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4333 Euphrosine StreetNew Orleans, La70125
504-207-4555
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Best of Palace Cafe

Enjoy a private dining experience at Palace Cafe for groups of 12 or more

$100.97 Brunch or Dinner

About This Experience

For groups of 12 or more, choose from one of three dining options at Palace Cafe. The jazz brunch dining option includes Crabmeat Cheese Cake, an entrée, bananas foster, and crazy big Bloody Mary’s or top shelf mimosas. The Creole dining option offers guests a full traditional Creole meal: Gumbo, shrimp remoulade, crawfish etouffee, and white chocolate bread pudding. The charcuterie tasting option features Master Chef Rene’s more creative/unique creations like turkey neck rillette and octopus head cheese

Please meet at Palace Cafe, located at 605 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130. Restaurant requires a minimum guaranteed number of guests confirmed 5 business days prior to the event. If a guarantee is not received, Restaurant will charge for the minimum number of guests listed on the banquet event order, or the food and beverage minimum, if applicable. Should the event be cancelled in its entirety within 10 business days of the event date, a cancellation fee equal to the total anticipated revenue will be assessed. If the event is cancelled more than 10 business days, but less than 60 calendar days prior to the date of the planned event, a charge equal to 50% of the guaranteed Food and Beverage minimum will be assessed. Cancellation must be approved in writing by the Sales Department

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This classic New Orleans restaurant, located at the foot of the French Quarter, serves contemporary Creole food in an upbeat and lively grand cafe. As bearers of the torch keeping Creole cuisine alive and vital, Dickie Brennan and Palace Cafe’s culinary team are constantly evolving traditional Creole dishes and creating a few new favorites. The restaurant, housed in the historic Werlein’s music building, has won a number of local and national awards since it opened in 1991 including Best New Restaurant from Esquire Magazine and USA Today.

Price includes tax and gratuity.