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Elizabeth's Restaurant



601 Gallier Street
New Orleans, LA 70117

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(504) 944-9272

Hours

  • Sunday: 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm

Cuisine: Coffee and Tea


4.7 of 5.0 from 168 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • Aaron R.BBQ shrimp PoBoy

    55555 by Aaron R.


  • Casey Bgood for brunch

    55555 by Casey B


  • Quin KFantastic fried chicken

    55555 by Quin K


  • Quin KThe Fried Green Tomatoes are phenomenal!

    55555 by Quin K


  • Cole LFood was enjoyable and you feel like you are eating in someone's home. Good soul food.

    55555 by Cole L


  • Nick AndlingerFantastic brunch. Praline bacon and banana cream cheese stuffed french toast were killer. Grab a seat upstairs.

    55555 by Nick Andlinger


  • Marvin M.The praline bacon, fried green tomatoes & half chicken were all great. Chicken was a little over cooked but well seasoned. Deduction for the big rat running around on the dining room floor.

    33333 by Marvin M.


  • Lee SimpsonBlue cheese oysters and the boudin balls are amazing! Get both!

    55555 by Lee Simpson


  • Vansi V.The grits aren't very good. But the praline bacon is good. And the eggs are done well.

    55555 by Vansi V.


  • Zsanett JThe soft shelled crab and eggs Florentine are fantastic!

    55555 by Zsanett J


  • Alyssa WPraline bacon so good.

    55555 by Alyssa W


  • evangelina RThe wait is long but so worth it!!! Eggs Florentine has the fried oysters with a spinach cream over some potatoes with a poached egg. Just the perfect breakfast after a night out. Great food.

    55555 by evangelina R


  • Carolina LOver rated,small portions, not fully flavored... Nice deco, BAD service -the worst we've had in N.O.- Mixed crowd, bit hipster/snobbish and way over priced for the food (and drinks) on a Sunday Brunch

    33333 by Carolina L


  • Gabrielle Hhad to get my food to go but it was AMAZING. Wow the praline bacon is to die for. Can't wait to come back already...

    55555 by Gabrielle H


  • Sheri DGet the gumbo!

    33333 by Sheri D


  • Nicolas EThe service is great, lovely people! The food is quite heavy so make sure to be super hungry!

    55555 by Nicolas E


  • Dana KGood local hipster joint

    55555 by Dana K


  • Dana KCome early and have a drink at the bar upstairs!

    55555 by Dana K


  • Laura W.Funky brunch spot with unique menu items. Brie and salmon grilled cheese was to die for!

    55555 by Laura W.


  • Rachel C.The dream burger is perfection

    55555 by Rachel C.


  • AshleyDuck hash waffle, boudin Benedict and praline bacon!!

    55555 by Ashley


  • Sara NelsonFried green tomatoes

    55555 by Sara Nelson


  • Ed DGreat food at more reasonable prices than the FQ. I had the snapper with crawfish etouffe

    55555 by Ed D


  • Jason S.Get the eggs boudin

    33333 by Jason S.


  • Jason S.The eggs boudin is awesome

    55555 by Jason S.


  • Olisa NGet the duck/sweet potato & waffle! muy bueno!!

    55555 by Olisa N


  • Adam GambrelWay too expensive for an ok meal.

    22222 by Adam Gambrel


  • Ruth MElizabeth's is a Splenda free zone.

    55555 by Ruth M


  • Ruth MUnfortunately no pancakes, but they have really great waffles.

    55555 by Ruth M


  • Ruth MDessert menu! The Sweet Potato Cheesecake!!

    55555 by Ruth M


  • Ruth MHash browns are country style home potatoes, not shredded or grated.

    55555 by Ruth M


  • Charles L.Praline bacon!

    55555 by Charles L.


  • Karen CLongest wait ever. Got here over an hour ago and still haven't received any food.

    22222 by Karen C


  • Candice RiveraOne of my fave restaurants of all time! Beer bq shrimp was amazing as was praline bacon! Everything was so so so good!

