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Broussard's, New Orleans

Broussard's - New Orleans, Louisiana
819 Conti Street, New Orleans, LA 70112Map
+1 504 581 3866
Neighborhood: French Quarter
Cuisine: Austrian, German & Swiss,Seafood

Built in 1834, Broussard's was once known as the Borello Mansion. In 1920, Joseph Broussard and his wife Rosalie Borello opened the lower level of this mansion to the public as a small restaurant. The subtle elegance and the imperial decor are reminiscent of Napoleonic days gone by. Broussard's Parisian culinary training, coupled with his demand for perfection, made this a five-star restaurant. Choose from such Creole classics as Pompano Evelyn or baked filet of redfish.

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By EDM | Posted 10/26/12
  By far my FAVORITE restaurant in the city. The chowder alone is worth flying to New Orleans. A quiet, romantic location with great food and service. What more could you want?...   Read More
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  • Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 05:30 PM to 10:00 PM
  • Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard, amex
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2 nd most recommended restaurant in New Orleans, LA