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New Orleans Central Business District Diners' Choice Winners

New Orleans Central Business District's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
New Orleans Central Business District's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
A photo of Willa Jean restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(1737)
$$$$
• Southern • Central Business District
Booked 8 times today
Willa Jean is a southern bakery restaurant that adds a modern and elegant touch to the iconic, southern food we all know and love. It's the perfect spot for a coffee and a breakfast pastry to-go as well as a relaxed meal with friends and family. Located in the Central Business District in downtown New Orleans. 
A photo of Chophouse New Orleans – Prime Steaks restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(3723)
$$$$
• Steakhouse • Central Business District
Named the highest rated steakhouse in New Orleans, this old-school steak restaurant is a powerhouse. The focus at Chophouse New Orleans is on its top-quality, USDA prime-only meat, from barrel cut filets to top-of-the-line cooking techniques, every detail counts. The easygoing atmosphere complements the great food and bustling, live entertainment nightly.
A photo of Restaurant August restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(7161)
$$$$
• Contemporary French / American • Central Business District
Booked 52 times today
August is a Contemporary Creole restaurant creating unique dishes with a focus on Louisiana ingredients and inspired by classical training. Located in a historic 19th century French-Creole building in New Orleans’ Central Business District, the main dining room caters to the most unique dining experience. The interior is rich with original architectural details, gleaming hardwood floors, soaring columns, mahogany paneling and antique mirrors.
A photo of Le Salon at the Windsor Court Hotel restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(863)
$$$$
• Afternoon Tea • Central Business District
Booked 32 times today
Themed Tea Dates: Easter Tea-April 16-17, Mothers Day Tea-May 7-8, Jubilee Tea-June 4-5, *Princess Tea-June 25-26 (Price-Adult $67pp & Kids $47pp) *Prohibition Tea-July 23-24 (Adults Only-Price $67pp) *Mad Hatter Tea-August 13-14 (Price-Adult $67pp & $47pp) *LGBTEA Sep 3rd (Adults Only-Price $67pp) *Halloween Tea-Oct 29-30 (Price-Adults $67pp & Kids $47pp) *Holiday Tea-Nov 25-Dec 31st (Adults $69.03pp & Kids 12 & under $49.12pp) (limited seating) - Please call for availability. Experience the delightful tradition of afternoon tea at Le Salon. Sip from a selection of 30 of the finest loose-leaf variety brews while your ears enjoy soft melodies from a harpist or pianist from the LA Philharmonic Orchestra. Enjoy an assortment of delicious tea sandwiches, scones and sweets as you engage in one of New Orleans locals most beloved and fashionable pastimes.

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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.

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.

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