    55555 by Candice Rivera


  • John-Christopher AVery disappointing lunch today. Fried chicken livers were overcooked with no seasoning. Scrambled eggs with veggies was a sort of omelet, unseasoned-no salt-and veggies under-cooked and very bland.

    22222 by John-Christopher A


  • Paige C.Everything. Best place in Nola.

    55555 by Paige C.


  • Jim B.Food looks amazing, but is a little bland.

    55555 by Jim B.


  • Gail BI will get cheese on omelet next time

    33333 by Gail B


  • Paulina LeonovichSplendid veggie omelet ! And the Beatles for breakfast)

    55555 by Paulina Leonovich


  • Liz TPraline bacon

    55555 by Liz T


  • Dabrickhouse JacksonHad the Catfish and grits and the fried green tomatoes. yum Yum

    55555 by Dabrickhouse Jackson


  • Eric A.One of my favorite brunch spots. This place has many delicious items to choose from. You have to try the praline bacon!!

    55555 by Eric A.


  • john f.So about those balls. Boudin balls !

    55555 by john f.


  • Amber E.brunch is pretty good but expensive. also uncomfortably crowded and you may have to wait an hour outside in line to be seated. not worth it imo

    33333 by Amber E.


  • Andrew ONGSuperb value of breakfast & friendly service

    55555 by Andrew ONG


  • Bitches Who B.The Bitches say: A. Elizabeth’s combines Southern classics and New Orleans originality to deliver a top-notch, inventive brunch.

    55555 by Bitches Who B.


  • David A.Morning Bloody

    55555 by David A.


  • Madhu VulimiriJust go already. It's amazing!

    55555 by Madhu Vulimiri


  • Sarah N.Praline Bacon and cheese grits.

    55555 by Sarah N.


  • Trevor A.Praline bacon and the Cajun Bubble & Squeak

    55555 by Trevor A.


  • Evelyn D.Have the Praline Bacon.

    55555 by Evelyn D.


  • Marta T.Place is overestimated. Pricey. Non soy milk or fresh juice. Normal food. Good deco though. I don't understand why is so popular.

    55555 by Marta T.


  • Jon M.Praline bacon! Great breakfast, good service, and neat art from Dr. Bob you can purchase. Don't pass this place up!

    55555 by Jon M.


  • Miska LFood was good but definitely pricy for the quality. Paid same for small breakfast plates and coffee as alligator, shrimp dinner the night before.

    33333 by Miska L


  • Gayle AHands down, one of the best meals I had during my stay

    55555 by Gayle A


  • Chris B.Try the praline bacon. Great place for brunch.

    55555 by Chris B.


  • Thomas T.Two Words, Praline Bacon! We had Boudin Benedict and Crabby Benedict...oh and Fried Green Tomatoes...this place rocks!!!

    55555 by Thomas T.


  • Nicole J.Praline bacon. One order per person.

    55555 by Nicole J.


  • Yukie TakabatakeRed Neck Eggs, traditional NOLA breakfast

    55555 by Yukie Takabatake


  • Michael V.This place is WAY OVER RATED! The food was extremely heavy and way over priced. Good place for tourists who want to spend $60.00 for two on breakfast. Grits were old, pork chops dry, eggs were eggs.

    33333 by Michael V.


  • Subhashish S.Gem of a place in New Orleans!

    55555 by Subhashish S.


  • Kathryn I.Wonderful spot. Vegetarians should be careful, only the onion rings qualify.

    55555 by Kathryn I.


  • Francois BCombo: waffle + praline bacon extra. Cut the bacon in pieces and mix both with syrup.

    33333 by Francois B


  • Tim SThe BLT was really delicious and the coleslaw is awesome!

    55555 by Tim S


  • Kristy EGo here for large brunch southern fixes. Casual and friendly

    55555 by Kristy E


  • David B.Pro-tip: praline bacon + callas makes for a decadent bite.

    55555 by David B.


