Event Rental Services in Arcadia

$499 for a Three-Hour Photo-Booth Rental from FUNtastic Images ($999.99 Value)

FUNtastic Images

West Covina

Attendant delivers and sets up a photo booth, where guests can commemorate your next event with playful color or black-and-white photos

$999.99 $499

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$1,100 for Eight Hours of Event Videography with Full Editing and Five DVDs from Willafter ($2,200 Value)

Willafter

Whittier City

Special events are memorialized on film with up to eight hours of footage, which is then professionally edited and transferred onto DVD

$2,200 $1,100

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6- or 10-Hour Venue Rental at Gallery1548 DTLA (Up to 66% Off)

Gallery1548 DTLA

Downtown Los Angeles

Warehouse-style loft with wooden fixtures is available for events such as concerts, artistic productions, pop-up galleries, and weddings

$350 $125

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$25 for $45 Groupon — Godtti PartyBus Events

Godtti Party Bus

West Adams

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$45 $25

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$165 for $300 Worth of Moonwalk Rental — G & G Movie Screens

G & G Movie Screens

Bell

Backyard movie night! Outdoor screen package includes: 12-foot screen, HD projector, 2500-watt powered speaker.

$300 $165

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$138 for $250 Worth of Event-Space Rental — CoWorkk

Coworkk

Beverly Hills

Your own desk in a great, collaborative office with WiFi and a printer and copier, Nespresso machine, conference room, and more.

$250 $138

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$220 for $400 Groupon — Trickle Down Entertainment

Trickle Down Entertainment

Sherman Oaks

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$400 $220

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Creative DJ's Photo Booth Rentals enlivens parties and events with DJ services, light shows, and snapshots of party guests. DJs host dance parties that pair diverse music selections with fog machines, confetti cannons, and flashing lights that pulse along to the beat. Photo booths, meanwhile, snap images of up to 10 people at a time, available on the spot as 2"x6" photo strips or after the event in an online photo gallery.

PO Box 2450
Arcadia,
CA
US

FreeAir Photo Booth ups the ante at parties with its light and compact booths that set up in about five minutes and sport 20-inch touchscreen systems. To capture lively moments in crystal clarity for posterity, the booths are equipped with LED studio-quality lighting, Canon DSLR cameras, and dye-sub printers that develop 2”x6” photo strips in seven seconds.

7115 n muscatel ave
san gabriel,
CA
US

Nestled in the building that previously housed renowned restaurant Ponchito, which drew celebrities and even former president Ronald Reagan, Mission 261 is steeped in culinary tradition and a history of lavish entertainment. The restaurant continues that legacy, regaling diners with extravagant performances by the Dancing Fire Dance Company. The dancers dazzle eyes with Tahitian, hula, samba, and LED Glow performances dressed in Vegas-show-style garb, and conclude the evening with a glowing LED-light finale. During these grand displays, guests feast on a Hawaiian buffet of coconut shrimp, huli-huli chicken, and fire-roasted kalua pig.

Though the chefs experiment with Hawaiian cuisine, their specialty is a menu of finely crafted Cantonese delicacies. Dim sum and tea fill out the lunch menu, followed by entrees such as bird's nest soup and braised abalone with oyster sauce at dinnertime. Diners can also opt for traditional Chinese favorites including kung pao chicken, Peking-style pork chops, and sauteed scallops with chili peppers.

Their dining room is as expansive as their menu, with a series of banquet rooms and an outdoor patio?marked by dramatic architecture and photo-ready d?cor?that host up to 800 diners. This makes Mission 261 a go-to choice for those planning a wedding, family reunion, or impromptu chariot race.

261 S Mission Dr
San Gabriel,
CA
US

The Granada LA is a party school. Part dance studio, part nightclub, it's a place where students can learn the steps of West Coast swing and merengue one night and put them into practice while enjoying bottle service and eats from the on-site restaurant the next. If they do venture out onto the dance floor of the 1930's Spanish Revival-style nightclub, they'll be treated to live music that leans heavily toward salsa. The nightclub, like whatever village The Village People were from, attracts a variety of people: casual dancers looking for zesty nightlife, and also students of the attached dance studio.

17 South 1st Street
Alhambra,
CA
US

Served in the kingly confines of its facility near the shore of Lake Alhambra, Almansor Court's feasts treat revelers to a welcome royal regimen of freshly formed eats. Normally known for housing festive private receptions, Almansor Court throws open the doors of its well-appointed banquet hall for its all-encompassing Sunday champagne brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., serving public palates without the pretense of invitations or fancy tongue-size tuxedos.

700 S Almansor St
Alhambra,
CA
US

One couple commands the hardwood dance floor, strutting under colored lights and glass chandeliers as well-wishers cheer them on from iron-wrought balcony railings, or wander across the foyer’s marble floors on their way to the intricately carved dark-wood bar. The Sofia ballroom, one of the many venues at Noor, host the reception hall’s memory-making parties, which range from weddings to performances by Pasadena Symphony pianists. The hall’s attentive staffers also oversee gatherings beneath the Ella ballroom’s crystal chandeliers or on the terrace patio, where a circle of white curtains and climbing ivy surrounds a starburst-shaped mosaic-tile fountain that gurgles compliments to passing glasses of champagne.

A resident culinary crew feeds the hall’s hungry revelers with Mediterranean-Californian fusion dishes. Noor's chefs devise many of their tapas-style dishes in the reservation-only Ella restaurant, and frequently feature seasonal, locally grown ingredients. Eclectic seating varies throughout Noor's rooms, from lounge sofas and armchairs to high-backed formal dinner chairs, blending modern and vintage aesthetics more smoothly than photos of Benjamin Franklin wearing a Members Only jacket.

260 E Colorado Blvd
Pasadena,
CA
US