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.
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.:)
The court of 2 sisters is a charming place tucked away in the French quarter,food was excellent so was the service
The food was excellent at this restaurant and the atmosphere was great! The waiter was very friendly too!
The atmosphere was really nice. The food was fantastic and the service was superb.
the food, service and entertainment was excellent. a definite must do the next time im in new orleans.
BEST JAZZ BRUNCH IN NOLA! Everyone visiting should try it. Omlettes and turtle soup were yummy and the dessert amazing. Such a cool vibe here and amazing service. You will love it! A+++++++++ I am so glad I went!
We had brunch at Court of Two Sisters on Thanksgiving Day. It was very good, we were seating outside, food was excellent, not much music, but it's OK
This was the best Brunch part of our entire trip. There was so much food I could not hardly decide what to try and what not to try. The outdoor dining area was very pleasant and wonderfully decorated and the wait staff was very helpful and attentive. Very worth the trip.
Does not look much on the outside and could easily be missed when walking along the street but it is totally different on the inside with large dining rooms with many tables. It has a lot of history and takes you back in time. We dined outside in the Courtyard but thankfully they have large umbrellas to protect from the sun and the rain. Was really pleasant but book inside if you want to escape the New Orleans humidity which was high when we went early June and there was a thunderstorm on all 3 days we were there. The food was brilliant, much to choose from and covers breakfast and dinner and sweets. one word of caution - there is no advice that more lunch food is presented after 11am so if you want breakfast book early. Would definitely recommend to book especially at weekend. The Jazz music was ok and they move around into the different rooms regularly so everyone is covered. It is definitely an experience to have whilst in New Orleans