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Antoine's Restaurant



713 Saint Louis Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

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(504) 581-4422

Hours

  • Sunday: 11:30 am - Midnight
  • Monday: 11:30 am - Midnight
  • Tuesday: 11:30 am - Midnight
  • Wednesday: 11:30 am - Midnight
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 11:30 am - Midnight
  • Saturday: 11:30 am - Midnight

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Cuisine: Cajun Restaurants, Coffee and Tea, French Restaurants

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4.4 of 5.0 from 106 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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Antoine's Restaurant Reviews

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  • DiningDiva reviewHighlite of New Orleans experience! Must have oysters rockefeller and their wonderful potatoes..seafood and steaks are beyond belief..service is very special. Tip: don't sit in the front dining room if at all possible, the other rooms are worth the wait! Wine list is excellent.

    44444 by DiningDiva


  • DiningDiva reviewHighlite of New Orleans experience! Must have oysters rockefeller and their wonderful potatoes..seafood and steaks are beyond belief..service is very special. Tip: don't sit in the front dining room if at all possible, the other rooms are worth the wait! Reservations weeks in advance are accepted and necessary! Wine list is excellent.

    44444 by DiningDiva


  • zakgrasso reviewAntoine's is by far one of the most memorable fine dining experiences in the country. I have visited Antoines on numerous occasions, and each time I had excellent food quality, consistant service, and special treatment by their entire staff. They deserve your most highest rating. I have frequented other restaurants you have rated higher, however, Antoine's outshines them all, as far as I'm concerned. A Native New Orleanian

    44444 by zakgrasso


  • EdsPlace reviewTho' I've never been fortunate enough to visit you, I've read about the fine cusine found at Antoine's in books by Edna Ferber and Frances Parkinson Keyes. Am very glad to know you are still there.

    22222 by EdsPlace


  • thecosy reviewMy dad was a salesman who had eaten at Antoines in the `good old days`. On a trip to New Orleans we were taken out to dinner and our hosts apparently wanted to impress. The place is classic Orleans, gold and lamps, etc. The staff was a little confused at first but finally we were seated and ordered the `dinner of the night`. A salad composed of lettuce leaves (I kid you not) and some passable vinigrette started the ball rolling. It was similar to items from a middle school cookout. The beef (I had a steak) was served luke warm (not hot) and came with a smallish baked potato accompanied by an ultra-tiny lump of chopped veggies. Bread was perfunctionary. The desserts - allegedly the height of the meal - were an unmitigate disaster...the custard was dry, the servings miniscule, the ice cream was almost embarrassingly bare. I saw the cost of wine and for our friend's sake said I preferred water to drink. All in all, an utter disappointment in both expectations and experience.

    11111 by thecosy


  • ChefMozFine food in romantic surroundings with impeccable service. Expensive, but well worth the cost. Extensive wine list. Magnificent sauces. I've heard people complain that Antoine's is not what it once was but I disagree. The last time I went it was as good as it ever was. The Oysters Ellis, Oysters Rockefeller, Crawfish Cardinal and Crabmeat Ravigote were all divine appetizers. The soft shelled crabs, Pompano Pontchartrain, poulet Rochambeau, tournedos with Bearnaise and Marchand de Vin sauces, green salads and the souffleed potatoes were superb. The wines (suggested by our wonderful waiter) perfectly accompanied the dishes. We were too full to have anything but ice cream with chocolate sauce and coffee for dessert but that, too, was sublime. I plan to go back there every chance I get.

    55555 by ChefMoz.org


  • Влад YФранцузский ресторан с крайне высокими расценками. Обслуживание пришлось не по нраву. Атмосферы как таковой не имеется. Не спорю, довольно

    55555 by Влад Y


  • Doug BOldest restaurant in the US, 177 years and still the original family. Kinda pricy but the food is great and worth it for the history. Make sure to check out the wine cellar.

    55555 by Doug B


  • Joe MInstitution. Good food. Good service.

