|The Court of Two Sisters in the French Quarter of New Orleans|
The Court of Two Sisters has been on many TV food and travel shows. I saw it on an episode of Samantha Brown on The Travel Channel.
|The courtyard at The Court of Two Sisters in New Orleans|
|Buffet at the brunch at The Court of Two Sisters in New Orleans|
The service was very good. Our plates were taken away quickly and we always had water and drinks.
As a point of reference, I am pretty sure the menu of the brunch changes somewhat during the seasons, and we were told that on Thanksgiving there were some special menu items. So some of the dishes that I mention here may not be on the menu when you dine at the Court of Two Sisters in New Orleans.
|Bloody Mary with pickled string beans|
|Pecan pie, king cake, and ice cream|
|Chicken and sausage gumbo at The Court of Two Sisters brunch|
|Candied sweet potatoes with pralines|
|A rare appearance of the jazz trio at the jazz brunch at The Court of Two Sisters|
When the check arrived, I was pleasantly surprised to see how reasonable the total was. Orange juice and coffee are included with the brunch buffet, while wine, cocktails, and drinks are extra. By the way, there is a wonderful old bar inside the restaurant.
My wife calls The Court of Two Sisters "affordable elegance" and I agree!
If we lived New Orleans, we would be regulars of the brunch at the Court of Two Sisters.
What's your favorite brunch place? Let me know in the comments below.