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Stanley



Jackson Square 547 St. Ann St
New Orleans, LA 70116

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(504) 587-0093

Hours

  • Sunday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Monday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants

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4.5 of 5.0 from 217 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • Rebecca Gomez Farrell on Mar 13, 2013

    This time around, we'll walk through the Garden district, stop for meals, beers, and streetcar rides, and finish the visit up with bourbon, breakfast, and one last Jackson Square view. Let's go!

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  • Michaela KWe had the Stanley classic and it was delicious!

    55555 by Michaela K


  • Katerina JNice location but the food is average

    33333 by Katerina J


  • Kelsey MBest Bloody Mary I have ever had, get the double. Also, the po'boy eggs benedict is delicious.

    55555 by Kelsey M


  • Major Alan Skip. The food in this city is too good to waste stomach space on tasteless breakfast.

    33333 by Major Alan "Dutch" J


  • Alex PlutzerThe brunch menu is amazing and the seafood platter Benedict is unreal. Great drinks too

    55555 by Alex Plutzer


  • Paul CunninghamCute place. Cozy atmosphere. The chicken sandwich lives up to the hype. Good seasoning an fry; juicy, not dry. French fries are well seasoned as well. Good deal. Nice bartenders.

    55555 by Paul Cunningham


  • Chris B.This place is a quaint place tucked on the corner across from Cafe Du Monde. The Breaux Bridge Benedict was AMAZING, however very overpriced at $16.00 .The bacon/cheese grits were mouth watering also.

    55555 by Chris B.


  • Chris B.Gotta try the bacon & cheese grits! Do it! Seriously!

    55555 by Chris B.


  • Ozle CFood is good but the staff is not friendly!

    55555 by Ozle C


  • Vivian EReally tasty Bloody Mary. Breaux Bridge Benedict is not hyped, get it!

    55555 by Vivian E


  • Matthew S.Bananas Foster French toast was the bomb!!

    55555 by Matthew S.


  • Patrick HaleySoft Shell Crab Eggs Benedict is absolutely incredible.

    55555 by Patrick Haley


  • Francis P.Omelette sandwich

    55555 by Francis P.


  • Dillon JStop by and have the Beaux Bri Benedict for breakfast. To die for!

    55555 by Dillon J


  • Anita M.The Breaux Bridge Benedict was a real southern treat! Our waiter, Bill, was a delight, welcoming and efficient. The host, however, should be replaced. Unfriendly and snarky.

    55555 by Anita M.


  • Abe AnwarBanana and Vanilla Ice Cream French Toast

    55555 by Abe Anwar


  • Lee Ann SThe Stanley classic is wonderful. Loved the potatoes! But you must try the bacon and cheese grits! I am not normally a grits person but I am glad I tried these! Wonderful!

    55555 by Lee Ann S


  • Kate Y.Great place for breakfast on the Square. Try the Stanley Benedict.

    55555 by Kate Y.


  • Debra KNot good. Spent $50.... For breakfast.Seafood platter...Crab had a distinct unpleasant fish taste. All fried. Poached egg cold and overcooked. Worse meal I ever had in NOLA

    22222 by Debra K


  • Anna NOverrated. Dishes are small with nothing exceptional on the menu. The servers seem overworked or not well trained. Much better meals in the city without the hefty price tag and long wait.

    33333 by Anna N


  • Jennifer AThe classic was delicious. Poached eggs were perfect. Breaux bridge was phenomenal!!!! That boudin though😍

    55555 by Jennifer A


  • Andrew GorznyGo here for breakfast. The Eggs Benedict with boudin is out of this world. Probably the best thing you'll ever eat.

    55555 by Andrew Gorzny


  • Paula F.We had the Corned Bbef Hash and it was good. Nothing much!

    33333 by Paula F.


  • Erin SI had the gumbo and was actually not a huge fan! My friends grits were good

    33333 by Erin S


  • Pema BI ordered the Louisiana Jambalaya but it was average and do note that you pay via an app and the lowest tip option available is 18% with the waiter standing right there as you tip.

