The Warehouse The Car Collection is housed in a warehouse located in Burbank CA's industrial/artists district, where bright natural daylight makes the space a favorite for photo/film shoots. The space is used to store and present our special collection of cars and to serve as a film/photo and event venue for Los Angeles parties of all sorts. Nearly 4,000 square feet On-site services available to our clients include: Buffet or table & chairs for sit-down dinners Cocktail parties for up to 80 guests Full bar available for private functions 3 ovens, 2 microwaves and a 4 burner cooktop Catering services by top Los Angeles chef David Sutton, David Catering LA, or a caterer of your choice. So, what have we done in the space thus far? dinner for 12 with our friends open house for folks in and out of the car community 65th birthday (catered sit down dinner for 35) wedding reception with 60 guests post wedding brunch the next morning 30th birthday party featuring a Beatles cover band and 80 guests. book signing event with Autobooks-Aerobooks of Burbank, the best car bookstore in the nation open house for members of the Checkered Flag Club of the Petersen Museum. several “car guy” gatherings parties for friends visiting from PA impromptu potluck dinners Rivera Amplification filming artist/product demos with the Silver Streak /Imperial. Following many of these successful events, our visitors have suggested that the warehouse would be appealing to a lot of folks outside our immediate community. Why not share our “event space”? It is a unique alternative to renting a room in a restaurant or a hotel. A quote from one of our guests: “While attending an evening event here, two things were immediately clear to me: first, the proprietors clearly love design —— not just the automotive designs exemplified by the remarkable collection of vintage automobiles housed there — but just plain good design. The place feels right; the minimal, attractive accouterments enhance the “warehouse” feel of the place while not lousing up the….well, the “warehouse” feel of the place. Michael and Donna have an impressive collective eye for placement of the automobiles, as well as for the furniture and accessories conducive to dining, sipping and noshing. The other observation I made was that these two people understand the need for practical efficiencies for event hosts, caterers and servers. Their prior experience serving friends and family plays well here: the placement of kitchen appliances, serving paths, serving counters (on wheels), movable mini-tables. And, best of all, the utilitarian elements of the venue, which make it attractive to clients and their caterers, does not diminish in any way all that great space amidst interesting cars.