Galatoire’s “33” Bar & Steak is proud to announce that it will host a wine dinner featuring internationally acclaimed Burgundy producer, Joseph Drouhin, on Wednesday, September 9.


The menu includes:


Hors d’oeuvres:

Crabmeat Maison en Phyllo

Soufflé Potatoes Béarnaise

Smoked Gouda Fritters

Drappier Brut, Carte D'Or NV


First Course:

Fried Oysters

Celery Root Puree, Apple Slaw

2012 Chablis “Vaudésir,” Joseph Drouhin


Second Course:

Lobster Bisque

Foie Gras Mousse

2013 Beaune Blanc “Clos des Mouches,” Joseph Drouhin 


Third Course:

Duck Crepe

Boursin Cheese, Dried Cherries, Roasted Pistachios

2011 Beaune Rouge “Clos des Mouches,” Joseph Drouhin


Fourth Course:

Grilled Veal Tenderloin

Mushrooms, Peas, Sweetbreads, Sherry, Caramelized Diced Onions

2011 Volnay “Clos des Chênes," Joseph Drouhin


Fifth Course:

Brie en Croute

Rhubarb Chutney, Glenmorangie 12 year “Lasanta” Single Malt Scotch Whisky Gastrique

2008 Chambolle Musigny "Premier Cru," Joseph Drouhin


Reservations are $125 per guest, inclusive of tax and gratuity. To learn more and make dinner reservations, call Christi Broussard at (504) 525-6022. Limited seating is available.


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Hours of Operation:

Dining Room Sunday: Noon-10pm, CLOSED Monday, Tuesday - Saturday: 11:30am-10pm
Bar Sunday: 11:30am-til, Tuesday-Saturday 11am-til

Galatoire's dress code is business casual for lunch.  No shorts or t-shirts.  Jackets are required for gentlemen starting at 5 p.m. nightly and all day Sunday.

Hours of Operation

Dinner Tuesday - Sunday: 5:30-10pm

Lunch Tuesday - Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm

Bar Tuesday - Sunday: 11am - til

Brunch Saturday - Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm

Dining and Banquet Rooms are Business Casual.  Long Pants and Collared Shirts Required.


The Galatoire Foundation provides unique educational and cultural-enriched opportunities to improve the lives of young people.  The foundation donates scholarships to local universities and participates in cooking events to benefit local schools.

The foundation is dedicated to the people of New Orleans and will leave a legacy on a region that has patronized Galatoire's for generations.