Situated in Milwaukee’s trend Third Ward, this loft-style venue hosts elegant weddings and corporate events with a stylistic flair only enhanced by Zilli’s tasteful touch. Their hall acts as a sophisticated mingling or dining space decorated in a simple chic style. With raw brick walls, hardwood floors, a high ceiling and plenty of windows letting in natural light, Zilli and Cuvée provide an upscale, successful event.
Cuvée’s name comes from the French word for wine that means “blend,” and is a tribute to their focus on serving excellent champagne and sparkling wines. The name reflects its lively and upscale space. Sharing the bubbliness and class associated with champagne, this venue is an excellent setting for unique events and weddings with an element of glamour, carried out with finesse according to your preferences and with Zilli’s professional guidance.Take a look inside
Cuvée is designed for upscale corporate events. It can host:
- Holiday parties
The simple, refined décor compliments any corporate event, and the event space can accommodate seating 200 guests or 250 in a mix-and-mingle set up.
- Free On-Site Parking
- Meeting Space
- Outdoor Space
- Tables & Chairs On-Site
- Wheelchair Accessible
- WiFi Available
We wanted an industrial look and we got just that! This location has history and personality that was a perfect fit for our vision! Working with Gina was great!! She helped guide us on certain decisions but also when I wanted to go in a different direction, supported and ensure my vision was brought to life.
Absolutely amazing venue! Everything went so perfectly, I couldn’t image having gone anywhere else. The space is exquisitely beautiful, like to the point that we didn’t need to bring really anything in the way of decor.
Cuvee’s unique beauty speaks for itself. We walked in during our initial visit and were blown away by the bamboo wood floors, cream city brick and stunning views of Broadway We knew immediately this was the perfect place for our wedding, it represents everything we all love about Milwaukee’s Third Ward