123 restaurants offering special prix-fixe menus.

For the ninth year, Restaurant Week New Orleans will showcase the city’s best restaurants at a competitive price point and embrace its diners who can expect to enjoy a memorable meal (or two, or three) during a special week. Enjoy 2-course lunches for $20 or less, and 3-course dinners and brunches for $39 or less.

 
Name
Cuisine
Area
 
Andrea’s Restaurant & Catering

Andrea’s Restaurant & Catering

3100 19th Street

Lunch Dinner

Italian, Seafood

Jefferson Parish

Andrea’s Restaurant has been in business since January of 1985 serving the best Authentic Northern Italian Cuisine & Local Fresh Seafood from around the world. And if Chef Andrea can’t serve it fresh – he won’t serve it. The owner Chef Andrea Apuzzo is still supervising and cooking in the kitchen daily.

Antoine’s Restaurant

Antoine’s Restaurant

713 Street Louis Street

Lunch Dinner

French

French Quarter

Antoine’s has been operated by the same family, without interruption, for 175 years. Antoine’s cuisine is original New Orleans with French and Creole backgrounds. One of the richest wine cellars in America is found here.

Arana Taqueria y Cantina

Arana Taqueria y Cantina

3242 Magazine Street

Lunch Dinner

Tacos, Cocktail Bars

Uptown

Araña Taqueria y Cantina reflects both authentic and modernized Mexican cuisine using techniques inspired by the culinary traditions of the Yucatan. Intense flavors stem from the traditional Mexican processes of slow-braising meats in banana leaves and incorporating Mexican ingredients and spices, like achiote, into each dish to create a unique flavor profile.

Arnaud’s Restaurant

Arnaud’s Restaurant

813 Bienville Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole

French Quarter

Located steps off of Bourbon Street in the heart of the French Quarter, Arnaud’s offers classic Creole Cuisine and exemplary service in beautifully restored turn-of-the-century dining rooms. Since its inception in 1918, Arnaud’s has remained true to its traditions and courtesies.

Audubon Clubhouse Cafe

Audubon Clubhouse Cafe

6500 Magazine Street

Lunch Dinner

Bistro, Contemporary French / American, Creole / Cajun / Southern

Uptown

Audubon Clubhouse Café is open to the public and located in Audubon Park within Audubon Clubhouse. This casual atmosphere offers a creative menu for an exciting culinary experience. Enjoy your meal inside or find a table on a wide veranda with a majestic view.

AVO

Italian

Uptown

Avo is a chef-owned restaurant from New Orleans-born chef Nick Lama, a third-generation Sicilian. “Avo” is an Italian word that translates as “grandfather” or “ancestor”. The menu at Avo is derived from family recipes and childhood experiences, but served with a fresh perspective. While the food is Italian-focused, most ingredients are Southern-grown and locally harvested.

Bar Frances

Bar Frances

4525 Freret Street

Dinner

Wine Bars, American (Traditional), Tapas/Small Plates

Uptown

A modern bistro with seasonal eats, Bar Frances is a place to gather day or night for a wine-paired meal, or drinks and small plates.

Bayona

Bayona

430 Dauphine Street

Dinner

American (New), Mediterranean, Gluten-Free

French Quarter

Defying definition or simple classification, Susan Spicer’s team creates food that moves across a spectrum of styles and influence. Using the freshest local ingredients to craft flavorful, balanced yet complex dishes is Bayona’s specialty.

Bayou Bar

Bayou Bar

2031 Street Charles Avenue

Dinner

Lounges, Seafood, Whiskey Bars

Uptown

The Bayou Bar, Where The New Orleans Saints Football Franchise Was Christened In 1966, Offers A Casual Tavern-Style Ambiance. Once A Drinking Den For Both Sinatra And Capote, The Bayou Bar Honors Its Past With A Robust Whiskey List, Celebrated Weekly At Whiskey Wednesdays. On The Weekends The Rollicking Steinway Piano Plays, And Every Day Great Bar Food, Including The Legendary 1&1 Burger And Mile High Pie, Is Served.

Bistreaux at Maison Dupuy

Bistreaux at Maison Dupuy

1001 Toulouse Street

Breakfast Dinner

Jazz & Blues, Beer, Wine & Spirits, Cajun/Creole

French Quarter

The cuisine is a unique combination of foods we grew up loving and flavors that reflect the refined local palate. A strong emphasis on fresh and Louisiana grown and organic ingredients links the menu to seasonal local trends.

Bon Ton Café

Bon Ton Café

401 Magazine Street

Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole

CBD/Downtown

New Orleans’ oldest Cajun restaurant. Established in 1953. South Louisiana French Country cuisine. Traditional Cajun classic crawfish dishes from recipes handed down through generations of the Pierce family.

Bonefish Grill

Bonefish Grill

4848 Veterans Boulevard

Lunch Dinner

Seafood, American (New), Cocktail Bars

Jefferson Parish

Hi there and welcome to Bonefish Grill – your local seafood destination in Metairie! Around here, we’re so much more than an unforgettable food experience. Our Big City Bar features the freshest cocktails, with house made infusions crafted by our world-class mixologists. We’ll cheers to that!

Bordeaux Restaurant

Bordeaux Restaurant

4734 Magazine Street

Brunch Lunch Dinner

Contemporary French, Creole

Uptown

A new French bistro in uptown New Orleans, is pleased to offer indoor and outdoor dining, featuring classics as well as Chef Dominique Macquet’s creative New Orleans spin on French cuisine.

Borgne

Seafood, Southern

CBD/Downtown

Borgne is a gathering place for locals and visitors alike, a CBD lunch spot, a quick bite before the game and a casual setting for a delicious dinner with friends. Borgne’s signature dishes include duck poppers, garlic clove Louisiana shrimp, and oyster spaghetti.

Boucherie

Boucherie

1506 South Carrollton Avenue

Brunch Lunch Dinner

BBQ & Barbecue, Southern

Uptown

An early proponent in New Orleans of the maxim “fine dining for the people,” Boucherie’s cuisine is southern contemporary in inspiration, changing the bulk of the menu every two months alongside a rotating beer and wine list, with cocktails that utilize craft and honor tradition.

Bourbon House

Bourbon House

144 Bourbon Street

Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Seafood

French Quarter

Enjoy New Orleans seafood and classic Creole fare at Dickie Brennan’s Bourbon House. Esquire Magazine named Bourbon House “one of the best new restaurants in the country.” Take in a casual Oyster Bar dining experience, or more substantial Creole fare in the beautiful dining room. Enjoy great local cuisine and street views from huge picture windows overlooking Bourbon Street.