    33333 by Pema B


  • Stephen S.Breakfast and brunch is where Stanley's excels. The best grits (bacon/cheese) I have ever had coupled with a legit Breaux Benedict are a couple of reasons to make an appearance!

    55555 by Stephen S.


  • Brandi B.Great breakfast but get there early

    55555 by Brandi B.


  • Michele RhynardGreat burgers and onion rings! My husband and I stop yearly here on our way to Florida!!

    55555 by Michele Rhynard


  • Cami Wrightthe food was not good and the waiter was extremely rude.

    22222 by Cami Wright


  • Brandie KThe oyster shrimp po'boy!

    33333 by Brandie K


  • Cami Wrighti got the bananas foster french toast and it was amazing!

    55555 by Cami Wright


  • Ryan A.Coffee and ice cream oasis

    55555 by Ryan A.


  • Emily AndinoFood is very good, but prepare for a long wait if you want to eat brunch here on the weekend.

    55555 by Emily Andino


  • Kelli M.Mimosas to die for!!

    55555 by Kelli M.


  • Chasing EThe Bananas Foster French Toast is the bomb.com! Yummy mix of cinnamon, nutmeg and other yum flavored will leave you begging for more! Be sure to try it!!!

    55555 by Chasing E


  • Brian FlockThe burger is awesome, as is just about anything from the breakfast menu. Make sure to go next door and get a Bloody Mary from Stella while you wait!

    55555 by Brian Flock


  • Jessie ChenAnything on the brunch menu! Just anything!

    55555 by Jessie Chen


  • Cynthia M.Brunching? Breaux Bridge Benedict FTW! Highly recommended.

    55555 by Cynthia M.


  • emilyyyif you like tea and/or vodka get the Stanley Screamer!!!

    33333 by emilyyy


  • HenryThe 3B's: The Breaux Bridge Benedict. Take some fried oysters aside!

    55555 by Henry


  • Aaron PGreat food. Awesome service!

    55555 by Aaron P


  • Richard AThanksgiving Turkey Croissant! Not your everyday "After Thanksgiving sandwich" - delicious!

    55555 by Richard A


  • Alane LStanley Classic is a great choice!! Simple, yet delicious.

    55555 by Alane L


  • Maibey N.They make a solid Bloody Mary!

    55555 by Maibey N.


  • Chefs FeedRick Tramonto, chef of Restaurant R'evolution, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Breaux Bridge Benedict.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Latham B.Irish coffee milkshake was great. This place was a bit over priced and overrated, but not bad by any means. The roast beef poboy was subpar for New Orleans.

    33333 by Latham B.


  • Brendan R.Order the Breaux Bridge Benedict. Eggs Benedict on top of delicious jambalaya. Such a treat!

    55555 by Brendan R.


  • rahblahAlways a personal struggle to resist the boozy shakes here. Yum.

    55555 by rahblah


  • Mirosław FlorekStanley Eggs is just ok. Eggs benedict with rather descent oysters. Price is high. My rate is 7/10.

    55555 by Mirosław Florek


  • Michelle F.food and service have gotten progressively worse

    22222 by Michelle F.


  • Megan K.Food was great. The service was horrible. The server never came back to check on us.

    22222 by Megan K.


  • James CaiTry the egg Stanley. Fried oysters for breakfast, live american style.

    55555 by James Cai


  • Arden D.Breaux Bridge Benedict was so awesome!

    55555 by Arden D.


  • Nick P.The Breaux Bridge Benedict and the Bananas Foster French Toast will change your life.

    55555 by Nick P.


  • Asher Y.This was disappointing for a standard breakfast. Plain scrambled eggs were overcooked.

    22222 by Asher Y.


  • Kerry-Ann CDefinitely try the banana foster French toast!!

