FOOD & BEVERAGE
You may work with any full service catering company that you prefer. Full-service catering includes customized menu options, event staffing, food preparation, food service, event setup and breakdown. Our staff at Rembrandt will work with your selected caterer to ensure your evening goes as planned. Most catering companies also provide bartending services. You are permitted to bring in any outside alcohol as long as it is served by a licensed and approved bartender! Any bar service companies selected to work your event must have all employees handling alcohol TIPS certified and also obtain liability insurance with Rembrandt listed as additionally insured.
CAPACITY & FURNITURE
Our venue can accommodate seated events up to 125 people! Our venue fee includes: 15 round tables (5 ft) , 4 banquet tables (6 ft) , 4 banquet tables (8 ft), 4 cocktail tables and 125 wooden folding chairs.
Rembrandt has an elevator that services all three floors of the building.
If you’d like any other rentals, such as other furniture, tableware and glassware our exclusive vendor is Event Rents. The caterer and or client may also provide their own linens, plateware, glassware, etc. Any and all other specialty deliveries must be delivered and picked up within the rental period.
LOAD IN & LOAD OUT TIMES
You are welcome to begin loading into the space at 8AM on the day of your event. Guests should be scheduled to leave at midnight & all event staff should be scheduled to leave by 1AM.
If you do not want the stress of leaving with any gifts, decorations or keepsakes after your event we offer a secure, on-site holding space. All belongings must be picked up by noon the following business day.
Rembrandt does not have any onsite parking. The City of Boulder owns & operates a paid, covered parking garage 1 block away.
All Thursday, Friday & Saturday bookings include a complimentary reservation of the entire Mezzanine at Rosetta Hall’s nightclub.
Rembrandt allows you to bring cats, dogs & miniature horses to join you on your special day! We just ask that your pet is always leashed and supervised.
SPECIAL EVENT LIQUOR PERMIT
FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
According to the City of Boulder liquor policies, any event that has an exchange of money and service of alcohol means the client must obtain a Special Event Liquor License. This includes but is not limited to tickets to attend the event, drink tickets, cash bar, as well as any events that are open to the public and alcoholic drinks are being served. The Special Event Liquor License is the sole responsibility of the client and must be obtained no less then thirty (30) days prior to the event date, as per liquor code regulations. City staff requests that you call or email to schedule your intake appointment no less than forty (40) days prior to your event. You can contact the City of Boulder Licensing Division at (303) 441-4192 or email@example.com. The client must bring in their poster of proof of license into Rembrandt office as soon as it is approved and obtained, and our staff will post according to guidelines. Failure to comply with these regulations will result in an alcohol-free event.