The Junior League of New Orleans is excited to have you in our amazing city this January. We’ve setup opportunities for you to enjoy a meal at one of our best restaurants. If you wish to sign up for a group dinner on Friday, January 25, click the Secure Spot link under the restaurant that interests you and proceed to the screens to make your reservation with us!
Brennan’s | 417 Royal Street, French Quarter
504-525-9711 | www.brennansneworleans.com
A New Orleans Tradition | Executive Chef Slade Rushing
Brennan’s iconic pink facade fronts a rollicking yet refined symphony of splendid ambiance, impeccable service, and modern Creole cooking. Our spirited breakfast and flaming Bananas Foster are timeless indulgences. The sparkling Roost Bar and Courtyard Champagne sabering are notable new traditions.
Cochon | 930 Tchoupitoulas Street Suite A, Warehouse District
504-588-2123 | www.cochonrestaurant.com
Imaginative Cajun Cuisine | Chefs Donald Link and Stephen Stryjewski
This James Beard Foundation Award Best New Restaurant nominee serves traditional Cajun cuisine, especially pork dishes, sourced from local purveyors. Set in a rustic space in the Warehouse District, Cochon is just two blocks from the art galleries of Julia Street.
Meril | 424 Girod Street, Warehouse District
504-526-3745 | www.emerilsrestaurants.com/meril
Casual Contemporary Cuisine | Chef Emeril Lagasse and Chef de Cuisine Will Avelar
Named after his daughter, Meril is Chef Emeril Lagasse’s fourth restaurant in New Orleans and showcases some of his favorite dishes, from Korean short ribs to Spanish-style croquettes. The casual restaurant interior is marked by a signature open style kitchen and a large bar area, featuring a varied wine selection and craft cocktails.
Palace Café | 605 Canal Street, French Quarter
504-523-1661 | www.palacecafe.com
American, Seafood, Cajun | Casual Attire
This classic New Orleans restaurant, located at the foot of the French Quarter, serves contemporary Creole food in an upbeat and lively grand café. As bearers of the torch keeping Creole cuisine alive and vital, Dickie Brennan and Palace Café’s culinary team are constantly evolving traditional Creole dishes and creating a few new favorites.
Red Fish Grill | 115 Bourbon Street, French Quarter
504-598-1200 | www.redfishgrill.com
Casual New Orleans Seafood | Executive Chef Austin Kirzner
Friends don’t let friends eat frozen fish! This vibrant, seafood-centric, polished-casual landmark anchors the first block of Bourbon Street and delivers innovative twists on casual New Orleans seafood. The lively décor, expansive bar, and laid-back vibe beckons both the young and young at heart.