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Creole brasserie creations by Executive Chef Erick Loos from BRG Hospitality, located in the CBD of New Orleans.
New Orleans, LA 70130
French, Creole / Cajun / Southern
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: 7:00am - 11:00am Mon - Fri, 7am-10am Sat - Sun
Lunch: Mon - Fri: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Brunch: Sat - Sun: 10:00am - 4:00pm
TAKE OUT 7am-11pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Luke offers a range of private dining options. There is semi-private dining in view of the kitchen which seats up to 24. For receptions or sit down dinners there are four ballrooms that accommodate 190 guests seated or 250 guests reception-style. If you already have an event location in mind, let us bring the tastes of Luke to you. Our team will coordinate delivery, set up and preparation, providing full-service coordination of your event meal. We can accommodate a variety of menu options, creating a unique event that features Luke’s fresh ingredients, Old World cuisine and New Orleans style.
St. Charles Street Car Line
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Private Room, Wheelchair Access
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Luke offers a range of private dining options. There is semi-private dining in view of the kitchen which seats up to 30. For receptions or sit down dinners there are four ballrooms that accommodate 190 guests seated or 250 guests reception-style. We can accommodate a variety of menu options.
Luke Ratings and Reviews
It was not very busy and our food was cold and the coffee was warm and not hot. We sent back the chicken because it tasted funny. When the waiter brought back new chicken he actually intentionally touched it with his bare fingers. We didn’t eat it. The only reason I am recommending this restaurant is because I know what the food should taste like. I’ve only been here once before and the food was outstanding! And the weight staff did not touch your food with their fingers.
I was not impressed at all. The food we got is just another regular meal. The waiter was very rude with us, then they switch and bring another waiter, the service was much better. Very bad experience and I will never be back at this restaurant. I would be nuts if I return to this place......
Luke's had been recommended to us for our trip to New Orleans. The menu is not too large but plenty to choose from. The waiters were both knowledgeable and entertaining. The location in the French Quarter very convenient. Each of us enjoyed our food and drinks with no room left for dessert!
Amazing, amazing service. I wish I could remember our main waiter's name, he was incredibly entertaining and the perfect host. Our table was by the chef's kitchen (love) and more intimate and quiet than the front of the restaurant (thank you Luke and open table). We had champagne and raw oysters, flammkuchen, gumbo, coffee & chocolate torte and peppermint ice cream. Everything was exceptional, even (and especially) the coffee. Everyone made our visit memorable and wonderful. What a wonderful staff and perfect restaurant.
Having spent a week in New Orleans 21 years ago, my wife and I wanted to see what had changed since then --- especially after Katrina.
The first time i was here speaking at a "Presentation" for an hour, and "we" spent the rest of the week as tourists, walking our collective butts off seeing everything.
This time we were doing a "foodie tour" based on the "Best I ever Ate" series --- plus checking out some restaurants owned by our favorite chef's.
We finished our restaurant tour tonight, and after 6 well known/highly rated restaurants, the meals we had at Luke were the possibly the best meal we've ever had in our 67 / 70 years of life and 46 year marriage.
We purposely spent the week eating "New Orleans" cuisine, and the "Shrimp and Crab Etouffee" I had was Perfection Over Rice!
We had been to Luke once before some years ago and while the food was good it din not leave a lasting impression. his time was different. We were blown away but the excellent cuisine. We will definitely return. In fact it became a good reason to book the Hilton St Charles which is a fine hotel but we had never stayed there before. I was just one of so many fine hotels in new orleans. Luke is the deciding factor. I highly recommend it and the hotel for a memorable New Orleans experience.
I was surprised. The waiters were great and attentive. I liked the sign and the tiles.
Beyond that, the bread seemed like it was from a Subway -- a soft, boring roll.
The Brussels sprouts were the best thing -- but still not great.
"Giant Shrimp" with grits was disappointing. The oxymoronic Giant Shrimp would at best be "Medium" in the real world. The cheese and grits felt like they were fighting each other, and the sauce was lame.
The bread pudding had the consistency of rubber -- no texture, just kind of tough.
My friend had the bisque and the fried oyster salad -- he was not impressed by either.
The grocery store muffaletta I had the next day was far more impressive. I wish it had been better.
Just okay. No dishes stood out to us. Ribeye steak was decent as was french onion soup. Shrimp, pasta, etc meh. Very friendly and personable wait staff made it all better. If this were in a midwest airport I’d give 4 stars. But for a downtown New Orleans place associated with John Besh it was very underwhelming.
My family of four didn’t have plans for Thanksgiving dinner having just arrived to New Orleans Thanksgiving late morning. We were glad we found a place for holiday dinner. Lüke is in downtown financial district. It’s not as fancy as we hoped it would be. The food was alright. Stuff is very friendly. They did brought entree right before appetizers but gumbo was hot enough so it was alright.
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