Boxwood Hospitality exists to create exceptional experiences in boutique environments.


From a brewery located in a century-old stables building, to a church built by hand in the early twentieth century, to a beautiful Hill Country-style venue surrounded by six acres of green space, Boxwood Hospitality manages spaces that inspire a lifetime of memories.




The Laurel

Located in Grapevine, Texas, The Laurel is a HIll Country-inspired retreat for weddings, corporate, and private events.

Four Corners Brewing

 Featuring spectacular views of Downtown Dallas and some of the best beers in Texas.

The Cliff House

 Steps from the Bishop Arts District, this church built in 1936 has been restored into one of Texas' most unique event spaces .

Away from it all in the Heart of Dallas-Fort Worth.


Designed by noted Texas architect Richard Drummond Davis and developed by Boxwood Hospitality, The Laurel transports guests to the heart of the Hill Country without ever leaving the Metroplex. Located minutes from DFW Airport and a 20 minute drive from downtown Dallas or Fort Worth, The Laurel sits on over six acres of land, giving wedding, corporate and private guests an idyllic retreat in their own backyards.


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The Laurel is a hidden gem! The facility is stunning: crisp, clean, modern with an open feel and flexible enough to create an intimate space based on the size of your group” - Elizabeth

An intersection of local flavor and craft beer in an incredible space.


Started in 2009, Four Corners Brewing Company has been at the forefront of the Dallas craft beer scene with their bold, passionate creations. In 2017 the brewery moved into its new home in The Cedars district of Dallas. The Stables building was built in 1916, and the charm of the original brick, wood, and spirit of the building is evident in every wedding, corporate, and private event the space hosts. 



“This is no ordinary brewery . . .it is a beautifully renovated barn stable with exposed brick walls and elevated exposed wood ceilings that happen to have a window into experimentation tanks! What an incredible space!” - Sarah F.

Born in 1936. Restored in 2018.


In the early 1930s Davis Street Baptist Church was built by Reverend Hunton and his congregation in the growing North Oak Cliff area of Dallas. After hosting several different churches, the building slowly fell into disrepair. Over a period of eighteen months Boxwood Hospitality carefully restored the space, adding small modern touches in the lighting and soundsystem, and giving the Bishop Arts District a venue tying celebrations from the past to present.



Fabulous new (old!) space in the “little Brooklyn” of Dallas . . . Boxwood has done a beautiful job of restoring the old church and creating a wonderful and intimate space.” - Sheri S.