Old Louisiana elegance at its best, Arnauds serves classic Creole food in beautiful turn of the century dining rooms. Located in the heart of the French Quarter, this restaurant is the largest and most renowned in the entire city.
One of celebrity chef John Besh’s beloved restaurants, August focuses on local ingredients and French culinary traditions. The historic 19th century building incorporates grand details such as a wood paneled bar and dining room with massive crystal chandeliers. There are numerous private rooms, but the atmosphere is elegant and formal throughout.
First appearing on the New Orleans dining scene in 1946, Brennan’s has since become a staid classic and is known for inventing Bananas Foster. Moving from its original location on Bourbon Street in 1956, Brennan’s now occupies a stunning, two-story mansion in the French Quarter, where diners enjoy the Creole cuisine and lavish breakfasts for which the iconic spot has become known.