Private Dining Throughout New Orleans

Royal House is family owned by Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts, who own a number of locations centrally located in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Creole Cuisine is able to host private events, receptions and a unique, personal dining experience for larger parties at many of our restaurants. In addition to the beautiful and spacious Rue Royal Room, located above Royal House, we offer many other private dining locations throughout the city. So, be our guests, and browse our Private Dining rooms. For more information, and to book a room, please click the room’s corresponding link.

Bourbon Vieux

Bourbon Vieux - Private Dining

503 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
50-500 guests

The Bourbon Vieux, located in the heart of Bourbon Street, is the premier venue for New Orleans special events and is an elegant venue for weddings, private parties, and corporate events. Bourbon Vieux boasts the largest covered balcony on Bourbon Street, so you and your guests can enjoy the spirit of the French Quarter while taking in the historic, unique architecture. We can easily accommodate for 50-500 guests in our 3,555 square foot event venue, or we can also combine the upstairs space with our restaurant downstairs to accommodate up to 750. Bourbon Vieux can offer a menu and beverage service to suit whatever desires those in your party may have!

Bourbon Vieux has have strategically maintained, and even enhanced, the historic charm of New Orleans’ French Quarter, but has also been enhanced with modern audio/visual and lighting conveniences. A few of the special touches that make this space so unique include sconces and chandeliers that grace the room, along with exposed brick walls, hand painted gold leaf details, and a damask foyer.

Bourbon Vieux is our largest event venue for private parties, wedding receptions, and corporate events in the French Quarter, but we also offer several other rooms with balconies throughout the French Quarter for private parties and events. Continue down this page to see all our venues.

The Grand Absinthe Room

The Grand Absinthe Room - Private Dining

at Le Bayou
208 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
50-100 guests

The Grand Absinthe Room offers a casual dining experience with delicious food and drinks, along with a private balcony to enjoy the party on Bourbon Street. The Grand Absinthe room is one of the more popular party venues because of its beautiful hardwood floors, large stunning windows, private covered balcony, and marble-topped bars.

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The Cypress Room

The Cypress Room - Private Dining

at Pier 424
424 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70112
50-100 guests

Cypress Room offers a unique locale for private dining and private parties in New Orleans. You’ll enjoy the French Quarter atmosphere with a covered balcony overlooking Bourbon Street, gas lanterns, and exposed brick walls.

The Cypress Room is your venue if you’re looking to create memories that will last a lifetime. You have the option to rent the upstairs room that seats 50-100 guests, or up to 350 when the space is combined with our seafood restaurant downstairs.

For more information about the Cypress Room, click here.

The Tennessee Williams Room

The Tennessee Williams Room - Private Dining

at Chartres House
601 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
40-75 guests

Perfect for your next private dining event, the Tennessee Williams Room at Chartres House Restaurant is a French Quarter favorite. This venue is an ideal choice for an intimate gathering, and boasts a prime French Quarter location near the St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square.

The Tennessee Williams Room, along with the Reynes-Roche Room, is located at Chartres House, the perfect place for your next special event, cocktail party, rehearsal dinner, banquet, or corporate event. All your guests will be impressed by this comfortable yet refined setting.

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The Reynes-Roche Room

The Reynes-Roche Room - Private Dining

at Chartres House
601 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
40-75 guests

This New Orleans venue is named for the families of Joseph Reynes and Arnaud Roche, whose families lived on this site throughout the 1700s. You’ll feel right at home in this historic venue with its warm and inviting ambiance.

The location can’t be beat—only one block from the famously historic Jackson Square the Reynes-Roche room at Chartres House is perfect for your next banquet, private party, corporate event, cocktail party, or rehearsal dinner.

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The Satchmo Room

The Satchmo Room - Private Dining

above Big Easy Bar
617 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
30-65 guests

Come to the Satchmo Room, the perfect location to host a private party with some of your closest friends. Located above Big Easy Bar on Decatur, it makes the perfect party spot for events whether you’re hosting a private party, banquet, Halloween bash, or just need a central hub in the French Quarter. You and your guests will be above it all as you enjoy the balcony views of the city.

The room is located right across from Jax Brewery, the location of New Orleans’ ball drop, so you’ll enjoy excitement and tradition right from your private balcony. The balcony wraps around the building to give you a great view of New Orleans.

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The Masquerade Room

The Masquerade Room - Private Dining

above Big Easy Bar
617 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
30-40 guests

The Masquerade Room is your New Orleans casual party destination where you’ll get a private balcony room in New Orleans for just you and your friends overlooking Bourbon Street. With its ideal location in the Quarter, you and your friends will be able to enjoy all the action of Bourbon Street. Perfect for whatever kind of party you’re throwing— birthday, bachelor / bachelorette, Halloween, or Mardi Gras. Your guests will love the beautiful, intimate space in the center of all the fun of the French Quarter.

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Back in New Orleans and our first stop was the royal house for oysters. Shared a dozen on the half shell and a dozen grilled. Perfection! One of our favorite spots in the French quarter!

-D and J, 12/19/2015, Trip Advisor

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