Fresh. Local. Seasonal.
Louisiana Farm to Table
Beautiful Casual Atmosphere
Great Wine List and Crafted Cocktails
Local Produce and Artisanal Ingredients
Famous Louisiana Heritage Paintings by George Rodrigue
The new Fountain Lounge at The Roosevelt New Orleans brings a touch of new-world sophistication, while offering subtle nods to the timeless elements of the hotel. Opened in 1938 under the direction of then-hotel owner Seymour Weiss, the Fountain Lounge was a place where the hip, sociable and fashionable met to enjoy cocktails and small plates in an atmosphere described as “casual and carefree as a night in Paris.”
Featuring rich wood flooring, luxurious fabrics and high-end finishes, the new Fountain Lounge balances its glamorous tradition with modern touches. The lounge will feature live entertainment with a focus on inventive cocktails and small plates, in keeping with its storied history. The new Fountain Lounge will set itself apart by offering a full raw bar serving a massive array of the freshest oysters and shellfish from the Gulf coast and also a sampling of the best raw seafood from around the world.
Enjoy an authentic Louisiana Pizza Kitchen experience in the French Quarter. Each gourmet pizza is fired in a wood-burning oven on either an unbleached white or untreated whole- wheat flour crust. All our meat and poultry are organic and free-range. We source quality, local Louisiana products whenever possible. And our wine cellar has won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for four years running. Don’t forget to check out our excellent selection of local, micro-brewed, and specialty beers from around the world.
Café Sbisa, located in the French Market area of the Vieux Carre, was founded by the Sbisa family in 1899. It was amongst many restaurant and coffee houses in the thriving port and financial district of the old French city. Today, it remains as a symbol of the past, still serving excellent New Orleans libation, as well as, classic creole cuisine.
Patrons at Sbisa will note that Chef Pedranti’s menu pays tribute to the classic creole dishes of New Orleans while giving a modern spin to the amazing southern dishes on the Gulf Coast. “Many of the great creole dishes that are found today in New Orleans restaurants began at Sbisa,” according to Pedranti. “As such, our culinary goal is to honor our historic roots with a modern disposition.”
Brick & Spoon is no ordinary eatery. We’re serving fine specialty coffees, unexpected twists on classic dishes, eye-opening cocktails and our signature, designed-to-order Big Spoon Bloody Marys, seven days a week. Think of it as an expansion of your culinary comfort zone
The Lakehouse Restaurant is the Northshore's premier fine dining establishment located in an stunning Antebellum home directly facing Lake Ponchatrain. With its unique charm, dedicated staff and traditional Louisiana cuisine done with a twist, Lakehouse is proud to be part of a "Culinary Revival".
Located on the famed St. Charles street car line in the lower Garden District, Emeril’s Delmonico has been a New Orleans tradition since 1895. Today, Chef de Cuisine Anthony Scanio continues Chef Emeril Lagasse’s signature style of “New New Orleans” cuisine, while adding influences from the diverse cultures that helped shape the Creole tradition. On the menu, it’s not uncommon to find ingredients from the Caribbean islands, such as crisp plantains, along side more classic Creole dishes to create a wholly unique dining experience. You’ll find New Orleans originals, such as oysters Bienville and fresh fish meuniere, as well as new favorites—a chorizo-stuff pork loin, dry-aged duck breast, and of course, sumptuous, dry-aged steaks. Delmonico features nightly starters, soups, entrée, and dessert specials and a seasonally changing menu based on local and regionally available meats and produce.
