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 1 (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.
This Sunday, meet the Easter Bunny on the Steamboat Natchez Easter Jazz Brunch. The menu includes Shrimp & Grits, Brown Sugar Pineapple Glazed Ham, Biscuits and Gravy, White Chocolate Bread Pudding and more. View the full menu. Make reservations at steamboatnatchez.com.
Breakfast at Brennan's is a New Orleans tradition and Easter is the perfect time to experience it. This year, they’re offering a 3-course menu for $65 on April 1 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sumptuous options include Classic Turtle Soup, Strawberries and Cream, Almond Dusted Redfish, Creole Spiced Prime Rib and World-Famous Banana’s Foster. View the full Easter menu here. Make reservations.
Easter is the perfect time for a “Brunch with Hat-itude.” Wear a hat or Easter bonnet (baseball caps don’t count) for a free Hat-tini. This restaurant has closed
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.
FSR Magazine recently named Commander’s Palace one of the 21 Most Legendary Restaurants in America.This Garden District favorite is at the top of our list for Easter as well. 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.
On March 24th12 p.m.-5 p.m., Gordon Biersch will be hosting an Easter event with bunny pictures with beautiful backgrounds. The cost is $25, and includes bottomless mimosas (or beer, if you prefer) and activities for the kids with fun prizes! Don't forget, they validate parking. Make reservations.
We love Easter at Ralph’s on the Park with its the breathtaking view of the ancient live oak trees in City Park. Easter menu items available between 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. include Parmesan Fried Oysters, Creole Shrimp Dip, Herb Roasted Leg of Spring Lamb, Crawfish Benedict and Milk Chocolate Pots de Crème for dessert! View Easter menu here. Make reservations.
Come enjoy a buffet-style brunch at Red Fish Grill in the French Quarter from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Easter Sunday. Tempting offerings include Alligator Sausag and Seafood Gumbo, Louisiana Crawfish and Local Tomato Pasta Salad, Crawfish Boil, New Orleans Style Barbecued Shrimp, Hickory Grilled Redfish and a carving station with Steen's Cane Syrup Glazed Ham, Slow Cooked Prime Rib of Beef and Garlic Citrus Mojo Glazed Pork. See the full Easter menu and pricing. Make reservations.
Chef Guy Sockrider 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). Easter Brunch at Tujague's today is a four-course affair that begins with a Louisiana Crawfish and Goat Cheese Crepe, ends with White Chocolate Bread Pudding and has a whole lot of fabulousness in between with options like Creole Turtle Soup, Speckled Trout Amandine and Crawfish Hash. View the full Tujague's Easter Brunch Menu here. The price is just $48 per person (excluding tax and gratuity) for brunch from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Make reservations.
Easter will be celebrated in the elegant Waldorf Astoria Ballroom this year with live entertainment by The Butler's Jazz Trio, an Easter Brunch Buffet featuring more than 100 sumptuous options, and Easter egg decorating for the kids with The Roosevelt New Orleans pastry team. Learn more.
For Easter Parade and Egg Hunt Info, click here: Something for Everybunny This Easter
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