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Gautreau's RestaurantGautreau's Restaurant
(248)
French American | Uptown, New Orleans
BoucherieBoucherie
(188)
Regional American (Contemporary Southern) | Uptown, New Orleans
Emeril's DelmonicoEmeril's Delmonico
(4141)
Creole | Garden District, New Orleans
Toups MeateryToups Meatery
(515)
Cajun | Mid-City / City Park, New Orleans
Marcello's of New OrleansMarcello's of New Orleans
(719)
Italian | Warehouse District, New Orleans
AVOAVO
(434)
Italian | Uptown, New Orleans
Ye Olde College InnYe Olde College Inn
(558)
Creole | Carrollton, New Orleans
BorgneBorgne
(1696)
Seafood | Central Business District, New Orleans
Desi Vega'sDesi Vega's
(724)
Steakhouse | Warehouse District, New Orleans
Pascal's ManalePascal's Manale
(1052)
Italian | Uptown, New Orleans
Restaurant PatoisRestaurant Patois
(1248)
French | Uptown, New Orleans
D.T.B.D.T.B.
(97)
Cajun | Uptown, New Orleans
Cafe DegasCafe Degas
(474)
French | Mid-City / City Park, New Orleans
The Pelican ClubThe Pelican Club
(1465)
Creole / Cajun / Southern | French Quarter, New Orleans
Pat Gallagher's 527 Restaurant & BarPat Gallagher's 527 Restaurant & Bar
(316)
American | Mandeville, New Orleans
Kenton'sKenton's
(463)
Contemporary American | Uptown, New Orleans
Superior SeafoodSuperior Seafood
(830)
Seafood | Garden District, New Orleans
Restaurant RebirthRestaurant Rebirth
(359)
Creole / Cajun / Southern | Warehouse District, New Orleans
HerbsaintHerbsaint
(1943)
Contemporary American | Warehouse District, New Orleans
Restaurant R'evolutionRestaurant R'evolution
(3106)
Creole / Cajun / Southern | French Quarter, New Orleans

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

Amazing experience sitting at the chef's table! Original, interesting and delicious food! More

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Le Salon at the Windsor Court Hotel2. Le Salon at the Windsor Court Hotel
572 reviews
Afternoon Tea | Central Business District, New Orleans

I have enjoyed afternoon tea several times and I'm never disappointed! I highly recommend for special occasions or just an afternoon with friends!! More

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Del Porto Ristorante3. Del Porto Ristorante
155 reviews
Contemporary Italian | Covington, New Orleans

One cannot find another Italian restaurant in the New Orleans with fresher ingredients and as unique recipes. The clam calabrese appetizer was spicy to a degree that I love. More

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Bistro Daisy4. Bistro Daisy
272 reviews
American | Uptown, New Orleans

One of our favorites!!! Excellent food and service! Fresh ingredients combined to create excellent taste! More

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GW Fins5. GW Fins
7892 reviews
Seafood | French Quarter, New Orleans

Outstanding food, seamless service, and quiet, cool elegance. I'd recommend and will definitely be back! More

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BrasaBrasa
Steakhouse | Metairie, New Orleans

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EatWith New OrleansEatWith New Orleans
Cajun | Uptown, New Orleans

We're bringing people around the world together, one meal at a time. Whether you’re exploring your town or traveling to a new city, EatWith is an easy way to access the underground food scene and connect with creative, open-minded and interesting people.

Spend an evening of cooking and story telling in the most magical city on Earth, New Orleans! An evening of unpretentious elegance, a co-created space to get to know your fellow diners and their relationship with food. I invite you to take a culinary journey with me as we enrich each other and as I tell the history of ""My New Orleans"" through the dishes we create!

Reservations must be paid for and finalized prior to the event. Someone from our staff will be reaching out to finalize your reservation and take payment.More

Public ServicePublic Service
American | Central Business District, New Orleans

A dynamic community gathering place, Public Service is a casual-yet-sophisticated restaurant with a menu honoring the Gulf Coast’s hard-working fishermen and farmers. Chef de Cuisine Dustin Brien prepares contemporary cuisine in an open-display kitchen highlighted by a modern raw bar and open-flame rotisserie.

Join us for a relaxing meal with family or friends, a quick bite in our bar or pull up a stool at the open kitchen to experience a meal guided by our chefs. At Public Service, the recipe is simple: combine confident Southern hospitality with a menu that allows the ingredients to speak for themselves.More

Revel Cafe and BarRevel Cafe and Bar
American | Mid-City / City Park, New Orleans

Gastro Lounge and Craft cocktails by famous bartender Chris McMillian. Gourmet sandwiches served on house made breads and boldly flavored small plates.

Chris McMillian is a New Orleans bartender and a co-founder of The Museum of the American Cocktail. Imbibe Magazine mentioned McMillian as one of the top 25 most influential cocktail personalities of the last century. McMillian, a fourth generation bartender, has been the chief bartender at several New Orleans bars, including the Library Lounge at the Ritz-Carlton and Bar UnCommon. As a cocktail historian, McMillian is known for telling stories or reciting drink-themed poetry while making drinks. McMillian has been mentioned in many magazines such as the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, and has been a public speaker at institutions such as the Smithsonian.More

Discover New Orleans

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.