    55555 by Joe M


  • Jeni SBeautiful restaurant - oysters Rockefeller were great, as was the alligator soup. Sazerac cocktail was excellent

    55555 by Jeni S


  • Mary Joan LLunch special is an amazing value!!

    55555 by Mary Joan L


  • Graham nNot a bad deal for lunch and staff were attentive but while food looked fancy, it tasted just whatever.

    55555 by Graham n


  • Kathryn I.Soufle potatoes and Frech 75s. Hermes bar is best option.

    55555 by Kathryn I.


  • Marcia ZLoved everything, the wine list is amazing!

    55555 by Marcia Z


  • Sarah EMy husbands steak was so flavorful and tender. My crab stuffed fish was okay, could have had more flavor.

    55555 by Sarah E


  • Maury WilliamsMake sure you take a tour! This is my favorite place in the city. Go to the Hermes bar if you just want a midday taste

    55555 by Maury Williams


  • Leslie GBrunch is awesome!

    55555 by Leslie G


  • Todd HanshawHas a great reputation and I don't know where it went because it was frap when I was there food was wrong and cooked horribly when it did arrive

    22222 by Todd Hanshaw


  • Blair M.This place needs some help. For being the oldest restaurant in America, it should be perfect. Instead we had cold, over-priced food, food that didn't come out a drunk waiter. C-

    22222 by Blair M.


  • Aldrea JAtendimento nota 10, e o jazz ao vivo é super romântico . Ouvi Garota de Ipanema em jazz , lindo lindo

    55555 by Aldrea J


  • Daniel BarnettAwful. Some of the worst food I've had in New Orleans. Kitchen closes at 2pm too, don't get there a minute after.

    22222 by Daniel Barnett


  • Racky R.Great food, I think it's one of the oldest restaurants in the French Quarter, nice old-fashioned atmosphere too!

    55555 by Racky R.


  • Andrew ONGFantastic spot to dine with nice atmosphere

    55555 by Andrew ONG


  • George LeeOysters and banana foster! Nice view of the quarter from the balcony. Had a nice time here.

    55555 by George Lee


  • Doris H.Great food. Decent service. Ran out of bread at 8:30pm on a Monday night. You have to get the Baked Alaska. Make sure you let them know how many people are eating it because they adjust the portions.

    33333 by Doris H.


  • Ron KDinner with son Robert. ..

    55555 by Ron K


  • Germán MOysters rockefeller is a must! Algo the Soft Shell Crab

    55555 by Germán M


  • Abdarrahman Al-SharifGads great dinner with old friends,this place never disappoint . The food and the atmosphere just unreal.

    55555 by Abdarrahman Al-Sharif


  • Nimesh P.There Oysters and Martinis here are amazing!!!

    55555 by Nimesh P.


  • Yukie TakabatakeFor a jazz brunch - must see for a historic tour.

    55555 by Yukie Takabatake


  • Kelsey AndersonHave the Oysters Rockefeller and make sure you request a tour after your meal. Our waiter Alvin was great and took his time giving us the tour and the history of the building.

    55555 by Kelsey Anderson


  • Francisco J KHuîtres en coquilles à la Rockefeller ( oysters Rockefeller), were excellent

    55555 by Francisco J K


  • Arun N.Sit at the bar and listen to the bartender'a stories about the history of absinthe or most other drinks. Very well read and travelled guy.

    55555 by Arun N.


  • Maibey N.The oysters Bienville are wonderful amazing delectable!

    55555 by Maibey N.


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Antoine's Restaurant as seen on Drinking Made Easy , No Reservations

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • Lola J.Absolutely fabulous, the service, the food, their selections, all top rate.

    55555 by Lola J.


  • Maibey N.You can't NOT order the oysters Rockefeller where they were invented!

    33333 by Maibey N.


  • Maibey N.Take some time to stroll through and check out all the Antoine's historic memorabilia on the walls.

    55555 by Maibey N.


  • Mark LombardiGet the Baked Alaska. Great way to end a great dinner.

