The Marigny Brasserie anchors the Frenchmen Street dining scene with
their impressive cuisine. The chic interior, with windows looking out to Royal Street and Frenchmen Street, add to ambience of the dining experience. The inviting palette of colors beckons you to relax and enjoy the urbane and consistently delicious food. The bar features a stained-glass inset of the Marigny Triangle, as the neighborhood is known. You will enjoy our wine list and cocktails in a relaxed seating area with upholstered chairs and sofas. Come for cocktails, brunch, lunch or dinner and enjoy our delectable and innovative cuisine in delightful surroundings.
Whether it is Creole tomato season, freshly caught redfish, mirlitons are on the vine, Gulf-harvested shrimp, just ripened Pontchatoula strawberries or Plaquemines Parish citrus, the harvest of local farms and fishermen finds it way onto The Marigny Brasserie menu.
The Marigny Brasserie started around the corner as the coffee house, Café Marigny. The coffee house became a neighborhood favorite and started serving lunch, then dinner. Unable to get a liquor license at the coffee house, Adams knew he had to find another location to be able to serve wine and cocktails that complimented his increasingly sophisticated cuisine.
Visit us on
Monday - Thursday: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Friday & Saturday: 11:30 am - 10:30 pm
Sunday: Brunch Served Sunday 11 am - 3 pm and Dinner til 9:30 pm
(Sunday jazz brunch with The Pfister Sisters)