New Orleans, LA 70130
Hours of Operation
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
The Court of Two Sisters is legendary for its brunch buffet, including the classic Eggs Benedict or Veal Grillades and Gravy. At dinner, Creole dishes abound, with new and inspiring twists provided by Chef Chad Penedo.
For parties, the Court of Two Sisters is amply equipped with four dining rooms of different sizes to host both casual gatherings and upscale soirees. Casual dining is also available at the Court Tavern, offering po-boys, gumbo, jambalaya, and other New Orleans dishes.
The Court of Two Sisters’ location at 613 Royal Street once housed a governor of colonial Louisiana, later becoming the home of Bertha and Emma Camors, the two sisters after whom the Fein Family's landmark restaurant is named. The sisters owned a “notions” shop here, selling imported Parisian perfume and other niceties for New Orleans’ upper-class ladies.
The Court of Two Sisters now pays homage to the Camor Sisters, serving French Creole plates and classic New Orleans dishes in 613 Royal’s unique setting.
Private parties are available for groups of all sizes. Full restaurant buy-outs are available for up to 800 guests.The Royal Court can accommodate up to 95 for a seated dinner or cocktail reception.
The Grand Marquis Ballroom can accommodate up to 100 guests for seated banquets or cocktail receptions and features a Royal Street balcony.
The Terrace dining room, with a seating capacity of 160 for dinner or ccocktail reception, overlooks the Court of Two Sisters’ lush courtyard, offering the feel of an outdoor atmosphere with the luxury of climate control.
The Courtyard, can accommodate seated dinners or cocktail receptions of up to 250 guests and can be combined with the adjoining Terrace for indoor/outdoor events. Indoor space is always held to be used in the case of inclement weather.
All areas of the restaurant are non-smoking. Souvenirs, including the Court of Two Sisters cookbook, are available.