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SukhoThai - Marigny
SukhoThai - Marigny
(131)
$$$$
Thai | The Marigny, New Orleans

The bartender was a joy, as was our server. Very good food, as spicy or not as you like it! It is a spot I will return to often! More

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Silk Road
Silk Road
(111)
$$$$
Contemporary Indian | The Marigny, New Orleans

Everything was so delicious! The sesame salmon, lemongrass crab soup and white chocolate mango cheesecake were our favorites! There was a slight hiccup with the food but they handled it appropriately and kindly so it did not deter from the meal. More

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Marigny Brasserie
Marigny Brasserie
(269)
$$$$
American | The Marigny, New Orleans

Delicious! Best boudin balls we’ve had. This was a great place for a nicer meal on Frenchmen Street More

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The Franklin
The Franklin
(27)
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Contemporary Southern | The Marigny, New Orleans

We had a lovely time at Franklin with our squad. 6 of us, lots of conversation, cocktails, shared plates and good selection on the menu for particular folks like myself. More

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Cru by Chef Marlon Alexander
Cru by Chef Marlon Alexander
(121)
$$$$
Seafood | The Marigny, New Orleans

Great dining experience! More

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The Marigny Diners' Choice Winners

The Marigny's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Silk Road
Silk Road
(111)
$$$$
Contemporary Indian | The Marigny, New Orleans

Everything was so delicious! The sesame salmon, lemongrass crab soup and white chocolate mango cheesecake were our favorites! There was a slight hiccup with the food but they handled it appropriately and kindly so it did not deter from the meal. More

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SukhoThai - Marigny
SukhoThai - Marigny
(131)
$$$$
Thai | The Marigny, New Orleans

The bartender was a joy, as was our server. Very good food, as spicy or not as you like it! It is a spot I will return to often! More

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Marigny Brasserie
Marigny Brasserie
(269)
$$$$
American | The Marigny, New Orleans

Delicious! Best boudin balls we’ve had. This was a great place for a nicer meal on Frenchmen Street More

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The Franklin
The Franklin
(27)
$$$$
Contemporary Southern | The Marigny, New Orleans

We had a lovely time at Franklin with our squad. 6 of us, lots of conversation, cocktails, shared plates and good selection on the menu for particular folks like myself. More

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Cru by Chef Marlon Alexander
Cru by Chef Marlon Alexander
(121)
$$$$
Seafood | The Marigny, New Orleans

Great dining experience! More

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Discover The Marigny

When visiting the French Quarter in New Orleans, take a stroll through the adjacent neighborhood called The Marigny. Under the shade of wide-leafed palm trees, this community drips with local color, music, history and diversity. Shotgun-style cottages sit one after the other, many lovingly restored and painted with bright, Caribbean colors. Frenchman Street is a great place to find music or something to drink, be it a cup of chicory coffee or a daiquiri. There’s also plenty to eat. Whether it’s a hole-in-the-wall dive serving up catfish and oyster po’ boys or a more classic Creole eatery offering specialties like crawfish etouffee or Chicken Clemenceau, you won’t leave The Marigny hungry.

Discover The Marigny

When visiting the French Quarter in New Orleans, take a stroll through the adjacent neighborhood called The Marigny. Under the shade of wide-leafed palm trees, this community drips with local color, music, history and diversity. Shotgun-style cottages sit one after the other, many lovingly restored and painted with bright, Caribbean colors. Frenchman Street is a great place to find music or something to drink, be it a cup of chicory coffee or a daiquiri. There’s also plenty to eat. Whether it’s a hole-in-the-wall dive serving up catfish and oyster po’ boys or a more classic Creole eatery offering specialties like crawfish etouffee or Chicken Clemenceau, you won’t leave The Marigny hungry.