New Orleans Restaurant Guide
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Browsing: Casual Fine Restaurants
A dash of casual and a splash of fine dining, casual fine restaurants are some of New Orleans most traditional-styled eateries for the casual tourist. Offering high-quality foods and services within a more casual atmosphere, the restaurants below are a great selection for all occasions.
The “the holy trinity” of Cajun cooking is onions, celery and bell peppers–the trio of ingredients that is the basis for most of our traditional dishes. Since 2016, Trinity Restaurant in the lower French Quarter has been delighting visitors and locals alike with fantastic creations, both “traditional” and “un.”
Ralph Brennan's Red Fish Grill boasts a variety of fresh seafood selections, including an abundant supply of fresh Gulf shell fish, fin fish, a raw oyster bar, and many other New Orleans classic seafood dishes. Located right on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter.
Carrying on the tradition of fine food, fun and revelry, Ralph's on the Park offers some of the city's best New Orleans cuisine. Awarded 4 out of 5 beans by the Times-Picayune, Ralph's is sure to satisfy your craving for genuine local flavors.
Unlike many plantations, Houmas House doesn’t feel like a museum but rather a grand old home – and that hospitality extends to meal time. You can dine like a sugar baron at your choice of Café Burnside, The Carriage House and Latil's Landing, and enjoy a cool libation or a glass of wine at the Turtle Bar and the Wine Cellars. There’s nothing like it on the Great River Road. And it’s all just an hour from New Orleans!
The Pelican Club is a “new classic” New Orleans restaurant offering a rich variety of fresh fish and seafood and prime beef, inspired by southern tradition and reimagined by chef/owner, Richard Hughes. Diners are welcomed in everything from blue jeans to ball gowns in this 19th-century French Quarter townhouse.