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American
Central Business District
15 reviews
Upscale but unintimidating CBD place, full of blissed-out diners – from businessmen to bearded hipsters – feasting on fine, authentic Cajun food. — Rough Guide
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American
Garden District
16 reviews
Commander’s Palace opened in the 1890s and is the quintessential New Orleans restaurant. — The Infatuation
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American
French Quarter
12 reviews
Hailed by Food and Wine as among the "best of the best," Executive Chef Susan Spicer has done wonders at Bayona. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Uptown / Carrollton
10 reviews
The jewel of Uptown restaurants, Gautreau's serves subtly intoxicating French cuisine in an intimate, gilded setting. — BlackBook
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American
Central Business District
12 reviews
Cochon star Donald Link has a way with seafood, too. — Bon Appétit
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American
Uptown / Carrollton
13 reviews
Upperline'€™s seven-course Taste of New Orleans menu offers such traditional dishes as shrimp remoulade on a thick slice of fried green tomato. — Gayot
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American
Central Business District
10 reviews
John Besh's Louisiana upbringing and knowledge of cutting-edge culinary trends enable him to compose menus that hold their own among the most stringent standards of fine dining. — Gayot
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Italian
Central Business District
13 reviews
At Domenica, dinner often begins with a taste of something that has been in the works since before the restaurant existed. - Times—Picayune
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Cafe
Uptown / Carrollton
13 reviews
The menu features a heart-stopping alligator sausage cheesecake, as well as a dish called "Godzilla meets fried green tomatoes," a tower of fried soft shell crab on top of the Southern favorite. — Tasting Table
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American
Uptown / Carrollton
11 reviews
Savoring the classic luxury of fried, golden brown oysters bathed in melted Brie seems fitting in Clancy's somewhat austere atmosphere. — Gayot
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American
French Quarter
12 reviews
The best drinks in New Orleans (it’s a fact). — Bon Appétit
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Diners
Faubourg Marigny & Bywater
13 reviews
"Real food, done real good" is the motto at Elizabeth's, where the vinyl-print tablecloths look just like grandma's and breakfast is the most important meal of the day. — Fodor's
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American
Garden District
12 reviews
A corner grocery has been exquisitely transformed into an intimate French bistro with gas lighting and pressed-tin ceilings, where local specialties share menu space with French favorites. — Where
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Bakeries
French Quarter
14 reviews
This outdoor café--a stone's throw from the mighty Mississippi--is the destination for Nola's signature breakfast food, the beignet. — BlackBook
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American
Central Business District
9 reviews
The flagship restaurant of the elegant Windsor Court Hotel... maintains a high standard of opulence in its formal dining rooms, with elaborate floral arrangements and white-glove service. — DK Eyewitness
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American
Garden District
9 reviews
Creole classics are the theme at Delmonico, but don'€™t be surprised by a good bit of the modern-day snap for which proprietor Emeril Lagasse is known. — Gayot
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American
Central Business District
12 reviews
Chef Donald Link is a true culinarian who has never lost his intense focus on authentic Cajun cuisine. — Gayot
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American
Central Business District
8 reviews
Around the corner from its big brother Cochon, Butcher packs its own Cajun punch with an upscale sandwich menu that dials up the flavor on local classics. — Fodor's
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American
Faubourg Marigny & Bywater
12 reviews
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American
Garden District
9 reviews
Every neighborhood needs a hangout, and the dwellers of the Garden District's elegant mansions tend to spend their time at this fabulous corner bistro. — Fodor's
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