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This creole bar/restaurant wants to be everything. It's a like a tapas joint fronting as a beer garden fronting as a southern creole diner. They've got small plates including oyster tacos and duck ... read more
Ralph Brennan’s new restaurant in the New Orleans Museum of Art (hence the name) is all about uncomplicated pleasures like flatbread pizzas, pepper roasted chicken sliders, blueberry and arugula ... read more
Prime party spot in a prime party town. A decent food menu, but you're here for drinks, dancing, flirting, and the odd celebrity sighting. Massive TVs for Saints/LSU games, bars on two levels for k... read more
Former carriage house now houses one of the most delightful restaurants in New Orleans. Upscale new American menu dips a toe in Italian waters from time to time with braised Italian sausage and pap... read more
It's like Frank Sinatra as a British colonial baller. If you're trying to impress your date bring her to this swanky English themed speakeasy. With a Vesper (the original 007/Bond drink, before the... read more
Exactly as the names says. Feed the craving for comfort food with some designer pizzas and homemade sausage. You know you're at the right place for some good pork products when the interior is pain... read more
Here's how it works at one of New Orleans most renowned restaurants. Forget dinner. Do lunch. Clear your calendar. Arrive at 11. Put your name on the list. Head to the bar. Drink while you wait for... read more
This outdoor café--a stone's throw from the mighty Mississippi--is the destination for Nola's signature breakfast food, the beignet. Dough is deep fried, then dusted with powdered sugar and ... read more
Decked out like a dark Tiki bar, with alcohol-packed punch drinks to match, Port of Call gets its rep from its immense, flavorful hamburgers and densely-packed baked potatoes. Since no lawyer vette... read more
Cochon has captured the hearts of every overweight pork addict in New Orleans. The unpretentious menu from owner Donald Link boasts pork ribs, ham hocks, hogshead cheese and pork gumbo, but the oth... read more
So called because the place was offered to the wee French dictator as a crash pad while he was in exile, Napoleon House is an unapologetic piece of old New Orleans standing athwart the rising tide ... read more
Another unrepentantly old school New Orleans joint, Clancy's does the mid 20th-century New Orleans thing better than its better-known rivals in the Quarter. With white tablecloths and ancient photo... read more
Housed in an unmistakable blue and white building that seems as old as the city itself, Commander's Palace is as famous for being a breeding ground for great chefs-e.g., Emeril-as it is for its foo... read more
As close to a cutting edge restaurant as New Orleans gets, married co-owners Allison Vines-Rushing (a James Beard award winner) and Slade Rushing work a cerebral take on contemporary Creole food wi... read more
Chef/owner Jacques Leonardi runs this energetic asylum as an extension of his eccentric personality. The Cajun chow is tasty as hell, adventurous, plentiful and gives good bang for the cuisine buck... read more
The best Italian restaurant in the Quarter, Maximo's serves roasted and grilled Northern Italian fare that won't win any awards for novelty but still satisfies that craving for meat that falls off ... read more
The Grocery is a bare bones, stripped down, no frills place which serves po boys, which is the New Orleans name for heroes, hoagies, and/or submarine sandwiches. It is, at base, a convenience store... read more
If it isn't the best restaurant in New Orleans, it's certainly the most adventurous. Though there's a notable Asian influence, the menu goes worldwide with Kobe beef and Canadian lobster and Tasman... read more
Located in an Uptown house, Brigsten's serves upscale Creole food that doesn't bury the essential nature of the cuisine under an avalanche of reinvention. Married co-owners Marna and Frank Brigsten... read more
This creole bar/restaurant wants to be everything. It's a like a ta...
Upscale cocktail lounge named after photographer E.J. Bellocq (1873...
Ralph Brennan’s new restaurant in the New Orleans Museum of Art (h...
Prime party spot in a prime party town. A decent food menu, but you...
Former carriage house now houses one of the most delightful restaur...