801 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA 70116-3206
Phone: (504) 568-1885
Jackson Square, also known as Place d'Armes, is a historic park in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960. - Wikipedia
Award winning Contemporary Creole Cuisine. Located in one of the most historically significant buildings in the French Quarter. The 2nd floor offers private dining with a balcony on the Square. - From the owner
On our recent visit to New Orleans we visited Muriel's for dinner. Our concierge told us the food authentic Louisiana fare. We were not disappointed. Everything we had was tasty, and the service was great. The goat cheese crepe appetizer was
By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Jul 31, 2010 - tripadvisor.com
This is my staple restaurant when I have...
visitors in town. They offer a 3-course tasting menu for $29.95 daily. In New Orleans, this is a great deal! Their pork chops are perfect and their bread pudding is my favorite in the city. The chefs and staff can have off days, which is why I can't rate it
By By ChristyC1412 Posted Jul 31, 2010 - zagat.com
Um, ok, where was I supposed...
to be impressed? By the menu dragged back from a 1980's Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza? By the mushy, barely-blackened redfish? By the small bowl of lukewarm gumbo (it didn't really come out of a can, did it?) By the SWEET shrimp creole?
By By pc1879 Posted Aug 1, 2010 - zagat.com
I've only been to Muriel's once, but it...
was very good and I hope I get the chance to go back. I went for Sunday Jazz Brunch and it was good. The atmosphere is a calming change from the French Quarter crowds.
By By LesleyC9398 Posted Aug 2, 2010 - zagat.com
Amazing NOLA experience, highly recommend!
What a great place and a delicious meal! The two servers who waited on us were polite, friendly, and made us feel very welcomed, as did the hostesses, one of whom personally escorted me across the restaurant when I asked where the ladies' room was. The menu selection is great; local specialties for those who want to try New Orleans fare and other more normal American dishes for the less adventurous. The location is great, especially if you get a table by a window so you can eat while looking at Jackson Square. The price is reasonable for the choices, and the menu is posted outside like many other restaurants so you can take a look and decide about the selection and prices before going inside.
By By Anne Posted Aug 18, 2010 - maps.google.com