About Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse
New Orleans, LA 70130
“Top Steakhouses in America” Maxim Magazine and Playboy, and featured in the Wall Street Journal, Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse serves straightforward prime steaks with a New Orleans touch. Signature dishes and sides include: The House Filet (served with masa flash-fried Louisiana oysters), Tomato Bleu Cheese Napoleon, Pontalba Potatoes, and a Roasted Sweet Potato with Creole Pecan Butter. The house favorite dessert is a toss up between the Coconut Cake with a chiffon buttercream and the Bananas Foster Bread Pudding—so go ahead and order both.
Hours of Operation:
Dinner Nightly: 5:30pm - 'til
Bar opens at 4:30pm - 'til
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
A few short blocks away from the street car stop at Canal Street. Discounted validated parking available at the parking garage next door.
A few short blocks away from the street car stop at Canal Street.
Private Party Facilities:
Private accommodations for 15 – 60 guests, with six posh private dining rooms: Alsace, Bordeaux, Champagne, Boardroom, Inner Circle and Branding. Please contact the restaurant directly for private dining space. Or visit the website at www.dickiebrennanssteakhouse.com.
Private Party Contact:
Mary McGee-Tilloy: (888) 541-6554
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
All Private Dining Reservations must be made through our Group Sales Department. Please contact Sales at 504-521-8310 for information.
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Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
The steak was great! Well season, cooked ...
The steak was great! Well season, cooked to the temperature we requested. The service was 2nd to none! The sides need some improvement. Potatoes were not good. The cream corn was delicious expect there wasn't much corn in it. It's was mostly cream.
We managed to get a 6:30pm reservation f ...
We managed to get a 6:30pm reservation for the following night, a Saturday. It was close to our hotel so very convenient. We were a few minutes early but they seated us. It took us a while to realize we were right in front of double doors that led to a party room that had people in there. They were loud and active, with women going in and out it seemed every 5 minutes. It was an annoying distraction capped off when one young woman shouted after a waiter something she forgot to tell him when he was close by. The whole dinner was affected by this unflagging hubbub.
My wife enjoyed her petite sirloin but I should have ordered a ribeye instead of prime rib...it was rubbery and difficult. Meh.
What a service! A very nice place, clos ...
What a service!
A very nice place, close to Bourbon Street in the center of the French Quarter, this restaurant offers excellent meat plates, to combine with the outstanding wine list and all of this in a quiet atmosphere.
An extra was not only the very friendly and helpful personnel, but for the first time in a week we had a waiter who really knew about the food being served. How it was prepared, what were the particularities of the chef’s input and much more so, finally somebody who really helps you out with making your choices from the menu. Just great!
Dickie Brennan's is a must visit when yo ...
Dickie Brennan's is a must visit when you are in New Orleans. The food was delectable and the service is first-rate. The wait staff was attentive, while not overbearing. The meal was not rushed, even though we arrived close to closing.
The chateaubriand was perfectly cooked and the medley of food that arrived with it was quite tantalizing. One drawback was the asparagus. It was tasty but very large and was not trimmed to remove the woody part of the stalk. When preparing asparagus it is important to grab the top and bottom of the stalk and bend it. Where the stalk breaks is where the woodiness ends.
the only other (very minor) nit is that the selection of Italian wines is lacking. Of course, this is to be expected in the French Quarter of New Orleans; and their selection of French wines was extensive.
This is not a restaurant you go to if you are looking to scrimp and save money but if you are looking for a fine dining experience, you will not be disappointed. All in all, an amazing meal.
We enjoyed a meal here on our recent vis ...
We enjoyed a meal here on our recent visit to New Orleans. Great service and ambience for an upscale restaurant, food was great and enjoyed by everyone, a great place to try out some wonderful, traditional, local appetisers like fried oysters, shrimp and crab cake. All delicious but certainly not for the health conscious!! Great night out.
Our first time in New Orleans, we decide ...
Our first time in New Orleans, we decided to only make dinner reservations for one night only to keep our schedule free for exploring NOLA. We made reservations at Dickie Brennan's for our New Years Day dinner at 7pm. We were greeted nicely at the door and taken right to our table. we knew what we were going to order for dinner based on reviews from others so deciding dinner was going to be easy. Unfortunately we wanted the Chateaubriand for two, which I guess the restaurant ran out of by 7pm so we were a bit frustrated to say the least. We ended up ordering an Escargot app to start and a Ribeye with a few sides to share. The wait staff was super attentive and extremely friendly. The food itself was OK, nothing memorable, just a steak dinner I guess. Not sure if I would return there but if you are looking for a place that has a variety of steak options, this might fit the bill.
Came for NYE dinner with a group of 4. S ...
Came for NYE dinner with a group of 4. Staff was super friendly and knowledgable not only about the food but about where to point us out of towners to the best spots in the city for the evening. Everything we had was phenomenal. The house filet literally melted in your mouth and the mac and cheese, just WOW!
This is the third year in a row we have ...
This is the third year in a row we have gone to Dickie Brennan's for our New Year's Eve dinner. The food was awesome, the only minor issue was my steak was medium and my wife's rare and that was switched between us. We switched filets since we ordered the same thing and it worked out. The service was exceptional and we had no wait with our reservation at 7 pm. (Usually we have to wait 10-15 minutes even with a reservation which is irritating at this restaurant.)
First time to this steakhouse and had th ...
First time to this steakhouse and had the filet like I usually do. It was definitely better than average and prepared as ordered but as far as flavor goes, it doesn't touch a Ruth's Chris filet. There again, I've yet to find ANYplace that does. Sides were very goof and better than average size. My top shelf margarita was okay but definitely the worst I had in town. Service was great, especially from John who was helping out our main server. He was top notch and on top of it. All in all, a nice experience and I wouldn't hesitate to go back.
Great place for a good meal. The tenderl ...
Great place for a good meal. The tenderloin was amazing and the sauces that they offer are all wonderful. The only thing that was slightly off was the asparagus they did not trim enough off the ends so they where woody.
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