Portland private dining/rental infomation for: Event Space: Ned Ludd/Elder Hall
Information last updated: January 12, 2017
We’d love to host or cater your next special event. We’re happy to cook for you from our wood-fired oven at Ned Ludd or host you in our new gathering space, Elder Hall (adjoined to the restaurant). Shaker inspired, Elder Hall was designed with warmth in every detail. The Hall evokes the the same comfort and familiarity as Ned Ludd but with the flexibility to accommodate most special occasions. Buyouts of either space is available or we can accommodate parties of 12 or more in Elder Hall as a private dining hall for Ned Ludd. We love storytelling so we all work hard to create a full experience for you and your guests.
Bringing people together is what we love to do and our iconic Beckel Canvas tent is as special as they come. Whether you are planning an intimate gathering or a lively party with dozens of guests, we’ve got you covered in our cozy, customizable space. Our heated, water-proof tent seats up to 24 guests comfortably. We sweat the details from the tablescape to the floral arrangements. Mood-setting string lights and warm woolen blankets add to the festive atmosphere. It’s not just about throwing a party. We help you create a warm, inviting space that transports your guests. Our favorite part of any social occasion? The food and drink, of course! Communal seating makes it easy to share our lovingly created, Northwest-inspired foods and makes it easy to share stories. We offer full bar service and we can work with you to create a specialty cocktail to wow your guests. Whatever you have in mind, we can help design a truly memorable party.
- Address: 3925 NE MLK Jr. Blvd. Portland, OR. 97212
- Phone: (503)288-6900
- Website: nedluddpdx.com
- Cusine: New American
- Neighborhood: NE Portland
- Liquor license: Full license
- Type of business: Full Service restaurant
- Capacity: The 880-square foot restaurant space seats up to 42 (75 standing) with patio, or seats up 54 (standing 75) in Elder Hall.