Brennan's is undoubtedly a New Orleans tradition and has charmed the palates and hearts of patrons with its splendid ambiance, impeccable service, and authentic Creole cuisine. Brennan's chefs have creat dishes like Bananas Foster and Eggs Hussarde and you'll find imitations offered across the globe but no one makes them as perfectly as Brennan's.
When Owen Brennan, the beloved proprietor of the Old Absinthe House, was teased by Count Arnaud that an Irishman's culinary skills ended with boiled potatoes, Mr. Brennan was determined to prove him wrong. In 1946 he opened Owen Brennan's Vieux Carré Restaurant on Bourbon Street, where Bananas Foster, Eggs Hussarde, and Breakfast at Brennan's were made in the process.
Acrylic on Canvas, 20 in. x 16 in.