    55555 by Kerry-Ann C


  • Anoosh H.Eh... I've had better

    33333 by Anoosh H.


  • Mick M.Get a window seat on Jackson Sq and enjoy the Eggs Stanley!

    55555 by Mick M.


  • Carol MillsAsk for the bananas foster sauce for the walnut and banana pancakes! Heaven!

    55555 by Carol Mills


  • rozi d.The loaded cheese grits and the Bloody Mary are absolutely delicious! Get them both and then get some other stuff.

    55555 by rozi d.


  • Valarie M.not my favorite but if you desperately need breakfast while you are visiting - go here.

    55555 by Valarie M.


  • Kristi B.Great omelet sandwich!!!

    55555 by Kristi B.


  • Sandy ROrder a side of oysters with anything. There yummy.

    55555 by Sandy R


  • NoWait, Inc.Skip the long wait times & host stand. Use NoWait to get in line from your phone http://bit.ly/1aMOQaH

    22222 by NoWait, Inc.


  • Ray G.Eat the toast and crap it on Preston's chest while watching VH1.

    33333 by Ray G.


  • Dan S.Great location but the food was a bit disappointing. Tasty but tiny shrimp po boy for 13.50 and soggy, uncooked fries. Nice Caesar salad though. Will probably give it a miss next time.

    33333 by Dan S.


  • JackieRestaurant is closed for winter renovations-- only a limited menu available at a deli counter. Wait for Spring.

    55555 by Jackie


  • Akash D.Amazing Sweet Potato fries!

    55555 by Akash D.


  • Ranu R.Impressed with their bloody marys. Make it a double!

    55555 by Ranu R.


  • Vincent V.Not so special at all. Regular egg Benedict's. Regular pancakes even with bananas. The vanilla ice cream was good but not worth the fuss.

    33333 by Vincent V.


  • Itzela-Food-NerdLouisiana Gumbo!

    55555 by Itzela-Food-Nerd


  • Tonya S.Eggs Stanley-cornmeal-crusted oysters, poached eggs, canadian bacon, and creole hollandaise sauce on a toasted english muffin. It was delicious.

    55555 by Tonya S.


  • Andrew M.Great food and helpful staff. Had a small problem with our food and it was quickly corrected.

    55555 by Andrew M.


  • Eric C.Can't go wrong with anything here. They have a killer corned beef hash!

    55555 by Eric C.


  • Emily C.Amazing po boy poached egg sandwich!

    55555 by Emily C.


  • Courtney N.Eggs Stanley... Do it

    55555 by Courtney N.


  • Nigel S.kinda mediocre if you are expecting french food. But great if you are expecting american!

    55555 by Nigel S.


  • Jeb R.If you go for breakfast and there's a wait, go next door and grab a coffee or a bloody mary while you wait. And then get the Breaux Bridge Benedict.

    55555 by Jeb R.


  • Rick L.This is operated by the owner of Stella! Great food in a casual atmosphere. the breakfast oysters are to die for!

    55555 by Rick L.


  • Haley D.Just beautiful.

    55555 by Haley D.


  • Allison T.The Banana Foster French Toast was TO DIE FOR! Homemade ice cream on top!

    55555 by Allison T.


  • Adrienne S.The Thanksgiving sandwich seemed so promising, but was just deli meat on a crappy roll. Cheeseburger looked like it came out of a stack in the freezer, and the homemade ice cream was sadly also meh.

    33333 by Adrienne S.


  • Lana T.Great food, good drinks but the attitude of the staff is left to be desired.

    33333 by Lana T.


  • Natalie W.Try the Muffalatta (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Natalie W.


  • Tammy T.Sux...overpriced and cold food!! Go to the ruby slipper instead

    22222 by Tammy T.


  • Dave N.Pancakes with everything are awesome. Coffee's delicious as well as long as you dig the chicory thing.

    55555 by Dave N.


  • Elizabeth M.People aren't lying about the Bureaux Bridge being completely delicious. I highly recommend it!

