The casual neighborhood bistro, with upscale fare like crab and truffle pasta and panéed yellowfin tuna alongside comfort food classics like burgers, opened in 2011 on Metairie Road with valet parking and a popular bar. It became a favorite spot for boozy brunches, three-martini lunches, and casual dinners with family.
All Café B employees have been offered positions at other Ralph Brennan restaurants, which include Brennan’s, Red Fish Grill, Napoleon House, Ralph’s on the Park, and Cafe NOMA at the New Orleans Museum of Art in City Park.
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