Treat yourself to a variety of brunch offerings from our 13 different vendors while sippin’ on $5 mimosas and $6 bloody marys from Bar 1908. While you eat and drink, you’ll also enjoy the eclectic sounds of a New Orleans-based live Jazz band from 11AM-2PM!
Check out some of our amazing brunch specials here:
Fete au Fete: Cochon de Lait Benedict + don’t forget about their tasty breakfast menu!
La Cocinita New Orleans:
Cachapas – Venezuelan Sweet Corn Pancakes topped with Sunny-Side-Up Eggs, Cheese, & Choice of Meat/Veggies, Breakfast Tacos – Flour Tortillas with Melted Cheese, Scrambled Eggs, & Choice of Meat/Veggies, Breakfast Arepas – Venezuelan Cornmeal Patties stuffed with Scrambled Eggs, Cheese, & Choice of Meat/Veggies & Caribbean Breakfast Bowl – Rice, Beans, Sweet Plantains, Sunny-Side-Up Eggs, & Choice of Meat/Veggies
Little Fig: Shakshuka served with sous-vide eggs.
Kais: “Kais Brunch bowl” – Rice, Smoked salmon, Poached egg, Green onions, Crispy onions Nori, Wasabi aioli
14 Parishes Jamaican Restaurant: Traditional Jamaican Breakfast 13.95 – Akee and Salt Fish w/ yellow yam, banana, dumplings
Cru NOLA – Raw & Bubble Bar: Bagel and lox, Crab cake Benedict, Fried oyster Caesar salad, Truffled grits with fried green tomato and hollandaise
Meribo Pizza: Brunch Pizza – White sauce, Bacon, Caramelized onions, Cheesy eggs, Apple jelly, Truffle oil & Parm!
Squeezed: Smoked Salmon Bagels with Cream Cheese or Avocado and Cucumber, “Cauliflower Benedict” – Cauliflower Scramble, Vegan Sausage, Vegan Biscuit, Topped with Cashew Cream Hollandaise , Açaí Bowls & Avocado Toast with a hard boiled egg option
Frencheeze Food Truck – Jalapeño Bacon Cheddar Waffle, Dirty Breakfast fries – Hand Cut Fries, Pulled Pork, Provolone and a Fried Egg & Breakfast Po-Boy – Hot Sausage, Fried Egg, Charred Chives Aioli and Crispy Chips
Meet our Live Jazz Band Led By Stephen Lands:
Born and raised in a musical family in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Stephen Lands’ first introduction to music was through the Pentecostal Church. There he absorbed the roots of American and African American music, which allowed him to form a foundation for his future musical endeavors.
At age 12 he was exposed to a wider array of sounds after meeting the fantastic saxophonist Quamon Fowler and at 14 he began lessons with the great Alvin Battiste. Thus began a life of deep and constant musical exploration that led him to pack his bags and move to the musical mecca of New Orleans.
With curiosity, hard work, and more than his share of luck, he has found himself immersed in various musical situations, such as recording with and playing at Snug Harbor as a sideman to masters-of-swing Wess “Warmdaddy” Anderson and Victor Goines, touring with the world famous Preservation Hall Jazz Band, being a guest artist with the Villars Big Band in Switzerland, sharing the stage with artists Bilal and Erykah Badu, and touring with his own band across the United Kingdom.
He knows this is still just the beginning, and that more wonderful musical experiences are doubtlessly right across the horizon. Hopefully, he’ll be seeing you soon and can share those experiences with you, warmly, from the bell of his horn…