New Orleans Restaurants

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  • 151. Tout de Suite

    Truly local. Virtually tourist free. Though they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner (lighter fare) I think this place is best for breakfast. Located on the West Bank of New Orleans, this casual...

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  • 152. Local Eating

    Napoleon House 500 Chartres Street, corner of Chartres & St. Louis, in the French Quarter Cafe DuMonde 1309 Decatur Street, in the French Quarter, across from Jackson Square Mandina’s...

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  • 153. Bacchanal

    It's in the Bywater part of town. Pass Dr. Bob's workshop and Euclid records along the way. They have an extensive wine collection you buy by the bottle. They also have antipasta type items, cheese,...

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  • 154. Begue's - CLOSED

    Went there for lunch on a Thursday. Had reserved a table for noon. On arrival, the dining room was virtually empty (dine here and you'll discover why). Menu came on cheap plastic, like at a diner....

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  • 155. Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse

    I have been to this restaurant with my husband to celebrate Mother's Day and my birthday, and a couple of other special occasions. Whenever we go we always ask for a server by the name of Jon. He...

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  • 156. Coquette

    Everyone is always looking for that perfect New Orleans restaurant that no one else knows about. Well Coquette, open less than six months, is that restaurant. First off, Coquette is casually...

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  • 157. Creole Kosher Kitchen - CLOSED

    This restaurant was another great find in the heart of the French Quarter, offering vegetarian options on every menu including gumbo and jambalaya. The prices were far less than most, the dining area...

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  • 158. Lebanon's Cafe

    This is a warm, bustling cafe with a colorful mural on one wall (I'm a sucker for murals). It's open late for dinner, which is how -- as fortune would have it -- we ended up there. They serve lunch...

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  • 159. Clancy's

    Clancy's has always been a favorite with the locals, but since the Hurricane it has been swamped with customers. The food is classic and well prepared. Best of all ... it is very consistent. You...

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  • 160. Mandinas

    I was in New Orleans this week with a collegue and took him to a local gem. I am glad to see that Mandina's has survived over the years. Still has great food, still has the local flare and fare,...

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  • 161. Bennachin

    This small restaurant at the edges of the French Quarter has delicious food. It was also able to accommodate the needs of a mixed bunch of omnivores, vegetarians, vegans, and a gluten-free diet. No...

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  • 162. Jazz Seafood - CLOSED

    Can't give an opinion of the food,But I purchased 2- $50.00 gift certificates for Jazz seafood And Steakhouse two weeks ago. The place is locked up and out of business. But they are selling gift...

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  • 163. Saltwater Grill - CLOSED

    The food we had was very good - shrimp and grits (shrimp were grilled perfectly) and the Fried Green Tomato and Shrimp Remoulade Poboy. We rode the streetcar and walked about one block from where we...

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  • 164. Crazy Johnnie's Steakhouse - CLOSED

    Crazy Johnny's is actually in Metairie - not in New Orleans proper. It's GREAT!! You can get a slab of prime rib there for under $15.00!! Cooked to order! With sides! And the BBQ shrimp is awesome....

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  • 165. Cafe Freret

    This cafe has a great ambiance. The location and eating outdoors, makes you feel like you are eating on someone's front porch. It's pet friendly so you can bring your dog with you and they even...

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  • 166. Nola

    Great location in the French Quarter. Service was the best I've ever experienced. The servers were knowledgable about the menu. They placed the napkins on our laps (black napkins for black pants no...

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  • 167. Aunt Sally's Pralines

    Aunt Sally's isn't so much a restaurant as it is a shop that sells its pralines. Usually you can't get in the door b/c everyone crowds around the free samples tray where you enter. I love their...

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  • 168. Adolfo's

    This little restaurant is tucked above the Apple bar along Frenchman Street, just to the far side of the French Quarter. It looks charming, with only about a dozen tables and local artists on the...

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  • 169. Old Coffee Pot

    A friend suggested the place because of good press from NOLA.com. I will never learn not to listen to friends. We were seated quickly in the tiny courtyard in the back end of the place, relatively...

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  • 170. Eat

    Stupid name for a wonderful, delicious, and delightful restaurant! I highly recommend the 'Blue Cheese and Fig Torte' and also the 'Shrimp and Grits'. Big windows give you lots to look at with all of...

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  • 171. Danny And Clyde's - Metairie

    I would venture to say that some of the best poboys in New Orleans are located in the Danny and Clydes chains usually found with gas/service stations. The prices are lower than average but the...

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  • 172. Basil Leaf

    Smallish restaurant, wonderfully friendly waiters, GOOD food. It's always a fun, casual time here, and they have specials during the week (Mondays: Mango Martinis $4!). There are a few tables outside...

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  • 173. Dante's Kitchen

    A friend and I just had a nice meal at Dante's Kitchen over Mardi Gras. A small restaurant (I recommend having a reservation) in Uptown New Orleans, brings forth a warm welcoming feel with brightly...

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  • 174. Liborio

    Unfortunately, I can’t remember the first Cuban sandwich I ever ate; I think it was in Tampa, but I love those tasty little pressed pork sandes. And Libiro’s makes the best I’ve had in nola, vastly...

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  • 175. Copeland's

    One of restaurant entrepreneur Al Copeland's (Popeyes Fried Chicken, Cheesecake Bistro) restaurants showcasing traditional Louisiana cuisine in a more upscale but still casual setting. With several...

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