NEW ORLEANS
 
 
Feb 26, 2017

Restaurants in New Orleans


Hope you’ve arrived in New Orleans with an appetite, because they sure know how to cook up a storm down here. Cajun goodies and Creole bites merge with the new wave cuisine of the American South, while mixing with a rich French Palate and dipping into Italian spices. Immigrants from Ireland, Italy, and France, among other peoples have helped to make this particular part of Louisiana absolutely delicious. These streets were the starting grounds for celebrity chefs like Emeril Lagasse, and are the home of five-star restaurants and five-star dives alike. Two suggestions:  be ready to loosen the belt and be open to some gumbo, jambalaya, and red beans and rice.

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Where to eat in New Orleans

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August Central Business District

Soft lighting, dark wood floor, chandeliers, antique columns – the atmosphere emits a delicate elegance from the moment you walk in. And the food is made to match, often mouth-wate...


30 or less
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Bacchanal Bywater

Here we have a trendy little wine shop that turns its backyard grills into a playground for renowned Chef Ian Schnoebelen (of Iris) on Sundays. This place is a semi-secret – in oth...


30 to 60
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Bayona French Quarter

The key word here is: Global. Chef Susan Spicer is a genius at combining the Cajun and Creole flavors of the crescent city with an international array of culinary combinations. The...


30 or less
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Café Du Monde French Quarter

It’s impossible to go to New Orleans and not go to the famous Café Du Monde – which serves, basically, two things: Coffee & Beignets. A Beignet, New Orleans style, is a piece of fr...


30 or less
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Cochon Warehouse Arts District

Half BBQ pit and half refined-cuisine, the chefs here really know what to do with their bacon, pickles, and pork. A must-stop for the hearty eater and lover of small plates alike, ...


30 to 60
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Commander’s Palace Garden District

In 1880, Emile Commander turned a Victorian Mansion into a restaurant. By 1900 it was already a culinary gem. Throughout the years, many chefs have gotten their start there – chefs...


30 or less
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Coop's Place French Quarter

Although this place is right across the street from Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville, it’s anything but a chain. In fact, it might be its antithesis. A local hang-out, where the gumbo...


60 and up
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Emeril’s Delmonico Garden District

Spectacular service is an understatement and yet the feel is anything but pretentious. Run by celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse since 1997, it has not lost steam in the twelve years th...


30 or less
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Ignatius Eatery & Grocery Uptown

A neighborhood restaurant that’s cute and tasty at the same time. Dive-y in that it’s brown and not the most spic and span spoon in the drawer, but the walls are lined with saint s...


30 or less
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Mimi’s in the Marigny Marigny

Whether you’re a dancer or a diver, this place is for your. Divided into two floors, the upstairs rings with dance tunes and Djs, while downstairs strums a dive-bar beat. Eclectic ...


30 or less
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Mother’s Restaurant Central Business District

At Mother’s they lay it on thick: gravy and grits, you name it. It’s not the most pedigreed of places, but, then again, that’s exactly what makes it appealing. A brick building on ...


60 and up
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Muriel's Jackson Square New Orleans

The epitome of decadence, opulence, and mystery that surrounds the French Quarter, coupled with the area's finest contemporary Creole cuisine. Experience a feast for the senses and...


30 or less
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Napoleon House French Quarter

Few restaurants can boast that they were once offered up as a home to exile Napoleon. Napoleon didn’t actually end up staying here, but the historical invitation helped name the pl...


30 or less
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Parkway Bakery and Tavern Mid City

In the city of Po’Boys – those good ‘ol everything- jammed-in-them sandwiches -- its hard to find a good one. The tradition has been watered down you could say, but not at Parkway....


30 to 60
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Pascal’s Manale Uptown

An Italian restaurant famous for its BBQ shrimp and cocktails more than its Italian fare, this place has been around since 1913, shucking oysters and serving up locals and tourists...


30 to 60
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Ralph’s on the Park Mid City

With a balcony over-looking the oak-lined City Park, this is a quiet and romantic spot, perfect for dates, or for re-kindling love, while on vacation. Because it’s a bit of a trek ...


60 and up
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Ruth Chris Steak House New Orleans Central Business District

Now a national and well-known chain, Ruth Chris got its start right here in New Orleans, on Broad Street. The Broad Street location is no longer around, due to Katrina, but there’s...


60 and up
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Stella! French Quarter

With a resume that would make any foodie’s mouth water, Chef Scott Boswell stands atop the Nola cuisine scene. His food is heavily influenced by Asia, particularly Japan, fused wit...


30 to 60
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Tommy’s Cuisine Warehouse Arts District

Located in one of the coolest areas in town, the long-time up and coming Warehouse Arts District, right by Julia Street’s art galleries, there’s Tommy’s. Specializing in Italian Cr...


30 to 60
Lowest average price
Wolfe’s in the Warehouse Warehouse Arts District

If only all Marriott’s had food like this! From Filet Mignon to Roasted Duck Roulade to Petite Louisiana Crab Cakes, these are the creations of Chef Tom Wolfe, a protégé of Emeril ...

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