Brasa Churrasqueria

Brasa Churrasqueria

2037 Metairie Road

Lunch Dinner

Steakhouses, Latin American

Jefferson Parish

We believe that being a great asador is all about perfecting a sixth sense for grilling. Learning to prepare the perfect steak takes time. Colombian grill master Chef Edgar Caro uses local ingredients to transform traditional, rustic recipes into worldly, delicious dishes.

Brennan’s Restaurant

Brennan’s Restaurant

417 Royal Street

Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Creole, Contemporary American, Breakfast

French Quarter

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. Dining in New Orleans would not be complete without a visit to the world-famous Brennan’s Restaurant. Enjoy Bananas Foster, a Brennan creation, and other culinary phenomenons.

Brigtsen’s Restaurant

Brigtsen’s Restaurant

723 Dante Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Southern

Uptown

Since 1986, Brigtsen’s has been sharing their love of New Orleans cuisine with their guests. Brigtsen’s Restaurant is located in a charming Victorian cottage in Uptown New Orleans near the Riverbend and is only a few blocks away from the St. Charles street car line. Chef Frank Brigtsen utilizes his native New Orleans palate to create dishes that pay tribute to the traditions of Louisiana cuisine.

Brennan’s Restaurant

Brennan’s Restaurant

417 Royal Street

Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole

French Quarter

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. Dining in New Orleans would not be complete without a visit to the world-famous Brennan’s Restaurant. Enjoy Bananas Foster, a Brennan creation, and other culinary phenomenons.

Brigtsen’s Restaurant

Brigtsen’s Restaurant

723 Dante Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Southern

Uptown

Since 1986, Brigtsen’s has been sharing their love of New Orleans cuisine with their guests. Brigtsen’s Restaurant is located in a charming Victorian cottage in Uptown New Orleans near the Riverbend and is only a few blocks away from the St. Charles street car line. Chef Frank Brigtsen utilizes his native New Orleans palate to create dishes that pay tribute to the traditions of Louisiana cuisine.

Briquette

Briquette

701 South Peters

Lunch Dinner

Seafood, Contemporary American, Steak

Marigny/Bywater

Located in the Warehouse District, Briquette is housed in the former Rodd Brothers Molasses Refinery, which dates from the 1800s. Briquette features a contemporary, yet casual, restaurant interior marked by our signature open kitchen. It features an enticing 18-foot seafood display filled with fresh Bronzino, halibut, Faroe Island Salmon, Louisiana Redfish, and many other fresh whole fish. Fresh fish are prepared over red-hot briquettes bestrewed in the finest flavored oil. We offer an extensive wine list and beautifully crafted cocktails.

Broussard’s

Broussard’s

819 Conti Street

Brunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Seafood, French

French Quarter

Broussard’s first opened its doors in 1920, when an eminent local chef, Joseph Broussard, married Rosalie Borrello. The couple moved into the Borrello family mansion on Conti Street (built in 1834) where the restaurant now stands. Until they both passed in 1966, the Broussards occupied the apartment above the restaurant. The couple worked tirelessly to create and improve the five-star, family-run restaurant that still lives on. At his restaurant, Broussard combined the excitement of native Creole cuisine with characteristic French dishes inspired by his formal Parisian culinary training. The result was a vibrant menu set to the most exacting standards.

Brown Butter Southern Kitchen and Bar

Brown Butter Southern Kitchen and Bar

231 North Carrollton Avenue

Dinner

Contemporary Southern, Low Country, Burgers

Mid-City / City Park

Located at the corner of North Carrollton and Bienville in Mid City New Orleans, we are the city’s destination for Contemporary Southern American cuisine in a comfortable cozy setting. Our goal is to challenge your palate with new and exciting flavors while anchoring our ingredients in the comforting and familiar. We are the place for a quick lunch, fine dinner, business/special event or just a beer and small plates for the game.

Byblos Mediterranean Grill

Byblos Mediterranean Grill

1501 Metairie Road

Lunch Dinner

Mediterranean, Greek, Lebanese

Mid-City / City Park

Byblos was founded in 1994 by Tarek Tay, Gaby Saliba and Hicham Khodr of 3 of a Kind Restaurant Group, opening the team’s first location on Metairie Road. In the 25 years since, the company has expanded to include locations on Metairie Road and in the Lakeside Shopping Center Food Court. 3 of a Kind also established Byblos Market, a unique spin on the Mediterranean grill that includes a marketplace with authentic items and ingredients to make Mediterranean classics at home.

Café Degas

Café Degas

3127 Esplanade Avenue

Brunch Dinner

French, Breakfast & Brunch, Cafes

Mid-City / City Park

Café Degas was named after the 19th century French Impressionist, Hilaire Germain Edgar Degas, who in 1872 visited New Orleans and stayed for a short time down the street at 2306 Esplanade Ave.

Carmo

Seafood, Vegetarian, Latin American

Warehouse District

Carrollton Market

Carrollton Market

8132 Hampson Street

Brunch Dinner

American (New), Seafood, Cocktail Bars

Uptown

Carrollton Market is a modern Southern restaurant from Chef Jason Goodenough in New Orleans’ Riverbend neighborhood. Just steps from the St. Charles streetcar line, the restaurant offers a unique take on Southern flavors while staying true to the culinary traditions of New Orleans. The menu evolves constantly based on what is available locally at the fabulous farmers’ markets here in New Orleans. Chef Jason and his team scour the seafood, produce and meat vendors every day of the week in search of the best ingredients that the Gulf South has to offer. As a result of this, the menu will often change multiple times in a single week in order to best showcase what is available locally.

Cavan

Cavan

3607 Magazine Street

Dinner

American (New), Diners, Cocktail Bars

Uptown

A truly Coastal American restaurant, Cavan’s menu is an exploration of the cuisine of the regions along the Eastern Seaboard and the Gulf of Mexico. In these towns, superlative fare crafted from incredibly fresh ingredients melds seamlessly with a casual and welcoming atmosphere. The ambition and hope behind Cavan is to be a world-class, yet truly fun neighborhood restaurant.

Charlie’s Steak House

Charlie’s Steak House

4510 Dryades Street

Dinner

Steakhouses, Wine Bars

Uptown

Charlie’s is the oldest steak house in New Orleans, serving sizzling steaks since 1932. Charlie’s offers: filets, T-bones, ribeyes, and NY strips, a variety of side items, onion rings, classic wedge salads, and Italian ice cream from Angelo Brocato’s.

Clesi’s Restaurant & Catering

Clesi’s Restaurant & Catering

4323 Bienville Street

Lunch

Seafood, Cajun/Creole

Mid-City

Commander’s Palace

Commander’s Palace

1403 Washington Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Cocktail Bars

Uptown

A hidden jewel in the heart of New Orleans’ Garden District, Commander’s Palace is truly one of the finest dining experiences in the world. Since 1880, Commander’s Palace has been a New Orleans landmark known for the award-winning quality of its food and service. Brimming with the Brennan family’s gracious Crescent City hospitality, Commander’s Palace excels at making dining a special event.

