When it comes to seafood, New Orleans knows its way around the kitchen. The freshest local fish and seafood have always played an inextricable part of dining in New Orleans. Every restaurant in the city, from casual cafes to the finest French Quarter institutions, presents fish and seafood dishes influenced by its African, Spanish, German, and French roots. Seafood in New Orleans means oysters on the half-shell, barbecue shrimp and grilled Gulf fish of the day. But where do the smartest, savviest diners go when they want the best seafood in New Orleans? Check out the Tastemaker 20. We gathered data covering thousands of restaurants from OpenTable's most seasoned diners to find the top spots in the city. Visitors and locals alike who want to dine on the finest of Louisiana and Gulf Coast seafood should book a table at one of these restaurants. Whether it means dressing in black-tie or putting on a plastic bib, an unforgettable seafood experience awaits.
|Restaurants:||Carrollton Market, Gautreau's Restaurant, Tito Ceviche & Pisco…|
|Price Range:||$$$ - $$$$|
|Cuisines:||Contemporary Southern, French American, Peruvian…|