    55555 by Elizabeth M.


  • Adam V.Ask for Brian. He's got all the tips!

    33333 by Adam V.


  • Claudia F.Their ice coffee is amazing.

    55555 by Claudia F.


  • Ross G.Worth the wait. Very cutting edge way of waiting, you give your cell phone number & get texts when they are ready for you.

    33333 by Ross G.


  • HdiJoh S.Still awesome - and the new POS on mobile device at the table ROCKS!!!! Good for you in staying up on technology!

    55555 by HdiJoh S.


  • Thadeu M.Breaux Bridge Benedict.

    55555 by Thadeu M.


  • Michael M.Disappointing. The Eggs Benedict Poor Boy was the size of an egg mcmuffin. The corned beef hash had under cooked eggs.

    22222 by Michael M.


  • Peggy Buzz T.Wow. Limited menu for breakfast, over priced, (want your eggs up instead of scrabled is an additional $2.50!) and the breakfast potatoes were so spicy hot they were impossible to eat. Awful!

    33333 by Peggy Buzz T.


  • Robert E.Fun, inexpensive, delicious!

    55555 by Robert E.


  • Peter Z.Someone from The Real World eats here? Man, this place is SO OVER.

    55555 by Peter Z.


  • DJ SoapTry the Bananas Foster French Toast - Simply amazing (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by DJ Soap


  • Nicolas L.As everyone else said, the Breaux Bridges is the way to go.

    33333 by Nicolas L.


  • Maryfran B.Eggs Benedict po boy! Mmmmm

    55555 by Maryfran B.


  • AbinBest Bloody Mary I've ever had, nice and spicy kick! Corned beef hash with big chunks are killer.

    55555 by Abin


  • Heidi L.Oysters are the bomb

    55555 by Heidi L.


  • Richard R.Eggs Stanley was great. Give your number to the hostess they will text you when your table is ready. Go next door to the service bar and have a Bloody Mary while you wait.

    33333 by Richard R.


  • T K.Food was ok.. but came out in under 3 minutes flat...it freaks me out.

    22222 by T K.


  • Gal R.Try the Soft Shell Crab Poor Boy (via @Foodspotting)

    33333 by Gal R.


  • Eric T.Try the Eggs Stanley (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Eric T.


  • Eric T.Try the Eggs Stella (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Eric T.


  • Phil C.I came one day and got the Muffeletta Poboy and it was meh, but I came back the next day and got the Eggs Stanley and was amazed! I don't normally like oysters, but they were great!

    55555 by Phil C.


  • Adam M.Best Brunch In New Orleans

    55555 by Adam M.


  • Pete M.Great breakfast! Also spotted Cameron Diaz there.

    55555 by Pete M.


  • Melissa B.I got the breaux bridge benedict, AMAZING!! We sat at the bar which was fine with us (faster wait). Brian was working the bar, & he made the experience! Amazing waiter. We'll be back for milkshakes!

    55555 by Melissa B.


  • AprilBest French Fries in NOLA

    55555 by April


  • Keith E.Food was really good but we were eating with another couple and the waiter refused to split our check, said it was against their policy so I had to pay the whole check and he had an attitude about it.

    11111 by Keith E.


  • Lauren J.Eggs Stanley! Fried oysters over perfectly poached eggs and sauced with hollindase and green onion! Yum

    55555 by Lauren J.


  • Bruce K.Try the Brandy Punch Milkshake (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Bruce K.


  • Jeff W.Eggs Stanley is a no brainer: fried oysters, perfectly poached eggs, thick ham, thin biscuit topped with creole spiced hollandaise. Coffee ice cream to go.

    55555 by Jeff W.


  • Jade S.The poached eggs are perfect. The breakfast potatoes are amazing. And a little spicy.

    55555 by Jade S.


  • Laura H.Creole breakfast potatoes are a must.

    55555 by Laura H.


