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New Orleans, LA 70130
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Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Brunch: Sunday: 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
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Contemporary American, French, Creole / Cajun / Southern
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Smoking Area (patio only), Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
Call (504) 522-4712 or visit dijonnola.com for more information about our onsite and offsite catering packages. We are proud to offer accommodations for weddings, rehearsal dinners, corporate functions, and private parties both onsite or offsite. We'll be proud to host your wedding ceremony and reception or delivery to your offsite event!
Private Party Facilities:
Able to accommodate large private receptions, weddings, and family gatherings with a seated capacity of approximately 125 and cocktail reception capacity of approximately 225.
Private Party Contact:
Kurt (504) 522-4712
Free Wine Wednesdays are held every Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:00 and feature a complimentary wine tasting of three to four selections rotating by varietal, region, maker, etc. Join us at Chef's Table each week to sip on some delicious grapes and meet some new friends!
Regular live local music coming soon!
Special Events & Promotions:
Join our mailing list at dijonnola.com to be invited to all special events here at Dijon!
Yes, RTA at the corner of Annunciation and Terpsichore. St. Charles Avenue streetcar is within a short walking distance.
Numerous offstreet parking spaces with no meters immediately in front of and adjacent to the restaurant. Private lot available for large parties.
A word from Dijon
Housed in a historic former firehouse, Dijon is the first restaurant concept from New Orleans native Kurt Brodtmann. He is working with Executive Chef Ricky Cheramie to deliver a truly unique dining experience!
We offer a Contemporary Louisiana cuisine with Classical French and Southern Creole influences. Our menu will rotate seasonally according to availability and by Chef's choice and will always feature rotating daily dinner specials, featured wines and cocktails.
We take a French provincial approach to fine dining by inviting you to our humble space and serving you nothing but the freshest local ingredients possible.
A few special features of Dijon are a Chef’s Table in the main dining room complete with its own small kitchen (coming soon!!!), a beautiful private courtyard area, and a premium bar and lounge area that features the City's best cocktails and great wines!
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
Diners' Choice Winner
Diners' Choice Winner
I always have a great time at
Dijon! Its a great place to relax, enjoy some mimosas and good food. Staff is friendly and welcoming. I am definitely looking forward to the summers on their patio!"
Dined on 4/20/2014
In a beautifully converted
firehouse, the room was beautiful with the tables well-spaced so you have privacy in a public place. The food was delicious, the waitress made a great wine recommendation and the service was wonderful."
Dined on 4/19/2014
Started with a friendy greeting at
the door by the owner. Beautifully renovated historic fire station with outdoor patio. Great service by knowledgable, attentive staff. Excellent, interesting appetizers, traditional New Orleans entrees, but each with an unique twist, concluded with sharing a classic creme brulet. Entertained a friend from Atlanta and she was blown away by the experience. I will definately recommend this restaurant to my friends."
Dined on 4/4/2014
A real gem and a very comfortable,
well-done historic setting. We were greeted by the owner and made to feel welcome right away. Our evening started with well-made and creative cocktails. Dinner began with a bottle of wine from the small, well-chosen list. The charcuterie plate was very good as were the entrees, grilled fish and airline chicken. The creme brûlée with berries was top notch. Very solid - give it a try."
Dined on 3/27/2014
Lovely space in a converted
firehouse with decent food, very spotty service. Also, a very pleasant outdoor courtyard and bar. Very dead on a Thursday evening - only three patio tables occupied during the course of the evening - we were the only party inside the entire evening (7-9 p.m.). Server was pleasant, but unknowledgeable about the menu and wine offerings. Perplexing lack of wine knowledge given that she indicated the she was a bartender there who had been asked to pick up a few server shifts. Limited menu, quality of food is good, though nothing spectacular. Overpriced, small portions and almost all entrees were served with pureed sides - rather like eating nursing home food. Given the price, might be a better bet for lunch."
Dined on 3/20/2014
Great place located in an old
Firehouse right on Annunciation within walking distance from the Green House Inn on Magazine. Walked in as an early bird diner at 6:00 pm and met the owner, learned the history of the building and was pleasantly surprised at the creativeness of the chef and the expansive menu. Had the best piece of Amberjack fish with a dollop of pistachio butter, flash fried kale and creamed carrots with a hint of banana. Great cocktail menu and extensive wine list along with daily specials using local food choices. Would highly recommend for special occasions, group event on the brick courtyard or just dinner with friends."
Dined on 3/15/2014
This is a beautiful space, with
high ceilings and a striking interior. There is also lovely garden seating. The food was delicious and I would return with pleasure."
Dined on 3/11/2014
This was our 4th time dining at
Dijon: superb, as we've come to expect. The fried oyster and crispy kale salad is a must, the duck, this time confit with delicious berry, as always, delicious. Don't skip dessert! However, we were the only diners on a Friday night... NOLA foodies: flock to Dijon! It would be so sad to lose a gem like this because we don't know about it or let the off-the-beaten-path location scare us away."
