Sophisticated New Orleans Dining & Drinks
Led by Executive Chef McKenna, the signature restaurant Bijoux presents French cuisine with a New Orleans twist at breakfast and at the buffet brunch on Sundays.
Located in the lobby, Cachette 1907 serves hand-crafted, specialty cocktails, New Orleans beers, bar bites and dinner. Cachette 1907 name is derived from the French word Cachette, which means hideout, and 1907 as the year that the hotel originally opened its doors. The restaurant was once a hidden respite for cocktails and gatherings among NOLA leaders during prohibition and was accessed by a secret passage to keep names unsullied. Keeping its speakeasy charm, the vintage Brunswick mahogany bar is surrounded by a railing from the Grand Hotel in Paris.