The Saint Lawrence is here to delight all of your senses. We believe it is in true partnership with all our producers and growers, fish mongers and wine merchants that we are able to offer you the best in fine wine and cheeses, exquisite vegetables, free range meats and of course, seafood! We wouldn’t be Cajun without our seafood!


While you peruse our 400 bottle wine list you will be treated to a live jazz trio each evening. We’ll tempt your appetite with special wine and cheese pairing menus. All set among the finest silver, the sparkliest crystal and the whitest of linens.


The Saint Lawrence is nestled in a secluded garden in the heart of New Orleans. Once a tycoon hideaway mansion where Hollywood celebrities would mingle with the Who’s Who list of New Orleans, it has been our pleasure to call this home for the past 8 years. We can fully accommodate your party, no matter the size.

Be sure to check out our SPECIAL OCCASIONS page for more information.


Cajuns—- fun-loving Acadians from Nova Scotia who settled in the south in the 19th century—- are known for their pleasure-lovin’ nature and joy of living. They like excitement in life, and food is no exception. When they settled in the south, they created their own rustic style of eating known as Cajun, using local ingredients to create meals. We’ve taken this to heart by sourcing the freshest ingredients directly from local organic farms and suppliers.

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Ironically, Cajun cuisine first developed out of necessity. The Acadian refugees were pretty broke after their British expulsion. So they settled in the U.S. and learned how to live off the land and adapted their native French rustic cuisine to local ingredients including rice, sugar cane and the bounty provided by the sea.

Traditional Cajun cuisine grew from supplementing rice with whatever meat, game or other proteins were available to serve their large families. Adding some zest and excitement to basic ol’ seafood became the Cajun trademark. If you’ve never been down south before, experiencing the Cajun culture is like no other experience you’ll ever have.


Here at The Saint Lawrence we have elevated traditional rustic food into a visual feast as well as a gastronomic one. We lean heavily on our French influence by offering a daily menu of three-course lunch and dinner options.

Sound delicious? Be sure to check out our MENU.

We cater to the seasons so our selections are always the freshest and most creative. You are definitely going to want to be the first to hear about our new menu items.