Dined on 2/22/2014
My wife and I celebrated our 29th
anniversary at Dijon. She is a native of New Orleans and I am a resident since 1974. In that time we have both eaten at many of the famous restaurants in the New Orleans area. Many have been wonderful and memorable. But none was ever better than the night we had a Dijon. The food was wonderful, the service was excellent - attentive but unobtrusive, and the ambiance was perfect for the occasion. We'll tell everyone we know about Dijon and will return often ourselves."
Dined on 2/15/2014
I picked Dijon because I waited
too long to make a Valentine's Day dinner reservation and it was one of the few places that still had availability. And all they had was 6:15. Anyway, it was sublime. Every single mouthful of every dish on the prix fixe menu made our eyes roll into the back of our heads. I had no idea this place was even here. Wow it was sooooo good. I can't wait to go back and try the regular menu. Outstanding."
Dined on 2/14/2014
Food was excellent and the owner
was very gracious and appreciative."
Dined on 2/15/2014
The service, food and ambiance
were all very good. Some dishes were outstanding, while I found the ribs entree to have too much grissle. Also, the cocktails were good, but my companion never received his "rocks on the side" with his martini, as he had requested. Lastly, I found there to be way much time between all the courses. While I do appreciate not being rushed, there were a couple of times that we felt we had been forgotten. And it took way to long to get our bread...which was after we received our drinks...probably 15 mintues after we sat down. (I was starving!!)"
Dined on 1/25/2014
Our party of four dined at Dijon
on a busy Saturday evening. The ambiance is very nice in this converted fire house. The high ceilings contribute to a noise level that is bearable, unlike other popular eateries. The dining experience was excellent. I had the Poussin Galentine, stuffed chicken with braised cabbage and apple. It was delicious. The lemon tart was awesome. This was our second visit to Dijon within a month. We really like this restaurant and will be going here again."
Dined on 1/25/2014
Food and service were great but I
thought the music was too loud and inappropriate for the ambiance."
Dined on 1/23/2014
the greeter/maitre d' was nice and
welcoming, and offered to substitute menu items from the Living Social menu. The server was not so accommodating and only pointed out the price to substitute the highest priced items. At the end of the meal he made sure to mention (twice) that we tip on the total value of the meal. Not cool. Really spoiled a nice dinner. We always tip on the full amount. In addition, I had brought two other guests who were not using the Living Social coupon. it would have been much easier if the bill could have been divided between the two couples, but this option was not offered."
Dined on 1/21/2014
The food is really very good. We
especially like the fried oyster salad and cheese plates, which we get each time. However there are specials worth trying. The service is friendly while managing to be efficient, the staff makes some good recommendations. Definitely worth a visit."
Dined on 1/18/2014
I had a shrimp & eggplant dish
that was outstanding, & I don't like eggplant!"
Dined on 1/15/2014
Despite a nice atmosphere,
friendly staff, and a promising menu, the food at Dijon ranged from blah to gross. The shrimp brioche was one over cooked shrimp and two weird logs of adulterated shimp (and who knows what else). It was not pleasant. The fried oysters were blah, but we liked the fried kale on the plate. My first bite of the short ribs had bone pieces in it and the sauce tasted like sugared ketchup. We also had a shrimp/eggplant dish that had enough salt to cure a small ham. We sent back our mains and asked for desserts to go. These were unspectacular. We will not return. A big disappointment."
Dined on 1/15/2014
It's a little off the New Orleans
beaten path but a true jewel. The former fire station turned white cloth dining restaurant is worth giving a try. There's unique flavor blends and very attentive servers. Go try it for yourself."
Dined on 1/14/2014
I'm totally taken by the
restaurant Dijon . I have been there many times and have never been disappointed. The food, ambience, service has been amazing each time. I want this little gem to stay around for a very long time. With that said, I would like for the restaurant to put up a more prominent sign of their restaurant name to help with spreading the word of this awesome restaurant gem!"
Dined on 1/14/2014
We weren't going to eat out New
Years Eve, but I noticed Dijon's Facebook post about their chef's menu and we booked it. The place is beautiful - very neat architecture, but the food was wonderful! The best fried oysters I've ever eaten; the best quail I've ever tasted; and a delicious filet cooked to perfection and as tender as could be. As an added bonus - a very reasonably priced wine list. (a pleasant surprise when a restaurant doesn't try to gouge you on their wine!)"
Dined on 12/31/2013
Restaurant is easy to find in the
Garden District of NOLA, we drove, you cannot get there via the streetcar. All the surrounding hotels offer cab service. The restaurant is a very classic remodel of an old fire house. I loved the setting. The music level was very nice, 5 of us dinning. Easily booked on Open Table. White linen table cloths add to the ambiance -that's a bugaboo for me, I think all upscale restaurants must use linen table cloths and napkins, they did. One would think that goes without saying, but not always the case. Our waiter seemed well informed of the wine list. The steaks were perfectly prepared and the pate' enjoyable. With all the choices in the Garden District this is a top choice. Business attire is appropriate."
