813 Bienville Street, New Orleans
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.
Drag Diva Brunch at The Fillmore New Orleans
6 Canal Street, New Orleans
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Drag Diva Brunch is the premier choice for celebrations of all kinds! Your ticket is ALL-INCLUSIVE: full southern brunch buffet, reserved table seating and complimentary mimosa. With a variety of themes and a fabulous local cast of Drag Divas, it’s the most fun at brunch you’ll ever have!
Gospel Brunch at House of Blues
225 Decatur Street, New Orleans
This House of Blues WORLD-FAMOUS Gospel Brunch is a foot stomping, napkin waving good time! Enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet including southern specialties, tender carving stations, UNLIMITED MIMOSAS and more. Great for large parties and for the entire family. Every Sunday at 10 a.m.
333 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans
Luke offers a classic New Orleans brunch boasting a lively atmosphere and a menu that highlights seasonal local ingredients. Luke is the spot to enjoy the weekend with family and friends by sharing a plate of a seasonal favorite, Crawfish Home Fries or a classic Shrimp and Grits.
Ralph’s On The Park
900 City Park Avenue, New Orleans
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.
125 Camp Street, New Orleans
Expect the unexpected at Red Gravy! Chef de Cuisine Roseann cooks everything from scratch and to order with fresh ingredients. The cozy, colorful bistro also features Roseann’s own handmade pottery. Voted #1 Brunch on Open Table’s Top 10 Brunches in New Orleans – you don’t want to miss the new spring menu!
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Voted #1 Place for Breakfast in New Orleans Magazine’sTops of the Town, Ruby Slipper is famous for bringing New Orleans flair to brunch classics. The culinary team has crafted a Spring Seasonal menu, which includes Roast Beef Po’boy Benedict, Carnival-inspired Stuffed French Toast and ‘Cereal and Milk’ Pancakes (pictured). Ruby Slipper is open seven days a week for breakfast, brunch and lunch.
412 Girod Street, New Orleans
Vyoone’s offers a unique French flare In a historic warehouse building with private dining for large group events. Enjoy brunch cocktails and delicious menus all day Saturday and Sunday 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Relax in French Quarter-style courtyard with serene fountain and occasional live jazz music.