Court of Two Sisters Restaurant
The Court of Two Sisters Restaurant is one of the prime places to go in New Orleans Louisana which offers a decidedly New Orleans dining experience through culinary and cultural offerings for a truly memorable meal. The entrees may vary from day to day so there is always a new delicious food item to enjoy on each visit. It has been in the heart of the French Quarter for over two centuries now, although it wasn't always a first-class eatery. The Court of Two Sisters is so named because of a Notions Shop that was owned and operated by two sisters, Emma and Bertha Camors, around the turn of the century.
The Rue Royale, where the Restaurant is located, is rich in history, once having housed five Louisiana governors, two Louisiana Supreme Court justices, a justice of the US Supreme Court and a president of the United States. It is easy to relax and enjoy yourself in this historic location, especially when fabulous Creole cuisine wafts through the streets.
After hitting all the wonderful activities in the city head over to The Court of Two Sisters which offers a mouthwatering brunch with authentic Creole fare every day. The food isn't the only entertainment, however; the restaurant's own jazz trio plays brilliantly while you eat. If you make it to the restaurant for dinner, a delicious Creole a La Carte dinner menu is presented every evening. The restaurant is one of the best New Orleans vacation ideas for couples and is also the perfect location for parties, weddings, and receptions, and has been named a long list of 'bests,' including:
- Best Breakfast/Brunch -- Southern Living Magazine
- Reader's Choice Award Winner
- Best Place for Breakfast or Brunch - New Orleans Magazine
- Best Outdoor Dining - New Orleans Magazine
- Magellan Awards Silver Winner
- Travel Weekly
- Award of Excellence - Wine Spectator Magazine
- Best Brunch - Gambit Weekly
Best Outdoor Dining in New Orleans - Best of CitySearch
- What is included in the price of a meal voucher or card for Court of Two Sisters Restaurant?
Includes a live jazz performance and a brunch buffet.
- Does Court of Two Sisters Restaurant feature a bar or lounge area?
- What kind of photography is allowed at Court of Two Sisters Restaurant?
Cameras are permitted.
- Is Court of Two Sisters Restaurant handicap accessible?
- Is parking available at Court of Two Sisters Restaurant?
There is nearby paid public parking available.