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Sun - Thu 5:00PM - 5:45PM 8:30PM - 11:00PM
Fri 5:00PM - 5:45PM
It was amazing. The food was excellent. Oysters and crabcakes was superb.our server Candave was amazing. Best server I have ever had. My husband and I truly had a great time.
Came for Father’s Day
Had a great meal service was exceptional
The french onion soup was ok. The filet was excellent and the au gratin potatoes and brussel sprouts were very good as well.
Sat at the bar and ate. 1 bartender was great, the other just so-so. Outstanding crab cake and filet. Quite,almost boring atmosphere
Overall the food was best part. However it was crowded and seemed understaffed. Waiter did the best he could I believe, but seemed a bit overwhelmed. Noisy room. Loved the food, really well done, but not sure this is the place for the money if you want to be on a date and talk. Acoustics were just a little too loud.
Good, attentive service. Die to flight and baggage delays I had to call the restaurant twice and change the time of our reservation. They were very gracious and accommodating. Due to the lateness we only had a drink and appetizer. Both were very good.
A little too loud good but not great steak
I had to request silverware, salt and pepper shakers and serving spoons for our vegetable dishes, so needless to say, the service was subpar. We had an early supper (5:45 pm) on Thursday evening, while spending a week in New Orleans and the place was deserted. That should have been an indication, but we knew it was early. The ribeye was delicious, but not cooked to my order. The vegetable sides are huge, so don't order more than one or two to share. Waitress could have told us that, but she was ambivalent to our needs. Everyone acted like we were doing them a favor to be there. Cocktails were good, but we won't be returning. This was disappointing, based on the reputation we had heard.
75th Birthday celebration
2nd year in a row we celebrated w/ Hamburgers at the bar.
The food was great& thanks for the complementary dessert.
Nothing short of incredible from start to finish. Awesome food and service. Prices might seem a little high on first impression but the value for the money was well worth it.
The food was amazing, service was prompt from John Henry who was taking care of us. The drinks were well made and they had a huge variety of whiskey
Great food, the French onion soup is the best I’ve ever had!
Service was absolutely perfect! The food as well was the best that my wife and I have had since being in New Orleans! We would definitely go back.
Great time. Great steakhouse experience.
Always an amazing time at Galatoire's with friends. Food is impeccable, environment is welcoming and the staff is amazing! Definitely a spot for a gathering or an evening date, Galatoire's Never Disappoints! A true New Orleans GEM!
A couple of very loud parties nearby but otherwise a very nice meal
Exceeded our expectations in every way. We thought it might be a little musty and out of date. Beautifully kept up and staffed and the food was first rate. We had the tbone for two and some sides, all of which was delicious. Jason was our personable and knowledgeable waiter. Just a great night! Highly recommended.
This place is divine. The service is fantastic. Jason remembers our drink and favorite dish every time we go. The steak is the best i have ever had. Cannot say enough great things about this place.
Loud and took almost 3 hours
What a pleasant surprise! Steak was as tender as I have ever had. Experience made me feel very special and welcome. Going to be our new “special” place. Wish we still live in the Quarter so we could frequent more often.
Our meal was fantastic! The service was so attentive and eager to please. The crab cake and desserts were the highlight of the day!
Lovely evening. Did get quite noisy
Had a family graduation dinner for my daughter's graduation from Loyola, and it was fabulous. My lamb chops and cauliflower au gratin were especially delicious! Even grandma finished her whole meal, which she rarely does anymore.
Great place to eat before show at Saenger! Great service and great food!
Great food, good service, fun time! Will be back!
Perfect from start to finish
After sitting 20 minutes before we were even waited on (none of the waiters seemed to notice that there were 2 black ladies who had not been tended to), with no apology either -- we finally got our drinks and food was shortly served thereafter. We seriously felt like we were in the 50s, at the wrong restaurant, sitting at the wrong table...a bit covert, I might add. And though there was no big scene or anything like that, I did notice the following (could've been coincidental, but...):
1. People of color were seated at the rear of the dining room, though there were tables towards the front when 2 of the parties arrived.