    55555 by Mark Lombardi


  • Susan WellfordFantastic, upscale dinner in NOLA. The Chateaubriand is incredible! And try the Oysters Rockefeller. Not a fan of the fries, but no matter. This place is great!

    55555 by Susan Wellford


  • Cajun TV NetworkYou have to visit this place when in New Orleans...Totally Awesome!

    55555 by Cajun TV Network


  • Elizabeth H.Moscow mules!

    55555 by Elizabeth H.


  • ISC C.Well-deserved reputation, fine example of Creole cuisine

    55555 by ISC C.


  • Lauren H.Ask for Vinny he is THE best

    55555 by Lauren H.


  • Ren B.Chairs are super uncomfortable.

    55555 by Ren B.


  • dustin b.Sterling Armour is this best

    55555 by dustin b.


  • Amy V.Food is disappointing but worth to go for the history.

    55555 by Amy V.


  • Steven I.Oysters Rockefeller were not what I expected. Probably not something I would order again.

    33333 by Steven I.


  • Jayme C.Meet Vinny and Theresa! They're hilarious and fun.

    55555 by Jayme C.


  • MC MC SThe crabcakes are to die for!

    55555 by MC MC S


  • Mike W.This restaurant is amazing. Highly recommended

    55555 by Mike W.


  • Lea F.Baked Alaska!! Best. Meringue. Ever.

    55555 by Lea F.


  • what white elephantLunch special! 25 cent martinis? I know!

    55555 by what white elephant


  • Stephen S.Awesome $20 three course lunch at this historic restaurant. There's nothing else like it in America. It's food and hospitality are remnants of a more elegant era.

    55555 by Stephen S.


  • Liz TI love the Rex Room for special gatherings.

    55555 by Liz T


  • Charlotte M.Ultimate New Orleans. The old classic Cadillac of dining in NOLA.

    55555 by Charlotte M.


  • Gambit New OrleansOld Creole classics include Oysters bonne femme, shrimp Regua and mini baked Alaska.

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Jerome T.Avoid the Rib-eye. For the price I was expecting better quality and taste. Have had better steaks at local steakhouse for less than $10.00.

    33333 by Jerome T.


  • Thor GStay away!

    11111 by Thor G


  • Abel P.Cafe Brulot

    55555 by Abel P.


  • jeffrey f.Best food best service.

    55555 by jeffrey f.


  • John J.Awesome, must see! Especially if you get the tour!

    55555 by John J.


  • Jeff B.Try the Oysters Rockefeller - The original!

    55555 by Jeff B.


  • Selin W.You can't beat the $0.25 cocktails and $20.13 three course menu!

    55555 by Selin W.


  • Gloria C.Bourdain sampled their Oysters Rockefeller which was invented here. also oldest operating restaurant in the US

    55555 by Gloria C.


  • James ForrestGreat food. Make sure Alvin is your waiter, he gives the best tours!

    55555 by James Forrest


  • Tucker W.The soft shell crabs are really really good. Get them à meunière and amandine.

    55555 by Tucker W.


  • Kristi J.It's only a jazz brunch if u r seated in the back room. :(

    33333 by Kristi J.


  • Garrett B.Ask for the tour at the end of your meal. Hope you get Michael.

    55555 by Garrett B.


  • Mike C.Try the Egg Nog Bread Pudding

    55555 by Mike C.


  • ML G.Try the 25 cent martini!

    55555 by ML G.


  • Jimmy O.Cold food. Not great service

    33333 by Jimmy O.


  • Anne R.This is a French restaurant, not Creole or Cajun.

    55555 by Anne R.


  • AnthonyOutstanding

    55555 by Anthony


  • Gambit New OrleansClassic peach Melba features candied peach, raspberry and almonds. - Gambit's "Five in 5" Peach Plates

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Gambit New Orleans$20.12 Summer Lunch Special: choice of appetizer, entree, and dessert from special lunch menu. Valid Monday through Saturday

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Skyler H.Terrible service. Terrible food. Rude waitstaff.

    11111 by Skyler H.


  • Bryan D.Try the Souffle Potatoes - Woah. Lunch.