Compère Lapin

Compère Lapin

535 Tchoupitoulas Street

Lunch Dinner

Caribbean, French, American (New)

Warehouse District

Compère Lapin (kom-pare la-pan) n. 1. French for “brother rabbit” 2. traditional Caribbean and Creole folktales featuring a mischievous rabbit named Compère Lapin 3.

Copper Vine

Copper Vine

1001 Poydras Street

Lunch Dinner

Wine Bars, Pubs, Venues & Event Spaces

CBD/Downtown

Delightfully Southern. Relax with wine and dine in a gastropub in the midst of New Orleans’ bustling downtown business district. Savor the food, tease your palate and come enjoy a glass with us.

Coterie Restaurant & Oyster Bar

Coterie Restaurant & Oyster Bar

135 Decatur Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Southern

French Quarter

Run by New Orleans locals, The Coterie takes pride in serving authentic New Orleans dishes, most of which have been passed down for generations. Try our family recipes while enjoying the laid back, fun atmosphere. Two blocks from the Mississippi River.

Court of Two Sisters

Court of Two Sisters

613 Royal Street

Brunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Breakfast & Brunch, Buffets

French Quarter

The historic Court of Two Sisters restaurant is located in the heart of the French Quarter. It is known for its large, picturesque dining courtyard, daily Jazz Brunch and romantic Creole dinner. New Orleans is a destination for food, history and music. The Court of Two Sisters offers an authentic blend of all.

Couvant

Couvant

317 Magazine Street New

Lunch Dinner

French

CBD/Downtown

Located inside of the Eliza Jane Hotel, Couvant is a French Brasserie with menu items that pay homage to the city’s history and regional specialties. Their dishes add a modern twist to traditional French cuisine.

Criollo Restaurant

Criollo Restaurant

214 Royal Street

Lunch Dinner

American (New), Cajun/Creole, Wine Bars

French Quarter

Criollo Restaurant, located in Hotel Monteleone, is fashioned with Louisiana and the Gulf South region’s abundant bounty of fresh, home grown products from the land and sea, Criollo’s ingredient-driven seasonal menu is designed to offer creative dishes inspired by culinary traditions and an appreciation of today’s contemporary tastes.

Deanie’s Sea Food Kitchen

Deanie’s Sea Food Kitchen

2200 Magazine Street

Dinner

Seafood, Cajun/Creole, Tacos

Uptown

Deanie’s Seafood – Bucktown

Deanie’s Seafood – Bucktown

1713 Lake Avenue

Dinner

Seafood, American (Traditional)

Jefferson Parish

Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse

Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse

716 Iberville Street

Dinner

Steakhouses, Seafood, Cajun/Creole

French Quarter

For nearly 60 years the Brennan family has been perfecting the art of beef preparation in their family restaurants – that’s why at Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse they grill their chops, sear their strips, oven-roast their prime rib and broil their filets. The same level of attention extends to the service. In Dickie Brennan’s own words, “we’re not here for today, we’re here for 50 years down the road.” Guests are treated to a grand dining experience with all the hospitality for which New Orleans is noted.

Domenica

Domenica

123 Baronne Street

Lunch Dinner

Italian

CBD/Downtown

Domenica translates to “Sunday,” in Italian, it is the day of the week to explore and cook leisurely, abundant meals. Located in the storied Roosevelt New Orleans hotel, Domenica brings an elegant take on the unique cuisine of rural Italy prepared using only the best local ingredients. Homemade pastas, cured meats and wood-fired pizzas all paired with a stylish, vibrant atmosphere create a dining experience that is sure to start a few traditions of its own.

DTB

Cajun/Creole, Seafood, Cocktail Bars

Uptown

DTB, which stands for Down the Bayou, is New Orleans’ hot new restaurant and bar focusing on reinterpreted coastal Cajun cuisine and a vibrant cocktail scene. The playful restaurant concept, which tips a hat to the Cajun roots of Co-Owners Jacob Naquin and Chef Carl Schaubhut – both proud Louisiana natives – features modern Louisiana cuisine rooted in inventiveness and approachability. Chef Schaubhut and Chef de Cuisine John Hill break down some of the region’s antiquated dishes and recreate them with refined technique and a lighter, more creative twist.

Eat New Orleans

Eat New Orleans

900 Dumaine Street

Brunch

Cajun/Creole

French Quarter

At Eat New Orleans, we make local dishes with farm-fresh ingredients, serving the best versions of the family favorites we grew up eating. We use local seafood and seasonal produce whenever possible to help support the fishing and farming ways of life that are integral to Louisiana culture. The work of local artists is featured on our walls. Every day, we strive to create a friendly and comfortable environment that welcomes visitors and appreciates locals. Please join us. In an effort to preserve and celebrate the unique traditions of South Louisiana we try to utilize local products as much as we can. Some of our menu items may change seasonally to showcase the best of what our region has to offer. Whenever possible we choose local, farm raised, handmade, or products made here in house for your enjoyment.

Emeril’s Restaurant

Emeril’s Restaurant

800 Tchoupitoulas Street

Lunch Dinner

Creole, Seafood, Creole / Cajun / Southern

Warehouse District

Emeril’s Restaurant is chef/restaurateur Emeril Lagasse’s famed flagship restaurant housed in a renovated pharmacy warehouse in New Orleans’ Warehouse District. Since opening in 1990, Emeril’s has been a definitive force in contemporary New Orleans cuisine and has earned rave reviews and accolades for nearly 25 years, including Esquire magazine’s “Restaurant of the Year” and Wine Spectator’s “Grand Award” every year since 2000. At the helm is chef de cuisine Douglas Braselman, who works closely with Chef Emeril to push culinary boundaries and deliver bold and diverse flavors for a one-of-a-kind dining experience with unparalleled service and a festive unpretentious setting.

Espíritu

Espíritu

520 Capdeville Street

Dinner

Mexican, Tapas / Small Plates, Contemporary Mexican

CBD/Downtown

Espíritu was created from a desire to share our passion for Mexican agave spirits and Mexican cuisine. We use the freshest local ingredients for our dishes, and focus on environmental sustainability when sourcing our mezcal and tequila.

Evangeline Restaurant

Evangeline Restaurant

329 Decatur Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Cocktail Bars, Venues & Event Spaces

French Quarter

Evangeline specializes in fresh, seasonal cuisine with ingredients purchased directly from local markets and fisherman. We also host a full menu of Louisiana microbrews available both on draught and in bottles.