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Old World New Orleans brasseries that offers warmth, comfort, great food and good cheer. This John Besh restaurant combines the best of French, German and Creole Cuisines. Lüke offers an extensive French, German, and Belgian beer selection, including two exclusive house brews [custom-made in Louisiana]. The cuisine is unaffectedly Old World, using slow and traditional cooking techniques. The wine list will feature reds and whites from the Loire, Alsace, and Savoie regions, as well as Badischerwiens of Germany. Located in the heart of the Central Business District, Lüke will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
French Market Bistro offers fine dining in an intimate casual setting. Signature menu favorites include our Eggplant Camelia, Santa Maria Crab Cakes, and our Chicken Caper just to name a few. Our Award-Winning soup, Cream of Brie and Crabmeat, is always a perfect start to any meal. Fresh grilled fish, sizzling USDA Prime Steaks, unique specials and salads are also common cravings amongst the guests at the Bistro. Let our in-house wine specialist help you choose the perfect bottle of wine from our extensive list of over 165 different wines including boutique wines and other rare finds. Or, cozy up to one of the most exclusive full service bars in town for a martini and dinner. You can also keep up with sporting events on one of 3 flat screen TVs throughout the restaurant. French Market Bistro is the perfect place for date night or family night, and is always kid-friendly. We look forward to providing you with an exceptional dining experience.
Palmetto’s is a charming Acadian style restaurant on Bayou Bonfouca in old town Slidell. With two dining rooms and 5000 square feet of multi-level waterfront decks, Palmettos is able to seat up to 300 guests. Lunch and dinner is served Tuesday through Sunday with live jazz every Sunday for brunch. Palmetto’s specializes in fresh seafood and steaks as well as Creole favorites.The main dining room is filled with the artwork of famed local artist George Dunbar.
The award Winning Crystal Room is famous for serving creative dishes in a friendly atmosphere and classic decor in a historic setting. Enjoy a generous southern style breakfast including the omelet station, biscuits and gravy, French Toast, and featuring our signature "Bananas Foster Waffle Le Pavillon."
Monday through Friday partake of a New Orleans luncheon tradition with our nationally acclaimed seafood gumbo, or help yourself to fresh and healthy items from the best lunch buffet in town. Our guests’ favorite menu items are served daily with two options including the full lunch buffet for $19.99, or Soup and Salad Bar with more than seventy five items for $15.99. We also feature an a la carte menu as well.
Guests savor the unique dinner creations of our Executive Chef nightly. Enjoy the flavor of French Cuisine with Louisiana influences, all under our crystal chandeliers and candlelight. Ask about our $19.99 daily dinner specials.
Since 1933 Ye Olde College Inn has served generations of New Orleanians. Come join us at a true New Orleans farm to table landmark. Our menu features our latest Creole specials and plenty of twists on traditional New Orleans standards. We have a farm located adjacent to the restaurant where we get a variety of fresh produce. Next door is another New Orleans landmark, the Rock’n'Bowl. Ask for a $5 off voucher when you dine from the entree section of our menu.
Louisiana Fish Camp, serving the freshest Louisiana seafood available along with some southern meat and poultry specialties. Spiced and boiled, fried, sautéed or grilled, the seafood comes from the waters off of Grand Isle Louisiana to your table without touching the freezer. Grand Isle Restaurant will take you back to the days when cold beer, 10 cent oysters and air conditioning were advertised on the windows. Pecky cypress walls will give you that "Fish Camp" feel but Grand Isle has all of the necessities to make your dining experience a Grand one. From a vast selection of great wines to specialty cocktails from the marble bar, Grand Isle Restaurant is a classic New Orleans Restaurant where you will find the locals. Dine in doors or outside on the Fulton St. mall.
We welcome you in joining us for Lunch, Dinner and Sunday Brunch. Come dine in this beautifully restored Uptown restaurant on Magazine Street and enjoy Chef Justin Devillier's contemporary Louisiana Cuisine.
Please note that we will be closed for the following holidays:
Staff Appreciation Day - Monday, May 20, 2013
Memorial Day - Monday, May 27, 2013
Independence Day - Thursday, July 4, 2013
Labor Day - Monday, September 2, 2013
Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 28, 2013
Christmas Eve - Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Christmas Day - Wednesday, December 25, 2013
New Year's Day - Wednesday, January 1, 2014
The Pelican Club, offering a wide range of fabulous New Orleans dishes, consists of three dining rooms and a large bar fashioned from a handsome, 19th-century French Quarter townhouse, rising from the corner of Bienville Street and Exchange Place in the heart of the French Quarter. Owner, Richard Hughes, and his wife, Jean Stinnett-Hughes, transformed a neglected architectural gem into a welcoming restaurant decorated in a crisp blend of traditional and contemporary. Each room has its own ambiance, created with such diverse elements as burnished Louisiana cypress, contemporary paintings by New Orleans artists, antique prints, and the dramatic contrast of black-leather banquettes against cream-colored brick walls. Such an atmosphere is sure to make your meal feel like a truly New Orleans experience.
