Liberty National Convention – Commander’s PalaceLooking forward to indulging in the culturally infused foods of NOLA during Liberty National Convention 2014? We have just the restaurant picked out for you! Commander’s Palace, established in 1880, can be found in the Garden District of Uptown New Orleans. Did we mention it’s one of the most renowned dining spots in the city? The family-run establishment gives visitors a taste of what real New Orleans dining is all about.

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The famous restaurant, which was once stomping grounds for chefs Paul Prudhomme and Emeril Lagasse, is owned by the Brennan family. The upscale restaurant has always been a staple for the city and is widely recognized for its excellent service and gorgeous Victorian architecture. A dining experience at Commander’s Palace is one for the books.

Chef Tory McPhail makes distinct dishes no one will forget. Guests can indulge in Cajun entrees like the popular turtle soup, Louisiana gumbo, and fresh fish. Try a marvelous dessert like the flaming bananas foster, or have a couple of the restaurant’s famous 25-cent martinis. (Yes, you heard right! Martinis for 25 cents.) Commander’s Palace is also popular for its Jazz Brunch every Saturday and Sunday.

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Grab some fellow Liberty National Agents during #LNLConvention2014 and get ready to have a fun and memorable time! To learn more about Commander’s Palace, or to make a reservation ahead of time, visit