New Orleans March 21, 2019
7 Charming New Orleans Restaurants With Hidden Courtyard Dining
Spring is the perfect time to take advantage to the beautiful weather and enjoy a meal outdoors. You wouldn’t know it from first glance, but these charming New Orleans restaurants have some truly spectacular hidden courtyards that are perfect this time of year.
1. Cafe Amelie
Cafe Amelie opened their doors in 2005, but the building goes back over 150 years. The courtyard gives visitors a perfect setting to enjoy an incredible brunch among a quiet and comfortable setting. 912 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70116.
2. Bacchanal Wine
Wine and music lovers, this one’s for you. Featuring an endless supply of wines and live music just about every evening, this is one place you’re to to have a memorable time at. The Mediterranean-inspired menu is a treat for the taste buds, and the beautiful courtyard is the perfect destination to spend an evening with friends. 600 Poland Ave., New Orleans, LA 70117.
Tucked away on Dauphine Street in the French Quarter, Bayona is housed in a beautifully historic 200 year old building with a hidden courtyard that is simply heaven in the spring and the fall. 430 Dauphine St., New Orleans, LA 70112.
Established in 1946, this iconic pink building is the birthplace of Bananas Foster and might just have some of the best cuisine in the city and the courtyard is peaceful and practically perfect in every way. 417 Royal St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.
5. Orleans Grapevine Wine Bar & Bistro
When you step inside the Orleans Grapevine, you’ll feel like you’re being transported through time. The hidden courtyard is the perfect spot for drinks and delicious bites. 720 Orleans Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70116.
Named after the first opera to take place in New Orleans (which was also the first opera to take place in the entire country), Sylvain opened its doors in 2010 and features a delightfully charming courtyard that you’re sure to love. 625 Chartres St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.
7. Court of Two Sisters
Pass through the Charm Gates and enter a world of authentic jazz music, incredible Creole and Cajun cuisine amidst a picturesque courtyard setting at the Court of Two Sisters. 613 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70130.
Where’s your favorite restaurant in New Orleans to enjoy a meal outdoors? Let us know in the comments below!