Amazing River Front View with delicious Spanish and Creole Cuisine and Tapas!
Perched above Dutch Alley along the river, what you will find at Galvez is an infusion of traditional Spanish and Creole cooking techniques. Chef Laura Cedillo's unique menu showcases the freshest and highest quality of local ingredients, beautifully orchestrated in simple, yet elegant dishes with flavors that compliment each other.
Our view of the New Orleans waterfront is incomparable, and is the perfect setting to a leisurely dinner, happy hour with friends, or any special event. Our Atrium Ballroom is well known and loved throughout the city, spanning 50 years of New Orleans memories. It is the perfect setting for Wedding Receptions, Company Receptions and Holiday events.
Whether you are looking for a romantic dinner along the moon lit river, or a special event with your nearest and dearest, Galvez Restaurant is that special place in the French Quarter to visit.
Ranked as one of the top Farm-to-Table hotel restaurants by Travel + Leisure (January 2011), M bistro’s menu is an indigenous approach to the preparation of the finest meats, seafood and produce from farmers throughout the Gulf Region.
Special reservations are available at one of three velvet-draped cheater’s booths or the semi-private Wine Room. Jackets are not required.
Buster's Place Restaurant And Oyster Bar
A little Bit of the French Quarter in Historic Downtown Covington!
Stop by Buster’s Place and sample the best authentic Louisiana fare you’ll find! We offer the best oysters in the area (on the half shell, chargrilled, and fried to perfection). Our full bar, and a vibrant, fun atmosphere awaits you. Join us for all your favorite games and especially LSU and Saints Football Games on our six new HD flat panel LCD’S!
Buster’s Place Restaurant and Oyster Bar is the brainchild of Stephen Lyon, who opened the restaurant to honor his grandfather and prominent Covington businessman Buster Meredith Lyon.
The Lyon Family continues Buster’s dream every night that Buster’s is open.
"We are Authentic Cajun Food & Catering in Baton Rouge"
If you are looking for the freshest seafood and steaks, you've come to the right place! All of our dishes are prepared daily with great cajun flair!
Come in and try our buffet, order from our menu or have us cater your next event!
Our full Menu is available daily. We also offer Buffet-style dining Monday - Friday 11am-3pm as well as Sunday 11am-3pm.
Our menu boasts a wide variety of southern cuisine as well as unique cajun creations. At Louisiana Bayou Bistro, we are committed to creating a memorable experience for you and your guests. We provide beautifully presented, great tasting food, along with the highest standards of service.
One of the most important restaurants of 2013 by Zagat Magazine!
The Commander's Family of Restaurants returns to the French Quarter, where the family business began in the 1950's, with our Spirited Restaurant - SoBou. We're South of Bourbon (ok - it's really southeast), in the land of civilized drinking and worlds away from the oversized beers and bad frozen drinks. Our modern Creole saloon is a Louisiana-centric and street food inspired restaurant with a beverage focus.
New Orleans in its soul is a true blending of many cultures. The European influences, namely Spanish, Italian & French, coupled with prominent contributions of Caribbean & African heritage, have produced one of America's greatest indigenous cuisines, Creole.
Criollo, the Spanish word for Creole and the name chosen for the new restaurant, represents the amalgam of cultures reflected in our cooking and the unique tastes that comprise Louisiana cuisine.
Fashioned with Louisiana & the Gulf South region's abundant bounty of fresh, home grown products from the land & sea, Criollo's ingredient-driven seasonal menu is designed to offer creative dishes inspired by culinary traditions & an appreciation of today's contemporary tastes.
