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Broussard's Restaurant Review: Founded in the 1920s, Broussard's has an honored spot among the grandest of the grand old Creole establishments. The patio is reminiscent of the storied New Orleans courtyards of yesteryear, elegantly manicured and the ideal setting for authentic French Creole fine dining. Start off with classics such as turtle soup, or reinvented dishes like sweet pepper lacquered duck hush puppies with pimento cheese spread and pineapple slaw. Entrées are as diverse as broiled black drum Rosalie to pecan-crusted grilled pork loin chop. The wine list is carefully thought out. Finish your meal with a traditional bananas Foster. Formally clad waiters are most obliging. Sundays bring a jazz brunch with bottomless mimosas.