  • David B.Everything was great. Standouts included callas (rice doughnuts), boudin balls (sausage balls) and sweet potato duck hash on a corn waffle.

    55555 by David B.


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Elizabeth's as seen on Meat And Potatoes

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • Sandra RubinchikThis place is so worth the schlep and the wait. Not only is the food delicious, but it's also wonderfully photogenic.

    55555 by Sandra Rubinchik


  • Russell RBrunch is excellent! Good food. Fast service. A must in the Bywater

    55555 by Russell R


  • Jenn H.The best biscuits & gravy I've ever put in my mouth!

    55555 by Jenn H.


  • Cosssette GarciaWoww amazing breakfasts and place. Shrimp omellette With grits and Elizabeth eggs

    55555 by Cosssette Garcia


  • Chris B.Get the praline bacon.

    55555 by Chris B.


  • Jana AExcellent boudin!

    55555 by Jana A


  • Cherie W.Don't let the ambience fool you... Elizabeth's is amazing! The food is delicious and you can do some great people watching 😉. I had the Eggs Elizabeth and cleaned my plate!!

    55555 by Cherie W.


  • Nami CGet the redneck eggs. Your waistline will forgive you.

    55555 by Nami C


  • Paul B.Add some hot sauce to the Praline Bacon to make it even more amazing

    55555 by Paul B.


  • Nikki J.Portions are huge, ambience is spacious and lovely and the food most certainly gets the job done. Fried chicken is some of the best I've ever had

    55555 by Nikki J.


  • Nik N.Terrible service... After 45 min didn't even show up. No matter how good it looked.

    11111 by Nik N.


  • David P.Eggs Florentine was unbelievable!

    55555 by David P.


  • Aron H.Your average hipster-funky brunch place. I wasn't impressed. Via Jana F.

    55555 by Aron H.


  • Tyler F.Get there around 9am on a Saturday to beat the rush and get the blonde girl for you waitress! Our experience was awesome but the table across from us got there during the rush and was not so lucky.

    33333 by Tyler F.


  • Peter L.Breakfast: Elizabeth's. It's in the bywater section of Nola. It's right on the riverfront in an old house. The food they cook there is what every breakfast should be like.

    55555 by Peter L.


  • Victor M.New Orleans' best breakfast. Have to come back for dinner sometime.

    55555 by Victor M.


  • Ana H.Praline bacon didn't disappoint! Decadent and delicious.

    55555 by Ana H.


  • Aron H.Fun brunch place! Via Jana Fitzgerald.

    55555 by Aron H.


  • Al K.Chicken Livers w/pepper jelly- awesome!

    55555 by Al K.


  • Sherri M.Nick McGlynn and Spanish Rob are definitely the brunch connoisseurs of NOLA!!!

    55555 by Sherri M.


  • Dianna N.Love that praline bacon !!!

    55555 by Dianna N.


  • Sarah F.Praline bacon or GTFO.

    55555 by Sarah F.


  • Chris H.Even though bacon is already awesome (and, is a candy of sorts), I just ate PRALINE BACON. I love you praline bacon. I love you...

    55555 by Chris H.


  • Elisabeth L.The praline bacon is amazing and a must order. We also ordered the crabby eggs and they were delicious. If you don't eat a lot, I recommend splitting an entree with someone.

    55555 by Elisabeth L.


  • Becky C.Eat at the bar! And all the food is fabulous but very find of the corn.

    55555 by Becky C.


  • Lauren B.The praline bacon is life changing. Get it.

    55555 by Lauren B.


  • LillianAmazing brunch. Get the potatoes over the grits and eat all the praline bacon you can.

    55555 by Lillian


  • Erin S.Get the Praline Bacon and force your table to split the dish with you (because you only need one slice of this goodness.) It's delicious and decadent.

    55555 by Erin S.


  • Jeff W.Praline bacon

    55555 by Jeff W.


  • Carmen P.You must try the praline bacon. & the ghetto mimosa.

    55555 by Carmen P.


