Brunch New Orleans

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marydennis
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2003/10/31 15:11:40 (permalink)

Brunch New Orleans

I's sure this is an overworked subject but I am new to this website and I need a reccommndation in a hurry. Brunch in New Orleans-either buffet or menu.
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Brunch New Orleans 2003/10/31 15:21:17 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by marydennis

    I's sure this is an overworked subject but I am new to this website and I need a reccommndation in a hurry. Brunch in New Orleans-either buffet or menu.


    I haven't been to New Orleans in a number of years, but I could not ever pass up Breakfast at Brennan's. Ah, the eggs Sardou, the Banannas Foster.
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    RE: Brunch New Orleans 2003/10/31 15:24:59 (permalink)
    I agree........breakfast at Brennan's is very special, very expensive and worth the experience at least once in your life.
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    RE: Brunch New Orleans 2003/10/31 15:41:00 (permalink)
    Brennans
    call for a reservation
    have a steak with your eggs
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    RE: Brunch New Orleans 2003/10/31 15:57:37 (permalink)
    There is an outrageous Sunday brunch at the Royal Sonesta. BUT--Brennan's is hard to beat.
    The "Gospel Brunch" at the "House of Blues" on Sunday morning is a great experience (mimosas and all) but the food is adequate, not exactly outstanding. But they rush you out after the performance to get ready for the next "set".
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    RE: Brunch New Orleans 2003/10/31 16:07:41 (permalink)
    We have always enjoyed the jazz brunch at Commander's Palace best of all. The menu is sensational and you will not eat again until late that night. Ask for the garden room..........it is lovely.
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    RE: Brunch New Orleans 2003/10/31 18:28:13 (permalink)
    Adding to the excellent suggestions above ...

    The Gospel Brunch at the Praline Connection

    Begue's at the Royal Sonesta

    Rib Room at the Royal Orleans

    Palace Cafe on Canal Street

    I would avoid The Court of Two Sisters as it's seen better days but is still lovely and a fair value for your money, but since I remember it as it once was ,,, it's off my list ..
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    RE: Brunch New Orleans 2003/11/02 15:31:08 (permalink)
    I'm in the airport right now, still savoring my amazing brunch yesterday at Commander's. If you are still in New Orleans, head to Commander's and yes, avoid Court of two sisters.
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