Stanley, New Orleans, Louisiana

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547 St Ann St

New Orleans, LA 70116

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(504) 587-0093

  • 5 mentions in Breakfast in New Orleans?

    • Andrew B.

      Andrew B. said, "...but to be honest it kind of makes the place charming in a weird way that only works in New Orleans. Stanley This is bordering on a level of too touristy but the Fried Oysters eggs benedict is top notch. Slim..." See More

    • Amy L.

      Amy L. said, "...need other food suggestions for say lunch or dinner, you may want to check it out ( . Hope this helps! Stanley -- it gets crowded on the weekends, but if you have to wait it is in a central location..." See More

    • Tony W.

      Tony W. said, "...of this world.Elizabeth's - great smoked porkchops and eggs, awesome benedicts, and praline bacon. Bonus points for being open on weekdays. Stanley and Satsuma are also really solid...." See More

    • Melissa C.

      Melissa C. said, "... Stanley is a great option. I had some bananas foster French toast there during one of my visits and it was delicious. Bring your sweet tooth! Also, Magnolia Grill is a great diner for breakfast or lunch. Lines can be long,..." See More

    • Celeste L.

      Celeste L. said, "... Stanley was my favorite ... fried soft shell crab eggs benedict was a stand out..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees for a first timer in New Orleans

    • Melissa C.

      Melissa C. said, "...scared!) A walk through the cemeteries and Louis Armstrong Park is nice. For food, I recommend Café du Monde, Coop's Place, Stanley, Magnolia Grill, GW Fins, Bayona, and visit the bar at Restaurant R'evolution for the crab beignets and crafty..." See More

  • 1 mention in Restaurants for first-time visitors in or near the French Quarter

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...better about your gluttonous decisions, you can order juice in creative combos of fresh fruits and veggies to wash it down.Brunch/Lunch: Stanley is the place to get the best eggs benedict! They have really creative ones, including a soft shell one...." See More

  • 1 mention in Top restaurants and can't miss attractions during the day

    • Melissa C.

      Melissa C. said, "...Rebirth Bike Tours before and they were great. The shops on Canal St can keep you occupied for awhile. For food, Stanley, Magnolia Grill, and Coop's Place are some good choices. Have fun...New Orleans is one of my favorite places..." See More

  • 1 mention in Restaurant with "atmosphere" for lunch

    • John S.

      John S. said, "...NOLA as it gets. Take the St. Charles street car out and back to complete the experience. An informal lunch at Stanley for a big bowl of gumbo will also do the trick...." See More

  • 1 mention in Favorite Things to do in New Orleans

    • Andrew B.

      Andrew B. said, "...of the St. Louis Cathedral. From the square you can go to Café du Monde for some beignets or go to Stanley and eat the best fried oysters in town. Royal Street has most of the art galleries and tons of..." See More

  • 1 mention in Interesting nightlife and restaurants in New Orleans wanted!

    • Melissa C.

      Melissa C. said, "...and the most delicious crab beignets as an appetizer. Go to Coop's Place for Abita beers and delicious Cajun fried chicken. Stanley is a great place for brunch and it overlooks Jackson Square. One of my favorite things I have ever..." See More

  • 1 mention in Not to miss places in New Orleans?

    • Amy L.

      Amy L. said, "...Liuzza's Restaurant & Bar- By the Fairgrounds, Jazz Fest area Cafe Degas- By the Fairgrounds, Jazz Fest area Breakfast: Stanley- The French Quarter Muriel's Jackson Square- The French Quarter The Ruby Slipper- Downtown/French Quarter Elizabeth's-..." See More

  • 1 mention in Headed there this weekend, what must I do?

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...the mid-1800s. I took a bus to and from there from the French Quarter. Another brunch'ish spot that I loved was Stanley. They have all sorts of eggs benedict and were so good. One restaurant that I wanted to try,..." See More

  • 1 mention in First time in NOLA! Where to eat?

    • John S.

      John S. said, "...Paul Prudhomme, still has K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen, which I think is still great. The Gumbo is terrific. It is fairly expensive. Stanley is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Authentic and at very good prices.And like a broken record, I always..." See More