  • Carolyn W.Get the praline bacon.

    55555 by Carolyn W.


  • MelBreakfast tacos are DELICIOUS! They are so good they will get you pregnant. And your food baby will want more breakfast tacos. Ask for extra napkins.

    55555 by Mel


  • Michelle H.Eggs Sardou are so good, but not for everyone.

    55555 by Michelle H.


  • Dan E.Don't eat here... Roaches.

    11111 by Dan E.


  • Nick M.Go here for bunch

    55555 by Nick M.


  • Mauricio Q.The praline bacon is to die for. Hollandaise sauce is a theme, and the grits are great!

    55555 by Mauricio Q.


  • RachelTVs up at the bar!

    33333 by Rachel


  • David K.Try the Pimm's Cup Royal (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by David K.


  • David K.Try the Fried Softshell Crab With Scrambled Eggs And Grits (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by David K.


  • David K.Try the Merliton (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by David K.


  • David K.Try the Praline Bacon - That's the best candy I ever had (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by David K.


  • Danny v.Try the breakfast, they really know how to treat you well!

    55555 by Danny v.


  • Gloria C.try the praline bacon, duck waffle, fried green tomatoes

    55555 by Gloria C.


  • ThomasPraline bacon in the dream burger was awesome! Loved the fried green tomatoes. Chicken livers on pepper jelly was yummy too.

    55555 by Thomas


  • Valerie W.Come here now!!!!!

    55555 by Valerie W.


  • Hong-Nhi D.Praline bacon are to die for!!

    55555 by Hong-Nhi D.


  • Lori W.I would give anything for a recipe for their tasso sauce

    33333 by Lori W.


  • JenniferPraline bacon & fried chicken livers a must

    55555 by Jennifer


  • MaineGood food! Love the fried shrimp!

    55555 by Maine


  • KeyshPraline bacon is a must!

    55555 by Keysh


  • Westley B.If you ever can get the french toast burrito, do it.

    33333 by Westley B.


  • Rebecca M.Local fare that sticks to your ribs.

    55555 by Rebecca M.


  • Mat B.WARNING: The menu says "hash browns", but they mean home fries. Don't follow me down this dark road.

    33333 by Mat B.


  • Aura F.Get the Duck Waffle, add an order of praline bacon, and several mimosas. Thank me later.

    55555 by Aura F.


  • Kim R.Best pre saints brunch EVER!!

    55555 by Kim R.


  • Jimmy M.The praline bacon really is what people say it is.

    55555 by Jimmy M.


  • vonHottie v.Get the praline bacon & dip it in biscuits & gravy

    55555 by vonHottie v.


  • Gambit New OrleansElizabeth's serves their chicken livers with spicy-sweet pepper jelly. Gambit's Five spots for fried chicken livers.

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Steve H.Praline bacon, ooie gooie, and fried chicken. Nuff said.

    55555 by Steve H.


  • Andy K.Praline Bacon. BOOM.

    55555 by Andy K.


  • Megan L.Grit fries with the roast beef poboy

    33333 by Megan L.


  • Regions B.The place for breakfast and brunch, Elizabeth’s won’t break the bank. Reasonably priced and known for its praline bacon, it will satisfy your palate and your wallet.

    55555 by Regions B.


  • Geoff G.The duck breast with cherry wine sauce is pretty damn dope. Add some mashed potatoes and bacon braised cabbage and your meal's legit.

    55555 by Geoff G.


  • rhea m.Soft Shell Crab with chili hollandaise was amazing and so were the foie gras oysters.

    55555 by rhea m.


  • Gambit New OrleansGambit's Five in 5: Cream cheese and strawberries are stuffed into French toast.

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Colby S.Praline bacon wasn't worth the trip. Our breakfast here cost as much as it did at Stanley and wasn't half as good. Pretty sure the OJ was from concentrate. Food was not bad, but not great.

    33333 by Colby S.


  • Caro P.the oysters fois gras (a combination made in heaven) and bacon pralines are to die for!!