Filmore in the Oaks

Filmore in the Oaks

1040 Filmore Avenue

Lunch

Breakfast & Brunch, Burgers, Sandwiches

Lakeview

Filmore in the Oaks is in the clubhouse of the Bayou Oaks Golf Course in City Park, and offers many dining options and fully catered affairs. We also offer private event space for socials, corporate events, weddings, and much more. Primly nestled in one of New Orleans’ most historic areas of City Park, Filmore in the Oaks Restaurant and Clubhouse is a full service bar and restaurant open 7 days a week. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all served daily in our spacious restaurant area.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

3064 North Causeway Boulevard

Lunch Dinner

Steakhouses, Wine Bars, Seafood

Jefferson Parish

Whether you’re celebrating, dining at lunch with business clients or want a night out with friends, we have created the perfect ambiance with a menu filled with your favorites and a local chef’s table that changes with the season, or whenever we feel inspired by our ingredients.

Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse

Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse

614 Canal Street

Dinner

Brazilian, Steakhouses

CBD/Downtown

A Brazilian style steakhouse located next to the french quarter filled with many creative dishes. The menu is rooted with Brazilian tradition and pushes forward the Brazilian churrasco experience.

Fountain Lounge

Fountain Lounge

130 Roosevelt Way

Dinner

Lounges, Seafood

CBD/Downtown

The Fountain Lounge at The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, the property’s signature in-house restaurant and bar, invites locals and visitors alike to enjoy their new lunch menu celebrating the property’s 125th anniversary. Guests are invited to select any three items on the menu for only $18.93, a nod to the year 1893, when the Grunewald Hotel was opened. The hotel was renamed The Roosevelt by the 1920s.

Frey Smoked Meat Co.

Frey Smoked Meat Co.

4141 Bienville Suite 110

Lunch Dinner

Barbeque, Burgers, American (Traditional)

Mid-City / City Park

Gabrielle Restaurant

Gabrielle Restaurant

2441 Orleans Avenue

Dinner

Creole / Cajun / Southern, Creole, Cajun

Mid-City / City Park

Chef Greg Sonnier, 2004 James Beard finalist, serves Louisiana Cajun and Creole inspired cuisine at this fine dining neighborhood restaurant. Family owned and operated since 1992.

Galatoire’s “33” Bar and Steak

Galatoire’s “33” Bar and Steak

215 Bourbon Street

Lunch Dinner

Bars, Steakhouses

French Quarter

Galatoire’s “33” Bar & Steak is the premier destination in the Vieux Carré for enjoying the finest cocktails and traditional steakhouse fare. Whether you are creating memorable celebrations or intimate gatherings, Galatoire’s 33 Bar & Steak brings to life New Orleans’ next great tradition in a restored historic building that begins a new chapter in Galatoire’s storied history.

Galatoire’s Restaurant

Galatoire’s Restaurant

209 Bourbon Street

Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole

French Quarter

The grand dame of New Orleans’ old-line restaurants, Galatoire’s has remained committed to culinary excellence for more than a century. Under the guidance of the forth generation of family ownership, it is her time honored customs that still bind this renowned restaurant. Above all others, her rich tradition of serving authentic French Creole cuisine at a level that raises consistency to an art form. Even after 100 years, ageless New Orleans favorites grace her menu just as they did in 1905.

Gautreau’s Restaurant

Gautreau’s Restaurant

1728 Soniat Street

Dinner

American (New)

Uptown

Nestled in a lush garden spot in an Uptown New Orleans neighborhood, Gautreau’s courts its guests with distinctively elegant, yet approachable surroundings and a menu that is both inventive and down to earth.

The Grill Room at Windsor Court

The Grill Room at Windsor Court

300 Gravier Street

Lunch Dinner

American (New)

CBD/Downtown

Gris-Gris

Gris-Gris

1800 Magazine Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole

Uptown

Newly opened on Magazine Street in the Lower Garden District. Chef Eric Cook’s Gris-Gris is an approachable and affordable neighborhood restaurant.

Haiku Sushi & Bar

Haiku Sushi & Bar

4430 Magazine Street

Dinner

Sushi Bars, Japanese

Uptown

Happy Italian Pizzeria

Happy Italian Pizzeria

7105 Jefferson Highway

Dinner

Italian, Pizza

Jefferson Parish

Happy Italian Pizzeria is a locally owned Italian restaurant with local ownership in Harahan, LA. Happy Italian Pizzeria is located across the street from St. Rita’s on Jefferson Hwy. Available for casual dining or large parties in a private dining area. We offer a wide variety of food including: appetizers, calzones, pasta, and pizza.

Johnny Sánchez

Johnny Sánchez

930 Poydras Street

Lunch Dinner

Mexican

CBD/Downtown

Johnny Sanchez is a smart, chic and authentic taqueria that embodies the warmth of traditional Mexican cooking, and the fun and genuine hospitality that defines New Orleans. It is a collaboration of two old friends who happen to be world class chefs. It bridges traditional Mexican food with a cutting-edge modern approach to food using the very best ingredients.

Josephine Estelle

Josephine Estelle

600 Carondelet Street

Dinner

Josephine Estelle

Warehouse District

Our doors are open seven days a week for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. We serve weekend Brunch Saturday & Sunday and Happy Hour Monday through Friday.

K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen

K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen

416 Chartres Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Southern

French Quarter

Based on the designs of the original 1834 structure, K-Paul’s was extensively refurbished and expanded in 1996 and now offers seating for more than 200 dining guests. Dining areas include seasonal balcony dining, spacious dining rooms on both the first and second floors and an intimate climate-controlled courtyard for dining al fresco. Both floors feature an open kitchen where diners can see exactly how each delectable dish is prepared.

Katie’s Restaurant & Bar

Katie’s Restaurant & Bar

3701 Iberville Street

Lunch Dinner

American (Traditional), Bars, Cajun/Creole

Mid-City

Katie’s opened as a corner lunch restaurant in October 1984, following the rich tradition of New Orleans neighborhoods. Like so many other renowned eateries, Katie’s is family owned and operated. Founded by Mr. Leo Leininger in the wake of the sagging oil industry, it was his fresh start in a new career. Katie’s was actually the idea of Mr. Leo’s daughter Cathy and they named the establishment after her grandmother.

Kingfish Kitchen and Cocktails

Kingfish Kitchen and Cocktails

337 Chartres Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Cocktail Bars

French Quarter

Kingfish is a popular casual restaurant and cocktail bar in New Orleans that salutes the Huey P. Long Era. The Kingfish menu embodies new Louisiana cuisine brought to fruition by renowned Chef Nathan Richard whose trademark style is evident in the multilayer of flavor he presents in every dish.

La Petite Grocery

La Petite Grocery

4238 Magazine Street

Lunch Dinner

French, Creole / Cajun / Southern

Uptown

Come dine in this beautifully restored Uptown restaurant on Magazine Street and enjoy James Beard Award Winning Chef Justin Devillier’s contemporary Louisiana Cuisine.

