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Commander's Palace
9
$$$
American
Garden District
16 reviews
Commander’s Palace opened in the 1890s and is the quintessential New Orleans restaurant — The Infatuation
Cochon
9
$$
American
Central Business District
14 reviews
Upscale but unintimidating CBD place, full of blissed-out diners – from businessmen to bearded hipsters – feasting on fine, authentic Cajun food. — Rough Guide
Bayona
8
$$$
American
French Quarter
12 reviews
Hailed by Food and Wine as among the "best of the best," Executive Chef Susan Spicer has done wonders at Bayona — Travel + Leisure
Gautreau's Restaurant
8
$$$
American
Uptown / Carrollton
11 reviews
The jewel of Uptown restaurants, Gautreau's serves subtly intoxicating French cuisine in an intimate, gilded setting. — BlackBook
Pêche Seafood Grill
8
$$
American
Central Business District
12 reviews
Cochon star Donald Link has a way with seafood, too. — Bon Appétit
Domenica
8
$$
Italian
Central Business District
12 reviews
At Domenica, dinner often begins with a taste of something that has been in the works since before the restaurant existed. - Times—Picayune
Upperline Restaurant
8
$$$
American
Uptown / Carrollton
13 reviews
Upperline'€™s seven-course Taste of New Orleans menu offers such traditional dishes as shrimp remoulade on a thick slice of fried green tomato. — Gayot
Restaurant August
8
$$$
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
Jacques-Imo's Cafe
8
$$
Cafe
Uptown / Carrollton
14 reviews
The menu features a heart-stopping alligator sausage cheesecake, as well as a dish called "Godzilla meets fried green tomatoes," a tower of fried soft shell crab on top of the Southern favorite. — Tasting Table
Clancy's Restaurant
8
$$$
American
Uptown / Carrollton
12 reviews
Savoring the classic luxury of fried, golden brown oysters bathed in melted Brie seems fitting in Clancy's somewhat austere atmosphere. — Gayot
Arnaud's Restaurant / French 75 Bar
8
$$$
American
French Quarter
12 reviews
The best drinks in New Orleans (it’s a fact). — Bon Appétit
Elizabeth's
8
$$
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
La Petite Grocery
8
$$$
American
Garden District
12 reviews
A corner grocery has been exquisitely transformed into an intimate French bistro with gas lighting and pressed-tin ceilings, where local specialties share menu space with French favorites. — Where
Cafe Du Monde
8
$
Bakeries
French Quarter
13 reviews
This outdoor café--a stone's throw from the mighty Mississippi--is the destination for Nola's signature breakfast food, the beignet. — BlackBook
The Joint
8
$$
American
Faubourg Marigny & Bywater
13 reviews
Devour some ribs or pulled pork or brisket, knock it back with sweet tea in the backyard garden and learn to love life (speaking of which, the Joint does a mean peanut butter pie for dessert). — Lonely Planet
The Grill Room
8
$$$
American
Central Business District
9 reviews
The flagship restaurant of the elegant Windsor Court Hotel... maintains a high standard of opulence in its formal dining rooms, with elaborate floral arrangements and white-glove service. — DK Eyewitness
Cochon Butcher
8
$$
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
Coquette
8
$$$
American
Garden District
9 reviews
Every neighborhood needs a hangout, and the dwellers of the Garden District's elegant mansions tend to spend their time at this fabulous corner bistro. — Fodor's
Boucherie
8
$$
American
Uptown / Carrollton
9 reviews
Contemporary Southern classics — Zagat
Sylvain
8
$$
American
French Quarter
11 reviews
"Hold on for a delightful culinary ride" at this "warm, wood-paneled" French Quarter gastropub delivering "inventive" American eats backed by a "strong bar" pouring "brilliant" cocktails. — Zagat
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