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Court of Two Sisters



613 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

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(504) 522-7261

  • Sun - Sat 9:00am - 10:00pm

Cuisine: Most Romantic Restaurants

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4.5 of 5.0 from 86 reviews


price range:more than $50

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  • SOGCityOracle reviewWe've enjoyed brunch on several occasions at Two Sisters, but we always have a seat at the alley-way bar (as you enter the restaurant) to enjoy a couple of NOLA's very best mint juleps. It is an additional treat if we see or feel the ghost(s) who sometimes show up in that area.

    44444 by SOGCityOracle


  • eqqhrvd reviewEnjoyed the beautiful patio dining experience and the service was wonderful.....

    44444 by eqqhrvd


  • NM_Bill reviewYes, this place gets poo-pooed, so what. It is touristy and if locals avoid that, so what. The setting is gorgeous, the available food is uige in scope. That volume makes it almost unavoidable that a few selections are a bit less than great. Again, so what. This is the Las Vegas type splashy buffet, but with N.O. food. It's a real experience for a hungry gourmand, and will expand their horizons if new to N.O. cuisine. Eat your hearts out if hungry. A fine experience.

    22222 by NM_Bill


  • cwills reviewGreat food, atmosphere, and our waiter was THE best!

    44444 by cwills


  • kellybiz reviewThe Sunday jazz brunch is spectacular. Reservations are required, and the brunch is served buffet style...what a buffet style! Anything and everything is available and the quality is excellent. It's a bit pricey and very much a tourist destination, but well worth it in my estimation.

    44444 by kellybiz


  • RogerRabbit reviewThe Jazz Bruch (served daily) is excellent. Fresh well prepared food. Very tasty. This place gets very crowded and can be hard to get around the buffet. They need more waiters because the ones that were there were really working very hard.

    22222 by RogerRabbit


  • Melissa T.The bayou bash isn't on the menu but that drink is pure magic. Also recommend the brunch : the foods rotate as the hours change.

    55555 by Melissa T.


  • Andrew Vino50 WinesFood on the brunch buffet isn't overly great. It's serviceable. The reason to come here is for the garden patio. It makes up for what the food doesn't deliver

    55555 by Andrew Vino50 Wines


  • JackieBuffet style, which is kind of wack in and of itself, but great service, good food, really nice courtyard.

    55555 by Jackie


  • Anna E.If it's too cold for the courtyard, get a table in the sunroom right by it - the other dining rooms aren't as interesting.

    55555 by Anna E.


  • SidhuGet the glazed ham

    33333 by Sidhu


  • Misha M.Come here for dinner and skip the breakfast/brunch buffet.

    55555 by Misha M.


  • Carla D.Very good place for brunch. Just make sure that you're on empty because they have a lot to fill you up with.

    55555 by Carla D.


  • Joey B.Amazing place for an expensive breakfast, it was beautiful. The food could be a bit better but I still enjoyed it. They even have musicians that play while you eat.

    55555 by Joey B.


  • Mariah H.Amazing brunch in the courtyard. Great New Orleans experience.

    55555 by Mariah H.


  • Shawn R.Alligator sausage comes with an incredible sauce that you can dip your bread in when no one is looking!

    55555 by Shawn R.


  • anjalyEggs Benedict! Don't forget the eggs Benedict!

    55555 by anjaly


  • Mauricio S.Excelente lugar! Vayan al jazz brunch. Espectacular comida y musica. MUST

    55555 by Mauricio S.


  • April S.Overrated, overpriced, overcooked. Go to the bar and have a better experience.

    22222 by April S.


  • Elizabeth M.The courtyard was extremely charming at night, and the seafood Γ©touffΓ©e was excellent. It would make a great date spot!

    55555 by Elizabeth M.


  • Claudia F.Nothing vegetarian. Rude staff

    11111 by Claudia F.


  • Shannon S.Show up around 11, they'll be switching from breakfast to lunch so you can try it all! too good to be called a buffet.

    55555 by Shannon S.


