Welcome to Broussard's
In a vibrant city that celebrates fine dining as an art form, Broussard's has been a New Orleans fixture for nearly a century.
Dishes created with a striking blend of Creole and French influences have made New Orleans the preferred destination for lovers of inspired cuisine the world over. Situated in the heart of New Orleans’ Vieux Carre, or French Quarter, Broussard's combines a mix of classic food, tradition, and characteristic architecture to achieve an experience one is not likely to forget.
A True New Orleans Treasure
Broussard’s first opened its doors in 1920, when Joseph Broussard, a prominent local chef, married Rosalie Borrello. The newlyweds moved into the Borrello family mansion on Conti Street (built in 1834) where the restaurant now stands. Until their deaths in 1966, one month apart, the Broussards lived in the apartment above the restaurant. The couple worked ceaselessly to create and improve the tradition of the five-star, family-run restaurant that continues to this day. At his restaurant, Broussard combined the excitement of native Creole cuisine with traditional French dishes inspired by his formal Parisian culinary training. The result was a dynamic menu set to the most thorough standards. Read More