    55555 by Bryan D.


  • NOLA Nites ConciergeWe love peering into Antoine’s wine cavern through its rear window (between 519 and 521 Royal Street).

    33333 by NOLA Nites Concierge


  • NOLA Nites ConciergeWe love the Oysters Rockefeller served with a side of history at Antoine’s, where the dish originated in 1899.

    55555 by NOLA Nites Concierge


  • Ken GLunch here is a well kept secret. Do it!

    55555 by Ken G


  • Travel ChannelTony Bourdain sampled the Oysters Rockefeller, a dish invented at Antoine's, which is the oldest operating restaurant in the United States.

    55555 by Travel Channel


  • Lauren L.The most beautiful and historic restaurant in the city. Ive been coming for 22 years. Ask for James...same waiter for my family for 26 years. Get oysters foche and Rockefeller. Trout with crab is divi

    55555 by Lauren L.


  • Trevor R.Fried shrimp is amazing!

    55555 by Trevor R.


  • Jenn S.The service was impeccable

    55555 by Jenn S.


  • Sara JDon't forget to tour the diningrooms

    55555 by Sara J


  • Mark L.Lunch summer Prix fixed is a steal. We had a great meal and service. Love wandering the various room and looking at all the history on the walls.

    55555 by Mark L.


  • Clare O.Soft-shell crab is delish!

    55555 by Clare O.


  • Samantha D.Waste of time and money. If you are looking for top notch food, go somewhere else. Anywhere else!

    33333 by Samantha D.


  • Samantha D.Waste of money. If you want classy dining, top notch food, go somewhere else. Anywhere else!

    33333 by Samantha D.


  • H S.Spring and Summer Lunch Special: three courses for $20.11. With $0.25 daily featured martini, not a bad deal!

    55555 by H S.


  • Margarita S.Sizzler service and Ruth's Chris prices. Sadly this place has gone steeply downhill. If you insist on going, the baked Alaska and the escargot were good.

    33333 by Margarita S.


  • Andrea O.Lunch time is perfect. No crowd. Paul is an excellent server. The 'old school' servers give you that 'olden days' vibe. Can't beat the $20 lunch special with .25 martinis!

    55555 by Andrea O.


  • William S.Food & atmosphere are great. 25c martinis. Worst service I have ever had by waiter--go elsewhere, plenty of unreal spots in NoLa

    55555 by William S.


  • Dave J.Go next door to Hermes, same kitchen, less price-get the Gumbo, it's exceptional. Antoines, if you want others to know you've spent more money for the ambiance, rather than the food...go next door, an

    33333 by Dave J.


  • Brian MAvoid going here. While the food may be good, the service is awful; not even close to what it used to be. Just go to Commander's Palace instead.

    22222 by Brian M


  • Sheldon M.Baked Alaska made me want to curl up in a ball and cry for my mommy. Oddly enough, that was a good thing. Get it! Also, Charlie is a top notch server.

    55555 by Sheldon M.


  • GourmetLiveCafé Brulot Is the epitome of this restuarants old-world, over-the-top grandeur. A server ladels flmaing brandy-spiked coffee down a spiral of orange zest into a silver bowl heated by a ring of fire.

    33333 by GourmetLive


  • Karen F.Order before you arrive. It's taking forever.

    22222 by Karen F.


  • Tamela C.Oysters, shrimo, oysters, crab, spinach, oysters, red wine. And oysters.

    55555 by Tamela C.


  • Sarah S.Fine dining experience!

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Dustin B.Order the Cafe Diablo at dessert, and they will happily light your table on fire. It's incredible.

    55555 by Dustin B.


  • Neauxla G.Oysters Foche.. enough said

    33333 by Neauxla G.


  • Sung KThe baked alaska got my palate going...the cafe diabolique? not so much

    55555 by Sung K


  • Catherine B.Try the bourbon milk punch

    55555 by Catherine B.


  • Tom M.They serve Buffalo Trace bourbon here.

    55555 by Tom M.


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