Stayed at the adjoining hotel and loved the restaurant. Bartender, Courtney, was cool and the food was great.
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Spent an evening here with a group of friends and had a blast. The atmosphere is well done. The next day we gave their Sunday Brunch a try and it was amazing! If I'm ever in the Springs again on a Sunday morning I will...More
We had couple of lunches and brekafsts here, while staying next door. Good place, nice menu with American/Creolian food. Smiiley,friendly service. Food is good especially salads.Their wedge is trully an adenture
My wife and I celebrated our 21st wedding anniversary here today. We had the best experience. The food was so amazing!!! The atmosphere was was very intimate which added the experience. WE LOVE THIS PLACE!!!!!
How can a place called Springs Orleans not have seafood gumbo! People that is just wrong. Please start keeping the white pepper in the can and not on the plate. A good southern roux will do much better. We love this place, but are having...More
My husband and I went for the Sunday Brunch and it was amazing. Thank you to our server Kayla who took time and explained the buffet to us. Prime rib, gumbo, shrimp etouffee,scalloped potatoes, cold smoked salmon, french toast etc could not have bee better....More
I had an executive breakfast on Nov 18, 2016 and their staff members, Melanie and Jay, were so fantastic! They gave great service with the food but they also went above and beyond with assisting me with my projection system and also tracking the meters...More
Fabulous breakfast, delicious food homemade Hollandaise sauce! The delicious shrimp etouffee was like being your true French restaurant. They also have Beignets covered in powdered sugar kind of messy but so worth it! There's also a breakfast buffet kind of wish I would have tried...More
I have eaten her before but it has been over a year. As always the eggs with shrimp etouffee was wonderful. I don't understand the Mexican dishes increasing in a New Orleans themed restaurant. One addition I would love to see is the New Orleans...More