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Riverview Room

  • 600 Decatur St.
  • Fourth Fl., Jax Brewery Millhouse
  • New Orleans, LA 70130
  • Phone: (504) 525-3000
  • Toll-Free: (800) 236-8260
  • Fax: (504) 525-2922
  • Category: Professional and Business Services
  • Sub-Category: Venues
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Nothing says you're having a New Orleans event like the Riverview Room. Our French Quarter location, panoramic indoor and outdoor views, delightful cuisine and attentive services await your special occasion.

Venue Specs
  • Facility Buyout:
  • Max Banquet: 350
  • Max Classroom: 150
  • Max Facility Banquet: 350
  • Max Facility Reception: 500
  • Max Reception: 500
  • Max Theatre: 200
  • Private Room Capacity: 1
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Riverview Room Meeting Facility
  • # of Rooms: 1
  • Total Sqft.: 11,000
  • Largest Room: 0
  • Theatre Capacity: 0
  • Banquet Capacity: 300
  • Classroom Capacity: 0
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  • Reception Capacity: 550
  • Description: The Riverview Room occupies the entire fourth level of the Jackson Brewery Millhouse in the heart of the French Quarter. It’s open spaces and outdoor terraces offer panoramic views of the Mississippi River, the French Quarter and the Central Business District. The comfortably elegant atmosphere of the room is accentuated with mahogany paneling, early New Orleans period lighting fixtures and plush carpeting. Floor to ceiling windows present ever-changing river views. Four terraces, two covered and two open, are available for guests to step outside and experience the charm of New Orleans. On the Decatur street balcony, guests can view the cathedral spires in Jackson Square, the expanse of Woldenberg Riverfront Park and the Paris-like skyline of the French Quarter.