New Orleans Restaurants

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  • 26. Lucky Dog

    I usually try to keep a balanced diet, even when I'm traveling. But after a night out on Bourbon Street, most resolutions tend to go out the window, and that's how we ended up grabbing a "lucky dog"....

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  • 27. Galatoire's

    If you're looking for the ultimate Southern formal dining experience, you'll find it here. A jacket is required, and the waiters are tuxedoed. Generally, the "old money" families are seated upstairs,...

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  • 28. 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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  • 29. Coop's Place

    Coop’s Place is a small, down to earth bar with friendliest staff we met in New Orleans. A lot of people (the locals) like to stand at the bar and have their dinner there but we preferred a table next...

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  • 30. Emeril's Delmonico Restaurant

    While in New Orleans we celebrated our anniversary at Emerils Delmonico. We called a few hours before and just tried our luck. Luckily for us we were able to get in as there was only one reservation...

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  • 31. Napoleon House Bar & Cafe

    Napoleon House, housed in a historic building in the French Quarter, has been owned and operated by the Impastato family since 1914. If you peek in the door, all you can see is the bar, but rest...

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  • 32. Bubba Gump's Shrimp

    In 1994, one of the best movies released in the US was Forrest Gump. The story is about a young man growing up in the rural South and many of the adventures he goes through. During one of these...

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  • 33. Camillia Grille

    I was told that the chili omelet was the reason to go here, so that's what I ordered---a HUGE 3 egg omelet deliciously overflowing with spicy chili! MMMMM! The chicory is a plus as well, My mama used...

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  • 34. Royal Cafe

    This is classic New Orleans, either inside or outside along the wrought iron lace-work balcony overlooking Royal St. Unless it's hot or wet, sit outside on the balcony; it adds to the flavor and...

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  • 35. Crescent City Brewhouse

    We arrived in New Orleans on a Monday and things were reasonably tamed at first - or at least, as tamed as Bourbon Street will ever be! - but by Thursday night you could definitely tell that weekend...

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  • 36. Red Fish Grill

    My husband and I dined at Red Fish Grill two years back and we both thought the dishes we got were bland. Not worth the money at all. I remember one of us got the chicken dish which was tasteless and...

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  • 37. Trolley Stop Cafe

    This is a very casual food place featuring jumbo breakfasts, with grits, eggs, homemade hash browns and offers short and tall stacks of silver-dollar pancakes, fluffy biscuits, sizzling sausages, and...

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  • 38. Metarie Restaurants

    Actually in Metarie, Tiffin's is an all hours resturant and on the top of my list for after-you-go-out places to eat. I totally prefer to go here than to a national chain place (like IHOP or Waffel...

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  • 39. Landry's Seafood House

    Landry's Seafood House has a nice, unpretentious feel to it. We walked right in and got a nice table which gave us a great view around the restaurant, but a view to the outside as well. This...

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  • 40. Palace Cafe

    Had a rehearsal dinner cancelled after having it confirmed, and had the date given to another party. Terrible service, nobody in charge, and left without a reservation after having a confirmation by...

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  • 41. Market Cafe, The

    We visited Market Café one morning when we were looking for a place to eat something after a long walk around French Quarter early in the morning. Places like this are ideal for breakfast because of...

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  • 42. Riverwalk Marketplace

    While you're shopping for those "can't do without" souvenirs, or watching the cruise ships & paddlewheeler ply the Mississippi River, try some fast food "New Orleans' style" here at the River Walk...

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  • 43. Ralph & Kacoo's

    ralph & kacoo's is my favorite moderately priced cajun restaurant in new orleans. ralph & kacoo's is known for their crawfish, gumbo, and softshell crabs. ralph & kacoo's is an excellent value in the...

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  • 44. Mike Anderson's Seafood

    We asked the locals where would they go for authentic New Orleans Food on Bourbon Street. They recommended this restaurant. A group of us went there for dinner the first night there and we were very...

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  • 45. Olde N'awlins Cookery

    Our experience here was alright. I had barbeque shrimps and my husband had a gumbo. it was delicious but I had tummy ache couple hours after our dinner. It must have been the way they fixed it or too...

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  • 46. Dick and Jenny's

    It's axiomatic that if you're going to New Orleans, you're going to be having some fabulous meals. The city is full of great restaurants. But we kept hearing about Dick and Jenny's -- and when people...

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  • 47. River's Edge Cafe

    When you're in New Orleans, whatever you do, dont go to this dinner/restuarant .. Its Located right across street of Jackson Square ( rigth hand side) and across street from moon walk. The place is...

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  • 48. Half Shell Restaurant & Lenny's Piccadilly Lounge

    When we first got to our hotel on Friday, at the recommendation of the girl at the front desk, we went across the street to the Half Shell to have lunch. We each had a po'boy - I had shrimp and Bob...

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  • 49. Alex Patout's Louisiana Restaurant

    The first thing we needed to do when we got to New Orleans eat - we were starving!! We checked in at the hotel and then just went walking. We knew we would find something in a city like this. On...

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  • 50. Pere Antoine

    The resturant is done up very nice. Looks like a very classy place. Very clean and bright on the insider. We had breakfast Bayou omelettes. We were very disappointed. The food wassub par and the...

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