New Orleans LA 70130
This is what you should know about Galatoire’s: The food is classic Creole, all-around New Orleans in style, and it’s not on your diet; the menu has changed little over the past century-plus and is full of things like turtle soup au sherry, crabmeat au gratin, and eggs Sardou (with creamed spinach, artichoke hearts, and hollandaise); and you’ll have a good time if you go in hungry — and a better time if you go in hungry with a regular at your side. — Yasmin Fahr
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The worst service in New Orleans. She's loud, rude. Her name is Tacy. And yes, the food is excellent!
Fantastic food and great service!!
Pide las ostras Rockefeller y un entrante frío que te ponen cangrejo de mar y de rio y gambas. También la berenjena rellena esta buenísima. Vuelvo el martes a probara más cosas. Shannon
Oysters Rockefeller are amazing
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 Meunière Amandine and Oysters Rockefeller are to die for.
Too full for dessert? Order the Café Brûlot, a giant bowl of tableside-flambéed coffee with orange liqueur and spices. Via CityEats.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!
This restaurant is home to CIA Alumnus Michael Sichel. Get more info on where he got his degree.
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!
The Stuffed Eggplant.
Having a reflective moment in Galatoire’s mirrored dining room.
Try the golden-crusted cauliflower au gratin, it's a classic side.
Be sure to order Cafe Brulot at the end of the meal!
Broiled pompano topped with crab is terrific (and the shrimp remoulade)
A must when in New Orleans. Lunch is the time to Go! Do not sit Upstairs, the Siberia of Galatoire's. Only take a table in the Main Dining Room on the ground floor if you want the Full Galatoire exper
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 souffléed potatoes), nor do the charming waite
There's no server in all of New Orleans better than Shannon!
Crabmeat Maison is great, as is the Turtle Soup, and get a sazerac! www.biteandbooze.com
Get here early on Friday for lunch, because you'll be dining with the New Orleans business elite. French-Creole classics are on the menu here, like thick, peppery gumbo and steak with bearnaise sauce.
The Crabmeat Maison and the Crabmeat Sardou are fantastic.