Serving Lunch, Dinner and Sunday Brunch, Restaurant R’evolution is the first joint venture of award-winning chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto, offering modern,imaginative reinterpretations of classic Cajun and Creole cuisine. Steeped in the diverse historic and cultural influences of Louisiana, the menu features not only the chefs’ interpretations of New Orleans classics such as gumbo, po’ boys, and beignets, but also new creations highlighting ingredients from what Chef Folse refers to as “the swamp floor pantry.” Tableside service components play an important role in the dining experience, promoting guest engagement about the history and evolution of the food they are enjoying.Soups such as Creole Louisiana Snapping Turtle Soup and Death by Gumbo play on unusual presentations of these traditional dishes that date back centuries. Desserts showcase classical New Orleans sweets done in a new and contemporary way.
In honor of the “Rebirth” of New Orleans, and the re- emergence of the celebration of the finest food on the face of the earth that can be tasted right here in our city, we have reopened this location and have dedicated ourselves to this mission.
We are purposed to restoring and preserving the culinary arts that have distinguished our city and made it famous. In this sense, we are hoping your visit with us will be a new spiritual awakening that your senses of taste, smell, sight and sound will revel in the experience of boundless dining pleasure.
To serve you divinely inspired meals in a heavenly atmosphere is now and will remain our goal, so, welcome to our culinary preservation hall.
Meauxbar is a casual upscale restaurant located in the French Quarter.
A popular choice for contemporary French & regional cuisine, featuring the freshest local and seasonal produce, seafood and meats.
A typical evening finds an eclectic mix of "quarterites", uptowners and other locals as well as out of town visitors in the cozy and stylish dining room.
Tallulah Crafted Food and Wine Bar is a casual upscale restaurant, which shares its name with the small Louisiana town of Tallulah, serving notable, indigenous cuisine from around Louisiana, while featuring house-crafted menu items that interpret local flavors in fresh and unique ways. Chef Andy Papson, the hotel's Executive Chef, has been entrusted with overseeing the culinary operations for Tallulah, as well as those of the new Renaissance Baton Rouge hotel. Tallulah serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and includes an outstanding wine bar nestled in an intimate setting that offers guests an extensive selection of fine wines by the glass.
Wine lovers can enjoy sampling Tallulah's extensive selection of fine wines with their dinner, in a cozy setting filled with intimate seating areas or at the bar where butter-soft leather bar stools beckon guests to sit, sip and stay awhile. The restaurant also features an outdoor terrace ideal for entertaining.
N’Tini's Steak and Martinis is one of Mandeville's premier restaurants, well-known for its popular martini choices and southern creole menu. Located in the heart of Mandeville, our experienced chefs have created a diversified menu that captures the palate of everyone. Our warm, relaxed environment is inviting for a large family gathering or an intimate dinner for two. With daily menu and bar specials, N'Tini's offers a fine dining cuisine at a casual dining price. Besides our fare and signature drinks, N'Tini's offers a variety of evening entertainment including local comedians, live music on the patio, Motown dancing every other Friday night and exclusive wine pairings. Voted the Northshore's Best 4 years in a row, we know you will enjoy N'Tini's and always have a "fun" dining experience.
Welcome to Le Creole-Baton Rouge, where the Gulf of Mexico meets Old New Orleans.
A modern take on the original Village restaurant (established in 1947), our reputation is for serving Baton Rouge’s finest Italian, Prime Beef, Maine Lobster, Veal and fresh Gulf seafood. The Downtown location features daily specials, a full bar and can accommodate private parties for up to fifty. We also have space for up to 15 guests in our bar area where dinner is also served.
Crossroads at House of Blues® is a lively restaurant and bar located in the heart of the New Orleans French Quarter inside the world-famous House of Blues. It features a tantalizing new menu created by celebrity chef and Food Network star, Aarón Sanchez. Enjoy signature dishes such as shrimp & grits, short rib meatball sliders and fire-grilled flatbreads plus some new twists on House of Blues favorites like jambalaya, slow-smoked pulled pork, signature burgers, salads and steaks. It’s food that's bold and classic yet contemporary. Open daily for lunch and dinner, Crossroads at House of Blues New Orleans is truly the place where food, music & art intersect!
Serving updated takes on Southern and New Orleans cooking, Tempt will offer a constantly changing seasonal menu focusing on local produce and products. The restaurant design juxtaposes modern and antique elements creating a sleek, sexy and altogether unique setting.
