(Closed) Anyone know of any BYO type venues in So Cal?

posted 8 years ago in Orange County, California
Post # 3
306 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

You can check out McCormick ranch in Camarillo, im looking into them for my wedding =)

Post # 4
576 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Grace E. Simons Lodge allows BYO catering only; we had our reception there, includes tables and chairs.

South Coast Botanic Gardens allows BYO catering and alcohol, but you also have to bring in everything else.

Post # 6
3 posts
  • Wedding: August 2011

I’m getting married in August. We are on a tight budget and found the perfect BYO everything venue. It’s located in H.B, about 2 miles from the beach. Its through the city and they charge by the hour. Below is a picture I found when I was doing my research prior to booking.  Good Luck!!



Post # 7
1 posts
  • Wedding: August 2011

@Michelle1108: Hi there! Did you end up finding many options? I am also looking for a venue that allows BYO booze and catering in So Cal in September and would love to know what you came across! I would be happy to share some of my findings with you as well. m

I look forward to hearing from you!



Post # 8
63 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

@Jopez – that’s the Newland Barn right?  If so, here’s a video off their site:


Another option in Camarillo is The Camarillo Ranch:


I was looking for the same thing but ended up passing on the beach setting.  We ended up booking with Spring Field Banquet Center in Fullerton.  It’s very formal – it used to be a Masonic temple.  BUT, if you get married on any other day but Saturday, like us, you can bring all your own alcohol with no corkage fees.  You can use their catering or bring in your own.  (AND you could have the ENTIRE building to yourself!)  I’ve found though that it’s MUCH cheaper if you use theirs.  The package we got is about $35pp.

Good luck!!

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