Court of The Two Sisters
This building dates back to the early 1700’s and is a classic example of the rich history all over New Orleans. Once arriving, enjoy the hot and cold creole style buffet with a complimentary mimosa, champagne, or house wine. Eat out in the biggest courtyard in the French quarter under a canopy of trees while listening to the Jazz band.
613 Royal St., New Orleans LA, 70130 (504)522-7621
Loved locally and nationally is Brennans; another historic New Orleans restaurant in the heart of the French Quarter. The menu consists of a perfect mix of French and creole cuisine that the city is known for. Inside, you can find the famous Roost Bar where you can eat at for any meal. Also, inside, is a beautiful true old New Orleans décor and architecture.
417 Royal St., New Orleans LA, 70130 (504)525-9711
This restaurant is known for one of the most romantic courtyards in the French Quarter. Originally owned by the first American Princess of Monaco, this place will truly transport you to another time. However, great atmosphere and a beautiful setting is not all the café has to offer. A delicious Cajun and creole cuisine classic to New Orleans is served.
912 Royal St., New Orleans LA, 70130 (504)412-8965
Next to the St. Louis Cathedral is a beautiful building with a gorgeous balcony overlooking the park and Jackson Square this is the home of Muriel's. Some of the best dishes are the strawberry salad, Muriel’s Omelette, the shrimp and grits, and Eggs Veney. Muriel's serves brunch on Sundays and Saturdays. Listen to great live jazz music while you eat with Muriel's live bands on Jazz Brunch.
Muriel's Jackson Square, (504) 568-1885
Café Du Monde
For a simple, quick, yet delicious breakfast try the delicious beignets with a café au lait at Café Du Monde. The original café still stands up in running in the French Quarter today. These beignets have been around for hundreds of years and still fill people’s bellies with delight. So enjoy your breakfast in the outdoor café and see the street performers, venders, and locals that make up New Orleans.
800 Decatur St., New Orleans LA, 70116 (504)525-4544
If one place isn’t enough for your beignet craving, try Café Beignet. They serve big, fluffy, covered in powdered sugar beignets, to other small breakfast dishes and even some fried seafood. With an outdoor setting and cool atmosphere, it’s a must visit. Also make sure to visit the Bourbon St. location for the jazz band playing’s at 8am and 6pm
311 Bourbon St., New Orleans LA, 70130 (504) 524-5530
Broussard's, the winner of seven awards and only four blocks from Jackson Square is a great choice for brunch. Brunch is open Friday through Sunday. Listen to live jazz while eating brunch in the dining area inside. Broussard's napoleon benedict 22 and the steak and eggs broussard are two we recommend trying. The courtyard of Broussard's is a beautiful place to enjoy your food and the company of others.
819 Rue Conti New Orleans, LA 70112 (504)581-3866
The Ruby Slipper
The Ruby Slipper has multiple locations: Mid-City, The French Quarter, The Central Business District, and Uptown. Some of the best dishes include: the eggs benedicts, the BL2T, and the "bacon & egg" sliders. Located in walking distance from the streetcar, the Mid- City location is a perfect location for brunch.
Mid City- 139 S Cortez St, (504)525-9355
Uptown District- 2802 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130 .
The French Quarter- 1005 Canal St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
Central Business District- 200 Magazine St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Mr. B's Bistro Restaurant
In the heart of the French Quarter Mr. B's Bistro resides. The bistro is a perfect place to stop for brunch. Mr. B's has a delicious eggs benedict, petit filet mignon and eggs, and bacon wrapped shrimp and stone ground grits.
201 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 (504)523-2078