geoff Gordon, Live Nation Philadelphia Regional President. These spectacular images help define the concepts we’re developing that will provide the ultimate concert experience for our guests with the best sight lines, crystal clear sound and so much more.”