Private Dining Options
160 Standing | 110 Seated
The Chanteclair room, which serves as the main dining room, is the piece de resistance of Brennan's. A fantasy interpretation of a French Orangerie, the space "holds hands" with the courtyard, inviting the outside in through a spectacular wall of glass. The 60 ft by 40 ft room seats 110 people and marks the most significant alteration to the restaurant. The walls are wrapped with whimsical murals inspired by 19th century Proteus parade floats that exude whimsy and fun.
80 Standing | 45 Seated
Just to the right of the entrance awaits the Audubon Room, an exuberantly bright and airy dining area. Walls of peach colored plaster lined with dozens of whimsical oyster plates and tropical Cuban patterned tile floors frame the room. Bouillotte tole chandeliers and upholstered Parisian-style restaurant chairs honor the French heritage of both the city and the cuisine of Brennan's.
100 Standing | 63 Seated
The pineapple is the international symbol of hospitality, hence the welcoming Havana Room with its sheer abundance of the fanciful fruit. Sourced from islands in the Caribbean, the pineapple was a rarity in the 19th century, showcasing a host's munificence. The spiky fruit was even rented for use in table settings, but there's no scarcity here. Once a double parlor, the Havana Room features the fruit in a 19th-century period wallpaper patterned in mocha, salmon, ivory, and green.
45 Standing | 24 Seated
Situated next to the King's Room in what once was a double parlor, the Queen's Room is a dazzling tribute to feminine reign. Shades of aquamarine, lavender, pink, and ivory create a charming milieu of monarchy. The chairs, replicas of the design from Queen Elizabeth's coronation, are deep aqua velvet embroidered with gold crowns. A glorious nineteenth century crystal and ivory chandelier of local origin illuminates the stately room, which seats thirty-two. Fit for a queen, indeed.
75 Standing | 35 Seated
The majesty of the King's Room is heralded upon entrance, with its ruling theme of royal hues proclaimed throughout. The handsome design boasts cream and gold damask wallpaper and a large crystal chandelier. Replicas from the inauguration of Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey, the purple chairs are embroidered with gold coronets, as are the heavy drapes in purple and ivory. An authentic display of historic treasures from carnivals past is curated by the Rex organization.
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