Private Dining

Private Dining Throughout New Orleans

Kingfish restaurant and cocktail bar is family owned by Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts, who own a number of locations centrally located in the French Quarter. Creole Cuisine is able to host private events, receptions and a unique, personal dining experience for larger parties at many of our restaurants. For parties on a grand scale, Bourbon Vieux is the ultimate package for your event up to 500 attendees. We also have a number of rooms for smaller occasions. 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
50-500 guests
www.bourbonvieux.com

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. Included is the full private use of our covered balcony-- the largest on Bourbon. So take in the iconic sights and scenes of the French Quarter. We can accommodate you, whether you’d like an intimate gathering of 50, a huge bash for 500, or we can also combine the upstairs space with our restaurant downstairs to accommodate up to 750. With a fully customizable menu and beverage service, we can accommodate all your guests’ desires.

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. Some of the touches that make Bourbon Vieux the best Bourbon Street event space include elegant chandeliers, romantic sconces, a damask foyer, exposed brick walls, and hand-painted gold leaf details.

While Bourbon Vieux is our largest, we have a variety of smaller rooms with balconies located throughout the French Quarter. For a full list of our rooms, continue scrolling down this page.

The Grand Absinthe Room

The Grand Absinthe Room - Private Dining

at Le Bayou
208 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA
50-100 guests
www.lebayourestaurant.com

The Grand Absinthe Room is a moderately-sized private event venue offering a casual dining experience –a retreat for observing the excitement of Bourbon Street while enjoying your own private balcony. The Grand Absinthe room is one of the more popular party venues because of its gorgeous hardwood floors, covered gallery balcony, marble topped bars, and large windows.

More information about the Grand Absinthe Room

The Cypress Room

The Cypress Room - Private Dining

at Pier 424
424 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA
50-100 guests
www.pier424seafoodmarket.com

The Cypress Room offers a unique venue for private dining and private parties in New Orleans’ French Quarter. You’ll have a true French Quarter dining experience including exposed brick walls, gas lanterns, and covered balcony.

Whatever type of occasion you’re celebrating, the Cypress Room is a great place to make memories that will last forever. Our upstairs room can seat 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
40-75 guests
www.chartreshouserestaurant.com

Perfect for your next private dining event, the Tennessee Williams Room at Chartres House is a French Quarter favorite. This building has seen all the French Quarter has had to offer over the years, and has a prime location near the historic Jackson Square.

At Chartres House, there are two room options for your cocktail party, special event, corporate event, banquet, or private party. All your guests will be impressed by this comfortable yet refined setting.

More information about the Tennessee Williams Room

The Reynes-Roche Room

The Reynes-Roche Room - Private Dining

at Chartres House
601 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA
40-75 guests
www.chartreshouserestaurant.com

This French Quarter venue is named for the families of Joseph Reynes and Arnaud Roche, whose families lived on this site throughout the 1700s. The warm feeling of home and the romantic ambiance of the French Quarter make this room a perfect New Orleans venue.

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

More information about the Reynes-Roche Room

Satchmo Room

Satchmo Room - Private Dining

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

Come to the Satchmo Room in the heart of the French Quarter for your next intimate private gathering. Available for full rentals, the Satchmo room is a great for occasions such as New Years, Halloween, Mardi Gras, or any other event in New Orleans. Come spend your next special occasion with us, and we guarantee to make it special.

This private balcony room is located directly across the street from Jax Brewery where the New Year’s ball drop takes place, and is ideal for a special New Year’s Eve party. This gallery-style wrap-around balcony is great for throwing beads and having the best view for that special occasion.

More information about the Satchmo Room

The Masquerade Room

The Masquerade Room - Private Dining

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

For a New Orleans casual party destination, come to the Masquerade Room where you are guaranteed to have a great experience. With its ideal location in the Quarter, you and your friends will be able to toss beads down to the crowds on Bourbon Street, and enjoy some of the best people-watching in town. With its fully-stocked bar and other amenities, Masquerade Room has everything you’ll need for birthday parties, private sports events, Mardi Gras parties and much more! In the middle of all the French Quarter action is this hidden gem that you and your guests are sure to love.

More information about the Masquerade Room