Antoine's

French Quarter

Antoine's
713-717 Rue Saint Louis
New Orleans
,
LA
70130

Cuisine

Creole,Seafood,Variety

Dress Code:

Casual Dressy at Lunch, Coat & Tie required at Dinner
Pricing:

Payment

American Express, Diners Club, Visa, Master Card and Antoine's house accounts

Hours of Operation

Lunch
Monday - Saturday
11:30am - 2:00pm
Monday - Saturday
5:30pm - 9:30pm
Closed
Sundays (except for private parties),
Mardi Gras Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day

Restaurant Overview

Antoine Alciatore began his culinary career in 1840 with a simple “pension,” or boardinghouse and restaurant; since then, Antoine’s has passed through generations of the same family to become one of New Orleans’ most renowned fine dining destinations.

Masterpiece dishes like the impossibly rich Oysters Rockefeller or Eggs Sardou pay tribute to Antoine’s history and luminary guests, while service anticipates the guest’s every need for a seamless meal. Antoine’s offers fourteen distinct dining rooms, each with their own story--for example, the Mystery Room, which housed a secret corridor and bartender for a uniquely New Orleans solution to Prohibition.

Enjoy a drink at the elegant Hermes Bar, serving a more casual taste of Antoine’s famous cuisine, or have “Dinner at Antoine’s,” a local tradition made legend by author Frances Parkinson Keyes, for a true New Orleans experience.


Reserve one of Antoine’s private rooms for a lunch or dinner meeting. The restaurant can accommodate requests from 2 to 300 guests, and offers fourteen unique venues for your next meeting. A sampling includes:

  • The Rex Room, named for the Krewe of Rex, a Carnival organization created just a few years after the founding of Antoine’s. The room is decorated with photographs of past Rex royalty, and heirlooms including king’s crowns and scepters from long ago. The Rex Room seats between 20 and 50 guests.
  • The Japanese Room, offering exquisite hand-painted walls and ceilings, and filled with gorgeous Japanese art and artifacts. Closed for 43 years after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the Japanese Room reopened in 1984.
  • The Mystery Room, so called for its usefulness during Prohibition. Those wishing to enjoy a cocktail at this time could visit the Mystery Room and return with a coffee cup full of their preferred liquor. When asked its origin, a gentleman might say, “It’s a mystery!” The Mystery Room is decorated with various souvenirs of the world’s famous restaurants, including Groucho Marx’s beret.

Banquets

In order to serve guests better, Antoine's requires a set menu for large parties. The menu may be selected at the guest's convenience.

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