Uptown / Garden District
New Orleans, LA 70130
Hours of Operation
11am - 6pm
Commander's Palace is a world famous New Orleans restaurant located in the beautiful garden district of New Orleans. Its delicious cuisine, spectacular ambience, and first-class attentive service are just some of the reasons it has long been regarded by visitors and locals to be the city’s most popular upscale restaurant.
A New Orleans landmark since 1890, it is renowned for award-winning dishes including its famous turtle soup and bread pudding souffle with whiskey sauce. Don’t miss its 25-cent martinis at lunch while you enjoy their romantic courtyard amongst beautiful oak trees.
A must-see destination for every visitor to New Orleans, Commander's Palace has evolved into a culinary legend. Many world-famous chefs had their start at Commander’s … including Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme, and Jamie Shannon. Co-proprietors Ti Adelaide Martin and Lally Brennan of the Brennan’s family continue their dedication to perfection. Since 2012, Commander's Palace has been a recipient of the Wine Spectator Grand Award
Today, Chef Tory McPhail, winner of the James Beard Foundation Award for South Best Chef, continues to make Commander's Palace the world-class restaurant it is today with Haute Creole cuisine reflecting the best of the New Orleans.
Dress code: No shorts or t-shirts; jackets suggested for men
Takeout & Delivery Info
- Commander's Palace is Now Available on Goldbelly
- Order a Three-Course Dinner for Four
- Menu Features Turtle Soup, Garlic Bread, Spiced Sugarcane Lacquered Quail & Pecan Pie
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