The walls of this comfortable upscale bistro are adorned by a seasonal rotation of original works of art by local artists.
In New Orleans proper, St. Charles Avenue connects uptown with downtown and plays host to the towering oaks, sprawling mansions and glittering Mardi Gras festivities for which New Orleans is known. In neighboring Metairie, home to Ralph Brennan's café b, the oft-traveled Metairie Road's vibrant cluster of locally-owned businesses, mix of modest and ritzy residences, and family focused amenities merits its inclusion among such iconic streets that are the lifeblood of their community.
Located at 2700 Metairie Road, Café B is a casual eatery offering locally influenced "elevated neighborhood" cuisine, custom built for Metairie's multi-generational clientele. Designed for a discerning, family, and food-focused audience, café b promises informally chic décor alongside comfort-driven food, service, and hospitality. Its brief, confident, and straight forward menus offer refined American comfort food at reasonable prices.
One block uptown from the corner of Napoleon and Tchoupitoulas, where century old live oaks shadow the famous music club Tipitina's, sits a mid-nineteenth century barge board cottage with burgundy clap boards and yellow shutters. Dinner plates line the walls and bear the names of Dick and Jenny's founding customers. Originally a grocery store, and later a po-boy shop, this funky New Orleans original is a gathering place for those who seek fine dining cuisine in a casual, comfortable setting. A small hand painted sign on the building hangs above the flower baskets and simply says "Dick & Jenny's."
The Crescent City Brewhouse is one of New Orleans' premier restaurants and the only French Quarter microbrewery.
The atmosphere at the Crescent City Brewhouse is warm, relaxed
and festive with LIVE JAZZ performed nightly by local musicians ... and monthly exhibits of local art to compliment your total Brewhouse experience!
We invite you to savor the food and the music as you enjoy the brew and the view -- and see how you can add French Quarter flair to your next special event at the Crescent City Brewhouse!
Superior Seafood & Oyster Bar is located in historic Uptown New Orleans, and is known for its authentic Louisiana seafood and Creole-inspired dishes at an affordable price. Situated directly on the St. Charles streetcar line (stop number 24), on the corner of St. Charles and Napoleon Avenues, the restaurant offers a front row seat to all the beautiful sights and sounds New Orleans has to offer. The menu offers something for every taste, with items ranging from po-boys to seared scallops, and many in between.
Ole Saint Kitchen & Tap combines the culinary expertise of Executive Alfred Singleton with legendary New Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister. Located inside the Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter at 132 Royal Street, Ole Saint is just a few steps off historic Canal Street in the French Quarter.
Designed to capture the warm ambiance of New Orleans, the decor embraces the essence of the city while featuring the memorabilia of Deuce McAllister's career with the New Orleans Saints and Ole Miss Rebels. "I think this is the perfect place where friends can gather to watch games, or where people can relax and unwind after work, whether wearing their favorite team jersey or a suit and tie," says McAllister.
Executive Chef Alfred Singleton features Southern Coastal Cuisine, such as Gulf Fish Amandine, Pecan Wood Smoked Baby Back Ribs, and a Soft Shell Crab BLT.
Olde NOLA Cookery is located in the heart of the French Quarter with 3 dining rooms and a balcony overlooking Bourbon Street. The ambiance and the cuisine are a dynamic duo. Our family owned and operated restaurant has the sights, sounds, and authentic New Orleans food coming directly from our kitchen that has delighted many people throughout our long history. Olde NOLA Cookery is THE place to be, whether it’s a dinner for 2, a large party of 8 or more, or a banquet/catering event... we can do it all New Orleans style. Browse through our menu and see what the famous Olde NOLA Cookery has to offer. With Chef Specials daily, Olde NOLA Cookery is sure to have exactly what you are looking for… a Great Atmosphere, and Great New Orleans Food!
Relive the sounds and sensations of New Orleans’ legendary jazz age – a time that witnessed the fusion of cultures which transformed ragtime and marching music into jazz and blended the savory spices that revolutionized and made famous New Orleans’ Creole cuisine. The Little Gem Saloon offers a new century twist on a historic space that first introduced New Orleans’ jazz to the world, as well as the first tempting tastes of traditional Creole cuisine. Located in the historic 400 block of South Rampart Street, the Little Gem Saloon is just steps from the Superdome and streetcar line, and within blocks of the French Quarter.
