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Delachaise lets you sleep in on the weekends, opening "early" - for them - on Saturday and Sundays at 3 pm. Day drinking and croque monsieur-munching is the perfect way to start the weekend at this... Read More
Delachaise lets you sleep in on the weekends, opening "early" - for them - on Saturday and Sundays at 3 pm. Day drinking and croque monsieur-munching is the perfect way to start the weekend at this under the radar spot along St. Charles Avenue. Dine on the outdoor patio, always buzzing with a lively crowd. This spirited wine bar uptown is easy to love for its long convivial bar, lack of pretense, impressive wine list and most notably the smoked salmon Johnny Cakes with vodka crème fraiche and caviar. Really everything at this atmospheric French-ish bistro is good, say yes to housemade pate and double yes to the devilish chocolate souffle.
- Uptown New Orleans' Best Brunch: "Brunch and day drinking start early on the weekends here - that's 3 pm, perfect for the late sleepers."
- Romantic Dining: "The Delachaise has one of the best wines by the glass programs in town."
- Garden District's Best Lunch: "Lunch is only served on Saturday and Sundays at this French charmer."
- Garden District's Best Brunch: "Every Saturday and Sunday a French-accented brunch menu commences at noon."
- Late Night: "Steak frites after midnight? Don't mind if I do."
- Best for Uptown New Orleans' Best Brunch Because: Late brunch with a French accent - say oui oui!
- Best for Romantic Dining Because: This is a great spot for date night with a French accent.
- Best for Garden District's Best Lunch Because: Right on the streetcar line on St. Charles Avenue, Delachaise dishes a tasty chance from Creole fare.
- Best for Garden District's Best Brunch Because: The outdoor patio at Delachaise is a wonderful spot for brunch.
- Best for Late Night Because: You can get a fab cheese plate at 1 in the morning, perfect.