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Restaurants in New Orleans, Louisiana
Bourbon House - If it's not in season, you won't find it on the menu. Enjoy authentic New Orleans dishes in a lively atmosphere with huge picture windows overlooking Bourbon Street.
Brennan's Restaurant - A culinary phenomenon since 1946, Brennan's in New Orleans has created some of the world's most imaginative dishes which continue to give great pleasure to millions of discerning customers and visitors to New Orleans.
Cafe Degas - A French bistro with European-style dining. Cozy ambiance, beautiful surroundings, and a friendly staff.
Clover Grill - Home of the best breakfast and burgers on Bourbon Street!
Cochon Restaurant - Cochon showcases the food Donald Link grew up preparing and eating at his grandfather's side. A descendant of Germans of Acadiana, Chef Link brings his love for authentic Cajun cuisine to New Orleans.
Dante's Kitchen - Working closely with local farmers and dairy producers to bring in the finest and freshest ingredients the region has to offer, Dante's features a contemporary take on creole comfort food while remaining true to the techniques and traditions of New Orleans cooking.
Bistreaux - Located at the Maison Dupuy Hotel in the French Quarter. Serves contemporary French cuisine complemented with Louisiana influences.
Embers Steak House - With a spectacular view from the largest balcony in the French Quarter and overlooking the festivities of Bourbon Street, experience a taste of the excitement and thrill of Mardi Gras! Steaks and a selection of local Creole specialties.
Ernst Cafe - Central Business District landmark featuring sandwiches, burgers and salads.
Five Happiness - Traditional Chinese cuisine. Experience Chinese cuisine at its finest with these chef's recommendations: House Baked Duck, Shrimp with Honey Roasted Pecan, and Asparagus with Chicken.
Fresco Cafe & Pizzeria - Voted one of New Orleans’ Best Outdoor Dining restaurants Fresco offers a variety of gourmet pizzas, delicious appetizers, pastas, salads and select wines.
K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen - Dining areas include seasonal balcony, spacious rooms, and an intimate courtyard. Both floors feature an open kitchen where diners can see exactly how each dish is prepared. Only the freshest ingredients of the highest quality are used.
Mena's Palace - Casual dining atmosphere in the French Quarter is as much a favorite with the locals as it is with visitors.
Olivier's Creole Restaurant - Olivier’s is an authentic French Quarter Creole restaurant cooking dishes handed down through five generations.
Port of Call - Port of Call is world famous for their burgers and steaks and is open daily for lunch and dinner seven days a week, no reservations, extremely casual, kids are welcome.
Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro - Well-known contemporary jazz club and restaurant. Live jazz seven nights a week, local cuisine from upscale to burgers.
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.