The great Creole tradition of Reveillon dinners in New Orleans offers diners prix-fixe holiday feasts the entire month of December. Several restaurants across the New Orleans area open doors to the event with various menu price points. However, some menus can climb high into the $100 range. If you want to take advantage of the deals without breaking the bank, we picked some great menu options that stay under $50.
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The Gumbo Shop - $34
At only 34 bucks, the Gumbo Shop rolls in as the cheapest Reveillon dinner of the pack. The French Quarter restaurant serves a five-course menu with plenty of options for diners. Menu selections include oyster and artichoke soup, chicken andouille gumbo, turtle soup, crawfish etouffee, roasted half duckling, Catfish St. Peter, hot bread pudding and homemade pecan pie. Photo courtesy: holiday.neworleansonline.com
RF's Restaurant - $39
At $39, another French Quarter restaurant throws in a Reveillon deal for diners. This upscale spot for Creole cuisine, cocktails and live jazz offers a four-course menu with entree options including prime ribeye, blackened gulf Redfish, BBQ shrimp penne pasta and chicken and waffles. Photo courtesy: holiday.neworleansonline.com
Upperline Restaurant - $46
This trendy Uptown bistro stacks its four-course menu with plenty of options. It’s a great time to step inside if you never had the chance. Choose from selections like sauteed fish meuniere, creole shrimp and grits and rack of lamb. Photo courtesy: holiday.neworleansonline.com
Brigtsen's Restaurant - $48
Chef Frank Brigtsen’s Riverbend staple offers a $48 four-course dinner menu that gives diners some great options. Entree options include roasted duck, stuffed flounder and pan-roasted pork tenderloin. Photo courtesy: Alexander Barkoff via holiday.neworleansonline.com
Tableau - $48
Dickie Brennan’s charming classic Creole restaurant in the French Quarter offers a four-course menu. Diners can select between two options for each course. Choose from options like gulf oyster stew, turtle soup, turkey, grilled gulf pompano, chai spiced pudding and more. Photo courtesy: holiday.neworleansonline.com
Galatoire's "33" Bar and Steak - $49
The counterpart to the Bourbon Street icon also slides in at $49. Diners get four courses here, and each course has options except dessert. Dabble in selections such as sauteed redfish, petite filet and shepherd’s pie. Photo courtesy: holiday.neworleansonline.com