Contemporary Louisiana cuisine served in an upscale casual environment.
Kingfish features New Louisiana Cuisine from beloved New Orleans Chef Greg Sonnier. The menu reflects Greg’s Louisiana-centric approach to food. At the bar enjoy both traditional New Orleans style cocktails, such as the Sazerac or the Pimm's Cup, as well as modern cocktails created by New Orleans famous mixologist Chris McMillian.
Welcome to Tujague's, the 2nd oldest restaurant in New Orleans! Located in the heart of the French Quarter, facing the historic French Market, Tujague's has retained its reputation for providing an unforgettable dining experience in the original Creole tradition. Tujague's has been a favorite for over 150 years, entertaining and satisfying the delightfully robust appetites of French Quarter patrons. The original Creole tradition of hand-selecting fresh produce purchased daily from the open French Quarter market also continues today, ensuring cuisine of the finest possible quality. Sit back, relax and enjoy course after famous course of traditional New Orleans dishes and drinks!
Starting with a snowball stand in 1932 until today, Richard & Lori Hurst are carrying on the family tradition. From St. John Street to on the River, to nestled in the woods, now with two full service restaurants, Poor Boy’s Riverside Inn’s and Little River Inn’s seafood and steaks have remained consistently delicious for over 80 years. Richard and Lori and their loyal staff hope you taste not only delicious Cajun food, but the pride that goes into every dish! The oldest restaurant in Acadiana with a great wine and dessert selection, kid friendly and great atmosphere with a third generation husband and wife team ready to serve and where you'll always find the locals.
Get your day going with a big breakfast at our cozy Café Opera. Enjoy a unique and tasty lunch with quick and friendly service. Try our dinner menu which consists of exciting traditional American cuisine as well as Creole dishes.
When you’re done for the day, join us at the Puccini Bar for a specialty cocktail, like our popular Puccini Martini or Bourbon Street Sunset to help wind down. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the world famous Bourbon Street while you're at it. You NEVER know what you will see!
We also have FREE opera performances twice a month! Call ahead to reserve a table or you can casually stroll in and sit in the audience section.
How do you honor Louisiana being named the 18th state of the U.S?
By serving up prime cuts of beef and perfectly paired wine, of course. Savor a juicy steak, cooked to perfection, in the elegant dining room at 18 Steak.
Or, visit the bar for a stiff pour of your favorite bourbon, scotch or whiskey, while admiring the burned scotch and whiskey barrels adorning the ceiling. Bar and lounge seats 31.
Restaurant accommodates 114;
Private dining room available;
Sumptuous food, sexy atmosphere—Channing Tatum’s arousing new restaurant/bar, Saints & Sinners, is THE place to have a sinfully good time.
Our balcony overlooking Bourbon Street allows you to partake in NOLA’s electrifying atmosphere, and our outdoor patio—the only outdoor patio on Bourbon Street—puts you in the middle of all the excitement.
Get treated like a saint with our premium bottle service, included when you book any of our unique VIP areas!
LIVE MUSIC on Wednesdays and Thursdays, LIVE DJ Fridays and Saturdays.
What do you get when you combine the talents of a former LSU lineman and a New Orleans-born Italian chef? The energy, passion & creativity that has produced the area’s only Italian-Creole fusion restaurant, raising the bar for Baton Rouge dining.
Bayona, in its 22nd year, is nestled in the heart of the French Quarter in a charming 200 year old Creole Cottage punctuated by a lush, tropical courtyard. The cuisine of our James Beard Award winning Chef Susan Spicer is rooted in France, circles the globe for inspiration, and lands firmly in New Orleans to embrace the wealth of our local bounty and rich cuisine. Chef Spicer's partner Regina Keever has assembled a staff that is dedicated to expertly guiding you through your wine list and menu choices in order to seamlessly serve you in a knowledgeable, unpretentious, and professional manner. Regina and Susan would like to cordially invite you to join us and experience for yourself the atmosphere, cuisine, and service of one of New Orleans great gifts to the culinary world.
