10Best Says

10Best Says

“French: Toulouse Petit Kitchen and Lounge has been earning accolades almost since it opened. The ornate and filigreed interior of the space is just the beginning of a dining experience built on the food, style and attitude of New Orleans’ French Quarter. Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining, the restaurant has a voluminous menu encompassing Italian, Spanish and French-countryside and coastal-Mediterranean cuisine, along with a full slate of affordable American-style Prime steakhouse selections, traditional Northwest seafood and a multitude of house-made charcuterie and small-plate offerings. And as you might expect from a spot that takes its cues from the French Quarter, Toulouse is renowned for its happy hour, including the one timed perfectly for a leisurely and extended brunch.

Breakfast: Looking for a great place to get beignets, without making the trek to Louisiana? You’ve found it! Toulouse Petit Kitchen and Lounge, with its amazing French-Quarter charm and decor, offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining. Their “Breakfast Happy Hour” runs every week day from 8am to 11am, and the breakfast menu includes cuisine from central and southern Europe, along with regional Northwestern seafood specialties. Breakfast is walk-in only, but they do take dinner reservations. Their breakfast menu includes ‘cocktails you cannot get anywhere else before mid-afternoon comes along’ with the Katie Mae, the Mint Julep, and the Magnolia (a mimosa with grand marnier.)

Lunch, Group Friendly: Toulouse Petit Kitchen and Lounge has been earning accolades almost since it opened. The ornate and filigreed interior of the space is just the beginning of a dining experience built on the food, style and attitude of New Orleans’ French Quarter. Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining, the restaurant has a voluminous menu encompassing Italian, Spanish and French-countryside and coastal-Mediterranean cuisine, along with a full slate of affordable American-style Prime steakhouse selections, traditional Northwest seafood and a multitude of house-made charcuterie and small-plate offerings. And as you might expect from a spot that takes its cues from the French Quarter, Toulouse is renowned for its happy hour, including the one timed perfectly for a leisurely and extended brunch.

Insider Tips

Local Expert Corinne Whiting Says:

French: “Only at a New Orleans inspired restaurant will you find an extended happy hour designed to coincide with brunch and right into lunch, seven days a week.”

Breakfast: “Along with the beignets (you are trying those, right?), the wonderful breakfast menu includes the Croque Madame breakfast sandwich: ham, fried egg, gruyere cheese with mornay sauce.”

Lunch: “Only at a New Orleans-inspired restaurant will you find an extended happy hour designed to coincide with brunch and right into lunch, seven days a week.”

Group Friendly: “Only at a New Orleans inspired restaurant will you find an extended happy hour designed to coincide with brunch, and right into lunch, seven days a week.”

Best for French Because: Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge features a fabulous ambience and attitude that perfectly reflect New Orleans’ French Quarter. The food is outstanding, too!

Best for Breakfast Because: Toulouse Petit Kitchen and Lounge features an amazing French-Quarter charm and decor plus breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining.

Best for Lunch Because: Toulouse Petit Kitchen and Lounge brings tasty New Orleans-inspired flare to Lower Queen Anne.

Best for Group Friendly Because: Toulouse Petit’s menu features Italian, Spanish and French-countryside and coastal-Mediterranean cuisine, and groups will enjoy the lively vibe.” – 10Best.com