Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer off-site catering as well as catering at Edgewater Hall?
Yes, we do offer off-site catering. We cater any event at your home, corporate office, backyard, yacht, or specialty location of your choice. Edgewater Hall is the home of chez vous. We are located a 691 Bay St., Stapleton
How many people does each floor hold at Edgewater Hall?
First Floor – 90 people
Second Floor – 125 people
Third Floor – 150 people
Combination of floors – 300+
Do you get the harbor and bridge view from every floor?
You can view the bridge from the second floor and third floor. The second floor has an outside deck with a harbor and bridge view.
Can I bring my own DJ or Band?
Yes, you can bring your own DJ or band, and provide other entertainment as well.
Is there parking available on site?
Yes. There is an on site parking lot. Valet parking, is available at an additional $90 per parking attendant.
What is the cost for alcohol?
Wine, beer, and sangria is $12 for 4 hours.
An open bar is $16 per person for 4 hours.
When catering, at what age do you charge for kids?
Kids age 5 through 12 are half price. Kids under 5 are free.
Can I bring my own food to Edgewater Hall?
You can rent Edgewater Hall; inclusive of tables, chairs, and linens. Bar service is available at an additional charge.
Does Edgewater Hall have an elevator?
Unfortunately there is no elevator available.
If you have additional questions, please call us at: (718) 720 – 0900
Staten Island Catering by Chez Vous Caterers
An Affair to Remember
Chez Vous Caterers one of New York’s most exclusive off-premise caterers is proud to add the Historic Edgewater Hall to its extensive list of available party sites.
Edgewater Hall, with its colorful historic background and landmark status, is an exclusive location for Chez Vous clients. Built in 1876, Edgewater Hall is located at 691 Bay Street. It was built as the original location of Staten Island Savings Bank and was later used as a speakeasy frequented by the Vanderbilts and Barrymores during the prohibition era.
The main hall of the three-story Victorian building features tin ceilings, exposed brick walls, authentic French doors and windows, a glass-enclosed porch, and solid oak floors. The second and third floors are contemporary Manhattan style lofts with a comfortable yet unique feel and great views of the Verrazzano Bridge.