Sundays in New Orleans are a time to wind down with a relaxing jazz brunch, outdoor market shopping, and more.
Enjoy a Sunday brunch at Apolline Restaurant with bottomless mimosas and bloody Mary’s, soups and salads, and special entrées like Prime NY Strip Steak, grilled vegetable omelet, and the brunch burger. Head over to Ralph’s on the Park for a weekend brunch, including appetizers like shrimp Skully, truffle fries, and salmon toast. The menu also features pastries, entrées including omelets, burgers, BBQ shrimp & grits, and more with sides! Visit Napoleon House with a menu featuring spinach and artichoke dip, bruschetta, and a cheese board for appetizers. The menu also includes special Italian muffulettas and po-boys. Spice up your Sunday with a jazz brunch at one of these restaurants.
Enjoy shopping at Crescent City Farmers Market at City Park every Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon. Fresh fruits and vegetables, seafood, pastries, and flowers can all be found at the weekly market. Visit the French Market which features shopping, dining, music, and local traditions special to New Orleans. The French Market is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Another open-air art market is the Palace Market, located on Frenchmen Street and open from 7 p.m. to midnight on Sundays. Explore and walk around as more than 100 artists offer their handmade art, jewelry, and goods to all locals and visitors.
To end the weekend nicely, jam out to some rocking jazz music at d.b.a. located on Frenchmen Street. Sip on cocktails and sway to the sounds of New Orleans at Toulouse Theatre. Artists like Sabine McCalla, the Lostines, the Rumble Ft. Chief Joseph Boudreaux Jr., Anees, and Tigers Jaw with Heart Attack Man and Glitter will be performing at the Toulouse Theatre on Sundays. Check out their music calendar for more.
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