"Locally Inspired, Nationally Recognized"
The Dickie Brennan family of restaurants began in 1991 with the opening of Palace Café. This classic New Orleans restaurant, located at the foot of the French Quarter, serves contemporary Creole food in an upbeat and lively grand café. The restaurant, housed in the historic Werlein Music building is committed to evolving Creole dishes and creating new favorites.Visit Site
DICKIE BRENNAN'S STEAKHOUSE
Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse opened in 1998 and today features straightforward USDA beef with a New Orleans touch. At Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse, we tap into the Brennan family’s 60 years of expertise in the art of beef preparation. That’s why we grill our chops, sear our strips, and broil our filets. The same level of detail extends to the service; guests experience a grand dining experience with all the hospitality for which New Orleans is known. Because of this, discerning locals, as well as national publications have taken note. Travel & Leisure named it one of the “Best Steakhouses in the U.S.”, while USA Today praised its “mouth-watering steaks with an unusual twist.”Visit Site
Bourbon House, New Orleans’ premier oyster bar and seafood restaurant is all about local seafood, if it’s not in season, you won’t find it on our menu. The restaurant boasts a lively atmosphere with huge picture windows overlooking Bourbon Street. Guests are invited to enjoy an incredible menu of classic New Orleans dishes complemented by new favorites or to relish on fresh Gulf oysters at the oyster bar. Bourbon House is more than just a name – the restaurant offers one of the country’s most extensive and impressive list of small batch and single barrel bourbons and is home to the famed New Orleans Bourbon Society.Visit Site
Dickie Brennan’s Tableau opened in the spring of 2013. Located on Jackson Square attached to the historic Le Petit Theatre; Tableau is in the heart of the French Quarter. Tableau showcases regional ingredients and classic Creole dishes revisited. Our chef team celebrates the historical components of Creole cuisine and builds dishes based on their authentic roots. With Creole cuisine blending flavors from many regions around the world including the Caribbean, France, Spain, Portugal, and the Ivory Coast, Tableau’s dishes reflect a wide variety of flavors and influences combined with a modern approach. Upon opening, Tableau was selected by the Times-Picayune “one of the Best New Restaurants in New Orleans.” Tableau offers a variety of dining ambiances from the courtyard, to the main dining room, to the Drawing Room lounge to our balcony overlooking Jackson Square.Visit Site
Much is shared around the table—values are forged, taste buds are formed, memories are made. We are bringing people to the table with food for the young and young-at-heart. Dickie Brennan & Co.’s Acorn serves fresh, family friendly cuisine, utilizing local ingredients. The café’s location overlooking the lagoon in City Park is the perfect spot to discover a bit of respite after an afternoon at the museum, or a morning jog through the park. The café has a separate entrance from the museum, allowing for it to be accessed by museum guests as well as other visitors.Visit Site
In early 2020, Dickie Brennan & Co was working quietly on its latest project - The Commissary. This project was different than all the others that led before it - it is not a restaurant. It's a commercial kitchen in the Lower Garden District designed to serve multiple purposes!
It's a central kitchen to make the most delicious, consistent soups, stocks, desserts and more for our Dickie Brennan & Co. restaurants
It's a market that allows DBC the opportunity to sell directly to our guests. We offer items worth stocking up on including house butchered Louisiana steaks and restaurant-quality dishes like turtle soup and bread pudding by the quart and pan. The Market also offers ready to eat and ready to cook meal kits!
It's an eatery! Come (or pick-up) and enjoy a delicious bite.Visit Site
Pascal’s Manale is among the oldest Italian restaurants in New Orleans, and the birthplace of one of New Orleans’s most distinctive dishes -- the original barbeque shrimp. With a focus on Creole-Italian fare, steaks, and locally sourced seafood dishes, Manale’s is also known for its beloved stand-up oyster bar.
In 1913, Frank Manale bought a corner grocery store at Napoleon Avenue and Dryades Street to open Pascal’s Manale Restaurant. The DeFelice family then owned this institution for four generations, a total of 106 years. In 2019, the DeFelice family sold the Uptown restaurant to the Jessica and Ray Brandt family. In 2023, Dickie Brennan & Co. welcomed Pascal's Manale into our restaurant family.Visit Site