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American
Uptown / Carrollton
11 reviews
At Gautreau's, even the simple roasted chicken satisfies, and everyone should indulge in the caramelized banana split at least once. — Fodor's
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American
Central Business District
13 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
15 reviews
A local institution for more than a century, Commander’s Palace was first established in the Garden District in 1880. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Uptown / Carrollton
13 reviews
The bistro-style menu is long on earthy, comforting flavors: duck with ginger-peach sauce, veal grillades over rich cheese grits, an outstanding duck and andouille étouffée. — Concierge
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Italian
Central Business District
11 reviews
Although The Roosevelt New Orleans is all old-world glamour, its signature restaurant, Domenica, is contemporary, sleek and minimalist. — Gayot
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Cafe
Uptown / Carrollton
14 reviews
This cheery, noisy uptown restaurant is the perfect place to fill up before a gig at the Maple Leaf, and well worth a trip any time. — Rough Guide
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American
Uptown / Carrollton
12 reviews
This neighborhood fine-dining restaurant is a favorite among blue blood New Orleanians who love the dependable food and service. — DK Eyewitness
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American
French Quarter
11 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
French Quarter
11 reviews
Guests routinely spend three hours at the table as if nothing else mattered. — Gayot
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American
Uptown / Carrollton
9 reviews
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Diners
Faubourg Marigny & Bywater
12 reviews
This place is famous for its huge breakfast and brunch dishes, like eggs Florentine topped with fried oysters and sweet potato duck hash over a cornbread waffle, along with their praline bacon. — The Infatuation
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American
Central Business District
9 reviews
Surrounded by huge flower arrangements and unusual crystal chandeliers, patrons savor contemporary French cuisine white seated beside a row of large windows. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Garden District
11 reviews
Local shrimp and grits with shiitake mushrooms and smoked bacon, blue crab beignets, and root beer-braised short ribs with house-made pickles. — Travel + Leisure
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Bakeries
French Quarter
11 reviews
When tourist traps are worth it. — Bon Appétit
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American
Garden District
9 reviews
Emeril Lagasse "hits it out of the park" at this "elegant" "restoration" of a Lower Garden District landmark (est. 1895) where "skilled hands in the kitchen" craft "luscious" Creole "art". — Zagat
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American
Central Business District
11 reviews
Chef Donald Link (also of Cochon and Cochon Butcher) turns out food that sparkles with robust flavors and top-grade ingredients at this casually upscale restaurant. — Fodor's
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American
Central Business District
9 reviews
In the kitchen, chef Drew Dzejak incorporates seasonal ingredients and distinctive New Orleans flavors into his modern American menu. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Faubourg Marigny & Bywater
13 reviews
This barbecue spot just a few blocks from Bacchanal serves all of the classics, but ribs and sausage are what they do best, and make sure to grab a slice of peanut butter pie, too. — The Infatuation
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American
French Quarter
10 reviews
An old, historic Vieux Carre location houses a distinctively modern restaurant that made waves on the local dining scene with its inventive menu and wallet-friendly prices — Tasting Table
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American
Central Business District
10 reviews
Serving up Cajun and Southern cuisine, Cochon on Tchoupitoulas Street is owned by James Beard award-winning chefs Donald Link and Stephen Strykewski. — Travel + Leisure
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