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If you want to get married at Montage Beverly Hills, expect to pay at least an average of $265 per plate at the popular SoCal wedding venue. That’s the starting price for the wedding package, and it goes up from there, but if you choose an à la carte menu with the works — we’re talking eight butler-passed hors d’oeuvres, a four-course dinner, wine, a champagne toast and cake — it usually ranges from $295 to $325 a plate.
Betrothed couples will get access to the Five-Star hotel’s gorgeous ballrooms, breathtaking rooftop views of the Hollywood Hills and top-notch catering team, who can customize your wedding dinner to be anything your heart desires. The experienced caterers can help you navigate the lengthy selection of hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, which includes tons of delightful seafood bites that will remind your guests they’re in California — like bay scallops with charred blood orange and cilantro or local sea bass ceviche with avocado and relish. If you’d rather have your guests pick their own meal, set up a giant buffet with tables of caviar, charcuterie, sushi, dim sum, carved meats and even Japanese-style grilled dishes. You could extend the buffet to desserts, too, and have cupcake, ice cream, cream puff and crêpe stations.
If you prefer to have a traditional sit-down dinner, the Beverly Hills hotel can help you plan out four courses, with an appetizer, a salad, an entrée and a dessert. Embrace the California vibe and start with a lobster risotto, move to a local melon salad with smoked jalapeño and butter-orange vinaigrette, then indulge in an herb-crusted Pacific halibut with grilled veggies and gnocchi. For the sweets, go tropical with a vanilla-roasted pineapple with coconut sorbet — an appropriate capper for a warm-weather destination wedding.