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Mon - Fri: 11am - 2am
Sat & Sun: 3pm - 2am
Happy Hour: 3pm - 6pm

Group dining & events

All of our event space is located near Zinc Bistro & Bar. Please contact our catering & event sales team for additional details.

The surrounding building create a series of small patios outside the back door of Zinc that can be entered from Presa Street through elegant ivy-clad iron gates. Tropical plants, soft uplighting and splashing water features make the private spot ideal for memorable cocktail receptions.

A wooden staircase inside Zinc descends into the intimate Wine Cellar, a one-of-a-kind venue for a VIP dinner or a rehearsal dinner. Guests are surrounded by wine crates and barrels, wine tasting tables and ceiling-to-floor wine racks stocked with more than 7,000 bottles of wine. Twinkling lights above add to the atmosphere.

Located off Charles Court, the display of vintage wines and classic wine crates in the Wine Room make it an ideal space for pre-dinner cocktails.

Warm earth tones soften the impact of Firewheel's 20-foot ceiling, and walls are lined with racks of wine. An upper balcony can accommodate live entertainment or speakers. The space is suitable for up to 100 seated guests, and the adjacent shady patio can be used for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres service. Entry is from either Commerce Street or Charles Court.

Limestone walls, Big Easy-style artwork, boldly flocked wallpaper and funky chandeliers, but the storefront windows in Volume II overlook Commerce Street, not a side street in New Orleans. This room can accommodate up to 56 guests for a seated dinner.

Boldly flocked wallpaper on one wall and over-the-top lighting fixtures add an unexpected whimsical touch to our Board Room, ideal for business dinners or a gathering of family and friends for a special celebration.

Construction of this elegant gray lady of a building at the corner of Commerce and Presa Streets was started in 1899. Before the top three floors were added in 1916, the entire structure was hoisted onto rollers and moved 20 feet to accommodate the widening of Commerce Street. While the old Alamo National Bank is no more, the graceful mythological paintings adorning the lobby remain. We take pride in repurposing the long marble-topped counter that served as the teller station for a handsome bar. A small stage provides a spot for entertainment or speeches. The Vault can accommodate 60 for a seated lunch or dinner or 120 guests for stand-up cocktail receptions.