Venues

Whether you are planning a corporate or social event, your guests will be thrilled with our amazing venues!
Three Pillars Catering offers venues at UB's Center for Tomorrow, The Jacobs Executive Development Center, Center for the Arts or anywhere else on or off-campus. Some off-campus venues that we have catered include the Buffalo Museum of Science and Delaware Park.

The Butler Mansion (Jacobs Executive Development Center)

The Jacobs Executive Development Center, also known as The Butler Mansion, is the perfect venue for a wedding, social celebration, or corporate event! With the manicured gardens and beautiful courtyard, The Butler Mansion provides a graceful and aesthetic scene for your special event. The Renaissance-like architecture and European decor will make your guests feel delighted and special. Contact our staff for more information or to schedule a showing!

Center for Tomorrow

Featuring over 4,500 square feet of space, The Center for Tomorrow can comfortably accommodate between 10 to 300 guests. As the University's sole facility dedicated to conference and banquet support, this year-round, multi-purpose building can easily be divided to tailor meeting spaces and provide a comfortable and private boardroom. We can model our space to fit the unique design of your event. Ranging from banquet-style, theater-style, U-shaped conference room, or open courtyard, the options are limitless! We even provide a selection of audiovisual equipment to meet all your technology needs and provide excellent staff to assist you. In addition, we will provide free parking for your guests. Contact our staff for more information or to schedule a showing!

Other Venues

Three Pillars Catering is the exclusive and preferred caterer for many sites in the Buffalo area. If it isn't on the list, let us know – we love to explore new venues!

  • Jacobs Executive Development Center
  • UB Center for the Arts
  • The Chapel at Crosspoint
  • Center of Excellence
  • Center for Tomorrow
  • Buffalo Museum of Science
  • The Newman Center