New Orleans Restaurant Guide
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Uptown/ Garden District
Restaurants along streetcar line or steps away
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Restaurants near conventions within Arts District
Cafes on outskirts of French Quarter
Restaurants between Airport & French Quarter
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The area including the New Orleans Ernest Morial Convention Center is adjacent to the Mississippi River and also encompasses our Arts & Warehouse District and nearby Central Business District (CBD).
Restaurants located in this area are also closest to the cruise ship terminal and include many local favorites. Stroll through the arts district and enjoy many of the local galleries before you head out to dinner or lunch at any of the below restaurants!
Indulge in our beautifully renovated Streetcar Restaurant featuring new menus; allow us to tantalize your taste buds with an innovative fusion of traditional New Orleans cuisine and American comforts! Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are served in true Big Easy fashion- with a side of Southern hospitality!
Located on the Fulton Street mall in the Warehouse District, Grand Isle serves seafood straight from local Gulf fisheries. With a wide range of freshly caught specialties, including an award-winning Shrimp Caminada po-boy, Grand Isle is a great spot to kick back and enjoy authentic New Orleans seafood dishes.
Locals and visitors alike will be in foodie heaven with succulent French creole flavored dishes prepared perfectly. Diners will love the upscale atmosphere of this Warehouse District gem featuring elegant Mahogany wood and cozy lighting.
At Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar, they believe “Everyone needs a little playing time.” There’s no better place to get the party started than ESPN’s #1 Sports Bar in America, just two blocks from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in the Central Business District. The menu promises “A taste of Louisiana, handcrafted from scratch,” and it doesn’t disappoint.