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Green Goddess



307 Exchange Pl
New Orleans, LA 70130

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(504) 301-3347

Hours

  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm - Midnight
  • Monday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Thursday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, 6:00 pm - Midnight
  • Friday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm - Midnight
  • Saturday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm - Midnight

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Vegetarian Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 112 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Green Goddess Reviews

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  • Brenna P.Amazing vegan and vegetarian options. Try the brûléed bananas foster!

    55555 by Brenna P.


  • Heidi MVegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options

    55555 by Heidi M


  • Brandi B.One of the hidden gems in the French Quarter. The food is fresh, and the drinks plentiful. Acadian breakfast is my jam

    55555 by Brandi B.


  • Carrie B.Charming and healthy restaurant nestled into an alley off Bourbon. Great for vegetarians

    55555 by Carrie B.


  • Heather NorthAbsolutely wonderful vegetarian food. The space is a bit odd, but my lunch was so delicious that I didn't mind! Worth the wait.

    55555 by Heather North


  • Megan D.Great veggie options, fresh food but service could be much better and friendlier. It's fresh vegan options, but these servers do not smile or seem to care

    55555 by Megan D.


  • Tuğba KDelicious food

    55555 by Tuğba K


  • Stacy M.Everything

    55555 by Stacy M.


  • Anna JHad a delicious lemongrass tofu poboy- I definitely recommend it! There's a great selection!

    55555 by Anna J


  • Kim SGreen Goddess Wedge salad and the appetizer special with salmon dip stuffed pepper were delicious!

    55555 by Kim S


  • Raven TBananas foster split

    55555 by Raven T


  • Josh M.Bloody Mary on point and try the crab boiled poached eggs

    55555 by Josh M.


  • Denette N SteveGreat vegan and vegetarian options, cocktails. Very small place but great service!

    55555 by Denette N Steve


  • Patrizia SGreat gluten-free options! Started with a crab ceviche, then the smoked duck breast slices (the side of spec wrap dates a great sweet touch) and palapas pork. Try them all!

    55555 by Patrizia S


  • José LoyolaGreat vegetarian place! They have a delicious creamy mushroom dish that is delicious. 😋 Vegan dishes and options also available.

    55555 by José Loyola


  • Brandi B.The Acadian breakfast is amazing!

    55555 by Brandi B.


  • Theresa G.Shrimp Colombo was fabulous. Also enjoyed the bacon sundae and cheddar &I apple French toast.

    55555 by Theresa G.


  • Brandie K...but those biscuits!

    55555 by Brandie K


  • Gagan S.Vegetarian food is really good here. No take out though. The service is fast and friendly.

    55555 by Gagan S.


  • kara silvermanGet the duck and grits. Really anything duck. Lovely change of pace for a delicious meal.

    55555 by kara silverman


  • Karthik GurumoorthySouth Indian Uthappam is a nice try for vegetarians. Avoid the seats near the restroom.

    33333 by Karthik Gurumoorthy


  • Johanna B.Vegan and gluten free options. Make sure to try the mushroom pate.

    55555 by Johanna B.


  • Lauren FurgasonStumbled upon this looking for a healthy outdoor breakfast - it was magic! Bloody Mary is made with fresh tomatoes & spices, Biscuits w/ mushroom gravy and Banh Mi were both great. And truffle grits!

    55555 by Lauren Furgason


  • Sheeri B.Always something unique and delicious here, you can never go wrong!

    55555 by Sheeri B.


  • Jennifer B.Excellent gluten free menu. Also easy to eat paleo.

    55555 by Jennifer B.


  • JuliannaSG. Cocktails outside.

    55555 by Julianna


  • Tim H.Doesn't offer traditional NOLA cuisine, but has great food and plenty of vegetarian options.

    55555 by Tim H.


  • Sarah C.For vegans- get the roasted beet Quintana Roo!

    55555 by Sarah C.


  • Kelsey H.Honestly everything is awesome!!!

    55555 by Kelsey H.


  • Bernadette W.Coffee is awesome!

    55555 by Bernadette W.


  • Barbara S.Don't go if it's cold - they left us sitting outside for half an hour, no heaters, no service, the alley is like a wind tunnel, and the food was not worth it.

    22222 by Barbara S.


  • Brittany C.Wow. Hands down the best meal I had in NOLA. Amazing food, great drinks.

    55555 by Brittany C.


  • A S.Neil Gaiman's password no longer works...

    33333 by A S.


  • Shreyans P.Sweet potato biscuits topped with wild mushroom gravy...best vegetarian meal I've had in Nola

    55555 by Shreyans P.


  • Gambit New OrleansGambit's Best of New Orleans: Best Menu for Vegetarians

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Liz N.Might be the best meal I've had in NOLA!

    55555 by Liz N.


  • bri9ettlocal spot with outdoor dining and easy crowd. awesome dinner, shout out to chef paul!

    55555 by bri9ett


  • Natasha W.Bacon sundae and (mostly) outdoor seating

    55555 by Natasha W.


