The Pomme Story

Originally a clubhouse adjacent to the Radnor Racquet Club, POMME thrived for many years as a popular French restaurant. Owners Jon and Lori Weinrott had dined there many times, and loved the ambience of the place, thinking what a wonderful event space it might be. And sure enough, their wish came true when the owner, Lloyd Goodman (who had built the club with his dad) partnered with them to renovate the interior transform it into POMME.

Balongue Design led the interior design team, following through on the concept of bringing the outdoors in with a natural color palette highlighting the beautiful grounds. The interior has an open floor plan giving clients the freedom to create their own layouts, much in the same way Peachtree has always done when planning its events in tents and homes, cruise ships and warehouses over the years. And so it began. Clients and countless celebrations and a space perfectly designed for special occasions, as it was meant to be. 

From our Pomme clients:

“The team at Pomme was an absolute pleasure to work with – its a small, bohemian looking venue that uses a lot of natural textures in its design, and is focused on great food. My husband and I are total foodies, and Pomme was happy to work very closely with us to plan the perfect cocktail hour and dinner menu, discussing courses that were not normally an option…”

“…We met the chef during a tasting, who we brainstormed with until we got the perfect menu. The reception team was great – very responsive and worked closely with our other vendors to make sure nothing fell through the cracks. On the night of, they thought of everything – making my night easy! Overall, I’d strongly recommend hosting a reception (or even a ceremony, although we had ours in a church) at Pomme!”

 

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