  • Ellen P.Really amazing location!

    55555 by Ellen P.


  • Malayzia M.Heaven on Earth

    55555 by Malayzia M.


  • Jheanelle W.Make a reservation and try to get a table by the band. Try the turtle soup!

    55555 by Jheanelle W.


  • Katherine M.Brunch is amazing. It's pricey ($29 per person) but totally worth it.

    55555 by Katherine M.


  • Ivette T.Must have the bread pudding, Cajun hash browns and sweet potatoes glazed with pecans!

    55555 by Ivette T.


  • Mercedes N.A must is the Bayou Bash... Sangria type drink made with Southern Comfort :-)

    55555 by Mercedes N.


  • Travis C.Anything with sweet potatoes will be awesome. The Eggs Benedict is great and you can't lose with the Oreo pie dessert.

    55555 by Travis C.


  • Rob S.Dude, just... Perfect. Brunch at its very best.

    55555 by Rob S.


  • Molly M.5 stars in my opinion!!!!!!!!!!!!!😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍π

    55555 by Molly M.


  • Shirley Y.The courtyard is very amazing. Most importantly, the food is very delicious.

    55555 by Shirley Y.


  • β˜†ε½‘ Mitchell F.You never know heaven until you taste Bananas Foster and their famous Courtyard Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce.

    55555 by β˜†ε½‘ Mitchell F.


  • Lilly W.Bread pudding and jazz in the courtyard are out of bounds incredible

    55555 by Lilly W.


  • Rue the TrypChyckJazz Brunch is phenom! Make a reservation for courtyard seating

    55555 by Rue the TrypChyck


  • Jayne C.Most incredible brunch you will every have. Go early Sunday morning, sit in the courtyard, order a bloody mary and enjoy the jazz....

    55555 by Jayne C.


  • Sherry S.Must try ribs, bread pudding and a spicy Bloody Mary. Heavenly!

    55555 by Sherry S.


  • Gambit New OrleansOld Creole classics include turtle soup and the buttery casserole called crawfish Louise. Try them out!

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Tony S.Atmosphere and service was outstanding, food was not.

    55555 by Tony S.


  • Shannon L.Save room on your plate for the cajun sweet potatoes and corn bread. They are amazing.

    55555 by Shannon L.


  • Dick B.Check out their desert; Banana Foster. Incredibly yummy.

    55555 by Dick B.


  • Julie A.Great place... the glazed sweet potatoes are a must at the Jazz brunch!

    55555 by Julie A.


  • aram d.Staff can get a little confused at times as to who is at who's table, but it's easy to flag them down.

    33333 by aram d.


  • Ken R.An great NOLA experience.

    55555 by Ken R.


  • Tom R.Fantastic breakfast stop!

    55555 by Tom R.


  • Nicolas S.Sit outside in the sun and prepare for a brunchtrip to heaven...

    55555 by Nicolas S.


  • MausamiSunday Jazz brunch buffet was awesome. Lots of variety and good food to choose from. The service was pretty great as well.

    55555 by Mausami


  • Dara A.Not for fellow Food Allergy sufferers. Buffet lunch includes mostly sauced foods. Friends said food was fair. Cold gravy, heavy garlic mash potatoes. VERY limited bathroom facilities.

    33333 by Dara A.


  • Emily R.The Jazz Brunch is amazing. Well worth the money. The service is impeccable.

    55555 by Emily R.


  • Chris M.Great for late buffet brunch: crawfish, catfish, gumbo, jambalaya, and about 60+ other dishes.

    55555 by Chris M.


  • Terry G.Get another plate. You only live once.

    33333 by Terry G.


  • AnonymousBit overrated but servers are nice.

    55555 by Anonymous


  • Rene' v.At $45 per person - its a good plays to go if you're hungry with over 80 gourmet dishes.

    55555 by Rene' v.


  • Kurt N.The brunch buffet is great. Like others have said sit outside if you can but the seafood omelet is not good at all. Avoid it. But the veal and biscuits are awesome.