  • David G.Pork belly is so good I'm extending my vacation.

    55555 by David G.


  • Rob H.Now closed Monday and Tuesday. Still the best offbeat menu in the city.

    55555 by Rob H.


  • Jeremy B.Try the South Indi Uttapam - #vegetarian #deliciousArt

    55555 by Jeremy B.


  • Lor R.Best meal I've had in NOLA!

    55555 by Lor R.


  • Jesse J.Go in expecting European-style service and delicious food. The Ginger Kid is a great sipping beverage.

    55555 by Jesse J.


  • Gloria C.asian fusion. try the lentil pancake & sweet potato biscuits

    55555 by Gloria C.


  • Gambit New OrleansGreed Goddess' unique version of a Cuban sandwich is joined by pickled peppers, roasted pineapple, and manchego.

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • StevenGreat looking greens goddess wedge salad with shrimp. This is the half wedge. Yum!

    55555 by Steven


  • StevenYummy half wedge green goddess salad with shrimp

    55555 by Steven


  • Tiffany S.Chef Chris left for Serendipity restaurant, so menu items are made a little differently now. Staff doesn't have the same personality, but nothing stays the same forever.

    55555 by Tiffany S.


  • Tiffany S.Oh, and the password left when Chef Chris did.

    33333 by Tiffany S.


  • AgnesWe went on a Saturday night and the wait was shorter than many other restaurants in the area. The Neil Gaiman password didn't work. All the dishes were excellent & the bacon sundae didn't disappoint!

    55555 by Agnes


  • Gambit New OrleansTry the Sweet Potato biscuits, stuffed with pan-fried boudin patties - Gambit's Five in 5. http://www.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/five-examples-of-boudin-stuffed-goodness/Content?oid=2056938

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Jasmine B.The spooked drink is yummy!

    55555 by Jasmine B.


  • Gambit New OrleansGambit's Best of New Orleans Readers' Poll 2012 Winner: Best Menu for Vegetarians

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Paul S.closed for repairs, august 2012

    33333 by Paul S.


  • Gregory Z.Get the chef's tasting menu. 5 delicious dishes. You will not be disappointed!

    55555 by Gregory Z.


  • Matty G.Don't leave here without eating a biscuit

    33333 by Matty G.


  • Justin AAdult Snow Cones!!!! Orange Julius...How can you go wrong?

    55555 by Justin A


  • Tami N.This is where I come when I am having affairs with weathermen.

    55555 by Tami N.


  • NOLAliciousHidden spot in the Quarter, great spot for delicious food and cocktails. Don't tell everyone about the password.

    55555 by NOLAlicious


  • Mark BThe bacon sundae was incredible!

    55555 by Mark B


  • David M.Freekeh salad is a great vegan option

    55555 by David M.


  • Christopher W.Bacon sundae!!

    55555 by Christopher W.


  • Michael Q.Try the Shrimp and Pork Belly Bahn Mi - Amazing as always. #porkbelly #shrimp #bahnmi

    55555 by Michael Q.


  • Tara B.The shrimp with a custom gin cocktail. And the bacon sundae, every second of every day.

    55555 by Tara B.


  • carolyn g.Service is so bad it's laughable but the food is worth it. Check out Neil Gaiman's blog for the "password" for a surprise starter.

    33333 by carolyn g.


  • Karen L.Awful service. Wish we could have had a better experience

    22222 by Karen L.


  • jeff SDont sit inside in the summertime. Its so bloody hot in there. Yes even worse than outside, as hard as it is to believe. Most all their food is delicious. Cant really go wrong! :)

    33333 by jeff S


  • Amy L.The fall pumpkin tasting menu was among the top three meals of my life. Pumpkin curry soup was incredible. Five star food with unpretentious service and friendly helpful staff.

    55555 by Amy L.


  • Andrew C.Top off an excellent meal with the bacon sundae - it's sublime!!!

    55555 by Andrew C.


  • EaterIf the weather’s nice, sit outside and enjoy the French Quarter in all its beauty. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Melissa L.Try the Bloody Mary - It doesn't look like much, but this is *the* best Bloody Mary I've ever had.

    55555 by Melissa L.


  • Tara P.Very interesting... food.

    55555 by Tara P.


  • Gambit New OrleansGambit's Best of New Orleans Readers' Poll 2011 Winner: Best Menu for Vegetarians

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Scott C.The Casino Royale drink is fantastic. Ask for the story behind it.

    55555 by Scott C.


  • keidra c.Best French 75 ever!!!!

    55555 by keidra c.


  • Tour CarrieGrilled cheese is weird and DELISH...but that bacon sundae had better be the reason you are there!!!!!!

    33333 by Tour Carrie


  • Gambit New OrleansTry the avocado, mint, cucumber and ginger soup on the lunch menu.http://www.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/five-chilled-soups/Content?oid=1868511

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Taylor S.Watermelon lime soup was refreshing, and toasted coconut crab salad was yum. Prices add up! 2 soups, a salad and sandwich was over $60 for lunch! Sit outside under an umbrella. Inside is TINY!

