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My GF and I had an enjoyable time for our 1st time here. We like going to various steakhouses. The food was very good. We split the 10oz, medium, and the best part was Bleu Cheese crumbles on top. We never tried that before so we were impressed. The ambiance was surprisingly mellow until the birthday party table sing along. The bar looked fun maybe next time. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Purchased a Groupon deal for our first trip to New Orleans and it was fantastic! The food was delicious and presentation was beautiful. But our waiter Darryl made the experience so much more enjoyable than just the food and atmosphere. He was personable and engaging without hovering, talked us through menu choices and chatted with us about some less advertised tourist spots to make our trip special. He is a gem! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Beautiful atmosphere, attentive service, delicious food and cocktails. It was our first visit and our waiter was spot on with his recommendations, will definitely go back. Only wish there was an alternative to the heavy pita bread for dipping - filled us up too quickly. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Cru by Chef Marlon Alexander serves up delicious seafood and meat dishes, craft cocktails, unique wines, and private dining in the Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans. Occupying the original Marigny plantation property, this iconic restaurant has an amazing courtyard; two main dining rooms; a cozy courtyard bar; and two private dining spaces for special events or large parties. Chef Kelseay Dukae occupies the second floor "treehouse" space and offers up delectable vegan fare and sushi options for guests. Raw LA and cultivated oysters are also available from our treehouse shucking station.More
Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ in Warehouse District is the ideal spot for an amazing experience in New Orleans!
Traditionally called Yakiniku, this Japanese barbecue spot is known for their delicious, fresh (never frozen), high-quality meats!
Enjoy an ice cold beer as you grill your own meat. Happy Hours offer the best deals on food and drinks, so be sure to wind down and get the night started right with us.More
NOLA Cantina is not your average restaurant we are Taco Bar and lounge with a tropical outdoor patio. NOLA Cantina sits at the foot of New Orleans’ most iconic live music promenade and features a modern cocktail lounge and spacious outdoor dining area outfitted with vintage cantina tables and inspired decor.
Feature Dj Spins Cantina sound Saturday midnight night till 2am and every Wednesday is Latin night.
Brunch every Sunday and we kick it up the last Sunday of every month with a New Orleans Burlesque Brunch .
Chef Octavio Ycaza, an Ecuadorian spitfire with an incredible eye for detail and a knack for shaking things up created a taco menu that balances true traditional styles with truly original creations like the NOLA PoBoy Taco. Food is served cantina style to help encourage the casual laid back experience of dining at Nola Cantina.
Live music and bar atmosphere make Frenchmen St the perfect home for Nola Cantina.
Come for the food stay for the drinks.
One thirteen restaurant seeks to enliven the senses
through an inspired mid-century modern setting, graceful service and New American cuisine that simply tastes delicious
we sought to keep the unique design of its architect John Desmond
while expanding into a place of relaxation, enjoyment and excitement for each of our guests. Here’s hoping to see you soon!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.