Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Jazz Brunch Buffet at the Court of Two Sisters Restaurant. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
We loved it! Planned this for our last day just before heading to the airport to relax and enjoy local food for the last time....perfect! Exceeded our expectations. Great selection of food, loved the atmosphere of the courtyard (trees, birds, music) and excellent service. We could've just sat in the courtyard all morning!
very good. good service. like most buffets to much food. cant eat everything.
Great choice of food including seafood - awesome atmosphere with great staff
Only go to the buffet if you are ready for some good, home-cooked, food. Besides an excellent and wide variety of foods, the desserts were also awesome. The jazz played in the background was perfect for the occasion.
Loved my visit to the Court of Two Sisters. Great bartender and server. Food was great. Music was great. The hostess was VERY rude but everyone else made up for her. I would highly recommend eating here
The Court of the Two Sisters was excellent! We were able to sit out in the courtyard- absolutely beautiful environment to have brunch. I did like doing this through the tour company - reservations were made efficiently, and all the particulars were taken care of.
The atmosphere is lovely, the service is exceptional and the food was terrific. We had a wonderful brunch on Easter at the Court of Two Sisters.
The food was amazing! The outdoor venue with jazz in the background made it the perfect way to start our New Orleans vacation!
The food was great. The servers were very friendly. We never had crawl fish and the waiter came to the table and showed us how to peel them. Would highly recommended
The Jazz Brunch was excellent and very enjoyabel in the Courtyard, as the weather was beautiful.
It took me five trips to New Orleans, but I finally made it to this famous brunch. And it was all that and a bag of beignets! Worth every penny spent, my husband and I feasted on some of the best Creole and Cajun traditional dishes around.
The courtyard, while a bit steamy from the weather, added the perfect ambiance as the jazz trio serenaded our digestive tracts. And don't worry--if it rains, there is a large inside dining area available for you to continue your feast.
On your way out, treat yourself again by stopping by the bar. Grab yourself a "to-go" Bayou Bash red wine/Southern Comfort cocktail or bourbon Mint Julep. Will add a little "lagniappe" to your siteseeing.:)