New Orleans Restaurants

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Most Viewed Restaurants in New Orleans

  • 51. Dick & 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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  • 52. Corner Oyster House

    2 out of 5 stars

    Though I actually walked in the door and sipped on a glass of beer, I couldn't bring myself to eat here on my first visit to New Orleans. It was just too bright, clean, and modern to resemble a good...

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  • 53. Frank's

    New Orleans like all tourist towns has its share of institutions cum tourist traps. When it comes to food doubly so. The Muffuletta is New Orleans answer to Philly's Hoagie, an Italian sandwich made...

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  • 54. Cafe En Vie

    This was beside the hotel we stayed at. We walked by it everyday and on our last day before we left New Orleans we decided to stop here for breakfast. It is quaint. The one girl working was very...

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  • 55. Brigtsen's

    5 out of 5 stars

    The eary bird here, along with Commanders lunch, is a great way to have some great food at very reasonable prices. It's usually 3 courses at 6 pm but it's tough to get to the area quickly by...

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  • 56. Verti Marte

    Update: I stopped by in 4/2011, and Verdi Mart is still in business and very popular. At the time, they were taking Cash Only at the register though. Still, very friendly service. Our hotel...

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  • 57. French Market Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Went upstairs to the balcony for lunch on a sunny, windy day---had an OK soft shell crab Poboy and a seafood pasta dish that was good. A little pricey but the bloody marys were decent and it was a...

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  • 58. Croissant D'Or Patisserie

    Croissant d’or Patisserie is a patisserie located at French Quarter and it is ideal for a coffee break if you walk along the empty streets early in the morning. Actually, I saw about it at some guide...

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  • 59. Copeland's Cheesecake Bistro

    We came here a few times because this place was very close to our condo. Also it was one of the only places still opened after most of the parades. We didnt even have to get in our car, we just walked...

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  • 60. Le Bayou

    We were really hungry and I think we were on Bourbon St. They had a few people outside their restaurant trying to get customers to com inside. We decided to give it a try. I had a Po'Boy roast beef....

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  • 61. Lil Dizzy's Cafe

    Well, there is two Lil' Dizzy's that I know of. The one we went to was in the lobby of the WWhitney Wyndham hotel. What is unique about this place is that it used to be a bank and you can tell from...

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  • 62. Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar

    Lucy's is a great, laid-back bar in New Orleans Warehouse District. The food is mostly Southern California inspired, the atmosphere matches delightfully. The interior is brightly lit with large...

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  • 63. Mississippi River Bottom - MRB

    Jazz in the courtyard! When you begin to feel hungry and look for a place to have some food you sometimes step in places which offer far beyond your expectations. . . certainly! It was a bit crowded...

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  • 64. Angelo Brocato

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This very small dessert shop has been serving New Orleans for over 100 years, and with good reason. The desserts are wonderful, and just expensive enough to make you feel like you are splurging. The...

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  • 65. Annette's - CLOSED

    Sometimes you just have to wing it. Annette's was that kind of place. We had a hell of time finding a parking space even in a garage when we unexpectedly turned up in New Orleans during the French...

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  • 66. Angeli

    4 out of 5 stars

    We got to the French Quarter late and were all hungry. I picked Angeli online based on menus and reviews. The trip down Decatur with our kids past all of the clubs was a little unnerving. I was even...

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  • 67. Abita Brewing Company - Abita Springs

    Abita Brewing wasn't really on my short list of places to go to when in New Orleans. I like some of their beers well enough and had a great time visiting the brewery 14 years ago but with only a...

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  • 68. Erin Rose

    I almost hesitate to share this little gem, for fear that the next time I make my way to New Orleans it will have been taken over by tourists and lost it's local vibe. This tiny little pub is right in...

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  • 69. GB's Patio Bar & Grill

    Although it is a bar, it serves dinner in the evenings with a small selection of grilled fish, steaks and hamburgers, and even a dessert. These are also available for lunch on Friday-Sunday from 11:30...

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  • 70. Crystal Room - Le Pavilion Hotel

    5 out of 5 stars

    the crystal room is located in the le pavillion hotel on poydras street. this elegant dining room is a great place to entertain business associates or to have dinner in a refined atmoshere. the...

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  • 71. 7 On Fulton

    First of all, I really hate to give this place away. It's such a nice, quiet, peaceful and delicious way to start the day. The last thing I would want is to see it over run by mindless heathens but...

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  • 72. Crabby Jack's

    Crabby Jack's has the finest eclectic gourmet Po-boys in New Orleans. In my order of preference they are: 1) slow roasted duck in gravy 2) cochon au lait in gravy 3) paneed rabbit 4) barbecued beef...

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  • 73. Louisiana Pizza Kitchen

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Playing off the famous California Pizza Kitchen's fame, the Louisiana Pizza Kitchen is a New Orleans native creation that is as good or better than its famous cousin. Originally, the plan for us was...

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  • 74. The Alpine - CLOSED

    The Alpine is a modern, clean, and large self-proclaimed "Louisiana Cajun Bistro" (are there Cajuns from outside of Louisiana?) with a name that just doesn't fit the surroundings. I stopped in for...

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  • 75. Ember's Steakhouse

    This place has a great balcony overlooking Bourbon St. If you go in the summer, try to get there right as the sun goes down and you should be able to get a table on the balcony overlooking all of the...

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