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A Taste of the Old Country in the Heart of Georgetown, Seattle

The Corson Building's outdoor dinner courtyard

The Corson Building opened its doors as a restaurant in 2008 and the first time we photographed a wedding there, we fell straight in love with its romantic, old world charm. 

Nestled in Seattle’s heart, The Corson Building, a historic gem, offers an enchanting setting for your special day. Its rich history, dating to the late 19th century as a family residence, blends Victorian and Italianate influences, exuding timeless charm for weddings.

With room for approximately 50 guests, The Corson Building cultivates an exclusive, intimate atmosphere, ideal for sharing your joy with cherished loved ones. What truly distinguishes it is the fusion of vintage ambiance and farm-to-table cuisine. The on-site garden and rustic interiors create a picturesque backdrop for your ceremony and reception, featuring locally sourced, seasonally inspired dishes that showcase the Pacific Northwest’s culinary prowess.

The Corson Building’s culinary team, led by Chef Matthew Dillon, crafts an exceptional, personalized dining experience. Collaborating closely with couples, they design a bespoke menu that reflects your preferences, dietary needs, and cultural influences, ensuring each dish narrates your unique love story.

Beyond the cuisine, attentive and friendly staff provide impeccable service, ensuring seamless and enjoyable moments for you and your guests. With unwavering dedication to culinary excellence and hospitality, The Corson Building sets the stage for an unforgettable, delectable wedding celebration.

Need to see some full weddings at The Corson Building? Let us know! In the meantime, here are more wedding venues within Seattle city limits!