Bayona

New American, Mediterranean, Cajun / Creole
$ $ $
430 Dauphine St (btwn St. Louis and Conti)
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 525-4455
Monday
6:00pm - 9:30pm
Tuesday
6:00pm - 9:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 9:30pm
Thursday
11:30am - 9:30pm
Friday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Saturday
11:30am - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • A tip from our expert reviewer, Fodors: "A legendary favorite at lunch is the sandwich of smoked duck, cashew peanut butter, and pepper jelly." -On TripExpert
  • Try the Stormy Morning!
  • The lunch is delicious, and it is only made better in the beautiful courtyard.
  • Exceptional and innovative cooking. Owned by Susan Spicer (who recently popped up on an episode of Treme).
  • Duck was insane! Reservations before 8 have a better shot of not having things sold out. Didn't get to try a lot of what I wanted due to reservation at 9
  • The sweetbreads are pretty fantastic if you like that sort of thing.
  • Sweetbreads and Chateau Puygueraud Cab/Merlot 2002. My life has changed and I now want to be a foodie. Get this.
  • The crispy quail salad us AMAZING!
  • The lounge is an interesting place to get a drink.
  • I took the advice from the tips on here and ordered the sweetbreads plate for the first time in my life. Do it. Order the sweetbreads. You won't regret it.
  • Don't be afraid of Bayona if you're a vegetarian. There are several items on the menu that are easily made "safe." Or you can let the chef come up with something special.
  • This restaurant blends Mediterranean, Creole, Southern, and New American cuisines into one scrumptious style of cooking. Most of the ingredients (produce AND seafood) are local and seasonal.
  • The peanut butter duck sandwich was out of this world, and even the story behind on how it was created is even mind blowing
  • Food delicious, cocktails great, and amazing atmosphere. Sat outside in the garden at the rear but the restaurant inside looks lovely too.
  • June 2005, we had a great dinner here!
  • Best chocolate ice cream ever.
  • The sweetbreads are amazing
  • Great place for brunch with local dishes. Nice and cozy environment. Very tasty duck. Highly recommended.
  • Good options on the menu! I had the Duck and it was good. Scallops were great!
  • I loved everything about this place. The food and service were both top notch. The salmon was probably the best I've ever had.

Nearby places

718 Saint Peter St (at Bourbon St.)
214 Royal St (in Hotel Monteleone)
941 Bourbon St (at St Philip St)