Landry’s Seafood House

Landry’s Seafood House

620 Decatur Street, Unit 1A

Dinner

Seafood, Fish

French Quarter

Landry’s Seafood House is back bigger and better in The Big Easy! Located in the historic JAX Brewery in the heart of the French Quarter, Landry’s returns to the vibrant neighborhood and has a history of over 20 years in the area. Enjoy beautifully renovated interiors, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of the Mississippi River and Jackson Square. Our creative menu, unique to this location, showcases a variety of local seafood, signature steaks, and Creole cuisine to please any palate. A delightful mix of contemporary and classic craft cocktails, an extensive wine list, and a variety of local beers will keep you coming back for Happy Hour. For the best seafood restaurant in the French Quarter, visit Landry’s Seafood House!

Longway Tavern

Longway Tavern

719 Toulouse Street

Lunch Dinner

Cocktail Bars, American (New)

French Quarter

Longway Tavern is a “third place” for everyone living, working, and playing in the French Quarter–a casual spot where you can grab a bite and a beer before heading off to other destinations, or a place to savor a nightcap when the party is winding down. The open-air courtyard is a serene oasis for gatherings of friends old and new. Chef John Sinclair offers creative twists on nostalgic tavern fare, while Liam Deegan’s cocktails give the same treatment to the French Quarter classics that we all grew up drinking. In classic neighborhood tavern fashion, the Longway embodies old-school hospitality.

Lüke

French, Creole / Cajun / Southern

CBD/Downtown

Luke is a Creole-inspired Brasserie located in the heart of New Orleans’ Central Business District on world-famous St. Charles Avenue, steps from the French Quarter neighborhood. A lively atmosphere surrounds the raw bar offering the freshest seafood and oysters procured daily from the Gulf of Mexico. Chef Erick Loos is at the helm of the kitchen featuring dishes that highlight local purveyors and farmers’ market ingredients. Behind the bar, a selection of bartender-created specialty cocktails are offered among a carefully-curated list of wines from throughout the world and locally crafted brews.

Ma Momma’s House of Cornbread, Chicken & Waffles

Ma Momma’s House of Cornbread, Chicken & Waffles

5741 Crowder Boulevard

Lunch

Southern, Chicken Wings, Soul Food

New Orleans East

The inspiration for Ma Momma’s House of Cornbread, Chicken and Waffles came from a combination of two mothers and a grandmother of the dynamic owners, Earl and Nicole Mackie. These three: Willie Mae Mackie, Debra Porche and Theresa Porche all loved to cook, and when Earl and Nicole first got married, Willie Mae Mackie literally fed the two everyday. “The food was simply amazing, so I feel like I didn’t miss anything going from my mother’s kitchen to my mother-in-law’s kitchen,” explains Nicole.

Manning’s Sports Bar and Grill

Manning’s Sports Bar and Grill

519 Fulton Street

Brunch Lunch

Burgers, Sports Bars

CBD/Downtown

Manning’s, located on Fulton Street across from Harrah’s Casino and Hotel, pays homage to the area’s unique architecture and reflects the city’s “Laissez les bons temps rouler” attitude. The casual yet refined eatery features more than 30 flat screen TVs and unique memorabilia from Louisiana’s first football family. Manning’s menu features comfort food from the Mississippi delta with unique Creole twists and creative interpretations of tailgating classics. No matter who your favorite team is, Manning’s is the place to Eat, Drink, & Cheer!

Marcello’s Restaurant & Wine Bar

Marcello’s Restaurant & Wine Bar

715 Street Charles Avenue

Dinner

Wine Bars, Italian

CBD/Downtown

Maypop

Maypop

611 O'Keefe Avenue

Dinner

Southeast Asian, Southern, Dim Sum

Warehouse District

Welcome to Maypop! – the sister establishment to the award winning Mid-City restaurant MOPHO. Located two blocks from the Superdome and only one block from Poydras street, it features Southeast Asian inspired southern cuisine and focuses on hand made pastas and house charcuterie paired with Gulf seafood, local produce and hand ground curries. Enjoy our refreshing cocktails that are as innovative and creative as our cuisine, and our well curated wine list paired to our eclectic dishes.

Meauxbar

Meauxbar

942 North Rampart Street

Dinner

Bars, French

French Quarter

Meauxbar is a French bistro located on a picturesque corner of North Rampart Street bordering the historic French Quarter and Treme neighborhoods. Our food reflects the global influence of French cuisine and is sourced from a wide array of local purveyors. Our cocktails reflect New Orleans’ influence on the classics cocktails and our own interpretations of 21st Century New Orleans. We proudly feature many small-production, yet accessible wines intended to be shared amongst family and friends. A typical evening finds an eclectic mix of French Quarter residents, locals from across the city, as well as out of town visitors dining, drinking and laughing together amidst the ambient glow of the streetlamps. We are most passionate about bringing people together and then creating memorable experiences through fun, warm and engaging hospitality.

Messina’s Runway Café

Messina’s Runway Café

6001 Stars and Stripes Boulevard

Lunch Dinner

American

New Orleans East

Messina’s Runway Cafe is located inside the Terminal building at the restored art-deco style New Orleans Lakefront Airport. The Runway Cafe offers traditional New Orleans cuisine created by Executive Chef Leon West and served is in an historical aviation setting.

MOPHO Restaurant

MOPHO Restaurant

514 City Park Avenue Suite F

Lunch Dinner

Southeast Asian, Vietnamese, Creole / Cajun / Southern

Mid-City

Mopho is authentically non-traditional. They are southwest Asia by way of New Orleans. Mopho is where service industry people go on their day off, but they love our neighborhood customers and welcome new faces.

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Morton’s The Steakhouse

365 Canal Street

Lunch Dinner

Steakhouses, American (Traditional), Bars

CBD/Downtown

Let the good times roll at Morton’s The Steakhouse in New Orleans. Located just steps from the beloved French Quarter and the city’s finest gaming and nightlife, the steakhouse holds as much character as the world-famous destination. With its USDA prime-aged beef, succulent seafood and infinite wine selection, Morton’s New Orleans is a favorite among locals, celebrities and professional athletes alike, and is the place to see and be seen.

Mr. B’s Bistro

Mr. B’s Bistro

201 Royal Street

Lunch Dinner

Creole

French Quarter

Mr. B’s Bistro, a New Orleans restaurant famous for its Creole cuisine with a focus on fresh regional products, is located in the heart of the French Quarter at the intersection of Royal Street and Iberville. Operated by Cindy Brennan, is the New Orleans’s Favorite French Quarter Restaurant. Known for signature dishes as Gumbo Ya Ya, Barbequed Shrimp, Bread Pudding with Irish Whiskey Sauce. $1.50 Bloody Marys and $1.50 Martinis offered each weekday during lunch.

