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"Brennan’s is a historic restaurant in the French Quarter of New Orleans, known for its elegant Creole cuisine and inventive breakfast dishes. The restaurant was founded in 1946 by Owen Brennan, who wanted to create a dining experience that combined the flavors of his native city with the sophistication of France. Brennan’s is famous for inventing the Bananas Foster, a dessert made with bananas, butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, rum, and vanilla ice cream. The restaurant also offers a variety of brunch options, such as Eggs Sardou, Turtle Soup, and Oysters Rockefeller. My favorite item on the menu is the Duck Confit Hash, which is a hearty dish of shredded duck leg, sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts, and sunny-side-up duck egg, topped with a tangy Creole sauce. Brennan’s is a must-visit for anyone who loves brunch and wants to enjoy the charm and culture of New Orleans."
"A New York Times' Top 50 Restaurant, with very close proximity to Bourbon Street"
"We enjoyed the walk from the hotel to this upscale creole spot for dinner. "

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