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banquet hall

A room used for dining, social gatherings, or meetings accommodating large numbers of people.
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The banqueting hall is the name given to a cavernous space at the site of Williamson's original house, in Mason Street, which volunteers began excavating late last year.
Lord Armstrong gifted the banqueting hall and the dene to Newcastle in 1883-84, But in 1977, as the hall deteriorated, the roof was taken o'for safety reasons and the building became a "controlled ruin".
Mohammed Mamunur Rashid said there will be a conference and banqueting hall along with a World of Food Buffet restaurant serving Indian, Thai and Chinese food, on the first floor.
King Harald will be invited to sign the honours register, which dates back to the 1800s, and his name will be engraved on a wall in the banqueting hall, joining the likes of former US President Jimmy Carter, Nelson Mandela and Sir Bobby Robson.
The approach to the banqueting hall is completely different: before you come to the building's big space, you pass a large curved cave lined with cherrywood that acts as cloakroom.
The trust is already in talks with developers and believes the cottages building could be converted into four two-storey houses, while the former banqueting hall would make an ideal restaurant.
Participants also will have full English breakfasts each day, London transportation and museum passes, and a private dinner on New Years Eve at the Beefeater's Banqueting Hall, where they will welcome 2000 and view a fireworks display along the River Thames.
Held in the stunning surroundings of The Adelphi's grand banqueting hall, the event will centre around a delicious three-course meal and features appearances from actors from Liverpool's Love History.
A DEVELOPER wants to turn a historic former bingo hall into a restaurant and banqueting hall - after claiming there was nowhere serving "international standard" food on one of Birmingham's busiest high streets.
Bob, who has a studio in the Banqueting Hall at Jesmond Dene, said he was painting these days.
This photo shows the disused Jesmond Dene Banqueting Hall in Newcastle as it was in 1975.
Now, following Kohl's election defeat, Gerhard Schroder will occupy an office suite, alongside those of his ministers, in an eyrie above 370 lesser offices (manned by 500 civil servants), two cabinet rooms, an EU conference room, banqueting hall, press facilities, library, security offices, 50 workshops including a print works, restaurant, fitness centre, bunker, car park and 13 glazed winter gardens.