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403 Royal St., (504) 299-0601; www.latrobesonroyal.com
Latrobe's dates back to the 1820s and is named after the renowned architect who designed it, Benjamin Henry Latrobe. What once was the courtyard for the original building was enclosed in the early 1930s, giving it the weathered patina of an outdoor venue and all the comforts of being indoors.

912 Royal St., (504) 412-8965; www.cafeamelie.com
Located within walking distance of Jackson Square, Cafe Amelie includes a historic carriage house and a lush courtyard with an impressive pedigree — they are part of the French Quarter home that once belonged to the first American Princess of Monaco, Alice Heine.

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510 Race St., (985) 768-2956; www.raceandreligious.com
Race & Religious consists of a Creole cottage, a Greek Revival row house and a slave quarters — all built in the 1830s — along with a brick courtyard and pool between them. The venue is furnished with a funky mix of European antiques and religious artifacts.
2257 Bayou Road, (504) 525-7040; www.benachihouse.com
Built in 1858, the historic Benachi House bed and breakfast includes a Greek Revival mansion and gardens with fountains, a gazebo in a Beaux Arts-style pavilion and a large patio in the rear. The space is best suited to parties up to 175 guests.
1441 Magazine St., (504) 237-2076; www.terrellhouse.com
Built in 1858 as a residence for cotton broker Richard Terrell, the Terrell House is a stately example of Italianate architecture. The bed and breakfast has 12 rooms but interior space for parties is limited, so it is primarily a courtyard venue and can accommodate as many as 125 guests.
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651 Richard St., Suite 2C, (504) 301-2991; www.clandestine- nola.com
This Lower Garden District warehouse space is run by the owners of Clandestine, a destination management company specializing in high-end, customized events and experiences. Casual enough for crawfish boils, large enough for a band, the space can accommodate a variety of events.
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2257 Bayou Road, (504) 525-7040; www.benachihouse.com
Built in 1858, the historic Benachi House bed and breakfast includes a Greek Revival mansion and gardens with fountains, a gazebo in a Beaux Arts-style pavilion and a large patio in the rear. The space is best suited to parties up to 175 guests.
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