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The Marigny Brasserie



640 Frenchmen Street
New Orleans, LA 70116

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(504) 945-4472

Hours

  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Monday: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm

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4 of 5.0 from 42 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Blogger Reviews of The Marigny Brasserie

  • Rebecca Gomez Farrell on Feb 08, 2013

    Why, you might ask, are you focusing on dining at night in New Orleans? Isn't the food there good anytime? Of course it is! But one must make distinctions between their blog posts somehow, and with the massive amount of eating we did in New Orleans.

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  • SOGCityOracle reviewThe Marigny Brasserie is another great dining option on Frenchmen. We enjoyed a brunch one day and dinner another. Cajun - Creole style food but a bit more up-scale than Praline's, and they had live entertainment during both of our visits.

    55555 by SOGCityOracle


  • noladiner reviewGreat location, been several times but it is impossible to get the plate you ordered, or for the temperature of you steak to be correct

    22222 by noladiner


  • Vicky A.Try their Pimm's Cup cocktail-amaaaazzzing!

    55555 by Vicky A.


  • Danny R.It's cold! Have a Hot Toddy

    33333 by Danny R.


  • JohnGreat band on Saturday night - an African Harp was definitely a surprise

    55555 by John


  • Peggy Buzz T.Love the BlackBerry Mojito!

    55555 by Peggy Buzz T.


  • Jessica F.The BBQ shrimp is delish. Some of the best grits I've ever had.

    55555 by Jessica F.


  • Sherri M.The Fried Green Tomatoes were hard and not good at all!! The Walnut and Strawberry salad was ok at best. Although I would not recommend eating here, catching up with my friend..,.priceless!!!

    33333 by Sherri M.


  • Gal R.Try the New Orleans Trio - Ahh, great ending to a great start! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Gal R.


  • Gal R.Try the Tomato Basil Soup - Awesome start (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Gal R.


  • Rich K.Just stopped in for a beer, but classy place, and the bartender had great live music recs for the evening.

    55555 by Rich K.


  • Jo P.Very friendly service!

    55555 by Jo P.


  • Chris K.On the weekend, they'll seat you right away, then it's a bait and switch. You'll wait a good bit for your meal.

    33333 by Chris K.


  • Markthis place SUCKS-looked like a decent place in pics-slow service-apathetic attitudes-cold over priced uninteresting food-I had andouille sausage plate-it was literally two sausage links cut lengthwise

    33333 by Mark


  • Rose H.Collard Greens, catfish, and chedddar grits...awesome...

    55555 by Rose H.


  • Aloysius M.Terrible food, nonchalant service, very good drinks.

    22222 by Aloysius M.


  • Bryan D.Check out the 80s brunch.

    33333 by Bryan D.


  • Michael S.Try the grilled watermelon salad...new chef Thad Allen is enhancing the menu with some great new items and ideas!

    55555 by Michael S.


  • Marie O.The blackened fish was delicious. The BBQ Shrimp & cheese was excellent too. The service was outstanding

    55555 by Marie O.


  • Margie M.Food was really really tasty. Service seems disorganized. Slow to seat and service.

    33333 by Margie M.


  • Vicki L.We've had six different entrees and three appetizers. All were excellent. And a great wine list too. Definitely recommend this place!

    55555 by Vicki L.


  • Cristel S.Sir Renee is an awesome mixologist.

    55555 by Cristel S.


  • Sara C.Try the shrimp and grits appetizer!

    55555 by Sara C.


  • Andrew R.Drink with drew, he is the really the most interesting man in the universe!

    55555 by Andrew R.


  • Heaven M.$3 bloody mary for happy hour and its a perfect blend of spices.

    55555 by Heaven M.


  • Meghan M.Frenchman Po'boys are amazing! Hush puppies are wonderful!! Get side.

    55555 by Meghan M.


  • Brian N.Fish and grits were tasty!

    55555 by Brian N.


  • Andrew C.I would feed this macaroni and cheese to a cow. Or an owl.

    33333 by Andrew C.


  • Rusty D.The mac n cheese is sinfully good!

    55555 by Rusty D.


  • Christian W.decent enough food. PHENOMENALLY bad service. eat elsewhere.

    33333 by Christian W.


  • Lyle B.This place was the worst place we ate at in N.O. The service was horrible, the food took an HOUR to receive, and when I asked to speak with the manager about the meal, he gave me nothing but excuses.

    11111 by Lyle B.


  • Will N.The turkey, havarti, cucumber sandwich harkens back to the original coffee shop around the corner on Royal & Touro. I've missed it. Glad it's back. Service is very poor.

    55555 by Will N.


  • Eric T.On the corner of Frenchman Street and Royal, Marigny Brasserie beckons with local Cajun, Creole and Italian fare. Enjoy a bowl of chicken and andouille sausage gumbo with an Abita beer for lunch.

    55555 by Eric T.


  • Susie W.An hour and a half in, no greeting from the server; took our own order and handed it in and 40 minutes later, I've wiped down my own table, served drinks and taken an order. Abysmal.

    11111 by Susie W.


  • John Wyatte F.Don't add shrimp to your salad! $6 gets you six TINY shrimp. I'm talking maybe quarter sized with tail. A definate FAIL.

    33333 by John Wyatte F.


  • Kirk P.Meh... nothing outstanding. Dining room noise nearly unbearable with much of a crowd.

    55555 by Kirk P.


  • Danny H.Don't listen to nay sayers. Food great, they recently redid the menu to include sandwiches which are great! Service and cocktails were exceptional.

    55555 by Danny H.


  • Tom M.They've been trying to find the right food for this place for years. Now it's poboys, some Italian choices and what not. I love the layout, food is slow and management could be better.

    55555 by Tom M.


  • Amanda T.Ewww gross. Tip: cocktails are good but don't eat here.

    22222 by Amanda T.


  • David L.Eat the Onion Ring Appetizer!

    22222 by David L.


  • Ember B.umm. Buttery grits and fried green tomato benedict...

    55555 by Ember B.


  • Paul F.Try the oysters with processed cheese!

    33333 by Paul F.


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