Dinner and a Show
In September 2013, following an eight-year, $52 million renovation, the Saenger Theatre reopened for the first time since Hurricane Katrina. And just in time for the 2014 season, which includes the Broadway in New Orleans
series as well as national acts, like Bonnie Raitt and Dave Matthews, a slew of dining newcomers have entered the stage. Restaurateur Patrick Singley, of Uptown's Gautreau's, has resuscitated Marti's, a historic restaurant and theater crowd favorite where you can go for a pre-show drink in the mural-clad bar or grab a full Parisian bistro-inspired meal after. And Galatoire's 33 is an offshoot of the Creole institution with similar fare and a prix-fixe menu geared toward theater goers.