This much-admired New Orleans-style restaurant is located in the center of Head House Square. Beautifully decorated with its Mardi Gras bar, Stunning high Ceilings, impressive furnishings, painted walls and quaint small tables in a garden settings; Café Nola is reminiscent of a New Orleans French Quarter café. This is the place to sample tasty Cajun and Creole cuisine, including gumbo, jambalaya, crawfish, and coffee-lacquered duck. And they serve the most heavenly bananas Foster anywhere!
At Café Nola we can meet all of your private function needs. We offer a variety of different plans to meet special needs and budget requirements of our customers. Please look at our sample party menu posted on this site. We have private party rooms and can support up to 200 guests for receptions, lunch, brunch, dinner, or late night.
We support the Hurricane Katrina survivors and their families. At our restaurant we have the original artwork on our wall, and offer a print available for $95. It was created by Len Garson a world renowned artist. All of the proceeds support the Hurricane Katrina Fund, more specifically Feed the Children and the second Harvest Fund.