17 expert reviews
“Commander’s Palace opened in the 1890s and is the quintessential New Orleans restaurant.”
– The Infatuation
"If you doubt the concept of "elegant excess," book a long weekday lunch at Commander's, in the relaxed Garden District. The legendary flagship of the Brennan's restaurant dynasty hosts..."
"No restaurant captures New Orleans's gastronomic heritage and celebratory spirit as well as this grande dame of New Orleans fine dining." Full review
"Renovated after Katrina, the Palace is a local institution, revered for its refined Creole cuisine."
"It's an impeccable mainstay of Creole cooking and knowledgeable, friendly service, in the heart of the gorgeous Garden District." Full review
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"A local institution for more than a century, Commander’s Palace was first established in the Garden District in 1880." Full review
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