This 1920s Art Nouveau-style mansion was built along the Nansemond River by Amedeo Obici, an Italian immigrant and founder of Planters Peanuts. The house was home to him and his beloved wife Louise. The Obicis were well known in Suffolk for both their philanthropy and gracious hospitality.
This historic home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was recently renovated to much of its original grandeur and now has taken on a new life as a popular special events venue and restaurant.
Obici House Catering provides for all of your dining and beverage needs. The Obici House is ideal for hosting:
With a beautiful view of the Nansemond River, the Planter's Club is a
great medium-sized facility for groups of all sizes. The facility
includes a 2,500-square-foot banquet room with a raised stage and wet
bar, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a 450-square-foot open deck. The
facility has a maximum limit of 144 people.
Host your next event in one of Downtown Historic Suffolk’s most interesting structures. Originally utilized as a carriage maker’s shop and later morphed into a sleek jazz club, The Second Floor has found new life as a flexible meeting space for:
Most any occasion can be accommodated in this unique space.