Easter Parades and Bistreaux Brunch

March 31 2015 | Holidays

Easter weekend is a celebration full of parades and festivities in the French Quarter. This Easter Sunday, enjoy two parades in the French Quarter and join us at Bistreaux for brunch!

The Historic French Quarter Parade begins at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, April 5. The parade starts at 613 Bienville Street and includes a stop at St. Louis Cathedral for 11 a.m. Mass. During the parade, stylishly dressed ladies wearing their best Easter hats will hand out goodies from carriages and convertibles.

The Chris Owens Easter Parade is a New Orleans tradition featuring the French Quarter entertainer as grand duchess every year with carriages, limos, trolleys, vintage cars, and wagons. The parade begins at 1 p.m. with live music provided by brass bands and walking groups. The parade begins at the corner of Canal and Bourbon streets.

Easter Brunch is a fan favorite around New Orleans so be sure to make reservations to join us at our onsite restaurant, Bistreaux this Sunday from 11 a,m. until 2 p.m! We’re featuring a delicious pre fixe menu and a glass of champagne for $55 per person. 

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