Since 1880, Commander’s Palace has defined New Orleans' Creole cuisine daily and during its popular jazz brunch. As Zagat’s most popular restaurant in New Orleans for 18 years counting, the aqua and white façade is iconic and the James Beard-awarded food shines in dishes like chicory coffee-lacquered quail or a dish of wild Louisiana white shrimp, tasso ham, pickled okra, sweet onions, 5-pepper jelly and Crystal hot sauce beurre blanc. Please note that Commander's Palace requires business attire. Collared shirts and closed toe shoes required and jacket preferred for gentlemen.
1403 Washington Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70130