Dear New Orleanians,


We are all going through what could be the toughest challenge we have ever faced and hopefully ever will. Our team has had to make the difficult decision to suspend all to-go and delivery service.


This decision was made after careful consideration, and out of the deepest concern for the health and safety of our existing team members and our community, in an effort to help contain the spread of this virus. We will continue to provide meals for our employees and their families for as long as possible.


For 20 years, we’ve been proud to be part of this wonderful city. Closing our doors completely to the guests we love is a decision we make with very heavy hearts, but we are resilient, and we will come out of this stronger.


Donald Link & Stephen Stryjewski

Conde Nast Traveler

21 Best Restaurants in New Orleans

Housed in a relatively anonymous-looking building in the Central Business District, the dining room is disarmingly casual and, as such, feels like a democratic venue to sample some of the city’s best food. You don’t become a well-loved New Orleans restaurant without some degree of homage to the classics, and the dirty rice and chicken, tasso, and andouille gumbo remain as popular as ever. Herbsaint may not have the swagger of some of the city’s more famous restaurants, but this plays to its advantage.