Muriel’s Jackson Square

Muriel’s Jackson Square

801 Chartres Street

Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole

French Quarter

While dining at Muriel’s Jackson Square, you will uncover the rich history and the past while celebrating the life of today. Indulge in the spirits of the Courtyard Bar while Sir Antoine and the spirits of yesteryear dine alongside you. Embrace the historical ambiance, feel the energy, and taste the love in every bite as the flavors dance on your palate while you discover a local treasure.

NOLA

American (New), Cajun/Creole, Southern

French Quarter

NOLA is chef/restaurateur Emeril Lagasse’s casual and funky eatery in the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter. Open since 1992, the critically-acclaimed restaurant fuses traditional Creole, Acadian and Southern cuisine with global influences. Chef de cuisine Brian Mottola works closely with Chef Emeril to create an innovative menu showcasing rustic Louisiana cooking with local ingredients and some ethnic twists. The three-story restaurant features an open-action kitchen, chef’s food bar and a signature wood-fired brick oven.

Nolé

Latin American, Mexican, Cajun/Creole

Uptown

A new restaurant celebrating the natural but unrecognized combination of Latin American and New Orleans cultures and cuisine.

Palace Café

Palace Café

605 Canal Street

Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Seafood

CBD/Downtown

This classic New Orleans restaurant, located at the foot of the French Quarter, serves contemporary Creole food in an upbeat and lively grand cafe. As bearers of the torch keeping Creole cuisine alive and vital, Dickie and Palace Cafe’s culinary team are constantly evolving traditional Creole dishes and creating a few new favorites. The restaurant, housed in the historic Werlein’s music building, has won a number of local and national awards!

Paloma Cafe

Paloma Cafe

800 Louisa Street

Lunch

Cafes

Uptown

Pascal’s Manale

Pascal’s Manale

1838 Napoleon Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Italian

Uptown

Pascal’s Manale is in a class of restaurants that goes so deep in tradition, it sucks the flavor of old New Orleans neighborhoods and dishes it out daily in the uptown area. This restaurant invented one of the greatest dishes in the local cuisine, and if you visit Manale’s today you’ll experience something special that locals have enjoyed for decades.

Patois

French, Seafood

Uptown

Born in New Orleans, Executive Chef Aaron Burgau, began his culinary career working with some of the city’s most honored chefs, including James Beard Award-winning Susan Spicer (Bayona and Mondo), and local legend, Gerard Maras (Gerard’s Downtown). In 2006, he became the Executive Chef at Bank Cafe, and that same year was named one of the Top 5 “Chefs to Watch” by Louisiana Cookin’ Magazine. In 2007, he partnered with longtime friend and entrepreneur Leon Touzet, to open Patois. Patois’ menu reflects Chef Aaron’s commitment to fresh, locally sourced ingredients in classic French cuisine with a patois, or local accent.

The Pelican Club

The Pelican Club

312 Exchange Place

Dinner

Seafood, American (New)

French Quarter

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, Jeanne Stinnett-Hughes, transformed a neglected architectural gem into a welcoming restaurant decorated in a crisp blend of traditional and contemporary.

Picnic Provisions & Whiskey

Picnic Provisions & Whiskey

741 State Street

Lunch Dinner

American (Traditional), Cocktail Bars

Uptown

Welcome to our modern corner restaurant – an inviting place to picnic, share and laugh! When three friends – a pizzeria owner, a chef and a restaurateur – thought, “let’s do a place together,” we kept remembering picnics. Tory McPhail thinks of clams and mussels over open flames in the Northwest; Darryl Reginelli remembers an impromptu picnic with cheese and salami in a wildflower field in the Rhone with wife Angela; and Ti Martin conjures up many elaborate beach picnics with candles, pimento cheese and crab salad.

Poydras & Peters

Poydras & Peters

300 Poydras Street

Lunch Dinner

Cocktail Bars, American (New), Italian

CBD/Downtown

NOW OPEN in the Loews Hotel New Orleans – Our new three meal, full-service restaurant, Poydras & Peters. Enjoy approachable, affordable fare that invokes curiosity and fun. Explore an eclectic menu featuring dishes that span the globe including American, Italian and Vietnamese.

Public Service

Public Service

311 Baronne Street

Lunch Dinner

American, Farm-to-table, Seafood

CBD/Downtown

A dynamic community gathering place, Public Service is a casual-yet-sophisticated restaurant which respects the civic spirit of New Orleans Public Service Inc. (NOPSI), the city’s former utility and transportation provider. With a menu honoring the Gulf Coast’s hard-working fishermen and farmers, you’ll find contemporary cuisine in an open-display kitchen highlighted by a modern raw bar and open-flame rotisserie.

Ralph’s on the Park

Ralph’s on the Park

900 City Park Avenue

Brunch Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole, American (New)

Mid-City

Overlooking the lush greens and towering oaks of City Park, this elegant farm-to-table destination offers global spins on locally-sourced seafood, meats and vegetables. Downstairs pairs the passion of a neighborhood eatery with the precision of fine dining. Upstairs caters exclusively to celebrations.

Red Dog Diner

Red Dog Diner

3122 Magazine Street

Lunch Dinner

Cocktail Bars, American (New)

Uptown

Fine comfort food, made from scratch. From our kitchen’s scratch cooking to the rustic farmhouse feel of the space, the beauty is in the details at Red Dog Diner. The deeply grained wood, the exposed brick walls, the handcrafted communal tables and benches – we considered every element to create an atmosphere that feels familiar (maybe even a little broken in) from the beginning. You hear a lot about “reclaimed wood” these days, and you’ll see it throughout the restaurant. It’s not an affectation. A member of our team has a thing for “collecting” (some might call it “hoarding”) truckloads of beautiful wooden beams, planks, and bead board, and we’ve put it to good use. Our cozy indoor/outdoor bar is tucked away in back, a haven built for what we do best in New Orleans: recreational lingering and liquid refreshments.

Red Fish Grill

Red Fish Grill

115 Bourbon Street

Lunch Dinner

Seafood, Cajun/Creole

French Quarter

Ralph Brennan’s Red Fish Grill is 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 and Seafood Gumbo, Double Chocolate Bread Pudding. Festive, hip decor offering an oasis from the bawdy bright lights of Bourbon Street. Professional yet friendly service spiced with New Orleans joie de vie ensures easy comfort and set a tone for the ultimate laissez les bon temps rouler!

Restaurant August

Restaurant August

301 Tchoupitoulas Street

Lunch Dinner

Contemporary French / American, Creole

CBD/Downtown

August is located in a chandelier-studded, historic 19th century French-Creole building in New Orleans’ Central Business District. The cuisine at August is contemporary French with a focus on local ingredients.

