“From day one, it was our strong desire to provide people a banquet experience that would lift up and complement every wedding and special event celebrated here,” said Tom Diamond, owner and visionary behind the renowned banquet hall.
Mr. Diamond added, “It’s been very gratifying to develop relationships with great customers over the years. It’s satisfying to know we played a key role in helping so many people create great memories here.”
Fountain Blue has also hosted a wide array of interesting events which included President Ronald Reagan, Gary Fencik, Tom Skilling and the late Mayor Richard M. Daley. Every year, Fountain Blue is also proud to host the Ahepa Annual Sports Award Dinner that features top athletes from around the world.
Today, the Fountain Blue continues to expand on its stellar image as the area’s favorite banquet destination hosting weddings and other special events for up to 400 people. Various magazines, including Chicago Style Wedding and The Knot have often recognized the facility for its beautifully elegant rooms and outstanding cuisine.
It’s certainly no small feat that Fountain Blue is celebrating 40 years of unparalleled banquet excellence. Owner Connie Diamond says, “We are so proud of our staff and their undying commitment to our customers...whether it’s a friendly phone consultation, helping people tour our facility or meeting specific needs for a party, we are always thinking about exceeding people’s expectations. We are especially pleased to have received so many notes from brides expressing their appreciation for the service and attention they enjoyed on their special day.”
Connie added, “It really is a testament to the clear vision that pioneered our humble beginnings so many years ago.”
Fountain Blue can accommodate any special event from 50 to 400 people including weddings, showers, baptisms, luncheons, corporate events and other gatherings. The entire staff looks forward to serving you today with the kind of excellence that is synonymous with Fountain Blue.
“After over two decades in the banquet industry, we like to think we know a little bit about our business,” Tom smiled.