Many restaurants in the revitalized Warehouse District of New Orleans face the Mississippi River, letting you enjoy outdoor seating and excellent jazz music. While you can find pizza and barbecue here, the specialty in this part of town is Creole cuisine. From upscale French restaurants to Italian bistros, everything has a Creole flair. From Louisiana crab cakes to crawfish with basil pesto, Creole-inspired dishes take center stage while inviting you to try new combinations. The Warehouse District is also known as the Arts District, so after you finish your barbecued shrimp or hearty gumbo, check out the many art exhibits down Julia Street. Home of Chef Emeril Lagasse's original restaurant, the warm and energetic atmosphere of this neighborhood makes it a great place to have dinner in New Orleans.
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