Treme Room: The Treme Room (name after one of the original neighborhoods in New Orleans) is available for parties of up to 20 people with advanced reservations. Please call 330.923.2665 for details.


Treme (historically sometimes called Tremé or Faubourg Tremé) is a neighborhood in the downtown portion of the city of New Orleans, Louisiana. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, and early in the city's history was the main neighborhood of free people of color. It remains an important center of the city's African-American culture, especially the modern brass band tradition.

Musicians from Treme include Alphonse Picou and Kermit Ruffins. While predominantly African-American, the population has been mixed from the 19th century though to the 21st. Jazz musicians of European ancestry such as Henry Ragas and Louis Prima lived in Treme. Also, Joe's Cozy Corner in Treme is often considered the birthplace of Rebirth Brass Band, one of the most notable current New Orleans bands.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the Treme neighborhood received minor to moderate flooding. Fortunately in the portion of the neighborhood in from I-10, the water was generally not high enough to get many of the old raised homes.

Treme Room has full audio video hook ups including large screen TV and Monitor with Dish Networks full sports package.