Native New Orleanians and proprietors Terry White and Ralph Brennan, the acclaimed restaurateur and namesake of the iconic dining establishment, Brennan's, bring New Orleans tradition with a commitment to honoring the city's history and ethnicity through the recently restored, reborn, and reopened restaurant that has emerged as one of the most polished in all of New Orleans.

Enter through the signature pink facade on Royal Street to find the innovative menu by the hand of James Beard finalist chef Slade Rushing. The distinctive cuisine borrows its pedigree from French and Spanish ancestors with a menu that boasts a selection of traditional New Orleans favorites as well as more modern interpretations that have inspired continual praise and loyal patronage. The fine dining landmark is famed for "Breakfast at Brennan's" and the signature flaming Bananas Foster dessert that was originally invented there the 1950s. Brennan's today is a dazzling display of New Orleans's illustrious past persevering in the present.

Today, Brennan's sets fine food in a glamorous atmosphere born of the architecture and decor of the French Quarter. The decorative vision has created old-world elegant inspired dining rooms, reminiscent of grand homes along St. Charles Avenue. Each dining room tells a specific story, engaging you into its own colorful personality. The personable, and attentive service underscores a unique and sophisticated dining experience that lives on in every visitor's memory. 

Brennan's...the tradition continues.

For more information:

Simone Rathlé  - 703.534.8102


417 Royal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 |