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Square Root1. Square Root
231 reviews
Contemporary American | Garden District, New Orleans

A great experience all the way around. If you are a foodie and appreciate technique, then you will love Square Root. The wine pairings were well thought out and complemented the dishes. Will be back on our next pass through NOLA. More

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Bistro Daisy2. Bistro Daisy
292 reviews
American | Uptown, New Orleans

Everything was wonderful. More

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Desi Vega's3. Desi Vega's
783 reviews
Steakhouse | Warehouse District, New Orleans

Our server Dennis was amazing would absolutely go back and recommend him !! Knowledgeable and great attention to detail with his service . More

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GW Fins4. GW Fins
8093 reviews
Seafood | French Quarter, New Orleans

Amazing service, Giovana was great, not too intrusive, but spot on for everything we needed. All the food was amazing. Highlights: the scones, the softshell crab starter and than the malty, salty ice cream pie. More

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Keith Young's Steakhouse5. Keith Young's Steakhouse
255 reviews
Steakhouse | Madisonville, New Orleans

We went to dinner to celebrate our 20th anniversary and as usual the food and service was fantastic. Thank you for another incredible meal! More

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New Orleans restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
CurioCurio
Contemporary American | French Quarter, New Orleans

In the late 1800’s, Royal Street was home to a famous “curio” shop, a place where curiosities from all over the world could be had for a dollar or two. Today, the shop is no more, but the feeling of excitement and wonder still exists on Royal Street today. And so in the heart of the most premier art district in New Orleans, we’re bringing back the curiosity – reintroducing New Orleans to a circus of flavor so vibrant it makes other restaurants nearby pale in comparison.More

Fiorella's CafeFiorella's Cafe
Italian | French Quarter, New Orleans

A comfortable American (Traditional), Italian New Orleans Bistro, with balcony dining, serving New Orleans since 1939.More

La Casita - UptownLa Casita - Uptown
Mexican | Uptown, New Orleans

Casual, fun yet slightly elevated atmosphere. Great for margaritas and tacos, and other Mexican fare. More

The Roundhouse Bar and Grille MetairieThe Roundhouse Bar and Grille Metairie
American | Metairie, New Orleans

Located inside the Holiday Inn Metairie-Causeway and I10-serving all of New Orleans favorites! PoBoys, Gumbo, Burgers!More

Zea Rotisserie & Grill - Metairie RdZea Rotisserie & Grill - Metairie Rd
American | Mid-City / City Park, New Orleans

We believe that people take things way too seriously these days. That's why we created a space where friends can meet up, share good food and have a great time. With dishes inspired by the rotisserie cooking found at European food markets, Zea can be categorized as a polished casual restaurant serving classic American fare infused with mouth-watering international flavors. More

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French, Spanish and Creole influences evolved New Orleans cuisine into a genre all its own. Combine Gulf coast seafood, a butter-based sauce and Cajun spices, and you’re looking at a classic Nola dish. Take the famed crawfish boil, for instance, which locals advise is best eaten as a family. In the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, the restaurant industry banded together to support their city in the wake of serious devastation. New restaurants began opening their doors, and today you’ll find a wealth of cuisines that span the classics to modern reinventions to everything in between.