Mr. B’s is one of the brightest stars in the New Orleans restaurant scene. Nestled in the heart of the French Quarter, Mr. B’s Bistro is located at the corner of Royal and Iberville Streets. Cindy Brennan and her famous restaurant family opened Mr. B’s in 1979 and it has become a true French quarter fixture famous for deft cooking of regional specialties in a casual bistro setting.
Mr. B’s is known for such signature items as Gumbo Ya Ya, a super-dark roux and spicy chicken and andouille gumbo, Barbequed Shrimp, a Worcestershire spiked butter sauce with garlic and black pepper, wood grilled local fish and Creole Bread Pudding with Irish whiskey sauce.
Mr. B’s food has always been the food of Louisiana. The first generation of Brennan restauranteurs recognized the magic of the state and its endless potential of indigenous ingredients. Mr. B’s has stayed on a local course and remains passionate about this land and the riches it offers. The team at Mr. B’s is inspired by both Creole and Cajun dishes and both styles of cooking sit harmoniously on the menu.
The mission of Mr. B’s has always been that all guests that pass through the doors will be welcomed with warm Southern hospitality and classic Louisiana inspired food.