    55555 by Caro P.


  • EaterA little gem way down in the Upper Ninth Ward, Elizabeth's is a great spot for brunch or, really, any meal. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Victoria R.Ummm...eee Parline Bacon...

    55555 by Victoria R.


  • DeepDishLike Vermont? They have Woodchuck Hard Cider!

    55555 by DeepDish


  • JennyHung over from the night before? Crabby eggs and shrimp and grits should help...and throw in a bloody mary while you're at it.

    33333 by Jenny


  • Jalpa B.Definitely one of the best brunch places I've been to. I recommend this place to everyone. On the outskirts of NOLA, so you'll have to drive there & wait in line, but definitely worth it!

    55555 by Jalpa B.


  • Crystal G.Bayou breakfast!!!!!! Yummmmmy!!!!!

    55555 by Crystal G.


  • Gambit New OrleansCreole mustard comes on with Elizabeth's Bywater example of boudin balls. - Gambit's Five in 5

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Durward D.Red Neck Breakfast

    55555 by Durward D.


  • Bill K.Try the praline bacon... You'll wonder why every place doesn't do it. Also the fried green tomatoes are pretty damn good too.

    55555 by Bill K.


  • emily k.The foie gras oysters are pretty much amazing

    55555 by emily k.


  • Ashley M.The redneck eggs and smoked salmon and Brie grilled cheese rock!

    55555 by Ashley M.


  • Francesca P.Get the eggs florentine and praline bacon. Best breakfast spot hands down

    55555 by Francesca P.


  • Brett S.I think I've found my second favorite restaurant I New Orleans...

    55555 by Brett S.


  • Untitled B.Praline Bacon. It'll make your world a better place!

    55555 by Untitled B.


  • Anna F.Great brunch spot

    55555 by Anna F.


  • Stephanie C.Get the Elizabeth's Dream Burger, quite possibly the best burger we've had in a long, long time.

    55555 by Stephanie C.


  • Crystal G.The Bayou Breakfast is to die for!!!! "Nuff said!!!"

    55555 by Crystal G.


  • Beth M.Cozy and feels homey! If your coming from the quarter take a taxi...

    55555 by Beth M.


  • Bite and BoozeDrink more. How's that for a brunch tip?

    33333 by Bite and Booze


  • April D.Over rated and over priced. Wait staff is always snarky.

    33333 by April D.


  • Bob R.Crabby eggs rock!

    33333 by Bob R.


  • HelloLizzyThe Ginger beer Pimm's cup is to die for

    55555 by HelloLizzy


  • Rich W.Praline covered bacon!!! A must

    55555 by Rich W.


  • Morgan J.The strawberry stuffed french toast is not for the faint of sweets... and the praline bacon should be part of the default order for ANYONE.

    55555 by Morgan J.


  • Kate F.Absolutely delicious. The bacon is insane and the elizabeth's breakfast is perfection with thin grilled ham and poached eggs. Don't miss this spot!

    55555 by Kate F.


  • jake f.They call their sausage "The Morning Chubber." I will let you decide if these are patties or links. PS- praline bacon FTW!

    55555 by jake f.


  • IanThe smoked steak and eggs, "better than Ruth's Chris"

    55555 by Ian


  • Matthew S.Dream burger. Get. It. Huge patty topped with praline bacon and blue cheese cream sauce. Make ya slap ya date.

    55555 by Matthew S.


  • Leslie A.Some of the best fried chicken in the city! Save room for the red velvet cake or bread pudding.

    55555 by Leslie A.


  • Roland G.Grillades and grits are a hearty brunch meal. Biscuit and gravy is a great addition, as well: sausage gravy has jalapeno and green onions - very tasty.

    55555 by Roland G.


  • Kate B.Try the shrimp and grits! Awesome!

    55555 by Kate B.


  • Abby R.all i can say is praline bacon.

    55555 by Abby R.


  • Jeff C.Grit fries = yum!

    55555 by Jeff C.


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