Acclaimed by local and regional food writers as one of the best New Orleans Restaurants, Cafe Adelaide is a favorite of local residents as well as visitors. Modern Creole Cuisine featuring seafood and farm fresh ingredients is the cornerstone to "eating, drinking, and carrying on" at this Commander's Palace Family Restaurant.
The Swizzle Stick Bar is a nod to the Brennans' beloved aunt, Adelaide Brennan, whose joie de vivre and charming pursuit of the good life is captured in the decor and design. Named for the gold swizzle stick that Adelaide wore around her neck, this fun watering hole is getting a lot of attention reviving classic cocktails. Bar Chef Lu Brow leads a team dedicated to the art of presenting perfect cocktails. The culinary team is led by Executive Chef Carl Schaubhut.
For two decades Palace Cafe has been serving award-winning, contemporary Creole cuisine in the historic Werlein Music building. Located downtown, at the entrance to the French Quarter, this Dickie Brennan restaurant is popular with visitors & locals alike.
In 1979, when Chef Paul Prudhomme and his late wife, K, opened their "modest", 62-seat K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen on Chartres Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans, they had no idea the restaurant was soon to become a sensation, with nightly lines of eager diners waiting sometimes hours to be seated. That was back when and dining was community seating. In 1996, extensive renovations took place and now it offers seating for more than 200. Dining areas include seasonal balcony dining, an intimate climate-controlled courtyard for dining al fresco, K's Parlor private seating as well as open kitchens on both floors. K-Paul's accepts reservations and offers catering on-site or anywhere around the world.
Executive Chef Paul Miller goes to great lengths to ensure the highest quality food. We have 3 kitchen and a bakery and the philosophy and commitment to excellence will never change.
Chef Paul and the entire staff cordially welcome you to join us for lunch or dinner!
Mysterious and bewitching, Foundation room New Orleans is a clandestine lair tucked inside the House of Blues. Members rule with extensive benefits, exclusive party and social rooms, and upscale Southern hospitality tailored to their every whim. replete with exotic touches and sexy flair; Foundation Room New Orleans is a haven for high-end hedonists looking for a wickedly good time.
James Beard Nominated Executive Chef Nathan Winowich and his wife Erika create simple but unforgettable weekly menus. Their culinary flair is New American with an emphasis on Southern style and local ingredients. For the last 14 years the Foundation Room Dining Room has been the best kept culinary secret in the Crescent City. Now with the introduction of Lagniappe Wednesdays, you too can enjoy the splendor and exclusivity of the Foundation Room at House of Blues.
Ralph & Kacoo's is located in the very heart of the French Quarter, on 519 Toulouse St, right off of Decatur. Our experienced chefs are dedicated to preparing each meal to the classic standard of Louisiana seafood that we've been serving since 1969.Our menu is world famous with popular favorites like Blackened Gator and Crawfish Nachos. Our relaxed, family friendly atmosphere sets the stage for a great dining experience that’s affordable for all (Our kid’s menu starts at only $3.99), friendly and fun! We cater to large parties and events, and we are one of the only restaurant in the French Quarter that can take in large groups of patrons. We can elegantly accommodate a large group of any number and we offer private party rooms for patrons looking to celebrate a wedding, graduation, birthday or other special event at no extra charge to the client.
Delicious decisions are easily made at The American Sector restaurant — the perfect destination for lunch, dinner, snacks, and spirits. With a comfortable setting, affordable fare, and a tempting array of appetizers, salads, soups, entrées, sides, and desserts to enjoy, this popular venue awaits you.
Located in the Garden District of New Orleans, Coquette offers innovative southern cuisine with an emphasis on locally sourced product. Featuring an accessible international wine list, classic and creative New Orleans cocktails and a well-traveled beer list.
If you're not from here, you probably haven't heard of us. If you are, you already know that Mat & Naddie's offers its own brand of fine dining combined with a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere that has attracted a local following since opening more than a decade ago.
Fine, yet accessible, local cuisine is the watchword here. Although we do get the occasional tourist who ventures off the beaten path, Mat & Naddie's caters to its neighbors' tastes.
