This 200 year old historic landmark captures everything I love about New Orleans. The historical ambiance and creole cooking. When you first walk into Napoleons, you are greeted with pictures and architecture of years past. The origin story of this bar & restaurant is very unique and part of the reason we chose to dine here. You can read more about The Napoleon house here.
We ordered two specialty sandwiches, the grilled chicken & brie sandwich and the smoke gouda grilled cheese. I loved the poached apples on the chicken sandwich as it sent my taste buds for a whirlwind. The grilled cheese was my absolute favorite though and I highly recommend trying it out. Along with our sandwiches, we ordered their italian muffuletta. I'm not a huge fan of olives so I personally did not try this sandwich but I heard it was delicious. Of course we could not leave without trying the red beans & rice. I mean the saying is "Come for the Old World Ambiance, Stay for the Red Beans and Rice". See the full menu here.