Glen Ellyn Banquet Hall

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Glen Ellyn Banquet Hall

Banquet Hall, Wedding Receptions, Communions, Christ, Bridal Shower

Kings Hall Banquets

Kings Hall Banquets is a premier Chicago area full-service banquet and catering business providing unforgettable events and party celebrations.  We pride ourselves in providing the absolute best venue for creating memorable memories regardless if it is a small or large. 

Whether you are looking for a distinctive banquet hall for a wedding, bridal shower, baby shower, sweet 16 party, anniversary party, graduation party or a corporate event, you will find Kings Hall not only creates memorable experiences but also affordable prices! 

Your event or special day needs to be a day without worry and one that will not be forgotten!  Our banquet hall staff and catering staff will not only deliver what you want, but will more than likely deliver more than you would expect!  Once you have your event or party with Kings Hall Banquets, you will be glad you did!  With beautiful and unique banquet halls, with top-quality cuisine at an affordable price, you will end up being completely satisfied!  Your complete satisfaction is of utmost importance to us.   

Glen Ellyn, IL

The first landowner in Glen Ellyn was Deacon Winslow Churchill. He and his family moved to Glen Ellyn from New York in 1834. Other newcomers to the area built town necessities such as a tavern and school.

Moses Stacy, a soldier in the War of 1812, arrived here in 1835. His inn, Stacy’s Tavern, built in 1846 and his second home, was a halfway stop between Chicago and the Fox River Valley and a probable stop for Galena, Illinois stagecoaches on their way to Rockford, Illinois. Stacy’s Tavern, now a historical monument, stands at what is now the intersection of Geneva Road and Main Street.

In 1849, construction of the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad through Glen Ellyn was finished. The area around the railroad became the center of the town. At first, trains running through the town on the railway did not stop there. A local man named Lewey Q. Newton made an offer to the railroad company: Newton would build a depot and water tank out of his own pocket if the railroad would require trains to stop there. The depot that Newton built became known as Newtown Station.