Longtime Mat & Naddie's cook, Steve Schwarz, purchased the restaurant from founders Paula and Michael Schramel and their children Nat & Maddie (get it?). Schwarz creates the friendly and funky look of a roadside café that does not betray how very ambitious the Creole fine dining menu is. When weather is pleasant, diners opt for patio seating, which offers silhouettes of horseback riders on the levee behind which freighters ply their way up and down the Mississippi.
Family owned and operated since 1963, The Red Maple is a local favorite known for its steaks and seafood. Located just minutes from the French Quarter and downtown New Orleans, ample parking is available onsite at no additional charge. Private party facilities are also available - please call the sales department for more information.
Annadele's Plantation is the premiere setting for your fine dining experience on the North Shore. We feature delectable Creole specialties to delight the most discriminating palate. Our historic location can immediately transport you to a more serene time. Annadele's enchanting dining rooms each boasts their own enticing personality.
Fishing for New Orleans' deFINitive seafood dining? Fish no further than Ralph Brennan's Red Fish Grill, a triumph of cuisine, style and design. Casual New Orleans seafood dominates a menu peppered with Big Easy favorites like Hickory Grilled Redfish, BBQ Oysters, Alligator Sausage & Seafood Gumbo, Double Chocolate Bread Pudding, and a wide variety of Gulf fish available every night.
Festive, hip decor offering an oasis from the bawdy bright lights of Bourbon Street, features hand-painted tables, a sea colored etched floor, colossal oyster mirrors, metal-sculpted palms, Louisiana bayou photography, and a sea of metal fish in neon swimming overhead.
Professional yet friendly service spiced with New Orleans joie de vie ensures easy comfort and sets a tone for the ultimate laissez les bon temps rouler!
The Bistro at Muriel’s Jackson Square offers New Orleans classics like Gumbo, BBQ Shrimp, Oysters "Muriel", Turtle soup, Fried Gulf Shrimp Po-boy, Crabmeat Imperial, Shrimp Remoulade & contemporary Creole cuisine like Pecan Crusted Drum & Wood Grilled Tuna while the Courtyard Bar is the perfect place to drop by for drinks & appetizers. The Séance Lounge is the place for a relaxed, comfortable meeting before or after dining. Comprised of two areas, The Outer & The Inner Séance, the Séance also tells the story of a mystic & checkered past. The Outer Séance addresses the New Orleans era of Storyville & when Muriel's Jackson Square was one of the French Quarter's best bordellos! The Inner Séance is the preferred domain of the resident ghost, Pierre Antoine Lepardi Jourdan, & is the perfect spot for an intimate conversation & a drink amongst its plush surroundings.
From its first day, Emeril's Restaurant & the multitalented man who reinvents it with every meal became the focus of ecstatic praise. A decade after Emeril's Restaurant exploded onto the culinary scene, Emeril's has evolved & transformed itself for the 21st century by updating its flagship restaurant. Completed in 2000, the innovative details reflect the significance of the warehouse district location, new New Orleans cuisine & Emeril’s extensive wine list. The Food Bar is framed by a tapestry of glass encased spices showcasing the bold & creative flavors that Chef Emeril features. Emeril's state of the art kitchen is visible from the main dining room. Although walk-ins can be accommodated, reservations are highly recommended. Our dress policy is casual with no sleeveless shirts for men, no hats or flip flops. David Slater, Chef de Cuisine, and Kevin Delaune, General Manager, are dedicated to providing you with that memorable dining experience.
NOLA. New Orleans Shorthand for a return address with a hurricane swirl.... the strength of the storm by which Emeril Lagasse has taken his adopted home New Orleans with a whirlwind of fresh adaptations of classic Creole cuisine. Located in the French Quarter, this hip & fun restaurant's decor is almost as playful & sophisticated as its menu. Come & see how Emeril Lagasse breathes new life into the New Orleans cuisine he loves. Although walk-ins can be accommodated, reservations are highly recommended. Our dress policy is casual to business casual with no tank tops for men. Joshua Laskay, Chef de Cuisine, and Averriel Thomas, General Manager, are dedicated to providing you with that memorable dining experience.