  • Jeff W.Eggs Stanley. Hot sauce and ketchup.

    33333 by Jeff W.


  • Rob B.Try the voodoo gumbo!

    55555 by Rob B.


  • Ray G.Get the Breaux, bro.

    33333 by Ray G.


  • Johnny N.Really good chicken and alligator gumbo. For someone who cannot eat shellfish, this is the perfect way to try gumbo. The Italian sodas are very tasty.

    55555 by Johnny N.


  • Claire L.My eggs were cooked perfectly but served cold........

    33333 by Claire L.


  • Randy M.Breaux Bridge Benedict is a must have and ask for some fried oysters on the side.

    55555 by Randy M.


  • Megan B.Yum! Great service!

    55555 by Megan B.


  • Randi G.Gumbo is amazing but the White Russian milkshake is a must!!

    55555 by Randi G.


  • René C.The Breaux Bridge Benedict is absolutely amazing. Get some fried oysters on the side, and have the best bloody mary you'll ever have.

    55555 by René C.


  • Lindsey MGet the large mimosas!

    33333 by Lindsey M


  • Dori N.Best breakfast in NOLA Eggs Stanley

    55555 by Dori N.


  • Alan B.Best Margarita of our vacation!!

    55555 by Alan B.


  • Patti B.Amazing eggs benedict

    55555 by Patti B.


  • Jared L.Beaux Bridge Benedict comes highly recommended.

    55555 by Jared L.


  • Gloria C.try the bananas foster french toast, soft shell crab, breaux bridge benedict

    55555 by Gloria C.


  • Louie T.Mufulatta poboy sandwich was delicious. Very nice service too

    55555 by Louie T.


  • Danielle JThe Eggs Stanley had me dancing in my chair!!

    33333 by Danielle J


  • Fork NotesThe Apex Burger is awesome.

    55555 by Fork Notes


  • Erica R.Don't get hung up on the tourist vibe: it's phenomenal. Vegetarians can get their fill of creole brunch items with banana fosters french toast (with house made ice cream) and creole taters.

    55555 by Erica R.


  • Tiran D.Must try their New Orleans Reuben.

    55555 by Tiran D.


  • Mike C.Try the Breaux Bridge Benedict - Boudin, smoked ham, American cheese, poached eggs, and creole hollandaise on French bread (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Pancakes With Blueberries And Walnuts - So good (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the pancakes - With vanilla ice cream, walnuts and blueberries (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Faline W.Omelet sandwich is a must!!! For something sweet try the ice cream topped pancakes... Slap yo mama good!!!

    55555 by Faline W.


  • Jeff K.Great poor boys.

    33333 by Jeff K.


  • Tony M.Come in the morning! U can get breakfast and lunch items and avoid the huge wait.

    55555 by Tony M.


  • Amanda W.Excellent breakfast. Plus they're open crazy early it the morning which makes it a perfect stop before an early flight home!

    55555 by Amanda W.


  • James G.Try the Breaux Bridge Benedict (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by James G.


  • WindsorEatsTry the gumbo. Wonderful smoky flavour.

    55555 by WindsorEats


  • Gini T.Must have: 1) The Benedict with the Cajun Hollandaise 2) the Cajun Potatoes

    55555 by Gini T.


  • Von A.Blood Orange pommegranate Italian soda....amaze.

    55555 by Von A.


  • Timothy M.Stelllllllaaaa! Great Stanley classic and coffee.

    55555 by Timothy M.


  • Petra S.The gumbo was delicious, but sadly lukewarm. Also when they say "small", they mean it...

    33333 by Petra S.


  • Rico R.Corned Beef Hash with a poached egg with creole hollandaise sauce!

    55555 by Rico R.


  • jason d.Get the breaux bridge benedict, don't even question it

    33333 by jason d.


  • Elizabeth C.Excellent food and super friendly service! Place was always busy but they get the food out quick and it's perfect. We had the pepperoni pizza Caesar salad Po boy and the rueben and we both loved!

