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Nestled in the middle of the Garden District, stands this turquoise and white Victorian fantasy of a building— complete with turrets, columns, and gingerbread.

Since 1880, Commander’s Palace has been a New Orleans landmark known for the award winning quality of its food and many commodious dining rooms. The history of this famous restaurant offers a glimpse into New Orleans’ ante-bellum past. In the early 1880’s, when Louisiana officially joined the nation, eager young Anglo-Saxons flocked to this promising territory to make their fortunes. Since the Vieux Carre was the stronghold of the proud Creoles, these “Americans” (as they were defined by the Creoles) sought a residential section of their own. Thus was born the Garden District, with its stately Greek Revival homes and quiet, tree lined streets.

That’s the Commander’s atmosphere; like a well run party given by old friends. Flowers, conviviality and most important, splendid food and wines!!! What could be more fun?

Business Casual attire is acceptable, jackets preferred at dinner. No shorts or t-shirts accepted at any time. Men must have closed-toe shoes.

Monday – Friday: 11:30 am – 2:00 pm


Jazz Brunch
Featuring a special menu and Live New Orleans Jazz by the Joe Simon’s Jazz Trio
Saturday: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Sunday: 10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Restaurant Closed:
Christmas Day
Mardi Gras Day

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