The 1923 Bank of East Aurora is a gorgeous heritage building set in WNY's most charming village. As an event venue and boutique hotel, we're committed to providing a luxury experience for your celebratory events and getaways. Take a look: we're sure you've never seen anything quite like us before! wedding venue buffalo NY

Wedding Table, Art Deco lighting, 1930 heritage building, wedding cake, The Bank's main event space

The Space

Once a symbol of all that was straight-laced and proper, The Bank's imaginative restoration turns boring on its head! Original features have been preserved - soaring ceilings and gleaming hardwood floors give an intimate yet grand welcome. A 1920s-inspired bar invites guests to celebrate in Gatsby-esque fashion.

Details Matter

At The Bank, we want you and your guests to be more than impressed - we want you to be captivated! That's why we've filled our old bank with playful design details that celebrate its past: real penny tile on vault floors; bullet-riddled doors; a chance to 'crack' a safe, and more. With such a unique space, you'll have an amazing collection of photos and memories to reminisce over in years to come!

York Safe & Lock Co. at The Bank
wedding reception table setup at The Bank
bride & groom in front of Art Deco bar
Bullet riddled door at The Bank

The Courtyard

This delightful private garden with its intimate walled courtyard is perfect for ceremonies, dining, cocktails or outdoor games. Hidden behind wrought iron gates, it lends a beguiling old-world romance to any occasion. 


The Bank

Beneath the Bank is our one-of-a-kind lodging. The overall vibe of this little hideaway is what we like to call Prohibition Chic. Each room is individually designed, and themed after notorious bank robbers of the era (think John Dillinger, Bonnie & Clyde). wedding venue Buffalo

shuffleboard table in the Hideout at The Bank
The Hideout gathering space at The Bank of East Aurora, coffee tables made out of safe doors
the vault Beneath The Bank, original boardroom table, real penny tile floor
picture of John Dillinger