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Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

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Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

Looking for a great brunch place in NO in January. We are true foodies so we are looking for great atmosphere and music but mostly outstanding food.

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1. Re: Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

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4. Re: Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

Welcome to the forums, 10514! I wanted to let you know that we've moved your topic here to the New Orleans forums where it was intended to go. It was initially misplaced in the Usa, Japan forum, but you should get some response, from those familiar with New Orleans now.

Good luck with your research!

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5. Re: Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

10514--The place that most people on this forum will recommend is Commander's Palace. I have never been there because I'm not your dress up kinda gal, but Commander's does get rave reviews.

I personally love The Court Of Two Sisters. It is a beautiful place, lots of items on a huge buffet, the food is good (especially the eggs benedict), and the atmosphere with the beautiful over hanging wisteria is gorgeous.

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6. Re: Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

If you want to dine in the FQ go to Antoine's or Arnaud's for Sunday Jazz Brunch. I like Antoine's the best. Be sure to check out Hermes Bar at Antoine's or French 75 Bar at Arnaud's. Mr. B's has an outstanding Sunday Jazz Brunch. It's across from Hotel Monteleon.

In Mid City near City Park is Ralph's which has a fine SB and outdoor dining. If you go to the GD or Uptown go to Coquette or Patois for Sunday Brunch. Cafe Atchafalaya has a Sunday Jazz Brunch. I really like CA. It's a unique neighborhood restaurant near the Irish Channel W of the GD.

Dante's is Uptown and has Sunday Brunch.

Antoine's @ 713 Saint Louis St., New Orleans, LA. 504 - 581 - 4422.

http://www.antoines.com/

Arnaud's @ 813 Bienville Street, New Orleans, LA 504 - 523 - 5433.

http://www.arnaudsrestaurant.com/

Mr. B's Bistro @ 201 Royal St., New Orleans, LA. 504 - 523 - 2078.

http://www.mrbsbistro.com/index2.php

Muriel's @ 801 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA. 504 - 568 - 1885.

http://www.muriels.com/html/home.html

Cafe Adelaide @ 300 Poydras St., New Orleans, LA 504 - 595 - 3305.

http://www.cafeadelaide.com/

Ralph's on the Park @ 900 City Park Ave., New Orleans, LA. 504 - 488 - 1000.

http://www.ralphsonthepark.com/index.php

Cafe Degas @ 3127 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, LA 504 - 945 - 5635.

http://www.cafedegas.com/

Coquette @ 2800 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA. 504 - 265 - 0421.

http://www.coquette-nola.com/index.html

Patois @ 6078 Laurel St., New Orleans, LA 504 - 895 - 9441.

http://www.patoisnola.com/

Cafe Atchafalaya @ 901 Louisiana Ave., New Orleans, LA. 504 - 891 - 9626.

http://www.cafeatchafalaya.com/

Dante's Kitchen @ 736 Dante St., New Orleans, LA. 504 - 861 - 3121.

http://danteskitchen.com/

Here's a link to Sunday Brunch restaurants in NOLA.

neworleansonline.com/neworleans/cuisine/rest

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7. Re: Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

Here's another list. The Sunday jazz brunch at Commander's is a classic and you would likely enjoy it. For the best foodie experience, I'd suggest Patois. Slightly less ambitious but also very good is Atchafalaya. You'll need to leave the Quarter for all of these. Reservations are strongly advised for all.

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8. Re: Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

Absolutely Commander's Palace. It's the true NO dining experience. Food is delicious, atmosphere beautiful and a jazz trio travels throughout the restaurant.

Enjoy!

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9. Re: Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

Commander's Palace!

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10. Re: Sunday Brunch in New Orleans

Commander's Palace is a classic, but Mr. B's Bistro offers VERY good food, a small strolling jazz band, and the convenience of an Upper Quarter location.