Morrone Interiors and Chapel & Cellar Hannibal Square are proud to announce the completion of the Hudson’s Cellar Hannibal Square project.
Hudson’s Cellar is part of what was originally named Grant’s Chapel, built in 1935 and operated as an African Methodist Episcopal church until 2001. The cellar was added to the building in 2013 and Morrone Interiors was brought in for the project in 2017, taking on the task of bringing life and personality to the basement that matched the history of the chapel.
Following the front staircase down will lead you to one of two hand-forged iron doors imported from Mexico. Upon entering the space, you will notice black stained concrete floors, oak tongue and groove ceilings and Edison light fixtures throughout that add a warm glow to the space. In the center of the room, two antique Chicago brick pillars anchor a live edge table, which creates a great communal seating area for large groups. Lining the walls of the room are tufted leather banquette benches and six live edge tables that make for a more intimate seating option. The real heart of the space is the custom live edge wood and black leather granite bar that is located in between the front doors.
The Chapel & Cellar Hannibal Square is a unique venue for events such as intimate wedding ceremonies and receptions, bridal showers, cocktail parties, corporate events, and more. Book your event today in this one of a kind space.