Arnaud’s Restaurant

813 Bienville St., New Orleans
(504) 523-5433

 Arnaud’s Sunday Jazz Brunch adds another layer of New Orleans charm, with the sounds of Dixieland accompanying a decadent and leisurely meal with sweet starters such as the Creole Cream Cheese Evangeline and savory entrées like Eggs Fauteaux or Grillades & Grits.




Private Chef Catering by Chris Cody

(504) 473-6350

Chef Chris Cody provides a unique private dining experience for you and your guests in your home or event venue using hand-selected, fresh ingredients and local, artisan products for scratch cooking. Call today to work with Chef Cody on a custom specialty menu for your next event!




Luke Restaurant

333 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans
(504) 378-2840

Luke is a Creole-inspired Brasserie located in the heart of New Orleans’ Central Business District on world-famous St. Charles Avenue, steps from the French Quarter. Luke serves up classic creole dishes like the brunch go to shrimp and grits.





2027 Magazine St., New Orleans
(504) 309-3401

Join Mayas every Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.  
Enjoy ½-price all sparkling wine and We Make It Mimosa with your choice of different juices. Try our new Arepas, Baleadas, Carne Asada or Sesame Softshell Crab.




Ralph’s On The Park

900 City Park Ave., New Orleans
(504) 448-1000

Springtime dining at its finest – weekend brunch at Ralph’s on the Park offers breathtaking views of City Park and bottomless bubbles, Mimosas and Rosé.  Enjoy shareable appetizers and seasonal entrées including Crawfish Cakes & Poached Eggs and Strawberry French Toast.




Red Gravy

125 Camp St., New Orleans
(504) 561-8844

Voted #1 Brunch and Italian in New Orleans Magazine’s Tops of the Town, Red Gravy is a cozy bistro where everything is made with love and dedicated to tradition. Chef and owner Roseann sources her ingredients locally or makes it herself. Open Wednesday through Monday 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.




The Country Club

634 Louisa St., New Orleans
(504) 945-0742

Chef Chris Barbato’s dishes are expertly crafted with local ingredients inspired by Italian-French and Creole-Southern heritages. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday with dishes like Beef Debris and Eggs, Duck Confit Salad and an amazing Bloody Mary bar and bottomless mimosas. Drag brunch on Saturday requires advance reservations.




The Grill Room at Windsor Court

300 Gravier St., New Orleans
(504) 522-1994

Served with a side of traditional New Orleans jazz, weekend brunch at The Grill Room boasts a Bubble Bar for build-your-own mimosas and a menu of small and large plates, including specialty dishes like Eggs Atchafalaya and Stuffed Beignets.