Restaurant R’evolution

Restaurant R’evolution

777 Bienville Street

Brunch Lunch Dinner

Creole / Cajun / Southern, Creole, Cajun

French Quarter

Take one city steeped in tradition and fortified with a tenacious spirit. Combine it with a cross-cultural fusion of food and flavors built on the culinary history of seven nations that contributed to its unique flavor. Toss in two world-famous chefs with very different backgrounds, and what do you get? Restaurant R’evolution, the first joint venture of award-winning chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto. Offering modern, imaginative reinterpretations of classic Cajun and Creole cuisine, Restaurant R’evolution opened in June 2012 at The Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans, in the heart of the city’s legendary French Quarter.

Revel Cafe and Bar

Revel Cafe and Bar

133 North Carrollton Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Cocktail Bars, American (Traditional)

Mid-City

Our COOLinary options feature exciting new dishes from our brand new summertime menu, with 4 plates for $33 from our long list of Bar Snacks, Meats & Cheese Selections, our Summertime Salads, and our roster of Small Plates. While we’re always having fun at Revel Cafe and Bar, it isn’t a party until you show up!

The Rib Room

The Rib Room

621 Street Louis Street

Lunch Dinner

American (New), Steakhouses, Cajun/Creole

French Quarter

For 50 years The Rib Room has enjoyed its reputation for outstanding food and service. Patrons have found the massive windows facing Royal Street the perfect backdrop for Crescent City dining. The woody, Old English atmosphere and high ceiling invite guests to sit back and stay awhile. The softly lit and equally comfortable Rib Room bar offers the ideal setting for sophisticated beverages and extensive wine cellar selections.

Riccobono’s Peppermill

Riccobono’s Peppermill

3524 Severn Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Italian, Seafood, American

Jefferson Parish

Experience our fresh caught Gulf seafood, hand cut beef filets, and superbly prepared Italian fare passed down through three generations of Riccobonos. Our goal has always been to prepare classic New Orleans fare as well as Riccobono family recipes to our patrons in a casual, relaxed atmosphere with special attention to service. We look forward to serving you.

The Rum House

The Rum House

3128 Magazine Street

Lunch Dinner

Bars, Caribbean

Uptown

Take a Little Break from Reality – You’d spend all of your time in the islands if you could. Of course, we know you can’t spend all of your time in the islands, but you can take a break from reality every now and again. Stroll up to the bar, have a seat, and let us take care of the rest. We’ve been waiting for you.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Metairie

Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Metairie

3633 Veterans Boulevard

Lunch Dinner

Steakhouses, American (Traditional)

Jefferson Parish

A tradition for steak lovers in the New Orleans area since 1972, Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Metairie is just 15 minutes from almost anywhere in the city. You’ll love the gracious atmosphere of our steakhouse, with its cool green tones, burnished gold accents and rich wood detailing. Our Metairie steakhouse provides guests with a warm, comfortable atmosphere to enjoy an evening with family, friends or associates. Whether it’s a romantic steak dinner for two, an important business meeting or a private party, Ruth’s Chris Steak House can accommodate your needs.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House – New Orleans

Ruth’s Chris Steak House – New Orleans

525 Fulton Street

Lunch Dinner

Steakhouses, American (Traditional)

CBD/Downtown

The best USDA Prime steak is at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in New Orleans, Louisiana. With our special 500° sizzle and award-winning wine list, we make any occasion an extra-special one. Whether you’re joining us for a business dinner, a private party or just a drink at the bar, our New Orleans steakhouse looks forward to delivering superior service and a dining experience to remember.

Sala

Bars, American (Traditional)

New Orleans

Sala is a new lounge and restaurant located in West End. Our focus is on great cocktails and wine paired with delicious shareable small plates. Make yourself at home in a stylish comfortable atmosphere and enjoy the moment with friends and family.

Seaworthy

Seaworthy

630 Carondelet Street

Dinner

Cocktail Bars, Seafood

New Orleans

Seaworthy showcases wild-caught and sustainably harvested oysters from American waters — Gulf Coast, East Coast and West Coast alike — as well as locally sourced fish and game. The celebrated beverage program offers both classic and proprietary cocktails, with a smart selection of beer and wine.

Semolina

Semolina

4436 Veterans Boulevard

Dinner

Italian

Metairie

While thoughts of pasta may transport your mind straight to Italy, we’ve committed ourselves to take pasta dishes from all over the world and bringing them right to your dining room seat. When you walk into our doors you can expect a family-friendly haven for pastatarians that prides itself on sourcing local ingredients, when possible and providing high-quality service.

Shaya

Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Desserts

New Orleans

Shaya restaurant marries Israeli staples with Southern flavors and modern techniques, striking a balance between innovation and tradition. Shaya approaches Israeli cuisine as a grand mosaic, drawing influence and inspiration from North Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Turkey and Greece. The contemporary menu reflects the ongoing evolution of Israeli food and celebrates the abundance of Louisiana. Shaya highlights seasonal, responsibly- and locally-sourced ingredients.

Silk Road

Silk Road

2483 Royal Street

Dinner

Indian, Asian Fusion, Cajun/Creole

New Orleans

Silk Road, a New Orleans restaurant, features the modern cuisine of India and Asia and incorporates those flavors with contemporary American cuisine. We only use fresh local ingredients and fresh seafood that is a signature of New Orleans. Come visit us in the beautiful Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans for an evening full of delightful wine, amazing cuisine, and good company.

SoBou

Cajun/Creole, American (New), Cocktail Bars

New Orleans

The Commander’s Family of Restaurants returns to the French Quarter, where the family business began in the 1950’s, with the Spirited Restaurant – SoBou. They’re South of Bourbon (ok – it’s really southeast), in the land of civilized drinking. Their modern Creole saloon is a Louisiana-centric and street food inspired restaurant with a beverage focus.

The Steakhouse

The Steakhouse

8 Canal Street

Dinner

Steakhouses

New Orleans

Under the direction of the talented culinary team led by Executive Chef Chris Lusk and General Manager Robert Wailes, The Steakhouse pays homage to the legendary flavors and spirit of New Orleans.

Sylvain

Sylvain

625 Chartres Street

Dinner

Contemporary American, Comfort Food, Southern

New Orleans

A celebration of both new and old in its design aesthetic as well as menu offerings, Sylvain is an oasis of style and unmatched quality in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

Tableau

Tableau

616 Saint Peter Street

Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Seafood, Cocktail Bars

New Orleans

Located on picturesque Jackson Square at Le Petit Theatre, Tableau is Dickie Brennan’s newest restaurant.

Tommy’s Cuisine

Tommy’s Cuisine

746 Tchoupitoulas Street

Dinner

Italian, Creole, Seafood

New Orleans

Tommy’s Cuisine combines a quintessential New Orleans reverence for fine ingredients with artfully concocted combinations to create a world-class dining experience. At Tommy’s Cuisine, Creole Italian comes to life with entrees like roasted Duck Tchoupitoulas and Crabmeat Sardou and appetizers ranging from baked oysters to escargots simmered in vermouth.

