Oh, the brunch at Stanley! When a good friend left town, one more Stanley! brunch was a final order of business. The more affordable counterpart to the jaw-dropping Stella!, this half of Tennessee Williams' screaming pair features personalized variations on the classic eggs Benedict, which are the tallest I've ever seen. It's bustling (with a long wait) on weekends but ...
Restaurants near Stanley
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- 20.09 mi0.09 mi from Stanley
This muffaletta sandwich rocked my world. True story - wasn't feeling great on my last day in New Orleans, and got this sandwich on the way to the airport. Ate 2 wedges of this and immediately felt better - I WAS CURED! This is a life giving sandwich. You must try one.Popular withFoodiesBudgetLocal
- 30.04 mi0.04 mi from Stanley
Service was slow. Food wasn't that great. Ordered the taster's plate with the fried chicken. Only the fried chicken was good. The rabbit and sausage jambalaya, gumbo and red beans and rice was bland.Popular withLuxuryTrendstersLocal
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- 60.08 mi0.08 mi from Stanley
Irene's quickly became my favorite restaurant experience in the city. Piano. Small. More intimate than intimate. Huge portions. Nice pours on drinks. Great Italian. Exemplary service. It's location keeps it busy, safe, but not mobbed.Popular withLocalLuxuryFoodies
- 70.08 mi0.08 mi from Stanley3 reviews
617 Ursulines Avenue. Some of the most memorable croissants I have ever had; scrumptious is not enough; they were very beautiful. I felt quite at ease here, and the floor tiles I really liked. You can have a nice light lunch here, or simply sip your coffee and milk and nibble on a wonderful baked good. They even had madeleines!Popular withDesignLocalFoodies
- 80.15 mi0.15 mi from Stanley
I was recommend this restaurant by Pam at the Le Richelieu Hotel the first day that I checked in and she also gave me a copy of the menu. After looking at their menu I decided to walk down and check it out. I loved the fact that if you wanted to you could eat inside or outside so I ...Popular withFoodies
- 90.08 mi0.08 mi from Stanley2 reviews
This restaurant has a beautiful formal ambience. The servers are also formal and attentive. From the moment you enter, you feel this is a place for a special meal. We tried the chef’s tasting menu and wine pairings ($125 for the menu, $95 for the wines). That night the courses were: Local Cherry Tomato Gazpacho with Louisiana Jumbo Lump Crab ...Popular withFoodiesLuxury
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- 120.24 mi0.24 mi from Stanley
After a night kicking back cocktails and dancing your socks off in the Quarter, few pleasures are as perfect in this world as a greasy grilled cheese or burger topped with a fried egg at the Clover Grill. It's rare to see this place anywhere near full while the sun is out, but the (hungry) freaks come out at night, ...Popular withLGBTLocalFoodies
- 130.17 mi0.17 mi from Stanley2 reviews
Walking to here was a long long long way from our Bourbon Street hotel. Couple that with the middle of the night, then just be glad you have your wingman with you for protection. This place wins because it is open into the wee hours of the night. If 4 people are already occupying the tiny corner with small tables, ...
- 140.08 mi0.08 mi from Stanley
Seated literally on the edge of the French Quarter and committed to still serving hungry customers likely suffering from the drunken munchies at 3am, Angeli’s is a heaven-sent late-night haunt. Offering mostly Italian food with a mix of American items, the menu here provides for a good change of pace from the overwhelming options of Cajun and Creole food so ...Popular withBudgetLocalFoodies
- 150.13 mi0.13 mi from Stanley
The food is amazing, and it's never a dull moment with Andy as your bartender. If you want to catch some real New Orleans charm, check out the bathrooms. If you're still on the fence about going, look up their Christmas Specials on Youtube.
- 160.01 mi0.01 mi from Stanley1 review
Best. Beignets. Ever.
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- 180.04 mi0.04 mi from Stanley1 review
The spot on lower Decatur that was once home to Pravda looks like it's been stripped down to bare walls. Using that to its aesthetic advantage, Cane & Table (from the guys behind Cure) takes on a Cuban ex-pat vibe complete with coladas served out of hollowed pineapples (yes, seriously). The cocktail menu is inspired by rum but not limited ...Popular withTrendstersNightlifeFoodies
- 190.18 mi0.18 mi from Stanley1 review
Great quiet coffee shop/cafe in the heart of the French Quarter. Fresh baked sweet and savory treats for breakfast and lunch. Fantastic choices of pre cooked entrees and many salads to eat in or to take home for a quick hassel free dinner at home. Greay staff and atmosphere.
- 200.08 mi0.08 mi from Stanley1 review
Tiny place, got the famous muffuletta to go so I can eat it later. The place is small with a table in the back to eat it with. The muffuletta's were already made so it was ready to go once you order it. The difference between this place and central grocery co. (really close by) was that this one had ...Popular withFamiliesLocalFoodies