Simcha is a Hebrew word with several meanings. Literally, the word “simcha” means gladness or joy.
Jews often use Simcha in its capacity as a Hebrew and Yiddish noun meaning festive occasion. The reason for it is that any celebration is a happy occasion. The term is used for any happy occasion, such as a wedding, Bar Mitzvah, Brit Milah or engagement.
For over ten years, Talia’s has been offering its unique space for rent for any type of Simcha with small receptions, cocktails parties. Talia’s facilities are perfect for intimate wedding, Bat Mitzvah, Bar Mitzvah, Brit, pre-event and post-event gatherings, other life cycle events and more.
Talia’s space can accommodates 120 guests for cocktails and 75 guests for sit-down dinner. In the event that you need a large space, Talia’s will offer you a full service off premises catering at several other locations which can accommodates more than 1,000 guests.
In addition, Talia’s space may be available for rent for any type of business or academic events ranging from board meetings, lectures, panel discussions, conferences, symposia, lectures, presentations or as a classroom.
Equipment such as slide, video, DVD, and LCD projection systems may be available for rent for these types of business or academic events.
To discuss hosting an event, please contact Ms. Katie Lockwood, Event Coordinator, at 212-580-3770 or firstname.lastname@example.org.