All of your wedding day dreams will be realized as you walk into the Garden Room and see the high ceilings adorned with twinkle lights, floor to ceiling cathedral windows beaming with sunlight, a glowing field stone gas fireplace and the beautiful park setting in the backdrop. The Garden Room, which welcomes up to 165 guests, is beautiful any time of day all year round. Meticulously decorated with seasonal flowers and plants, attention is given to every detail. Step outside the side entrance of the Garden Room onto our private terrace overlooking the pond and the park! The terrace provides a beautiful space to hold your ceremony, cocktail hour, lounge area or take photos.
Even more so than the beauty of the Garden Room and the tranquil park setting, the food at the Pond House will steal the show. Our food is unique, made from fresh, local ingredients and absolutely delectable.
The presentation, from our stunning hors d’oeuvre trays to our beautifully decorated buffet table and our spectacular plated meals, will create quite a buzz amongst your guests!
A Pond House Wedding Coordinator will guide you through planning your entire reception and will be there to answer all your questions along the way. They will see to every detail the day of the event from arranging the placecards and lighting candles to placing favors at each place setting.
When you reserve the Pond House for your special day you become part of the Pond House family and we will look forward to your amazing celebration!
1555 Asylum Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
Tuesday- Thursday, 4:00PM – 7PM
Friday & Saturday, 4:00PM – 7:30PM
Saturday & Sunday 9:30AM – 2:30PM
The Snack Shack take out is open May – September.
The Pond House has always maintained a high-quality standard when it comes to health and safety measures in our restaurant. With the current threat of Coronavirus we are taking additional precautionary measures to help deter the spread of the virus to our valued guests and employees. The health and safety of our guests and employees is our top concern. We will continue to review the most current information available from the CDC as well as follow state and local recommendations and base decisions and adjustments to our procedures accordingly.