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Antoine's Restaurant

Antoine's Restaurant

Cajun and Creole Restaurant, Cocktail Bar, and French Restaurant$$$$
French Quarter, New Orleans
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    NOLA Nites Concierge | Meloney Smith
    "Oysters Rockefeller served with a side of history at Antoine’s"(14 Tips)
    "Café Brulot Is the epitome of this restuarants old-world"(3 Tips)
    Nelson V. G.
    "Sazerac cocktail"(2 Tips)
    Moe W.
    "Go to the Hermes bar if you just want a midday taste"(2 Tips)
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  • good service
  • bread pudding
  • gumbo
  • desserts
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  • Pia W.heart icon on user image
    Pia WilsonApril 1, 2018
    The food here is delicious, and the service is even better. Had the Filet du Poisson Gulf Pontchatrain. Flaky, buttery, and the crabmeat was flavorful.The bread pudding for dessert was outstanding!
  • Kelsey A.heart icon on user image
    Kelsey AndersonNovember 26, 2014
    Have the Oysters Rockefeller and make sure you request a tour after your meal. Our waiter Alvin was great and took his time giving us the tour and the history of the building.
  • Arun N.
    Arun NandiSeptember 5, 2014
    Sit at the bar and listen to the bartender'a stories about the history of absinthe or most other drinks. Very well read and travelled guy.
  • Nelson V. G.heart icon on user image
    Nelson V. GuevaraMay 12, 2019
    Since 1840 this New Orleans Ivón is been serving amazing food. I would try the oysters Rockefeller, the alligator bisque is to die for, The Sazerac cocktail is amazing.
  • Fluying ✅.
    Fluying ✅February 2, 2019
    If looking for an experience dessert, nothing can go wrong with cherries jubile (brandy flames cherries with ice cream). Just prepare you phone to film it.
  • Doug W.heart icon on user image
    Doug WMay 9, 2017
    Oldest restaurant in the US, 177 years and still the original family. Kinda pricy but the food is great and worth it for the history. Make sure to check out the wine cellar.
  • Buford D.
    Buford DouglasMarch 15, 2019
    Est. 1840. Created Oysters Rockefeller in 1899, which were named after John D. Rockefeller, then the richest man in the world, as the dish was promoted as the richest dish in the world.
  • Doris H.
    Doris HuMarch 15, 2015
    Great food. Decent service. Ran out of bread at 8:30pm on a Monday night. You have to get the Baked Alaska. Make sure you let them know how many people are eating it because they adjust the portions.
  • Maximum B.heart icon on user image
    Maximum BurgerJanuary 25, 2018
    Outstanding service, decor and great room for private parties. Wedge salad (Roquefort) good but bleu cheese was heavy; grilled corn (mais) WAY too salty. Shrimp remoulade and desserts were great.
  • William N.heart icon on user image
    William NewmanOctober 8, 2018
    Most amazing service I have ever had in a restaurant, water glasses were always full. Food was very good and even though we were a large group they served us quickly and at the same time.
  • Nick B.heart icon on user image
    Nick BuzinskiOctober 19, 2017
    Great soup, duck, and bread pudding in the fall '17 prix fixe lunch. Tour after the meal was nice, awesome to see the still-sealed vintage liquor collection.
  • Susan W.heart icon on user image
    Susan WellfordAugust 8, 2014
    Fantastic, upscale dinner in NOLA. The Chateaubriand is incredible! And try the Oysters Rockefeller. Not a fan of the fries, but no matter. This place is great!
  • Nicoleheart icon on user image
    NicoleSeptember 9, 2018
    Service is first class. Baked Alaska for 2 but more like 4. Went for Brunch on a Sunday & the menus was slightly different. Cool old school atmosphere and ask for a tour.
  • Lauren L.
    Lauren LaneDecember 30, 2011
    The most beautiful and historic restaurant in the city. Ive been coming for 22 years. Ask for James...same waiter for my family for 26 years. Get oysters foche and Rockefeller. Trout with crab is divi
  • GourmetLive
    GourmetLiveNovember 11, 2010
    Café Brulot Is the epitome of this restuarants old-world, over-the-top grandeur. A server ladels flmaing brandy-spiked coffee down a spiral of orange zest into a silver bowl heated by a ring of fire.
  • Stephen S.
    Stephen SandersAugust 30, 2013
    Awesome $20 three course lunch at this historic restaurant. There's nothing else like it in America. It's food and hospitality are remnants of a more elegant era.
  • Fluying ✅.
    Fluying ✅February 2, 2019
    Amazing restaurant, looks and feels as it has +250 of history, wait it has! Great service, ambient and food.
  • Moe W.heart icon on user image
    Moe WilliamsApril 26, 2016
    Make sure you take a tour! This is my favorite place in the city. Go to the Hermes bar if you just want a midday taste
  • Germán S.
    Oysters rockefeller is a must! Algo the Soft Shell Crab
  • Gloria C.
