Brunch at Commander’s Palace
This iconic century-old blue-and-white landmark restaurant
in the Garden District has been rising to the occasion of brunch since long before it was trendy. The Jazz Brunch held every Saturday and Sunday continues to be a crowd pleaser thanks to the impeccable service, creamy milk punches brimming with bourbon, and classic creole cuisine. While the brunch menu changes, the sherry-topped turtle soup is one constant. If there’s a wait, seize the opportunity to stroll through the historic Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 across the street. Trust us–it's hauntingly quaint.