Dined on 12/28/2013
If you're wondering whether to try
this or not - DO! Yes, creole - but foody creole and great true French finds - rabbit, duck, and great légumes prepared awesome. Merliton you'll love - egg plant for non-eggplant people and the desserts - do not get me started! AND great attentive, but not intrusive, professional and kind staff."
Dined on 12/26/2013
Nothing to note on the food.
Rabbit was bland. Played annoying Christmas music 12/19. There is no escaping the holiday usual assortment."
Dined on 12/19/2013
Had another wonderful meal Friday
night at Dijon. Fois Gras is delicious. Cheese plate very generous. Service was wonderful again."
Dined on 12/21/2013
I went here to dine with a party
of 7. The food was delicious, portions generous. Our favorites were the rabbit and the duck."
Dined on 12/14/2013
Way overpriced for the quality of
food and service. Stale bread, nasty butter, tiny portions."
Dined on 12/11/2013
We stopped in at Dijon for Sunday
Brunch, and it was wonderful. The food was excellent, and the service outstanding. Had Blueberry crepes for dessert, which were awesome. The asparagus soup was delicious. Love the decor set inside an old fire house."
Dined on 12/1/2013
Enjoyed a great meal at Dijon. The
staff was knowledge about the food and the wine list and make great recommendations. Everything was prepared to perfection. My dining companion that it was some of the best duck he had ever had. I would recommend for any occasion, the only downside was that the room was very open with high ceilings and there were a couple of larger groups which made it a little difficult to have a conversation at the smaller tables. However, the quality of the food and service would not make bring me back again."
Dined on 11/15/2013
I recently ate at Dijon and did
have good food, but here is where the restaurant is lacking. The service was not great. The server was pushy in getting us to make our decision on ordering. The wine list was very small and poor. Being from California, we are accustomed to having many good options for wine. The California selections we were familiar with on the menu were not good and the European wines we tried at the advice of the server were horrible. For me, not having a nice glass of wine to go with the good food was disappointing. If you would like to try this restaurant, I would recommend bringing your own wine."
Dined on 11/16/2013
This is a very nice restaurant but
the LivingSocial coupon is no deal. They make you order off a very limited menu. This is the only place where they make you do that with a coupon. A little annoying."
Dined on 11/9/2013
We had a lovely dinner. The
service was very helpful and the food was excellent. I will come back."
Dined on 11/13/2013
Had a Living Social which included
an appetizers, entrees and dessert. Wife and I had the braised short ribs in polenta. It was excellent. Other couple had drum and the other had eggplant with shrimp and grits."
Dined on 11/9/2013
I started with the Shrimp Toast it
was a touch too greasy. It had some flavor I was not entirely disappointed. It was served with a small side greens and an overabundance of sprouts. If the toast was served on top of the greens they would have had some flavor and I would have been less likely to notice the grease on my plate. I had the Gulf Shrimp and Eggplant. The shrimp was unseasoned and overcooked. The Andouille Hollandaise sauce was not what i was expecting. It was Hollandaise sauce (that could have used some more lemon juice) and chunks of Andouille on top. It was heavy and bland. If you like bland, by all means check it out. If you don't there are better choices that actually infuse flavor and ambiance into a wonderful evening."
Dined on 11/7/2013
This was my 4th time here and it's
gotten even better. It was great with the previous chef, but now is even better with the new one. Always look forward to planning my next trip there. The space and ambience is second to none."
Dined on 11/5/2013
Excellent service, awesome food &
interesting environment in the middle of a revitalized neighborhood away from the "circus" of the French Quarter. Highly recommend for foodies."
Dined on 10/30/2013
We had a wonderful meal --
delicious, relaxed, well-taken-care of all together. A real find."
Dined on 10/29/2013
The food here is amazing. This
chef is truly gifted. As I write this he's only been there about a month, so disregard any bad reviews you may have read on Yelp about the food. This guy is the real deal. Short ribs were succulent, duck was amazing - crispy skin and moist meat. The bar tender and waiter left much to be desired however. The bartender was SLOW and disorganized and the waiter was awkward. Just come for the food and put up with the service - run, do not walk to this place! One of my all time favorites in the world! (I know this sounds like hyperbole, but it was that good, and I do not know this chef personally!)."
Dined on 10/23/2013
The space, while very attractive,
is a bit cavernous, echoey and starkly over-lit. Once we tasted the food, those very minor matters were forgiven and forgotten. Even choosing from a small Living Social prix fixe menu, we relished the hearty shrimp bisque and short rips on a bed of world-beating polenta. A couple of salads were fresh and well-sized. And though I can't for the life of me describe what we ordered for dessert, I can surely recall that they were superior. Go. Sit comfortably. Relax with some wine. Marvel at the food."
Dined on 10/17/2013
It was fabulous!!! Food was
amazing. Great place for a special dinner. Will not be disappointed."
Dined on 10/17/2013
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