From well-manicured grounds to our exclusive upscale banquet facilities and ample parking, The Plantation Party House provides an unequaled setting for extraordinary weddings, outstanding special events, and unforgettable gatherings with family, friends, business associates, and/or colleagues.


Plantation Party House History

In 1967 Jean & Stanley Zamiara purchased "The Plante-ation" from owner Frank Plante. They changed the name to Plantation Pines Party House and a family tradition was begun.

Today Sue & John Zamiara and The Plantation Party House staff continue their trademark hospitality with personal attention to every detail, excellent service, and legendary food. Continually updating and expanding menus and services, our goal is to provide you with the type of personal experience that will make your event unique and truly memorable.

The Plantation stands out as a premier facility in the Rochester area.

Focused Service & Excellence

We host only one party at a time to ensure you our undivided attention. Our maitre d' will direct your entire function from the time you arrive until the last guest has departed. You can rely on our formally attired staff to provide the excellence we are so well known for. You will be free to enjoy your day.

Facilities & Grounds

Twenty-five (25) beautifully landscaped acres include formal gardens, elegant gazebo and pond provide a unique setting for your ceremony and pictures during the warmer months.

Our huge tiered deck is a wonderful spot for a receiving line and is lighted after dark. There is close, ample parking and we are completely handicapped accessible.

Our sunlit room accommodates up to 325 guests and features three walls of windows, a large dance floor and round guest tables. Wedding parties may be seated at our popular Tuscan style Plantation table, a more traditional Head Table, or you may choose an intimate Sweetheart Table for two. The forty-five foot artisan crafted oak bar is conveniently located in the same room to keep the party flowing without interruption.