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As the sun sets over the Crescent City's skyline and stars blanket the sky, treat yourself to a luxurious 4-course Cajun-Creole dinner. A courtyard surrounded by flowers, fountains, and trellises sets the romantic ambiance for an unforgettable dinner.

Serving Cajun-Creole cuisine since 1832, the chefs have perfected a variety of authentic dinner options. After hors d'oeuvres and a salad, choose an entrée with wine or champagne. Finish the memorable evening with dessert.

Sample menu of entrées (subject to change):

  • Chicken Oscar: Boneless skinless chicken breast served atop new potato mash and steamed asparagus. Topped with lump crabmeat and tasso hollandaise.
  • Corn Fried Des Allemands Catfish: Served with jumbo lump crabmeat, Napa slaw, green onion, and cayenne tartar sauce.
  • Shrimp and Grits: Louisiana shrimp and Andouille sausage poached in a Creole Meunière reduction. Served over southern grits.
  • Seared Duck Breast a l'Orange: Served with confit dirty rice, sweet potato puree, and candied pecans.
  • Charbroiled Tenderloin of Beef: The whole tenderloin is lightly charred, cooked to perfection, and sliced. Served with marchand de vin and béarnaise sauces, then accompanied with new potato mash and haricots verts.

As the sun sets over the Crescent City's skyline and stars blanket the sky, treat yourself to a luxurious 4-course Cajun-Creole dinner. A courtyard surrounded by flowers, fountains, and trellises sets the romantic ambiance for an unforgettable dinner.

Serving Cajun-Creole cuisine since 1832, the chefs have perfected a variety of authentic dinner options. After hors d'oeuvres and a salad, choose an entrée with wine or champagne. Finish the memorable evening with dessert.

Sample menu of entrées (subject to change):

  • Chicken Oscar: Boneless skinless chicken breast served atop new potato mash and steamed asparagus. Topped with lump crabmeat and tasso hollandaise.
  • Corn Fried Des Allemands Catfish: Served with jumbo lump crabmeat, Napa slaw, green onion, and cayenne tartar sauce.
  • Shrimp and Grits: Louisiana shrimp and Andouille sausage poached in a Creole Meunière reduction. Served over southern grits.
  • Seared Duck Breast a l'Orange: Served with confit dirty rice, sweet potato puree, and candied pecans.
  • Charbroiled Tenderloin of Beef: The whole tenderloin is lightly charred, cooked to perfection, and sliced. Served with marchand de vin and béarnaise sauces, then accompanied with new potato mash and haricots verts.
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Court of Two Sisters Creole Dinner

Activity/Location

Court of Two Sisters

613 Royal Street

New Orleans 70130

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Court of Two Sisters

    613 Royal Street

    New Orleans 70130


Highlights

  • Luxurious 4-course Cajun-Creole dinner

  • Romantic courtyard dining experience under the stars

  • Restaurant serving Cajun-Creole cuisine since 1832

  • Prix fixe meal including dessert with wine or champagne

  • Classy way to spend the evening & make tasty memories


Inclusions

  • 4-course, prix fixe Creole dinner

  • 1 glass of house wine or champagne

  • New Orleans roast coffee & tea

  • Tax and gratuity


Know Before You Book

  • Children 4 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult.

  • The Court of Two Sisters is wheelchair accessible.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 72 hours before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

Court of Two Sisters, 613 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States

Court of Two Sisters Creole Dinner ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

4.1 out of 5

A verified traveler

United States

03/08/2017

I called to make a reservation to this

establishment. I spoke to someone who said I did not need to make a reservation. I showed to the establishment and one of the workers notified me that they are closed and the cook left for the day. So I had to take my wife on her birthday to another establishment. They hours operations stated they closed at 10pm. Do not make a reservation or eat at this establishment because they are conflicted with their information and don't know what they are doing.

A verified traveler

United States

07/23/2016

Not the fanciest restaurant in town, but good food

Patrick, our server, was great. If you want a really, really fancy place in the French Quarter, go to Brennan's. I you want the best in New Orleans, go to Commander's Palace.