Commanderrsquos Palace is a New Orleans icon that was taken over by Ti Adelaide Martin39s mother Ella Brennan in 1974

Commander’s Palace is a New Orleans icon that was taken over by Ti Adelaide Martin's mother, Ella Brennan, in 1974.

Ti Martin chronicles Ella Brennan's influence on New Orleans culinary scene

Restaurateur and writer reflects on her mother's life with new book and film

For nearly 20 years, Ti Adelaide Martin has been a co-owner of New Orleans icon Commander’s Palace, a restaurant that her mother, Ella Brennan, took over in 1974. She also operates sister restaurants Café Adelaide & the Swizzle Stick Bar and SoBou, also in New Orleans, as well as Brennan’s in Houston.

She also recently wrote a book about her mother titled Miss Ella of Commander’s Palace: I Don’t Want a Restaurant Where a Jazz Band Can’t Come

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