    Gloria ChinFebruary 19, 2013
    Bourdain sampled their Oysters Rockefeller which was invented here. also oldest operating restaurant in the US
  • Derek F.heart icon on user image
    Derek FlanzraichJune 10, 2018
    Food is great, place is epic. Definitely don’t miss the restaurant tour after you’re done— ask your waiter!
  • Racky R.
    Racky RossJuly 29, 2015
    Great food, I think it's one of the oldest restaurants in the French Quarter, nice old-fashioned atmosphere too!
  • Jeni W.heart icon on user image
    Jeni WrightNovember 16, 2016
    Beautiful restaurant - oysters Rockefeller were great, as was the alligator soup. Sazerac cocktail was excellent
  • Andrea O.
    Andrea O'DowdMarch 22, 2011
    Lunch time is perfect. No crowd. Paul is an excellent server. The 'old school' servers give you that 'olden days' vibe. Can't beat the $20 lunch special with .25 martinis!
  • Mark L.
    Mark LoveAugust 29, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Lunch summer Prix fixed is a steal. We had a great meal and service. Love wandering the various room and looking at all the history on the walls.
  • George L.heart icon on user image
    George LeeJune 22, 2015
    Oysters and banana foster! Nice view of the quarter from the balcony. Had a nice time here.
  • Travel Channel
    Travel ChannelJanuary 30, 2012
    Tony Bourdain sampled the Oysters Rockefeller, a dish invented at Antoine's, which is the oldest operating restaurant in the United States. Read more
  • Bert d.
    Bert de KlerkFebruary 22
    A great experience. Our waiter,Flex, was wonderful and very attentive and worked very hard to please us.
  • Nelson V. G.heart icon on user image
    Nelson V. GuevaraMay 12, 2019
    The creole gumbo is amazing! The wine list and it’s cellar is outstanding
  • Megheart icon on user image
    MegAugust 18, 2014
    Take some time to stroll through and check out all the Antoine's historic memorabilia on the walls.
  • Megheart icon on user image
    MegSeptember 1, 2014
    The oysters Bienville are wonderful amazing delectable!
  • Abdarrahman A.
    Abdarrahman Al-SharifJanuary 3, 2015
    Gads great dinner with old friends,this place never disappoint . The food and the atmosphere just unreal.
  • NOLA Nites Concierge | Meloney Smith
    We love the Oysters Rockefeller served with a side of history at Antoine’s, where the dish originated in 1899.
  • Shane B.heart icon on user image
    Shane BowlingOctober 7, 2017
    Delicious. Ask for a tour after dinner! Ask for Jeffrey.
  • Lola J.
    Lola JuarezAugust 21, 2014
    Absolutely fabulous, the service, the food, their selections, all top rate.
  • Andrew BC 翁 Ô.heart icon on user image
    Andrew BC 翁 ÔNGJune 26, 2015
    Fantastic spot to dine with nice atmosphere
  • Peggy G.
    Peggy GartinMarch 31, 2023
    Good things for brunch: Café Brulot Diabolique, Eggs Sardou, Baked Alaska.
  • Todd H.heart icon on user image
    Todd HanshawApril 5, 2016
    Has a great reputation and I don't know where it went because it was frap when I was there food was wrong and cooked horribly when it did arrive
  • Gambit New Orleans
    Gambit New OrleansApril 24, 2013
    Old Creole classics include Oysters bonne femme, shrimp Regua and mini baked Alaska. Read more
  • Cajun TV N.heart icon on user image
    Cajun TV NetworkAugust 5, 2014
    You have to visit this place when in New Orleans...Totally Awesome!
  • Sarah M.heart icon on user image
    Sarah MonsonJune 4, 2016
    My husbands steak was so flavorful and tender. My crab stuffed fish was okay, could have had more flavor.
  • Ken H.heart icon on user image
    Ken HicksApril 13, 2018
    Oysters & Shrimp and Grits were great
  • NOLA Nites Concierge | Meloney Smith
    We love peering into Antoine’s wine cavern through its rear window (between 519 and 521 Royal Street).
  • Selin W.
    Selin WoldFebruary 23, 2013
    You can't beat the $0.25 cocktails and $20.13 three course menu!
  • Mark L.
    Mark LombardiAugust 17, 2014
    Get the Baked Alaska. Great way to end a great dinner.
  • James F.heart icon on user image
    James ForrestJanuary 20, 2013
    Great food. Make sure Alvin is your waiter, he gives the best tours!
  • Sheldon M.
    Sheldon MorleyNovember 27, 2010
    Baked Alaska made me want to curl up in a ball and cry for my mommy. Oddly enough, that was a good thing. Get it! Also, Charlie is a top notch server.
  • Dave J.
    Dave JeromeJanuary 2, 2011
    Go next door to Hermes, same kitchen, less price-get the Gumbo, it's exceptional. Antoines, if you want others to know you've spent more money for the ambiance, rather than the food...go next door, an
  • Marcia R.heart icon on user image
    Marcia RaedJune 28, 2016
    Loved everything, the wine list is amazing!
  • Graham P.heart icon on user image
    Graham PattersonAugust 16, 2016
    Not a bad deal for lunch and staff were attentive but while food looked fancy, it tasted just whatever.
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