Congratulations! Whether you have just gotten engaged or you have officially tied the knot, a brunch party is a lovely way to celebrate. Enjoy a blissful brunch at any of these fine Big Easy bistros.
Have a lovely time with family and friends at this French Quarter eatery. It’ll be a match made in heaven for your taste buds at Angeline’s where there is an array of perfectly curated Southern comfort food. With a timeless menu including country fried steak and eggs, Brioche French Toast and fried chicken and biscuits, Angeline is the perfect place for you and your guests.
Rejoice over brunch at Brennan’s. Amid a menu of classic dishes, like Eggs Benedict, there are some unusual additions, like the wonderful egg yolk carpaccio with Andouille vinaigrette and crispy sweet potato. Feel free to sip on all your favorite cocktails, like their spicy Cajun Bloody Mary with pickled okra or Temperance Tea made with Tito’s vodka, blueberry and black tea infused syrup and honey liqueur. And don’t forget to ask for the famous Bananas Foster, flambéed right at the table. It’s always love at first sight.
The lush courtyard at Broussard’s sets the ambiance for an unforgettable, relaxing brunch. Located on historic Conti Street, it's one of the best ways to start off your day. Revel in a scrumptious three-course brunch featuring a very tasty raspberry mascarpone stuffed pain perdu and a plethora of other local delicacies. Enjoy a cocktail, or two, as you dine with Broussard’s $12 bottomless mimosas and let the good times roll.
Nestled on Royal Street, in the heart of the French Quarter, the Court of Two Sisters serves up a superb selection of hot and cold dishes in the relaxed atmosphere of their brunch buffet. Allow yourselves to be carried away by a live jazz band while feasting on some fine creole cuisine. Be sure to try the eggs benedict and shrimp etouffee, but leave some room for dessert, as the courtyard bread pudding with whiskey sauce is sublime.
Located steps from the St. Louis Cathedral and overlooking Jackson Square, Muriel’s offers guests a glimpse of New Orleans’ historic past. Embrace the rich history, ornately decorated dining rooms and the mouth-watering menu. It is full of New Orleans favorites like the highly recommended veal grillades and grits. With a live jazz band, it’s a perfect spot for brunch with your loved ones.
The House of Blues Gospel Brunch combines a love of music and love of great food, seamlessly. Each Sunday acclaimed gospel producer Kirk Franklin selects traditional and contemporary gospel to be performed on stage by local musicians. The brunch buffet is filled with soul food and other breakfast favorites. You’ll be dancing and dining for this truly unforgettable experience.
If it’s upscale dining you’re looking for, take a stroll with your party through the Garden District where you’ll be sure to spot Commander’s Palace. Since 1880 the world-renowned restaurant has been a mecca for outstanding creole cuisine. Every Sunday they feature a changing brunch menu filled with both traditional and unique breakfast items. Listen to the soothing sound of live jazz music and indulge in Lally’s Praline Parfait while you’re at it. Be prepared to experience New Orleans dining at its finest.
Experience a Traditional New Orleans jazz brunch in the heart of the French Quarter. Revel in the sounds of Dixieland Jazz while dining from an extensive four-course price-fixed Sunday brunch menu. If you are looking for a private setting, one of their private event coordinators can assist you with all the details for an exceptional dining experience.
Here is a full list of fabulous brunch options.