Ralph Brennan Catering & Events can accommodate any size, theme or individual requirements in virtually any location. From an intimate social gathering at a private home to a contemporary corporate reception at a local museum or art gallery, RBCE knows the in's and out's of staffing, rental equipment and logistics. Our signature approach of 'Fit the Menu to the Venue' ensures that a catering specialist will do a site visit at each event site to make certain that the conveniences are emphasized and the challenges are minimized.
These are prominent New Orleans special event venues and their management teams with whom we have established close working relationships.
For more information on how we can cater your next event at one of the venues below, please contact our sales team at 504.539.5511 or email@example.com
Basin Street Station
This amazing event space was once the New Orleans Terminal Company/ Southern Railway Freight Office Building, and has been located at the corner of Basin and St. Louis streets since 1904. It is a wonderful 3 story building along with a 4th floor terrace that overlooks Canal Street, The central Business District, and the French Quarter. With those views, and the amazing indoor space, you and your guests should have a fabulous event in a historical New Orleans Landmark.
Beauregard-Keyes House & Gardens
The Beauregard-Keyes House, built in 1826 for wealthy auctioneer Joseph LeCarpentier, is a fine example of a raised center hall house. In addition to public tours, the house and garden are available for private events, including weddings, receptions and parties.
Benachi House & Gardens
Celebrate your wedding, reception, event or special party at our classic New Orleans venue - the architectural gem of the Esplanade Ridge National Historic District!
The Cabildo was the seat of colonial government in New Orleans, Louisiana, and is now a museum. The Cabildo is located along Jackson Square, adjacent to St. Louis Cathedral.
Located in the heart of Downtown New Orleans, the Civic Theatre is an exquisitely renovated concert and private events venue. Juxtaposing innovative technology with historic architecture, the Civic is a unique choice for corporate and social events alike. Our state of the art audiovisual capabilities, experienced sales and bar staff, and dedication to customer service create a uniquely New Orleans experience with a modern twist.
Club XLIV, Mercedes-Benz Superdome
club XLIV is an impressive private lounge located just steps away from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and Champions Square, New Orleans' premier outdoor festival venue. The namesake of champions, club XLIV pays homage to the New Orleans Saints' unforgettable victory in Super Bowl XLIV. The club is located in the heart of the Square with an entrance right next to the stage. club XLIV features amazing built-in amenities including modern furnishings, illuminated bars, specialty lighting and audio/video.
Gallier Hall is the former New Orleans City Hall on St. Charles just off Poydras Street, overlooking historic Lafayette Square. With various Ballrooms and Parlors located on two glorious floors, Gallier Hall hosts corporate receptions, seated dinners and grand weddings from 50 - 1500.
Conveniently located in the Warehouse District, one block from the New Orleans Convention Center. With more than 35,000 square feet of space available for private parties Generations Hall can accommodate groups from 50 to 5,000 guests.
Located in the heart of the historic French Quarter is the Hermann-Grima House, thought to be the finest example of American architecture in the area. Built in 1831, this Federal mansion boasts the only stable and functional outdoor kitchen in the French Quarter. The mansion has been beautifully restored through historic research and archaeological studies, and accurately depicts the gracious lifestyle of a wealthy Creole family from 1830 to 1860.
Longue Vue House & Gardens
Located on the western edge of the city, just past the Cemeteries and hidden among the trees off Metairie Road, is Longue Vue House and Gardens. This magnificent city estate with a Classical Revival-style mansion is surrounded by eight acres of breathtakingly landscaped gardens designed by some of the finest outdoor architects of the early 20th century.
Mardi Gras World
With a variety of event spaces to choose from, Mardi Gras World is the perfect venue for hosting everything from weddings and concerts to corporate events and team building retreats.
Located next door to Mardi Gras World's float-building warehouse and situated along the banks of the Mississippi River, the events complex contains an impressive array of venues that will suit any occasion you can imagine and give your guests a once-in-a-lifetime experience they won't soon forget!
New Orleans Event & Film Studios
New Orleans Event and Film Studios is the site of the old Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World on the westbank of the Mississippi River across from New Orleans. After a dramatic renovation by Blaine Kern, Jr., it has been amazingly transformed into the premiere venue & event facility in New Orleans, capable of hosting events ranging from intimate wedding receptions to lavish corporate extravaganzas for thousands.
Ralph Brennan Catering & Events has been a preferred caterer for the New Orleans Museum of Art since 2006, and has catered signature weddings, corporate and social events along with NOMA's own Odyssey Ball from 2010-2013. When you utilize the services of Ralph Brennan Catering & Events, the beautiful NOMA facility rental spaces can be used in conjunction with our own Café NOMA and adjacent Courtyard which includes our commercial kitchen.
People’s Health New Orleans Jazz Market
NOJO’s first building project, The Peoples Health New Orleans Jazz Market, is a performing arts venue and Jazz community center in Central City, New Orleans. The Jazz Market features music education experiences for all ages, a New Orleans Jazz Archive, tributes to current and past Jazz Masters, and performances by Irvin Mayfield, NOJO and other renowned musicians.
Located on historic Bayou St. John, the Pitot House is the only Creole colonial country house museum on Bayou St. John in New Orleans. The Pitot House Museum and Gardens are available for a variety of events - weddings, receptions, dinners, tea parties, or any special occasion.
The Presbytere, originally called the Casa Curial (Ecclesiastical House), derives its name from the fact that it was built on the site of the residence, or presbytere, of the Capuchin monks. It was designed in 1791 to match the Cabildo, or Town Hall, on the other side of St. Louis Cathedral. As with the Cabildo and the Cathedral, construction was financed by philanthropist Don Andres Almonester y Roxas. The second floor, however, was not completed until 1813, when the Wardens of the Cathedral assumed responsibility for the final phase. The building initially was used for commercial purposes until 1834 when it became a courthouse. In 1847 the structure's mansard roof was added. The Presbytere was then used by the city as a courthouse until 1911 when it became part of the Louisiana State Museum.
Race and Religious
This quintessential New Orleans venue was built in the 1830s and is nestled along the Lower Garden District riverfront. Comprised of a two-story Creole cottage, a three-story rowhouse, and a two-story "Slave Quarter," Race + Religious features a fountain-flanked pool, two brick courtyards, and lush palms lit by the flicker of gas lamps.
Republic New Orleans
Located in a renovated 150-year-old warehouse, Republic exudes New Orleans charm in a modern, elegant setting. The vintage mural adorned walls and stunning chandelier installations look over a stage equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting ideal for hosting live music. Just 2 blocks from the Convention Center and steps away from downtown hotels, their ability to accommodate 100-1000 guests makes Republic New Orleans the perfect place to host your next special event, reception, or banquet.
New Orleans. The French Quarter. The River.
You can have it all in one place at the Riverview Room.
The Old U.S. Mint
The Old U.S. Mint holds the distinct title of being the only mint to produce American and Confederate coinage. A product of Andrew Jackson's "Bank War" and westward expansion, the mint was built in 1835 and constructed on the site of Fort St. Charles. In 1909, minting ceased and the building was used for a number of official purposes until it was transferred to the state in 1966. In 1981, the mint opened to the public as a State museum site.
The Sugar Mill is located in New Orleans, Louisiana and is conveniently situated directly across from the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center near the Mississippi River in the historic Warehouse District. They specialize in large corporate hospitality events, private conventions (up to 200 booths) and trade shows. The 22,000 square foot main floor can accommodate your every need and the adjoining 15,000-square-foot landscaped courtyard is perfect to expand your event from indoors to out.