About Muriel's Jackson Square
The Bistro at Muriel’s Jackson Square offers New Orleans classics like Gumbo, BBQ Shrimp, Oysters "Muriel", Turtle soup, Fried Gulf Shrimp Po-boy, Crabmeat Imperial, Shrimp Remoulade & contemporary Creole cuisine like Pecan Crusted Drum & Wood Grilled Tuna while the Courtyard Bar is the perfect place to drop by for drinks & appetizers. The Séance Lounge is the place for a relaxed, comfortable meeting before or after dining. Comprised of two areas, The Outer & The Inner Séance, the Séance also tells the story of a mystic & checkered past. The Outer Séance addresses the New Orleans era of Storyville & when Muriel's Jackson Square was one of the French Quarter's best bordellos! The Inner Séance is the preferred domain of the resident ghost, Pierre Antoine Lepardi Jourdan, & is the perfect spot for an intimate conversation & a drink amongst its plush surroundings.
Creole / Cajun / Southern
Hours of Operation:
Dinner served daily: Monday - Saturday 5:30pm - 10:00pm and Sunday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Saturday 11:30am - 2:30pm
Sunday Jazz Brunch 11:00am -2:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Muriel's Jackson Square validates up to 2 hours parking at the French Market parking lot, behind Cafe du Monde.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
A private party at Muriel’s offers a provocative sensory experience that exceeds the thrill of traditional dining. Guests will be immersed in a world of refinement and revelry that reflects the rich historical, cultural, and culinary character of the Crescent City.
Muriel's Jackson Square Ratings and Reviews
Thank you I had the best time there as a ...
Thank you I had the best time there as always I eat at your restaurant at least once a month I always have a great time the food is a little bit expensive but I don't mind paying can't wait to visit your restaurant in January as always my favorite drink is margaritas and I always try a different kind last week I had the sage margarita which was great I end up getting three of them the Blackened Redfish was superb so was the eggplant soup and the lump crab and avocado salad and the crepes were delicious thanks again and see you next month
Such a pleasant experience that we went ...
Such a pleasant experience that we went back for a second meal during our 4-day visit to New Orleans. That's saying a lot in a town full of outstanding restaurants. And, we'll be sure to return on our next visit to New Orleans.
Fabulous n authentic new orleans dishes. ...
Fabulous n authentic new orleans dishes. We had shrimp grits(best I've ever had yet) n turtle soup. The waiters were a lil goofy...they failed to brings us the silverware on time... messed our check... but they were courteous n friendly. We had a great time.
First time to enjoy Muriel's after many ...
First time to enjoy Muriel's after many years of visits to the French Quarter, and we have found a new favorite which will be on our must do list for all future trips. Awesome food and service and some nice takes on local favorites and some new things to try too. We caught the very end of brunch on a Saturday and loved every minute, including the tour through the rest of the beautiful venue.
We had reservations for 8:00 the night b ...
We had reservations for 8:00 the night before the Bayou Classic football game. We were footsore and tired at about 6:45 and walked in and asked if we could be seated then. They found a table and seated us immediately. My steak and sides were perfectly prepared. This was our third visit and we WILL be back!
Wanted to take my parents somewhere to e ...
Wanted to take my parents somewhere to eat in the quarter for their first visit and this worked out just fine. The food was tasty, but nothing special. A bit overpriced but the service was great. It's noisy but not over-crowded--lively with tourists. Not at all pretentious/raucous so a good place to take NOLA newbies. Didn't venture up to the second floor and sadly no ghost sightings.
My family ate at Muriel's on Thanksgivin ...
My family ate at Muriel's on Thanksgiving. Although it was a holiday, we were seated on time and the atmosphere was relaxed and our meal was not rushed. The food and service were excellent. There were numerous menu choices besides the traditional Turkey dinner although everyone in my party ordered the turkey. I had the gnocchi which was delicious as were the crepes and gumbo according to my other family members. I look forward to returning to Muriel's on my next trip to New Orleans.
Beautiful building with a lot of history ...
Beautiful building with a lot of history. Each room has its own personality. The service was excellent (Heather and Patty were great!) and the food was as wonderful as we'd heard. The pre-fix dinner menu is an excellent deal. Three great courses for a reasonable price. Nice wine list and cocktail selection. Make sure to try the shrimp and goat cheese crepes. Sounds odd but they are amazing! We will definitely go back.
We had brunch at Muriel's. I love brunch ...
We had brunch at Muriel's. I love brunch and breakfast, and try to have brunch as often as possible. This was one of the best brunch meals I have ever eaten I had the Eggs Veney. The poached eggs were done just right, served with the perfect amount of hollandaise sauce to complement the eggs. The boudin was wonderfully subtle and the cheddar jalapeño cornbread base was very satisfying. My husband ordered gumbo to start, which was very good also. He had the Eggs Veney scrambled instead of poached, which he enjoyed immensely.
We'll definitely be back the next time we're in New Orleans.
Was very excited about dinner at Muriel' ...
Was very excited about dinner at Muriel's due to reviews I'd read. Food somewhat saved the evening as the staff was not up to par with other restaurants in the area. Host (male) was rude, bartender was curt and non-engaging, servers in the dining room appeared they could care less.
As for the food the salads were good, main courses were just okay. Didn't care to stick around for dessert.
Hoping we caught Muriel's on an off night but we won't be back to find out. Too many other great options to explore when in New Orleans to risk a night out.
Muriel's is on the edge of Jackson Squar ...
Muriel's is on the edge of Jackson Square in a lively part of New Orleans. The building itself is historically interesting. There are a number of dining rooms and the layout is suitable for both groups and couples. we were sat at a window table just sufficiently away from a noisy group.
The food was excellent - the duck gumbo was particularly good. The table d'hote mane was good value with a range of options. Service was friendly and efficient.
We celebrated our wedding anniversary at ...
We celebrated our wedding anniversary at Muriel's and we could not have been more pleased and happy with our experience.
Everyone who helped and served us were incredibly nice, friendly and willing to share stories of site history and offered help with food selection..
I was enamoured with the rich red walls ...
I was enamoured with the rich red walls for starters and the creative way they decorated the walls with clocks and decorative plates. The food was amazing. Only had a few days in New Orleans and this was a must to eat at. They offer a pre-fix menu or a la carte, food was amazing. Service was amazing, weight is knowledgeable and friendly as well.
Best experience hands down. Food is deli ...
Best experience hands down. Food is delicious and we tried 3 appetizers and two entrees (the pecan crusted baby drum is just incredible). The crab cake is done to perfection. Service by Heather was superb. She is really excellent at what she does. We went there in fact twice during our 5 day stay in New Orleans. We have tried 4 other top restaurants and they don't compare really. We cannot recommend it enough. We will come back for sure, one day.
We enjoyed a delicious jazz brunch at Mu ...
We enjoyed a delicious jazz brunch at Muriel's Jackson Square during a visit to New Orleans. Lovely dining rooms with a lot charm and history, I spotted the bar area towards the end of our meal and wished we had another opportunity to go back - it looked like a fun place. The food was excellent, the cocktails were well made and our service team couldn't have nicer or more helpful. We tried Gumbo at 4 different restaurants during our stay and I voted theirs the best. My husband said his Turtle Soup was outstanding and our entrees were delicious. We visited the French Market and Jackson Square on the way to the restaurant, just a perfect day in New Orleans.
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