Brennan’s, the classic French Quarter restaurant, is the furthest thing from ‘cutting edge’ dining. But thanks to timeless dishes, killer cocktails and flaming desserts, breakfast at Brennan’s is a mandatory stop for food travelers who visit New Orleans.
Check out the Bywater neighborhood once you’ve had your fill of the French Quarter in New Orleans. After you experience the Bywater’s unique blend of bohemians, architecture and food, you’ll wonder why it took you so long to get there.
Dining trends come and go but an epic three martini lunch is a timeless way to experience the magic at one of the grand dining dames of New Orleans.
Willie Mae’s Scotch House in New Orleans claims to have America’s best fried chicken. That’s an ambitious claim… but we agree.