Galatoire's

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209 Bourbon St (at Iberville St)
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 525-2021
Cajun / Creole, Speakeasy, French
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM

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  • Too full for dessert? Order the Caf Brlot, a giant bowl of tableside-flambed coffee with orange liqueur and spices. Via CityEats.com
  • The Crabmeat Maison and the Crabmeat Sardou are fantastic.
  • Try the golden-crusted cauliflower au gratin, it's a classic side.
  • Having a reflective moment in Galatoires mirrored dining room.
  • Crabmeat Maison is great, as is the Turtle Soup, and get a sazerac! www.biteandbooze.com
  • Check out our brand new, beautiful bar w new specialty cocktail menu in the works next door @215 bourbon st...new steakhouse and official grand opening coming in March 2013!
  • Be sure to order Cafe Brulot at the end of the meal!
  • Try the Godchaux Salad - Bit like a shrimp cocktail meets a chef salad. Shrimp, anchovies, tomato, egg, tangy mustard dressing.
  • Stop by and try one of my personal signature cocktails, the 'Mona Lisa' and 'Fleur de Lisa' are growing more and more popular every Friday!
  • prime rib is among the best I've ever had!!
  • Amazing. The soft shelled crab is delicious, the oysters Rockefeller are wonderful, and the bananas foster is a treat!!
  • John Besh, chef of Borgne, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Souffl potatoes.
  • Try the Crab Maison
  • The worst service in New Orleans. She's loud, rude. Her name is Tacy. And yes, the food is excellent!
  • Classic high end New Orleans food and atmosphere. A cross between 5 star elegance and a place where you walk and talk to folks. The Poisson Meunire Amandine and Oysters Rockefeller are to die for.
  • Food here is pretty good..two thumbs up
  • This restaurant is home to CIA Alumnus Michael Sichel. Get more info on where he got his degree.
  • Broiled pompano topped with crab is terrific (and the shrimp remoulade)
  • The filets are delicious. Also get the sweet potato cheesecake for dessert. Very good.
  • Yes, gentlemen, jackets are required at this one-of-a-kind French Quarter classic founded in 1905. The menu doesn't change (order oysters Rockefeller and souffled potatoes), nor do the charming waite