Brigtsen's Restaurant

Row 1

723 Dante St
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 861-7610
Cajun / Creole, Wine Bar, American
$ $ $ $
Tue–Sat: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Savor the Blackened Flavor: the blackened tuna with smoked corn sauce is a modern classic. -Gambit's Five in 5
  • Great place to try paneed rabbit- it's made with a sesame crust and served with an excellent Creole mustard sauce.
  • The signature dishsesame-crusted, shallow-fried rabbit served with mustard sauceis a masterful blend of Cajun ingredients and Creole technique. More places to eat like a local:
  • Great spot for a true New Orleans dining experience
  • Alon Shaya, chef of Domenica, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Roast duck.
  • If you have room for dessert, note that the pecan pie is excellent.
  • The baked oysters with crab and shrimp dish- Gambit's Five in 5 dishes that pay tribute to Nola greats.
  • Delicious jalapeo shrimp cornbread!
  • Great service. Excellent food.
  • Absolutely everything was delicious that I had. The shrimp and grits....omg
  • You can't go wrong with the Veal Parmesan.
  • New Orleanians fill up the three slightly dated dining roomsthink creaky floors and '80s artwork of this clapboard cottage to dine on rich rabbit-andouille gumbo & roasted duck in honey-pecan gravy.
  • Brigtsen's knows the secret to Southern food: simple honest cooking done exceedingly well. Try the pecan pie, a "sit back, relax and luxuriate in the moment kind of pie."
  • Check out Brigtsen's Restaurant as seen on Best Thing I Ever Ate , Rachael Ray - $40 a Day
  • I want this to be the first and the last meal of my life on earth because it feels like heaven!!!!
  • Good food and incredibly friendly staff! The lemon creme brle was great!
  • try the rabbit tenderloin, seafood platter & pecan pie
  • Menu changes regularly
  • Everything I had here was amazing. Recommend the duck and any of the crme brles.
  • Locals love this restaurant for the native food with a spin. The head chef is an avid fisher, so expect the seafood to be excellent. You should also try the rabbit-andouille gumbo, rich & flavorful.

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