Cheers to That!

As a “Grande Dame” of New Orleans Creole cuisine, Brennan’s emerged from its recent renovation in proof that the big pink on Royal Street was...

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Bubbles at Brennan's

There is only one pink (or should we say rosé) building in the French Quarter – Brennan’s. Starting this Friday, April 10, the celebratory...

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The Slowest Second Line on Earth

New Orleans restaurateur Ralph Brennan has a longstanding love affair with his Irish and Italian ancestry, and it is especially apparent with regard to his...

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The Muthas & the Othas

When New Orleans restaurateur Ralph Brennan bought the iconic pink stucco building that had long housed Brennan's, he never dreamed that he'd be...

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Something Borrowed, Something New

There's an unabashed opulence about New Orleans' French Quarter, and the highly anticipated 2014 re-opening of Brennan's reveals interiors that...

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Restored, Reborn, and Reopening

Established in New Orleans in the 1840s, the Irish Channel clan of Brennan's began with the arrival of Ralph Brennan's great grandfather, Owen Brennan,...

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A Royal Flush

It'll be déjà vu all over again…when the landmark building, formerly known as Brennan's, opens under new ownership with Ralph...

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What's In a Name?

Terry White and Ralph Brennan have owned the landmark pink building at 417 Royal Street for the past several months. Today, Wednesday July 9 2014, the court...

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