Tony Mandina’s

Tony Mandina’s

1915 Pratt Street

Lunch Dinner

Italian, Seafood, Wine Bar

New Orleans

The Mandina family traces their roots back to the early 1700’s. Their ancestors were from Salaparuta, Sicily. Salaparuta, which is one hour southwest of Palermo looks different from when Tony’s father left in 1924. Today, the buildings in Salaparuta are very contemporary compared to other towns. The reason for the difference is due to an earthquake that decimated the town in 1968, after which the residents decided to rebuild about a mile away instead of on the town’s original site. The destructed town is referred to as “Old Salaparuta” (before the earthquake) and Salaparuta is referred to as “New Salaparuta” (after the earthquake). The Mandina Family still has relatives that live in “New Salaparuta”. They are proud to offer their customers a taste of that region with their regular menu items and a few specialty items that they import from Salaparuta including Villa Mandina Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Villa Scaminaci Wines made with the olives and grapes from the Mandina olives groves and vineyards.

Toups’ Meatery

Toups’ Meatery

845 North Carrollton Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole, American (New)

New Orleans

When you eat with the Toups family, it’s an experience. They’ve been in Louisiana for over 300 years, so they’ve developed an incredible relationship with the food and the land. Inspired by these deep-rooted Louisiana family traditions, Isaac and Amanda opened Toups’ Meatery restaurant in the Spring of 2012 to share that unique eating experience with the food-loving people of New Orleans.

Trenasse

Trenasse

444 Saint Charles Avenue

Brunch Lunch Dinner

Seafood, Southern

New Orleans

Fresh seafood, prime cut steaks, regionally farmed fresh ingredients… we serve our dishes classically & creatively. We are a store front restaurant offering valet parking, comfortable indoor & outdoor seating, & design nod to traditional “Nola.” Our knowledgeable & friendly staff takes pride in paying attention to the finest of details & exceeding expectations.

Tsunami Sushi

Tsunami Sushi

601 Poydras Street

Dinner

Sushi Bars, Asian Fusion, Cocktail Bars

New Orleans

Our uber cool sushi bar and grill concept began 17 yrs ago in Lafayette and is now a New Orleans destination. Our menu ranges from traditional sushi to westernized hybrid sushi to grill dishes of edible art. We are on the bottom floor of the historic Pan Am building on St Charles & Poydras. Walking distance from your office, hotel, apt or sporting event. Let our culinary team wow you.

Tujague’s Restaurant

Tujague’s Restaurant

823 Decatur Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole

New Orleans

Tujague’s Restaurant is the second oldest, continually running restaurant in New Orleans. Established in 1856, this French Quarter institution has been serving traditional New Orleans cuisine to locals and visitors alike for more than 160 years. The menu features locally sourced ingredients in traditional preparations, melding French tradition with New Orleans fare and flare. If you want a quintessential New Orleans experience filled with history and French Quarter charm, Tujague’s is your place.

Upperline

Upperline

1413 Upperline Street

Dinner

Cajun/Creole, Southern, Seafood

New Orleans

This classic Creole bistro, a 2016 and 2017 James Beard finalist, is located one block from beautiful, historic St. Charles Ave. The bright yellow exterior melds together an 1877 townhouse with a 1926 speakeasy. Inside, four dining rooms open one after the other; their walls drenched with local and regional art acquired over the years by proprietress JoAnn Clevenger. Famous home of the “Original Fried Green Tomato with Shrimp Remoulade”, the sublime Oysters St. Claude and Hot and Hot Shrimp, the menu is inspired by classic Creole and Cajun traditions and revels in innovation. An informed, progressive wine list and craft cocktail program reflect the knowledge and aspirations of a dedicated and friendly staff. An apt motto could be “Classic New Orleans with Adventure.”

Vacherie Restaurant & Bar

Vacherie Restaurant & Bar

827 Toulouse Street

Brunch Dinner

Cajun/Creole

New Orleans

Vacherie restaurant is named for the town of Vacherie, Louisiana — a small community situated on the banks of the Mississippi River, not too far west of New Orleans. Chef Jarred Zeringue grew up there, amid the sprawling farms, grand live oaks, and antebellum plantations that characterize this quiet corner of Louisiana. Vacherie’s landscape and lifestyle are the direct inspirations for the Vacherie restaurant menus.

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – Covington

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – Covington

110 Lake Drive

Dinner

American (New), Southern, Seafood

Covington

In 1997, with one successful restaurant concept under their belts, The Taste Buds launched Zea Rotisserie & Grill. Inspired by the rotisserie cooking found at European food markets, Zea became a polished casual restaurant serving classic American fare infused with mouth-watering international flavors.

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – Harvey

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – Harvey

1121 Manhattan Boulevard

Dinner

Eclectic

Harvey

In 1997, with one successful restaurant concept under their belts, The Taste Buds launched Zea Rotisserie & Grill. Inspired by the rotisserie cooking found at European food markets, Zea became a polished casual restaurant serving classic American fare infused with mouth-watering international flavors.

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – Kenner

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – Kenner

1325 West Esplanade Avenue

Dinner

American

Kenner

In 1997, with one successful restaurant concept under their belts, The Taste Buds launched Zea Rotisserie & Grill. Inspired by the rotisserie cooking found at European food markets, Zea became a polished casual restaurant serving classic American fare infused with mouth-watering international flavors.

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – Metairie

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – Metairie

4450 Veterans Memorial Boulevard

Dinner

American (New), Southern, Seafood

Metairie

In 1997, with one successful restaurant concept under their belts, The Taste Buds launched Zea Rotisserie & Grill. Inspired by the rotisserie cooking found at European food markets, Zea became a polished casual restaurant serving classic American fare infused with mouth-watering international flavors.

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – New Orleans

Zea Rotisserie & Bar – New Orleans

5080 Pontchartrain Boulevard

Dinner

American (New), Southern, Seafood

New Orleans

In 1997, with one successful restaurant concept under their belts, The Taste Buds launched Zea Rotisserie & Grill. Inspired by the rotisserie cooking found at European food markets, Zea became a polished casual restaurant serving classic American fare infused with mouth-watering international flavors.

Zea Rotisserie Café – Harahan

Zea Rotisserie Café – Harahan

1655 Hickory Avenue

Dinner

American (New), Southern, Seafood

Harahan

The Taste Buds created Zea in 1997 with their first location in Harahan, Louisiana. It immediately gained popularity within the community and acclaim from restaurant associations. From their award winning recipes and “Best New Restaurant” awards from Gambit Magazine Readers Poll and New Orleans Magazine, the Taste Buds had another hit on their hands.