|Chef's Jazz Brunch Special|
We stayed in the French Quarter and it was very easy to get to the Garden District via the St. Charles Streetcar. Get off on Washington Street and walk two blocks southeast to Washington and Coliseum. You can't miss the bright aqua Victorian building. If you have time and weather permits, the Garden District is a wonderful neighborhood to walk around in. The streets are lined with beautiful Victorian mansions that are sure to give you house envy. If you're lucky, you might even see Sandra Bullock (she owns a home just a block away from the restaurant).
The restaurant has a dress code—unsurprising for an establishment of this caliber. Jackets are preferred and collared shirts and closed-toed shoes are required for gentlemen. No shorts, flip-flops, t-shirts, sweat shirts or sweat pants and jeans are discouraged.
|Weekend Jazz Brunch|
1403 Washington Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
at the corner of Coliseum Street in the Garden District
Reservations: call or on their website (online reservations are limited)
Favorite Dishes: turtle soup, shrimp and tasso henican, bread pudding souffle
If you go for brunch, I highly recommend you request a table in the upstairs Garden Room when making your reservation. The floor to ceiling windows overlooking the courtyard and massive oak trees make it feel like you're dining in a treetop fairy castle.