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Brennan's - 95 Reviews - 417 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70130-2103, New Orleans, LA - Local Favorite Reviews - Phone (504) 525-9711


417 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70130-2103 (at The French Quarter)
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 525-9711
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Brennan's - New Orleans, LA
Brennan's - New Orleans, LA
Brennan's - New Orleans, LA
Brennan's - New Orleans, LA
Brennan's - New Orleans, LA
Brennan's - New Orleans, LA
Brennan's - New Orleans, LA
Brennan's - New Orleans, LA
Brennan's - New Orleans, LA


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Sweet husband was able to sweet talk a waitress into a window seat with a view of the courtyard. the breakfast was excellent. An experience I will never forget. The food was a gre...


Warning, 4 people for breakfast was about $250 with tip. Only one person had one Bloody Mary otherwise it was just coffee for all. Plus my husband left hungry.

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Brennan's Restaurant 11/16/2006

"Located at 417 Royal Street [in New Orleans, Louisiana] in the heart of the French Quarter, Brennan's Restaurant continues to receive culinary accolades from countless food critics, national publications and visitors around the world." That comes from their website [], and says it better than l can. The website suggest whatever you do, order for dessert the Bananas Foster (for breakfast or dinner). They are definately correct, as that is the best l have ever tasted. l love it a lot. The TROUT AMANDINE, TROUT PECAN, or the CHICKEN ESPLANADE is very good. l also like the SHRIMP SAMANTHA WITH ANDOUILLE or the CHICKEN LAZONE. l will always be a patron of this restaurant since it's in the heart of the French Quarter and since the food is out of this world. Even the wait staff is great. more

Fabulous 3 course breakfast 4/15/2006

My dad introduced me to breakfast at Brennan's when I was 16. It was amazing the detail and concern the staff has for their diners. I love going in here whenever we visit New Orleans because it's always a grand affair. I always start with the Southern Baked Apple in cream, which has never been anything but great. The next course, usually eggs, is a toss up. Eggs Benedict is absolutely perfection here, but there is another dish whose name escapes me. It has a hunter's sauce and mushrooms and tomatoes with egg in puff pastry. I've had that every time but once, and have never been disappointed. Last course, dessert (for breakfast no less!) is bananas foster, made directly tableside. It's just so nice to sit back and be taken care of and enjoy breakfast at your own pace. Try the Mr. Funk of New Orleans drink, it will definitely go well with whatever you order. You can't miss this if you go to New Orleans, it's the perfect kick off OR top off to your trip. more
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The original Brennan's, opened in 1946, recently emerged from an extensive renovation that spared no effort or expense by new co-owners Terry White and Ralph Brennan. Eight glamorous dining rooms, each steeped in New Orleans architecture and ambiance, celebrate the opulence of dining in a city where breakfast revelry is taken as seriously as a decadent dinner. Acclaimed Chef Slade Rushing's menus are rooted in Creole traditions and are bolstered with contemporary New Orleans influences. Marrying classic and modern techniques yields a decidedly innovative approach and enhances our local, seasonal offerings. Brennan's old-world elegance, fanciful decor and pampering service create a unique and sophisticated backdrop for a most memorable meal. Welcome!


  • The Scene
    A mixed group of brightly clad tourists and smartly dressed regulars. More temperate seasons send diners to the sunny courtyard. Service is relaxed and attentive.


  • 4/27/2004 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sat-Sun 8am-2pm, Daily 6pm-10pm, Mon-Fri 9am-2pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Carte Blanche, Visa, American Express, Diner's Club
  • Neighborhoods:

    French Quarter - CBD, French Quarter