2. The waiters were white with black suits and the helpers were black with white work shirts and didn't seem to want to bring it to the attention of their masters, I mean superiors -- looked very "divided."
The food was quite tasty; however, the experience was just odd. I hope that this was an abnormal incident as it would completely surprise me that in this day and age our nation still participates in this type of behavior. I am definitely not accusing the restaurant of anything ill; however, the optics of it all weren't great.
Everything was perfect- the service, the food was delicious, the wine was delicious and had a good pour. My only complaint would be the music was loud and not fitting for the restaurant.
The newer side of Galatoire’s. Next to the older, more well known restaurant. Still elegant but no jacket required. Focus is on red meats. Classic steak. One of the best I have had.
A time tested New Orleans Classic. This particular restaurant is not the original that you had to queue up for. It is next door and has a different menu and separate kitchen. The food and service are every bit as good as the original and you can't go wrong. The fish special was exceptional and the steak perfect.
There were multiple groups and they were extremely loud. It pretty much ruined the dining experience. They need to consider limiting the number of groups they seat. Food was excellent, service was great, but the sheer number of large boisterous groups completely ruined the dining experience. My advice, checck how many groups they are seating before making a reservation.
Was in the mood for a steak and looked at Doris Metropolitan and Galatoire's. Side dishes
convinced me to go to Galatoire's...creamed spinach au gratin was delicious and the turtle soup did not disappoint. Got there early and then it began to fill up...high noise level.
Spectacular food and service. Was in New Orleans for two days and had to go back the second day the food was so amazing. It’s historic but relevant and up to speed. An oasis of elegance in the French Quarter for sure.
Crab cakes were excellent but steak was a disappointment
Good Food. Bit pricey for the portion size on some dishes, yet all very good. Excellent , friendly service. Very surprised however that a "fine dining" restaurant does not have black linens/napkins on hand for ladies and gentlemen in dark dresses or slacks. However, the very service oriented hostess went to a the neighboring sister restaurant to acquire a couple for our table...above and beyond to make up for the poor management planning.
My husband and I ate dinner here. I had the 7oz filet, and although I ordered medium-rare, it came out medium but was nice nonetheless tender and delicious. My husband had the Gulf fish topped with crab meat meunière. He enjoyed every bite. We shared the tomato and onion salad, and really enjoyed that. For dessert, we shared the bread pudding, and found that to be mediocre.
All in all the service was excellent and our server quite attentive, but the noise level was beyond loud. Voices seemed to bounce around and intensify in the dining room, making us feel as though we had to shout to hear each other across the small table.
I’ve never been to a fine dining establishment where the waiter stands by the table in wait for you to take your last bite so he can clear the dish away. In less than an hour we had drinks, appetizers, entrees, and dessert. I’ve taken longer to eat at Burger King. I’d paid the bill before dessert came so if you’re in a big hurry this is the place for you. If you’d like to dine and enjoy you’re friends’ company I’d suggest Burger King where you don’t feel rushed to get the heck out.
We were there with an out of town friend during French quarter Fest. The place is totally. Insistent and will not disappoint. The shrimp, crab and oyster appetizer is a must and can be a meal but share and leave room for at least splitting an entree. The crab cake is the best in the city and the filet with crab is a must for meat eaters. You will never go wrong here. The bar is vibrant and fun and drinks are excellent as is wine list. Service superior. It is loud but everyone is having fun!
Excellent service and food choices. Very noisy room as several large tables were quite loud, perhaps the usual for New Orleans dining on Bourbon Street. Certainly a recommended dining option if one is in the celebratory mood and enjoys a big bash. If your preference is quiet dining, might try the main Galatoire’s restaurant.
Jason and all the staff were amazing even got a kitchen tour