Easter in New Orleans means festive parades through the French Quarter, special Easter egg hunts in the parks and rich, indulgent meals at some of the citys finest dining establishments.
Of course, as local foodies we have our favorite Easter eateries.
Ralph Brennan’s whimsical seafood destination, Red Fish Grill, has a brunch that will delight all ages. Offering array of specialty soups, salads, and sides, main courses, and a carving station – not to mention a seafood display that is to die for – your taste buds will rejoice with each delicious bite. Easter Brunch from 10:30 am to 4 pm, when they will switch to their normal dinner menu.
The Easter bunny hops aboard the Steamboat Natchez for a special Easter Jazz Brunch. In addition to a meet and greet with the bunny, there will be live jazz music, and a delicious buffet. This special cruise is reserved seating so make your reservations as soon as possible.
Back by popular demand, Sunday Jazz Brunch at Maison Dupy is returning this Easter from 10:30 am - 4 pm. Chef Scott Majure has put together a fabulous 3-course menu that the whole family will love. He's even shared his recipe for Eggs Maison Dupuy to give us a taste of what's to come. Live jazz and bottomless Bloody Marys and Mimosas round out this Easter celebration.
Grab your favorite Easter hat and head on over to Cafe Adelaide for Brunch with Hat-itude. Anyone wearing a hat (ball caps don't count) can enjoy up to three free martinis! Between this stellar deal and Cafe Adelaide's gourmet selections this sounds like an Egg-ccelent Easter to me! (Unfortunately this restaurant has closed)
If you want something a little more casual this Easter, head to Oceana Grill. This New Orleans staple will be serving up their regular menu. With tasty New Orleans classics like Crawfish Etoufee and Red Beans and Rice as well as Chef Specialties such as Redfish Oceana and Praline Duck, your taste buds won’t be disappointed.
Enjoy a heart breakfast at Hard Rock Cafe Easter Sunday from 9 am - 11 am. Skillet scrambled eggs or the French toast are two of our favorites. Plus, you'll receive a complimentary Bloody Mary or mimosa with the purchase of an adult entree. Happy Easter to you!
For something a little different this Easter try Amici Ristorante. Their coal fired pizzas are one in a million and the chef will be serving up some special Easter dishes like Rosemary Shrimp, Crab and Asparagus Insalta, Seafood Rigatonu and Pistachio Cristed Lamb Rac. Stop by any time between 11:30 am and 10 pm.
With the perfect blend of Cajun and Creole, Olde NOLA Cookery’s menu is filled with authentic local dishes. Treat yourself to their Jazzy Crab Cakes or Crawfish Jambalaya Pasta. They’ll be open their regular Sunday hours: 10:45 am until 1am.
Porter and Luke's is a Metairie treasure that will be a dining delight Easter Sunday with Chef Specials available along with their regular menu full of New Orleans cuisine classics.
Stay tuned. As more Easter delights roll in, we’ll be sure to share them with you here.
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