5 Most Delicious Boozy Brunches In The French Quarter

Emma Colosia Emma Colosia

5 Most Delicious Boozy Brunches In The French Quarter

Have a delicious brunch without leaving the French Quarter.

The French Quarter in New Orleans is known for its vibrant nightlife. But what about its scrumptious mornings? Head over to the historic area and enjoy breakfast with a side of cocktails.

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite spots to enjoy brunch in the French Quarter.

1. Antoine’s

Good morning New Orleans! Head over to Antoine’s and enjoy their jazz brunch. It’s served between 10:30 am and 2:30 pm and it includes avocado toast, creole tomato salad, alligator bisque, and more.
Where: 📍713 Saint Louis Street


2. Arnaud’s

What about Sunday brunch with a bloody mary? They offer an extensive three-course prix fixe brunch that features waffles, shrimp bisque, turtle soup, gumbo, eggs benedict, crab cakes, Mississippi mud pie, and a lot more! The price of your entrée selection will be the price of your complete brunch.
Where: 📍French 75 Bar 813 Bienville St


3. Ruby Slipper Cafe

There’s brunch daily at the Ruby Slipper Cafe. Their menu is to die for! Don’t forget to sip on a Ruby mimosa or a Sazerac. Yum.
Where: 📍204 Decatur St



4. Cafe Amelie

Brunch is served Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Cafe Amelie has an outdoor courtyard that makes you feel like you’re in a secret garden inside NOLA.
Where: 📍912 Royal St


5. Café Fleur de Lis

Mornings are always good at Cafe Fleur de Lis. Their menu was traditional southern dishes and cocktails to get your booze on!
Where: 📍307 Chartres St.

Featured image by Helena Lopes.

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