New Orleans tradition at Brennan's


Celebrating its 70th birthday this year, this fine dining establishment has been a New Orleans’ tradition since 1946. Emerging from an extensive no-expense spared restoration, Brennans’ famous pink building located in the iconic French Quarter is one of the city’s most cherished landmarks, where past meets present. Exuding old-world charm and glamour in every detail throughout its eight opulent dining rooms, the restaurant sits on bustling Royal Street, with the front dining room, named Vieux Carre, enjoying the prime location for people watching. Renowned for its decadent, lavish breakfasts, contemporary Creole cuisine and signature dessert dish Bananas Foster, Brennans’ philosophy on timeless elegance, fanciful décor and pampering service continues to charm guests from all over the world. To celebrate its milestone anniversary, favourite dishes from original menus, such as Frog Legs Bathurst, and Crabmeat Lundi Gras, have been recreated with modern flair and will feature as specials during breakfast service, along with vintage Brennan’s cocktails.

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