Cane & Table

1113 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA
Capacity: 130 people

About Cane & Table

Opened in 2012 from the minds of some of New Orleans' most influential bartenders and entrepreneurs, Neal Bodenheimer, Kirk Estopinal, and Nick Detrich, Cane & Table takes its inspiration from New Orleans' assumed position as the northernmost corner of the Caribbean. Our restaurant is cocktail oriented with drinks inspired by the Tiki movement and features rustic colonial cuisine, which incorporates Southern, Caribbean, and Spanish/Basque flavors. And although we consider ourselves well established, the space in which we operate dates back long before our doors opened. Built in 1830, our historic building has experienced many incarnations, but was originally constructed by the Ursuline Nuns, whose convent still overlooks our courtyard today. Our building has passed many hands, held various incarnations, and we are extremely honored to look over the space today. Our design features the building's natural charm, with a focus on minimalism, pairing original raw plaster and brick with aged mirrors, classic chandeliers, and a courtyard full of New Orleans' tropical flora. ? We have hosted all types of occasions from large corporate parties, to intimate dinners, full wedding receptions, and team building cocktail competitions. We are truly the best place for an authentic New Orleans celebration.
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  • Max Number of People for an Event: 130