Where to Eat Brunch on Magazine Street

Where to Eat Brunch on Magazine Street

Weekends are made for brunch, especially paired with Magazine Street shopping. Some of the best brunches in New Orleans can be found right here on Magazine Street. Fill up on brunch faves – healthy or indulgent – then walk it off while you stroll. When you’re hungry and in the mood to enjoy a leisurely start to your day, here’s where to eat brunch on Magazine Street.



Gris-Gris hosts brunch every day. Enjoy favorites from the regular menu plus brunch specials like blueberry bourbon pain perdu and fried chicken with biscuits and gravy.


The Ruby Slipper Cafe

The Ruby Slipper Café serves creative twists on brunch classics and eye-opening cocktails seven days a week. Try Eggs Cochon, Bananas Foster Pain Perdu, and our award-winning Bacon Bloody Mary.


Slim Goodies Diner

7 days a week at Slim Goodies Diner, enjoy American/Creole influenced dishes, great coffee, Bloody Marys (with BACON), Mamma-Mosas (a really BIG mimosa), specialty cocktails and a huge selection of the dishes that make your Brunch exceptional!



Apolline has bottomless mimosas & bloody marys plus specials like Eggs Apolline: a homemade biscuit topped with Louisiana crawfish tails, andouille sausage, 2 poached eggs, and Hollandaise sauce. Wed-Fri 11am-2pm; Sat & Sun 10am-2pm.


Rum House

Let’s give them something to taco’ bout! Come try our new weekend Island Style Brunch. Featuring breakfast tacos, buttered rum french toast, tabasco chicken and waffles and much more! Available 10-3 on Saturdays and Sundays.


La Petite Grocery

La Petite Grocery is open for brunch Sundays 10:30am-2pm. Highlights include the B.E.L.T. complete with smoked bacon, sunny-side up fried egg, creole tomato, arugula & herb aioli on brioche toast with hand cut fries.



Saba is open for brunch Sat & Sun 11am-3pm. Serving regular menu favorites plus Israeli style breakfast items like Yemenite flatbread, cured salmon, and green shakshouka. Don’t miss our specialty brunch cocktails including the Malachite, a green Bloody Mary!