New Orleans Restaurants

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  • 1. Cafe du Monde

    Everybody wants to try a beignet here and rightly so. Café Du Monde is large and open 24 hrs so there really is no excuse. But be warned - three beignets are enough for two - we bought three more to...

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  • 2. Commander's Palace

    Famous New Orleans hangout across from Lafayette Cemetery--we walked by around 4 in the afternoon while visiting the cemetery across the street, listening to the band rehearsing for the coming night's...

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  • 3. Central Grocery

    Another sandwich that is typical of New Orleans is the muffuletta, a delicious combination of cold cuts, cheese and - the key ingredient - Sicilian olive salad served on a soft, round bread. The...

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  • 4. Court of Two Sisters, The

    Feeling hungry and just want a quick bite to eat of authentic New Orleans food? The Court Tavern Po-Boy on Bourbon Street belonging to the Court of Two Sisters is a good place to stop. The prices are...

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  • 5. Mother's

    This is an unusual deli kinda joint. You enter, get in line, and grab a menu and wind your way to the cook area to order. You then pay and find a table. A waitperson will find you and bring your meal...

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  • 6. Acme Oyster House

    One of the handful of places that Man vs. Food has visited - while I'm not interested in oysters, the rest of the menu looked pretty promising. The start was a little rocky though. You need to wait...

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  • 7. Deanie's

    You cannot make reservations so be prepared to wait. We visited on a Saturday evening in April about 7:45pm and had an hour wait. There is a bar and room to stand and drink and talk so the wait is...

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  • 8. Gumbo Shop

    We struggled mightily on where to go our final night, and finally went to the Concierge to assist us. She suggested the Gumbo Shop, and after much deliberation, our 9-person group headed over there....

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  • 9. Petunias, A Restaurant

    The seafood is off the chain. It was awesome, and the staff and people where so friendly we stayed 3 night's and we ate there 2 night's it was great. Thanks for the food and good service. Well be...

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  • 10. Jaques-Imo's

    Jacques-Imo's Cafe is more than just a restaurant; it's a total experience. The name of the place is a pun on the Creole phrase "Jockamo fee na nay" (remember the song "Iko Iko"?) and the name of the...

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  • 11. Brennan's

    Open for breakfast and dinner, we had brunch here and HIGHLY recommend it. If you haven't booked, no problem if you're early - you can walk in. We had brunch at noon on a Saturday in April and were...

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  • 12. Antoine's

    My wife and I had 3 days to spend in New Orleans and wanted to eat at 3 of its more famous restaurants; Antoine's, Commander's Palace, and K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen. Of the 3, Antoine's turned out to...

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  • 13. Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville

    I thought the resturant was nicely done. I have been to three other margaritavilles and this one was one of the nicest. I liked the fact you could sit on the balcony over looking the street. It was...

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  • 14. Emeril's

    The beloved daughter of my friend was graduating from Tulane Law, and her "ungodly parents" had come to New Orleans to witness the momentous occasion. As a fitting celebration for the achievement,...

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  • 15. Indian Food

    We tried going to the Fairmont for dinner, but it was too fancy for the limited amount of cold weather clothing we had. So we went across the street and up to the second floor to Tandori Chicken....

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  • 16. Pat O's

    When you walk in the place has low lighting but it also has a lighted fountain (2 actually). It can be a romantic place an night. The music, the lighting and the food make it all worthwhile. The main...

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  • 17. K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen

    I first visited K-Paul's in the 80's before Food TV made Chef Paul Prudomme a superstar. The wait was long even though we got in line an hour before it opened, and we had to dash for a two-top table...

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  • 18. Cafe Maspero

    Cafe Mespero is relatively cheap, but you get what you pay for. I ordered the French Onion soup for lunch that arrive luke warm with the cheese pretty much a solid block. My wife ordered a hamburger,...

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  • 19. Johnny's Po-Boys

    Apparently the oldest family owned PoBoys restaurant in the world, expect to stand in line for your sandwich. In April 2013, we did - about 20 minutes. But worth it. $9 is typical for a sandwich -...

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  • 20. Mr. B's Bistro

    Mr B's Bistro is part of the famed Brennan's empire and it shows. The food quality is excellent, but you will pay for it. Unlike other restaurants around the country, entrees are pretty much ala carte...

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  • 21. Cafe Beignet

    Named after a French pastry/doughnut cross and covered with icing sugar. This open air cafe serves breakfast lunch and dinner. During the afternoon there is a 3 piece band that plays. The band is...

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  • 22. Arnaud's

    If there is a better breakfast, you'll have to wait for Heaven. The service, ambience, wait staff, and food are nonpareil. I've eaten breakfast here twice, and the quality was superb each time. The...

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  • 23. Muriel's

    muriel's is a very good contemporary creole restaurant located in the french quarter. muriel's has a refined 19 th century decor and is a relaxing place to have lunch or dinner. in my opinion one of...

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  • 24. Mulates

    I travel from Phoenix to NOLA often. At this time of year the only nonstop flight on Southwest arrives at 10 pm. It is Friday and almost every restaurant is closed before I can even check into my...

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  • 25. Port of Call

    Port of Call is famous for its burgers, steaks, and monsoon drinks. I was amazed to find a 45 minute wait or longer in the restaurant that was old and really kind of trashy. We all had burgers, which...

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