New Orleans March 19, 2018
You’ll Want To Save Room For Dessert At These 7 New Orleans Restaurants
Everyone knows dessert is the best part of a delicious meal, right? It can be easy to fill up on appetizers and entrees while enjoying a meal at a restaurant, but you’d do yourself a disservice if you pass on a dessert at these amazing restaurants.
Established in 1840, Antoine’s is America’s oldest family run restaurant. Generations of New Orleanians have been dining at this Grand Dame restaurant, and you would do yourself a disservice if you didn’t save room for dessert here. From their Baked Alaska to their chocolate mousse, everything is simply divine. 713 St Louis St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.
From the caramel custard to the peanut butter pie, you’ll have a hard time selecting something from their dessert menu, everything is so delicious. Their bananas foster, is legendary, so you can’t go wrong with that! 813 Bienville St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112.
3. Atchafalaya Restaurant
Serving amazing Cajun and creole cuisine since 2008, you’re going to love anything you get over at Atchafalaya. From their brunch menu to their dinner menu, everything is packed with flavor. Their dessert menu includes items like blue cheese flan, sweet potato bread pudding, housemate sorbet, and more. 901 Louisiana Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana 70115.
4. Commander’s Palace
You can’t miss that iconic blue building. Their bread pudding soufflé is known as "The Queen Of Creole Desserts" and you should certainly order one to end a meal at Commander’s Palace. 1403 Washington Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.
5. Fry and Pie
Specializing in fresh cut fries and individual pan pies, you absolutely have to try the pies at this unique eatery. Their menu rotates frequently, but you can expect delicious pies like peanut butter cream with brûléed bananas, chocolate espresso cayenne, cherry compote with amaretto, and many many more. 2239 St Claude Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana 70117.
If you dine at Muriel’s, you should make sure you save room for their bread pudding topped with candied pecans and rum sauce. Heavenly! 801 Chartres St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116.
7. Willa Jean
Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week, Willa Jean has been feeding New Orleanians since they opened in 2015. After your meal, treat yourself to some cookies and milk! And of course it comes with a little bit of raw cookie dough (the best part!) and the milk is infused with vanilla which gives it an amazing flavor. 611 O'Keefe Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana 70113.
Where’s your favorite place to eat dessert? Let us know in the comments below!