Do You Like Your Easter Eggs Sardou, Benedict or Florentine?
This Easter, do more than bite the ears off a chocolate bunny for breakfast. Check out this list of great New Orleans restaurants that are open for Sunday brunch on April 21 (some are even saving a seat for the Easter bunny). Hop on down the list and make your reservations now. As special holiday menus become available, we will add them here.
Chef Andrea is offering a special three-course meal from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Easter Sunday, including a special children's menu. Options include Louisiana Crawfish Bisque, Roast Maple Leaf Duck Ponchatoula ,and Louisiiana Strawberry Shortcake. View full Easter menu. Call 504-834-8583 for reservations.
Breakfast at Brennan's is a New Orleans tradition and Easter is the perfect time to experience it. Make reservations.
We can’t think of a more beautiful way to celebrate Easter than with brunch in the enchanting Princess of Monaco Courtyard at Café Amelie. Make reservations.
Esplanade Avenue is gorgeous in sprintime and Cafe Degas is a lovely place to take it all in. Make reservations.
This Garden District favorite is at the top of our list for Easter. Put on your Easter finery and make Sunday a celebration your family will remember forever at Commander’s. Make reservations.
Follow the second line to the Court of Two Sisters this Easter and ask for a seat in the courtyard. It doesn’t get any more New Orleans. There are parades in the French Quarter on Easter as well. Come on down and join the fun. Make reservations.
Come on down to the Hard Rock Cafe in the French Qaurter for Breakfast with the Bunny from 8:30 a.m. to 1030 a.m. Easter Sunday. The event will include an All-American Easter Buffet and a visit from the Easter Bunny. The cost is just $10.95 for kids 3-10 and $16.95 for adults 11 and up. Make reservations.
We love Easter at Ralph’s on the Park with its breathtaking view of the ancient live oak trees in City Park. Make reservations.
Chef Thomas Robey has outdone himself this year at Tujague's on Decatur Street, where brunch was invented way back when by Madame Begue (Tujague's and Begue's joined forces in 1914). For just $52 per person, you can enjoy four courses with options like Crawfish and Tasso Vol-Au-Vent, Shrimp & Corn Bisque, Gulf Fish Almondine and Butterscotch Bread Pudding. View Tujague's 2019 Easter Menu. Make reservations.
Meet the Easter Bunny at the Steamboat Natchez Easter Jazz Brunch. The cruise lasts from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. with boarding beginning at 11 a.m. Make reservations at steamboatnatchez.com.
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