Brennan’s Restaurant is now once again fully owned by a Brennan family member. When the restaurant first opened in 1946 it was under Brennan family patriarch Owen Brennan. They have always been known for their fabulous, lavish brunches and also for inventing bananas Foster. However, after Hurricane Katrina the restaurant fell onto hard times. In 2013 Ralph Brennan and Terry White formed a partnership with the goal of bringing back this historic dining destination. In 2014 the Royal Street location inside of a historic French Quarter building was completely renovated, and Moses Engineers provided full mechanical, electrical, and plumbing services including fire protection design for the project.
Now, nine years later, Terry White has left the partnership and Ralph Brennan bought his share of the business. So once again, the Brennan’s Restaurant is fully owned by a Brennan family member. To learn more about the history of Brennan’s Restaurant check out the full article below from Nola.com. And if you’d like to learn more about services provided by Moses Engineers check out our project details on Brennan’s Restaurant!
“Back in 2013, restaurateur Ralph Brennan and businessman Terry White formed a partnership with one goal in mind – bring back Brennan’s, the historic and influential New Orleans dining destination that had fallen on hard times. Nine years later, White has left the partnership, Brennan has bought his share of the business, and now Brennan’s Restaurant is fully owned by a member of the Brennan family.”
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