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The Best Brunch Spots In New Orleans

By Chef Amanda Jackson

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Creole cuisine, jazz, hurricanes, and beignets are all high ranking in the reasons that many of us love The Big Easy! No matter the time of year, New Orleans offers the best in entertainment and nightlife. By day, the city is filled with history, art, culture, and some unexpected takes on brunch that can only be found here! Whether you spend your time near the water, partying on Bourbon, or catching the local vibes on Frenchmen St., make sure you catch the best brunches in New Orleans before your departure.

 

Cafe Sbisa

1011 Decatur St
New Orleans, LA 70116

©Cafe Sbisa

Notable Dishes:  Eggs Sbisa, Grillades and Grits, Pain Perdu

 

Katie’s Restaurant & Bar

3701 Iberville St
New Orleans, LA 70119

@katiesinmidcity | Instagram

Notable Dishes:  Eggs Cochon, Crawfish Beignet, Oyster Benedict

 

Lil’ Dizzy’s Cafe

1500 Esplanade Ave
New Orleans, LA 70116

@Kevin J. | Yelp

Notable Dishes:  Jambalaya Omelette, French Toast, The Brunch Buffet

 

Maison Soule

720 St Louis St
New Orleans, LA 70130

@cafesouleandtheparisroom | Instagram

Notable Dishes:  Bananas Foster Waffle, Eggs Lafitte, Monté Cristo

Atchafalaya Restaurant

901 Louisiana Ave
New Orleans, LA 70115

©Atchafalaya Restaurant

Notable Dishes:  Hot House Ham & Cheese, Low Country Benedict, Seafood Stuffed Mirliton

 

Ma Momma’s House of Cornbread, Chicken, and Waffles

5741 Crowder Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70127

@Supreme A. | Yelp

Notable Dishes:  The Cornbread, Southern Fried Shrimp & Grits, Fried Chicken Wings & Waffles


 

Sassafras Restaurant

2501 Leon C Simon Dr
New Orleans, LA 70122

©Sassafras Restaurant

Notable Dishes:  Praline Waffle, Grilled Pork Chop, Hot Sausage Omelette

 

14 Parishes

1638 Clio St
New Orleans, LA 70130

@14parishesnola | Instagram

Notable Dishes: Jerk Chicken & Waffles, Coconut Mojito, Hellshire Whole Escovitch

 

The French Market

Cafe Du Monde

800 Decatur St
French Market
New Orleans, LA 70116

@Marianne W. | Yelp

Notable Menu Items:  Beignets, Hot Chocolate, Cafe Au Lait

 

Meals From The Heart

1100 N Peters St
Ste 13
Farmers Market Food Court Facing French Market
New Orleans, LA 70116

@zack s. | Yelp

Notable Dishes:  Vegan Blueberry Pancakes, Oatmeal and Toppings, Gluten-Free Crab Cake Po Boy 

Saint Cecilia

91 French Market Pl
New Orleans, LA 70116

@Sherri Z. | Yelp

Notable Dishes:  Roast Beef Debris Biscuit, Stuffed French Toast, Honey Nut Sweet Potato Fries

 

Who Dat Coffee Cafe

2401 Burgundy St
New Orleans, LA 70117

@Craig N | Yelp

Notable Dishes:  Not Yo Mama’s Corn Cakes, Da Marigny, Da Crabby Bené

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