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4 Great Brunch Spots In New Orleans

4 Great Brunch Spots In New Orleans


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Don’t call it a comeback. New Orleans’ food has long been worth writing home about, but recent years have seen disasters strike Louisiana’s most vibrant city time and again. Local flavors in New Orleans are clearly too strong to be tempered by hardship and the restaurant scene down south is still humming. So we asked four locals for their favorite brunch spots in the Big Easy. Did they name your favorite?

Tell us what you think in the comments.

Location: City Park

Cuisine: New Orleans/French

See more of Ian McNulty’s New Orleans picks.

(Photo courtesy of Ralph's On The Park)

Dante’s Kitchen

Location: East Carrollton

Cuisine: Southern

See more of Trey Rinalta’s New Orleans picks.

(Photo courtesy of Flickr/Infrogmation)

Location: Uptown New Orleans

Cuisine: Creole/Cajun

See more of Chris Hannah’s New Orleans picks.

(Photo courtesy of Flickr/JustUptown)

Location: Uptown New Orleans

Cuisine: Seafood

(Photo courtesy of Casamento's)


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Savory eats fill the menu at this cafe with two Magazine Street locations spanning Uptown and the Lower Garden District. Surrey’s boasts favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster French Toast. For health-conscious diners, the spot offers fresh squeezed organic juices, gluten-free selections and vegan options. Cheaper dishes run around $4, and more pricey options can range from $11 – $15 bucks. You can also build your own breakfast by shopping the a la carte menu. When planning to dine, make sure you open your schedule for a wait. Surrey’s can get pretty packed, and the spot doesn’t accept reservations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.



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