Weddings at Two Brothers Roundhouse
A 162 year-old historical landmark, the Two Brothers Roundhouse is unlike any other wedding venue in the Chicagoland area. Originally built as an industrial train facility, our venue has been transformed into a brewpub restaurant with on-site brewery and distillery, music venue, and banquet space brimming with rustic-chic character and elegant charm that will leave a lasting impression on you and your guests. The Two Brothers Roundhouse is the perfect option for those looking for a unique, one-of-a-kind wedding experience.
Our wedding venue offers spaces that can accommodate everything from an intimate private setting for 50 to our distinctive Ballroom with an illuminated outdoor terrace for up to 320 guests. With large banquet rooms, a beautiful outdoor courtyard and gazebo, a two-story tavern bar, and multiple private rooms, the historic Two Brothers Roundhouse is one of the most popular venues in the western suburbs.
The Two Brothers Roundhouse also features Two Brothers Café and Beer Bar, as well as one of the largest and most unique beer garden’s you’ll ever see – it’s a real head turner. We have planners on site to help make sure your event is everything you imagined. Passion for beer, love of food, and appreciation for great architecture flourish the walls of this historic 70,000 square foot facility. Our hand-crafted beer along with a wide range of house-made, locally-sourced menu options creates an experience not to be forgotten.
What Couples are Saying:
“If you’re considering Two Brother’s Roundhouse for your wedding, stop what you’re doing and book them immediately! TBR was our dream venue. We had our first date at TBR, so it was only fitting that we married at TBR. Our decision was made easier for this fact. That being said, Two Brother’s really is an outstanding wedding venue. With their all-inclusive plans that include not only a place for the ceremony and reception but food and bar services, a cake, the MOST INCREDIBLE coordinator, and more – you cannot go wrong. They made every step of the process easy for us. We didn’t need to juggle 10 different vendors and make sure everyone was on the same page. Two Brother’s Roundhouse had everything coordinated and set up for us. I’m sure you’ve heard horror stories about venues – but you won’t have to worry about anything with TBR. Not only did they make the planning of the wedding easy and helped to make the wedding perfect – it’s such a beautiful location. Our pictures turned out stunning thanks to the architecture, and everything about the venue is gorgeous. AND THE FOOD. Oh my goodness! Everything melts in your mouth. They worked with us to make sure we could accommodate all of the different food allergies of our guests, and we still have people a month later talking about just how delicious our buffet was. It truly was the perfect venue. Nicole – thank you SO MUCH for everything you did for us. I am positive that our wedding would not have been so perfect if it hadn’t been for you coordinating everything behind the scenes. You are patient and kind and fun and absolutely wonderful, and we loved working with you. We will be forever grateful for everything you did for us! (GO FOO FIGHTERS!)” – Danielle K
“We chose this venue because no other venue could offer as many craft beers on tap, customized food options and accommodate 300 guests. Nicole was our event coordinator and she could not have been more helpful. Her response time to any questions was immediate. We chose a Mexican Buffet. Not exactly traditional but the food was amazing and our guests loved it. We had the main banquet hall and it had two separate bars so no guests ever had to wait for a drink. We used the gazebo for the ceremony and it was beautiful but we did use a company to decorate it (Gatherings by Design). Lots of of unique and interesting locations to take photos including a train station. When the reception began, many guests stayed inside to dance but others stepped out into a lovely private outdoor area. It was Saturday night so there was a live band out there. Really, things could not have been better!” – Mary Kate B