Where elegance, beauty, service is
our standard, and turning moments into
timeless memories is our mission.
Located on Staten Island’s North Shore, the Pavilion is one of the last remaining Greek revival mansions from that era. It was first constructed as a home in 1835 by developer Mark Davies. It later became a hotel and in 1910, the Knights of Columbus began using the building until 1965. Later that year, the building was converted to a catering hall which became known as The Pavilion on the Terrace. In 1994, the building received designation from the city Landmarks Preservation Commission. It remained a catering hall until 2005. In 2013, the building was purchased by new owners who reopened the Pavilion on the Terrace to once again be a banquet hall and wedding venue. The new Pavilion on the Terrace gives Patrons a sophisticated and elegant venue that can perfectly host any special event.
At our landmark property, we create an intimate environment you and
your guests will fall in love with.