    55555 by Elizabeth C.


  • Christina M.Try the Eggs Benedict Poboy - Delicious (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Christina M.


  • Christie D.Awesome eggs Benedict poor boy

    55555 by Christie D.


  • NeevoOne of the best breakfast places I have been to - and not just in NoLa! Anything on the menu will be a good choice.

    55555 by Neevo


  • Melissa V.I got the breaux bridge benedict, my friend got the benedict poboy and we shared creole potatoes. Everything was so delicious....one of the best breakfast meals ive had in awhile.

    55555 by Melissa V.


  • Sara R.Love the bananas foster french toast!!! The thanksgiving turkey croissant was also delicious and their service is amazing!

    55555 by Sara R.


  • Susan P.Try the Bananas Foster Milkshake (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Susan P.


  • Susan P.Try the Korean Barbeque Beef Tenderloin and House Kimchee Poor Boy (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Susan P.


  • Casie A.The Cajun breakfast potatoes are a must. After breakfast, unbutton your pants.

    55555 by Casie A.


  • MindyGet the pancakes with bananas! Yummmm

    55555 by Mindy


  • Benita B.You must have the corned beef hash !

    55555 by Benita B.


  • Leslie L.Amazing place, LaMadeline was good but Stanley. Ask for Jenny she's a great server.

    55555 by Leslie L.


  • Colby S.Best breakfast I've had in New Orleans. You can check out the cathedral and street performers while you wait. They have poaching eggs down to a science. The boudin and soft shelled crab were awesome!

    55555 by Colby S.


  • KyleHave you tried the ice cream?

    33333 by Kyle


  • Tracey H.Eggs Benedict Po Boy is the way to go!

    55555 by Tracey H.


  • Matt K.Breakup Bridge Bennie and Reuben rocked!!!

    55555 by Matt K.


  • EaterThe casual counterpart to Scott Boswell's masterpiece, Stella! Because it is a Boswell restaurant, everything is exceptionally well prepared. They have the best reuben in town. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • David B.Try the Brandy Punch Milkshake - What an outstanding way to combine a #cocktail with #dessert (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by David B.


  • Kim K.The roast beef po-boy is amazing--such deep and rich flavor.

    55555 by Kim K.


  • Erik A.For an amazing lynch, come hungry: get a (not so) small gumbo with your meal. Amazing!

    55555 by Erik A.


  • Cathy R.best bloody mary

    55555 by Cathy R.


  • Evan S.The a absolute worst service I have ever had. If you plan on splitting a check , let them know I'm advance or it will take 2 hours for them after you eat

    22222 by Evan S.


  • James W.Make sure you say you want your check split up ahead of time. will freak out on you, be rude, and take longer than it took you to eat. Never had a more ridiculous post-meal experience in my life.

    33333 by James W.


  • Jennilyn L.We sat at the bat both times we went on our trip - quickly became our fav spot for brunch. Breaux Bridge Benedict was outstanding, as was the Stanley classic. All day brunch also won them points!

    55555 by Jennilyn L.


  • Max J.Hungover? Get the "World Famous Stanley Burger" with a fried egg on top and enjoy the rest of your day.

    55555 by Max J.


  • Rachel N.Ice cream for breakfast, @michaelsantee?

    55555 by Rachel N.


  • Ish C.Try the Breux Bridge Benedict

    55555 by Ish C.


  • Eric I.Food was decent if not overpriced.

    33333 by Eric I.


  • Eric I.Kind of ridiculous that to get a bloody Mary or a Brandy Milk Punch you have to buy a souvenir glass.

    33333 by Eric I.


  • Kristin W.Get a milkshake!!! Super thick and creamy

    55555 by Kristin W.


  • Robert F.Good Food Great Service fun people watching

    55555 by Robert F.


  • Jose B.Best fried oyster po-boy in town!

    55555 by Jose B.


