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Antoines Restaurant

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725 Saint Louis St
New Orleans, LA 70130
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(504) 581-4044
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Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Antoines is easily accessible to hotels in the Quarter. Established in 1840, this restaurant holds a lot of history. With 15 separate d...

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My girlfriend and I wanted to dine at a nice place in the French Quarter. We decided upon Antoines because we have never been there and heard a great deal about it. In fact, my ...

Sunday Dinner at Antoines 10/23/2012

My girlfriend and I wanted to dine at a nice place in the French Quarter. We decided upon Antoines because we have never been there and heard a great deal about it. In fact, my mother, now 89 years old said she, as a young girl, dated a son of the owner at that time. We did not have reserviations but were allowed to dine anyway. We decided on the Petit Filet, spinach and wine. The restaurant is under stated if not bare and the music was out of place for a fine restaurent. The service was quick, akward, and incomplete. The waiters were so fast that they did not take time to listen to or understand what we were saying or requesting. They missed several requests for coffee and the wine list was not brought to the table until requested. As for the food. The petit filet was indeed petit. I would venture to say 4 oz or less and on the side were two fried asparagus. Now the food was tasty but there was so little of it for $35.00 that I had to wonder if they made a mistake on my order. My girlfriend said the same concerning her stuffed something or other for $25.00. The spinach was delicious but came in such a small bowl that four tablespoons full finished it off. The bill was $160.00 including tip. Overall, I was sad to see that the place my mother made such a statement for had become what I saw Sunday. I would not dine there again and my girlfriend told me she would not allow me to take her there again. I also will not tell my mother anything about the resturant as I would like her to remember the place as it was seventy or so years ago. If they don't change what is happening there I suspect the place will lose all business and all respect and eventually close for lack of business. more

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Antoines Restaurant -- New Orleans 11/18/2006

Antoines Restaurant has been in business for more than 160 years, so it knows how to treat its customers and keep them coming back for more. I love Antoines' Restaurant in New Orleans, Louisiana. Located at 713 Rue Saint Louis Street, this place really rocks! It is a dinner restaurant, so you must have a dinner jacket. http://www.antoines.com/ www.antoines.com/ has a lot more information, so please check it out. I love the entrees served here. I like the Oysters Rockefeller and Pommes de Terre Souffles (puffed potatoes). Beware the prices here are expensive, cheap to the standards of restaurants such as this one, but expensive for most people. Expect to pay at least $100 for 2, and that's coming out light. The place has 15 separate dining rooms, so it's cozier that way. Reseverations are required, I think, but if they are not, they need to be. more

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Dining with a touch of elegance! 9/6/2006

Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Antoines is easily accessible to hotels in the Quarter. Established in 1840, this restaurant holds a lot of history. With 15 separate dining rooms, Antoines is great for any occassion and will accomodate all of your needs. Reservations are strongly recommended and a dinner jacket is required. The food is out of the ordinary. The back of the menu provides the history of the restaurant, Antoine came to New Orleans from France where he was an apprentice to Chefs at the early age of 8. He brought many sauces to New Orleans and was the original inventor of Oysters Rockefeller. My husband and I visited Antoines for the Father's Day Sunday Jazz Brunch. We had Iced Tea, Water, Escargots a la Bourguignonne (snails) , Crevettes remoulade (Shrimp remoulade), Crabes mous grillés (crab Cakes), veal, peach melba and Cheesecake. We were served hot bread complimentary and our waiter was sure to keep us with fresh hot bread throughout the meal. The service was extraordinary and the food was very good with an unusual twist. The food was different - excellent but with a different twist. Our meal was $91.00 but it was well worth it. The restaurant was clean and the service was exceptional. This is full of history and the walls are lined with photographs and memorabalia from the famous people who have visited, i.e., Helen Keller, Elizabeth Taylor, Walt Disney, etc. more
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