    55555 by Kurt N.


  • Ange M.LA Seafood Restaurant Week menu - don't get the fish; quite disappointed. Green tomato/shrimp app was great though.

    33333 by Ange M.


  • Lillyth B.Great Brunch spot!

    55555 by Lillyth B.


  • John B.Amazing everything! Try the veal! Ask for Patrick!

    55555 by John B.


  • Vin M.Not a good place to be on a diet.

    55555 by Vin M.


  • FayolaGet a table not in the walkway area. too many servers walk by. But otherwise, great experience.

    33333 by Fayola


  • Michelle D.BEST brunch in the city. Try to sit outside in the courtyard, and save room for an omelet!

    55555 by Michelle D.


  • Amanda S.Bayou Bash is awesome! Southern Comfort, 5 fruit juice blend, and their own house cabernet.

    55555 by Amanda S.


  • Jennilyn L.Great brunch here. Outdoor seating, jazz band and wonderful service. The classic eggs Benedict and duck a l'orange were my favorites!

    55555 by Jennilyn L.


  • Gretchen A.Maybe I just didn't eat the right stuff, but I wasn't too impressed. Food is decent but doesn't even come close to how good brunch at Cafe Atchafalaya is. Fwiw, I'm a local

    33333 by Gretchen A.


  • Tara and KarinaThe brunch buffet is the best in town. You better set a full two hours out for this oneβ€”no matter what I tell you is delicious (seafood jambalaya, bananas foster), you're going to try it all yourself.

    55555 by Tara and Karina


  • Bob M.Sunday brunch is the best I have ever had anywhere.

    55555 by Bob M.


  • Curtis J.One of my favorite places in New Orleans. Try the Caesar Salad... it's made fresh at your table!

    55555 by Curtis J.


  • Robert F.Buffet style food was ok

    33333 by Robert F.


  • Stephanie D.The atmosphere here is to die for. Love it. Sit outside if you can.

    55555 by Stephanie D.


  • Jon H.Ohmygod the grits, ohmygod. Best...thing...ever!

    55555 by Jon H.


  • NOLA Nites ConciergeDining beneath the Count of Two Sisters’ century-old wisteria canopy is divine.

    55555 by NOLA Nites Concierge


  • NOLA Nites ConciergeWe love being serenaded during the Court of Two Sisters’ daily jazz brunch.

    55555 by NOLA Nites Concierge


  • Rejeannda H.The oreo cake and ice cream us AMAZING!!

    55555 by Rejeannda H.


  • Rodrigo P.Duck, duck, duck!

    55555 by Rodrigo P.


  • Kim D.Fun Southern food tourist experience. Food isn't exceptional for the most part. Average food quality. Enjoyed our time but wouldn't do twice.

    33333 by Kim D.


  • Skye H.Brunch for 2 = $65

    55555 by Skye H.


  • Kelley B.This place is huge. There are two entrances, one on Bourbon and Royal. Try a mint Julep. Nice morning drink. :)

    55555 by Kelley B.


  • Madison L.Best bloody Mary with a kick!

    55555 by Madison L.


  • Christina J.Ribs, eggs Benedict and heavenly French bread. Disappointing kings cake.

    55555 by Christina J.


  • Dave F.Great brunch.

    55555 by Dave F.


  • Paige H.Beautiful courtyard! Sit outside!

    55555 by Paige H.


  • Visa R.Sit in the courtyard!

    33333 by Visa R.


  • Bobbie C.Absolutely Great brunch

    55555 by Bobbie C.


  • Michelle H.The bayou bash - sweet and tart. Not too much of either. Delicious!

    55555 by Michelle H.


  • Jeff S.Try the turtle soup.

    55555 by Jeff S.


  • Corissa H.Make sure to pet the cat, miss sasha

    55555 by Corissa H.


  • ChaseGreat Food! Service SUCKS if your in a group of more than 4. I have asked for OJ 4 times and I have yet to get it.

    33333 by Chase


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