Brigtsen's Restaurant
Intimate spot with lauded Creole fare
Contemporary Louisiana · Carrollton · $$$
The Zagat Review
4.7
Food
4.3
Decor
4.7
Service
 
"Incredibly talented" chef Frank Brigtsen is a "wizard with seafood" , putting a "wonderful" "spin" on Cajun-Creole "favorites" at his "tucked-away" Carrollton cottage where the prices are "reasonable" for such "reliably" "delightful" dinners; the small, "quaint" rooms have a "warm, comfortable" vibe and the staff is "so friendly you may feel like you're at home" , so some may need reminding that it's "not proper etiquette to lick your plate clean."
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hours Open Today · 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Chevron
Tuesday
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Saturday
5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
location 723 Dante Street, New Orleans, LA 70118, USA phone +1 504-861-7610 website www.brigtsens.com directions Get Directions
What To Order
Butternut shrimp bisque
Brigtsen's seafood platter
Pecan pie with caramel sauce
Insider Tip
Take the St. Charles streetcar to dinner and skip the parking woes. It’s located only two blocks off stop 44.
Zagat Mentions of Brigtsen's Restaurant
Google Reviews
4.7
(102)
I went here with a group of girls and our meal and the service was absolutely fabulous!! I would say the prices were reasonable for what you get. All of our dishes were wonderful! Some of my favorites were the scallops, seafood platter, and pecan pie! They have a great selection of wine as well! I would definitely make a reservation if you plan on eating here. It’s a small, quaint space located in a shotgun house in uptown, New Orleans. I am a huge foodie and from New Orleans and I would definitely rate this as a new top favorite for me!!
Kaitlyn Fogarty · January 14, 2018
Probably my favorite restaurant in New Orleans. Chef Frank Brigsten is a genius. The food is always fabulous. Don't think I've ever had anything there that wasn't very good. The restaurant itself is old small house. Which means your table might be in a hallway or one of the small rooms. But its cozy and charming and you don't feel crowded. The service is superb and it's relatively quiet. DON'T miss the pecan pie. It truly is the best thing I've ever eaten in New Orleans
Steve Stathes · December 22, 2017
Like dining in someone's home (we were literally in the hallway.. but the someone happens to be a world class chef specializing in NOLA cuisine (which is to say.. AMAZING food.) Unhurried and casual. Off the beaten path, ans well worth getting off of it to come here.
Jan Klincewicz · December 21, 2017