dj Maestro did the best job. Joseph and Tony were easy to work with and so nice and friendly. Joseph kept things moving smoothly at the wedding and kept people on the dance floor all night. He even put out a fire (literally) when one broke out outside; he's a hero! If you're looking for a professional, easy to work with DJ who listens to your vision and needs for your wedding day, I would absolutely go with dj Maestro.
The Cable Center was perfect. I had a large-ish wedding (about 300 people), and the venue accommodated everyone very comfortably. It is open and modern, and I was told it was the coolest wedding venue people had seen, especially with the tower of monitors that played the slideshow throughout the evening. We had our ceremony outside during a wind storm, but it went perfectly, and we were able to work the carillon bells at the Ritchie Center into the actual ceremony. The people there were so nice and so easy to work with. We could bring in our own alcohol, caterers, and other vendors which literally saved us thousands of dollars. The venue is right at a light rail stop, and our out of town guests were able to easily travel from a hotel downtown to the venue. I highly recommend The Cable Center for weddings and other events.
I know this is probably considered more of a "trendy" bar, but to me it is a neighborhood bar. The service is impeccable from the hosts to the servers to the bar staff to the ownership. The cocktails are amazing, the food is delicious... They truly take the time to get to know your name and find out who you are to customize the service to your needs and wants, even if you're not quite sure what you want. Although you don't have to have reservations, I would recommend making them or showing up early to get a seat at the bar - best seat in the house. And eat some popcorn. You won't regret it.
Vote: Neighborhood Bar