Samuel’s Grande Manor completes $250,000 renovation

Samuel’s Grande Manor can accommodate as few as 30 guests or as many as 1,000.

If you haven’t visited Samuel’s Grande Manor in Clarence within the last the four months, you may not recognize it when you step inside. The popular wedding and event venue has undergone its first major renovation in 40 years. A quarter of a million dollar investment went into modernizing the space from floor to ceiling. 

Renovations included:
• Adding a neutral gray color palette to the walls
• Installing contemporary carpeting throughout
• Updating chandeliers and fixtures
• Hanging understated wallpaper and sleek curtains
• Providing more seating, linen, lighting and menu options
• Putting in a new dance floors

“We’re thrilled with how the renovations turned out. Anyone who has been to our venue will instantly see the transformative work that has been done,” said Mark Fromholt, manager at Samuel’s Grande Manor. “We’re always updating the outside gardens with fountains and landscaping, and now with the internal renovations complete, our space can adapt to fit anyone’s event needs and wants.” 

Samuel’s Grande Manor can accommodate as few as 30 guests or as many as 1,000, and each of the four rooms features its own dance floor, private bar and outdoor patio.

Founded in 1978 by the Pezzino family, this stately venue has been lovingly maintained and continually updated to reflect the current styles and changing tastes of the modern bride. A reputation for consistency and outstanding quality of both food and service has made Samuel’s Grande Manor the venue of choice for Western New York brides for more than 40 years. Visit for more info. 

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