    55555 by Taylor S.


  • culicuriousThe sweet potato biscuits are TO. DIE. FOR. :)

    55555 by culicurious


  • Dan P.Best brunch in the Quarter

    55555 by Dan P.


  • Jeff Y.The Bacon Sundae will make you slap your mama... It's so good!

    55555 by Jeff Y.


  • Gambit New OrleansTry the cheese plates: the cheese list is as eclectic and adventurous as the menu. -Gambit's Five in 5

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Orchid E.according to our waiter, they no longer do the password treat. :(

    33333 by Orchid E.


  • Orchid E.ok. the password DOES still work. one server just didn't know about it. woo hoo!

    33333 by Orchid E.


  • Ava D.Skip it - expensive and mediocre. Definitely don't get the spooky blue crepes - very underseasoned.

    33333 by Ava D.


  • Alicia M.The menu is excellent. Chef is so friendly

    55555 by Alicia M.


  • Josh BPassword works! Best damn food in NOLA. You literally can't go wrong. Excellent staff and the head cheese himself stopped by to say hello. Can't say enough good things. Worth the wait!

    55555 by Josh B


  • Summer B.unbelievably delicious. get the manchego truffle grits.

    55555 by Summer B.


  • nina h.If you sit outside, wait for a table with an umbrella, otherwise you'll be miserable

    33333 by nina h.


  • Morgan J.Best bloody mary in New Orleans. The mofongo is a unique (and tasty) take on the Caribbean staple and the bacon sundae takes the guilty pleasure of eating something not entirely healthy and cranks it

    55555 by Morgan J.


  • xtofer s.Eat the biscuits, and by that I mean Eat the shit out em!

    33333 by xtofer s.


  • Christine KThe cochon is exceptional. Also, order a mint julep; a brilliant variation.

    55555 by Christine K


  • SquarePeg A.Notorious bacon sundae its disturbingly delicious

    55555 by SquarePeg A.


  • Breanne K.great for brunch. The blue corn flapjack with BBQ pork is outstanding.

    55555 by Breanne K.


  • Nikki A.this place is incredible. two must haves - mushroom bread pudding and the winter caprese salad. the chef is obviously excited about the ingredients he uses.

    55555 by Nikki A.


  • Kathy ATruly great food! everything we had was amazing. the staff was great too- friendly and helpful. if i lived in NOLA id be a regular. great prices as well.

    55555 by Kathy A


  • Natasha W.Bacon sundae. Two types of sea salt and bacon and ice cream!

    55555 by Natasha W.


  • Chris R.Truely amazing flavor combos. I have dined all over and am thrilled to find this artisan detail to food and drink. Passionate about their creations.

    55555 by Chris R.


  • Chris R.Attention foodies! Must stop here. Amazing combinations. Truely

    55555 by Chris R.


  • GourmetLiveThe clever, seasonal menu travels far and wide — South Indian utthappam (lentil pancake), South Louisiana-inspired duck sausage and sweet potatoes, and crab-stuffed Vietnamese banh xeo.

    55555 by GourmetLive


  • @sloaneMouth-watering goodness every time! Must try includes the cochon, bacon praline dessert & rum sazarac!

    55555 by @sloane


  • Derek T.Bison/bacon meatloaf sandwich. Wow.

    55555 by Derek T.


  • Robbie V.Tales of the cocktail special The Oregon Bog rocks.

    55555 by Robbie V.


  • Tiffany S.Yes, the grilled cheese is as good as advertised! And the "password" works --- I got a special treat.

    55555 by Tiffany S.


  • Tiffany S.I would sit outside if possible - the ac is on but I couldn't feel it. The chefs take pride in their dishes but seemed very stressed out.

    33333 by Tiffany S.


  • Kat C.If you're looking for a drink recommendation on the overwhelmingly large menu, go with the Solidarity Sunshine -- smooth and fantastically sippable, pairs well with everything, it seems. Finish with t

    55555 by Kat C.


  • Jacque M.Solidarity Sunshine drink is a must. The "sexy cheese" or Robiola Bosina is amazzzing choice for a cheese plate. Licqor 43 & the Loganberry liquors were great dessert drinks.

    55555 by Jacque M.


  • Keith kRefuse to sit inside unless you like eye-burning smoke.

    22222 by Keith k


  • Steven H.Must have the Father Pat's Grilled Cheese... actually, don't... it's so good you'll never be able to go back to regular grilled cheese!

    33333 by Steven H.


  • Shane NGo to Green Goddess and eat the duck-fat-fried potato chips with garlic aoili and red pepper dipping sauce at an outside table.

    55555 by Shane N


  • stephanie d.Chocolate Norwegian (gjetost!) French Toast, that is all.

    55555 by stephanie d.


  • Paul G.Get the lychee ginger mint julep. And the chef's choice cheese plate.

    55555 by Paul G.


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