Hall Management Group (HMG) announced the purchase of No. 5 Faber, a private events facility from 5 Faber LLC.
The property, located directly behind HMG’s Slightly North of Broad (S.N.O.B.) restaurant at 192 East Bay Street, can accommodate groups for weddings, corporate or private events. No. 5 Faber has over 7,000 sq. ft. with a 1564 sq. ft. commercial kitchen, full bar with granite countertops, lobby with baby grand piano, and a mezzanine lounge area.
“We receive requests every day for weddings, rehearsal dinners and evening business outings that are difficult to provide for our customers with our current restaurants,” said Bill Hall, Sr., President and CEO of HMG. “This property will provide us with much needed event space.”
According to Hall, “only minor cosmetic changes are planned for S.N.O.B. with the relocation of the restrooms.” Hall added that the new property would enhance S.N.O.B.’s kitchen efficiency and storage with the addition of the walk-in cooler and freezer.
HMG also announced that Jennifer Kleckley will manage the new space and future event reservations.
In addition to S.N.O.B., Hall Management Group owns Halls Chophouse and High Cotton in downtown Charleston, Old Village Post House Inn in Mt. Pleasant, Rita’s Seaside Grille on Folly Beach, and Halls Chophouse in Greenville, South Carolina.
Editor’s Note – this was a press release with minimal edits