Venues

The perfect story requires the perfect place. Lajawab Catering is proud to be an approved caterer at many of the best locations around town. What’s an “approved caterer” you ask? Places like museums, temples, and other special events venues generally build a short list of catering companies who are allowed to conduct business on their premises. They pick caterers, like us, based on their confidence in our product and professionalism. We treasure the venue relationships that we have built and are happy to be able to offer these sites to our clients.

EXCLUSIVE VENUES

Farm Houses

Finally restored in 2007 to its Beaux Arts grandeur, the Ballroom played host to many of Cleveland’s most elegant social events. The space is perfect for seated events up to 200 or gala mixers for up to 400.

Banquets

Our newest venue is unique, chic and modern. Located in Cleveland’s most historic manufacturing district, the space is a handsomely rehabbed 19th century era warehouse. With large scale contemporary artwork, and high-style lighting set against the original brick and timber construction, the space is perfect for weddings, receptions, banquets, parties and business meetings. 3901 Lakeside seats 80-100 guests and accommodates up to 150 for a reception.

Garden

The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland is a leading force in the cultural life of Northeast Ohio, presenting the art and ideas of our time through dynamic exhibitions and vibrant programming. The new MOCA Cleveland, the first building designed in the United States by Farshid Moussavi Architecture (FMA), will serve as a catalyst for creativity and growth in University Circle and the gateway to the new Uptown District.

Temples

The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland is a leading force in the cultural life of Northeast Ohio, presenting the art and ideas of our time through dynamic exhibitions and vibrant programming. The new MOCA Cleveland, the first building designed in the United States by Farshid Moussavi Architecture (FMA), will serve as a catalyst for creativity and growth in University Circle and the gateway to the new Uptown District.