Welcome to Broussard's
In a city that cheerfully celebrates fine dining as an art form, Broussard's has been a New Orleans fixture for nearly a century.
Dishes fashioned with an exotic blend of French and Creole influences have made New Orleans a preferred target for lovers of inspired cuisine the world over. Located in the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter, or Vieux Carre, Broussard's combines a mix of old architecture, classic food, and tradition to achieve an experience that you'll never forget.
A True New Orleans Treasure
In 1920, Broussard's first opened its doors to the public when Joseph Broussard, a renowned local chef, married Rosalie Borrello. The couple moved into the Borrello family mansion on Conti Street (built in 1834) which is where the restaurant still stands. Up until their death one month apart from each other in 1966, the Broussards resided in the apartment above the restaurant. The couple worked tirelessly to create and improve the family-run, five-star restaurant that still lives on. Broussard thrived at combining the excitement of local Creole cuisine with classic French dishes inspired by his formal Parisian culinary training. The result was a vibrant menu set to the most thorough standards. Read More