  • Nicholas C.Banana foster milk shake good. Banana foster French toast not that good. Breaux bridges Benedict ok. Burger good. Corned beef hash ok

    55555 by Nicholas C.


  • Sydney B.The pepperoni pizza caesar salad poor boy sounds strange but TRUST ME... get it. You won't be sorry. And ask for extra napkins!

    33333 by Sydney B.


  • Gambit New OrleansTry slider versions of fried oyster, Korean beef and club po-boys.

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • J B.Omelette sandwich will not let you down

    33333 by J B.


  • Lindsay L.Bad day for Stanleys, I guess. Curdled cream for my coffee, took FOREVER to get our food, and my french toast was hard (but still good). The line was long so clearly they have good days.

    22222 by Lindsay L.


  • LoWonderful place to eat!

    55555 by Lo


  • Leslie K.Serving the most perfect poached eggs over boudin.

    55555 by Leslie K.


  • Kami T.Every tjing is good here I came her bunch of times even for my brithday

    33333 by Kami T.


  • Jessica IPepperoni pizza caesar salad poor boy...weird but awesome.

    55555 by Jessica I


  • Eric F.Try the fish.

    55555 by Eric F.


  • rhea m.nice staff, delicious food. breaux bridge benedict mmm mmm!

    55555 by rhea m.


  • RachaelOmlette sandwich is the best hangover food. You can take half of it home too!

    55555 by Rachael


  • Josh TBloody Mary and Creole Potatoes.

    55555 by Josh T


  • Jaclyn M.Thanksgiving Turkey Croissant is amazing!

    55555 by Jaclyn M.


  • Brandon R.Oh my god, bananas foster french toast. How is this legal? It's too decadent for civilized society.

    55555 by Brandon R.


  • Tyler B.We ate here twice on a 4 day vacation. The eggs stanley and the eggs Stella are awesome. The vanilla shake was off the hook.

    55555 by Tyler B.


  • 🆗🆒Lindsey W.Oh my god, the Eggs Stanley is a must.

    55555 by 🆗🆒Lindsey W.


  • Tameka JGreat staff. Very helpful in making a dinner decision. The corned beef hash is excellent!

    55555 by Tameka J


  • MaryBoring! Food not as good as menu sounds - even the Korean Beef Poor Boy was boring. (They say POOR boy.) On Jackson Square, so pricey, of course. Shame because I'm willing to pay for good food.

    33333 by Mary


  • Hairetsu MBennedict and the omelette sandwich are awesssssome

    55555 by Hairetsu M


  • Marcos GThe waffle cone with Chunky Chartres house made ice cream is to die for!! Come for great food and friendly service.

    55555 by Marcos G


  • kris h.Heckuva hash...and lots of it, too.

    55555 by kris h.


  • Brooke STry the boudin

    55555 by Brooke S


  • Chris L.Great brunch. Well worth the wait if you don't get there early.

    55555 by Chris L.


  • MTVLove the food here. - Preston, Real World: New Orleans

    55555 by MTV


  • James C.Got the Breaux Bridge Benedict and it is incredible! Also, take a walk around the Square and down the River.

    55555 by James C.


  • Alya S.The egg stanley is awesome, the coffee ok

    55555 by Alya S.


  • Dung N.Get the Stanley Classic. Besides the usual scrambled eggs, smoked bacon,and whole wheat toast, you get awesome creole breakfast potatoes.

    55555 by Dung N.


  • Edgar S.Get a milkshake. You won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Edgar S.


  • Nicole E.Try the omlette sandwich, it is the best.

    55555 by Nicole E.


  • BrandonEggs Stanley

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  • Brian S.Located on the southeast corner of historic Jackson Square, Restaurant Stanley provided the best breakfast sandwich I ever ate. Old Fashioned soda shop with Po-boy sandwiches as well.

    55555 by Brian S.


  • Jessie BMy bloody looks amazing... And it tastes as good as it looks...

    55555 by Jessie B


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