Founded in 1956, Brennan’s Restaurant is a New Orleans institution. Known as much for its picturesque patio, flowering magnolias and verdant courtyard greenery as for its French and Creole cuisine; Brennan’s is locally and internationally beloved.

The newly restored New Orleans staple blends traditional French and Creole cuisine with new cultural influences like Vietnamese. Of course they’re still serving their signature dishes like the world-famous Bananas Foster. The restaurant has received accolades from food critics, publications and guests everywhere, and offers diners a wine cellar of over 35,000 bottles (winner of Wine Spectator’s Grand Award).

No trip to New Orleans would be complete without the Brennan's dining experience!