We love a reason to celebrate and this season gives us many! From decked out holiday décor to reveillon dinners, there is no escaping the happiness of the holidays in our restaurants. Each has its own traditions – old and new for the young and old, focused on bringing friends and family together.
Since Thanksgiving came late this year, we have a little less time to fit A LOT of festive fun in. So, go get to work!
Weekday Lunches – The bell tradition continues! Get your Palace Café bell at lunch the month of December and jingle all the way through your day!
December 14th and 21st – Sing-along Brunch at Palace Café. Bring the family and sing-along with the jazz band to all of your favorite Christmas classics. Rusty on the lyrics? No problem! You’ll get a song book to help you through all the choruses of Jingle Bells.
Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse
Open for Lunch – special for the holidays, Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse will be open for lunch on December 6, 11-13, 16-20 and the 23rd. On these days you’ll get your special Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse jingle bell and a delicious meal.
Reveillon – every December evening until December 23rd take part in the Creole tradition of Reveillon. Four holiday inspired courses for $48.
Mischief & Mistletoe – December 13th. Be naughty and play hookie for the most fun lunch of the season. There will be live music and a few special guest appearances. Three courses for $40.
Frozen Bourbon Milk Punch – This maybe Santa’s favorite milk! Creamy and sweet with a bit of a kick. There’s a reason this beauty has graced the pages of Garden & Gun and Louisiana Cookin!
Santa Brunch – December 22nd. Bring the family for a visit with Santa. Get a picture with Santa and make your own keepsake ornament. Live music will add to the festivities. Make a day of it with a matinee of the Christmas Carol at Le Petit Theatre. Pre-fixe package for children and adults.
Join us in City Park for loads of holiday fun! Tour the spectacular light show that is Celebration in the Oaks and participate in Hilton’s scavenger hunt for a sweet prize. Those who complete the hunt win a free dessert at Acorn.
Don’t miss Louisiana Children’s Museum’s Festival of Trees. Organizations from around New Orleans have created some very original trees. Acorn’s tree “seasoned greetings” is made from cooking ware and decorated with edible treats and seasonings. Check all the specials trees out on your next visit and vote for you favorite.