63 seated | 80 reception
PHASE II Occupancy: 25
The pineapple is the international symbol of hospitality, hence the welcoming Havana Room with its sheer abundance of the fanciful fruit. Sourced from islands in the Caribbean, the pineapple was a rarity in the 19th century, showcasing a host's munificence. The spiky fruit was even rented for use in table settings, but there's no scarcity here. Once a double parlor, the Pineapple Room features the fruit in a 19th-century period wallpaper patterned in mocha, salmon, ivory, and green, and an enchanting mirror is adorned with18th-century French foliate resembling leaves. Hand-carved gilt wooden pineapple chandeliers with silk shades are from London and the rug, with a peach background and green frond design, evokes a tropical mood. Diners relax in oval-backed, gilded Louis XVI chairs to enjoy their stylish setting. Hospitable, charming, and delicious… the pineapple and Brennan's.
FOR PRIVATE PARTY INQUIRIES, PLEASE CONTACT:
Melissa U. Aucoin