The Chase Tower in downtown Lexington has always boasted beautiful 360 degree views of Fayette County, especially on the top level. I often went to the legendary Lafayette Club, a private lunch and dinner club, with my parents as a child and then to Baker’s 360, a restaurant and nightclub, as a twentysomething. I hadn’t been in the space for several years and was so excited to see how it has beautifully transformed into The Mane on Main.
“The space looks completely different than it did on day one,” said Heather Martin, the venue coordinator of The Mane on Main which is run by Dupree Catering + Events.
“The goal was to develop a space that is open and inviting so we can work with clients to make their visions come to life.”
“Walls were torn down to maximize the space. And we warmed things up with a beautiful bar, a fresh, neutral palette and a feel that is both urban and yet still distinctly Lexington. The leather-stained concrete floors perfectly compliment the stone accent walls.”
Located on the 15th floor, the panoramic skyline view of the city is unlike any other venue in Lexington. “Our goal is to finally combine our catering and its amazing 30+ year reputation with a beautiful downtown venue,” Dupree owner Tom Evans said. “Whether it’s wedding receptions, birthday and anniversary celebrations, corporate luncheons and dinners, cocktail parties, non-profit galas or business meetings, we want The Mane on Main to be a top choice for people who want an exceptional and memorable experience.”
Source: Tops in Lex Contributor