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Browsing: French Quarter Restaurants
The French Quarter is the oldest and most famous neighborhood in New Orleans frequented by both visitors & locals alike. It's world renowned for its architecture, nightlife, entertainment & restaurants … some of which have been around since the 19th century and are still going strong!
Restaurants range from formal to casual and offer truly unique flavors and famous New Orleans cocktails at every meal. You cannot walk too far in the French Quarter without running into another restaurant … be sure to check out our favorites below.
Some of the finest seafood and Cajun cuisine in New Orleans, prepared from treasured family recipes along with locally influenced versions of some old favorites. Don't miss this fabulous dining experience! Located right on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter.
Twelve years before Andrew Jackson won the Battle of New Orleans, The French Market Restaurant & Bar began serving outstanding seafood and ice-cold drinks to visitors and natives alike. Today the ambiance remains the same.
Since 1840, Antoine's has been noted for its excellent French-Creole cuisine and numerous historical dining rooms. Antoine's has long been a tradition for both locals and visitors to New Orleans. An unmatched dining experience in the heart of the French Quarter.
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.
The Maison is a bar/restaurant/music venue/event space on world-famous Frenchmen Street in New Orleans. It features live music every day from 5 p.m. till close, and a contemporary Creole-inspired menu consisting of delicious, authentic New Orleans cuisine made from fresh local ingredients.
The pearl of New Orleans' restaurants, Acme Oyster House invites area residents and visitors to enjoy its marvelous ambiance, fresh seafood from Louisiana waters, and local charm. Five locations, including the French Quarter, Metairie and the Northshore.
This New Orleans favorite has taken the Best Gumbo title in the Best of New Orleans poll every year since 1999. Order their award-winning seafood, okra and chicken-andouille gumbo, or other Creole dishes, like po-boys and bread pudding. Customers can sit inside in the large dining area with high ceilings and beautifully painted walls, or outdoors in the courtyard surrounded by greenery. No matter where you sit or what you order, be prepared for a truly New Orleans dining experience.
The Crescent City Brewhouse serves amazing beer and great food. It is the only microbrewery in the French Quarter, and you'll enjoy sampling their portfolio in the warm, relaxed atmosphere. Immerse yourself in live, local culture with jazz performed nightly by New Orleans musicians.
Think of Remoulade as a casual spinoff of Arnuad's Restaurant. Located right on Bourbon Street, Remoulade serves signature dishes, like shrimp remoulade, alongside New Orleans favorites, like po-boys. The fresh oyster bar is one of the best in the French Quarter.
K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen is nestled in the heart of the French Quarter on Chartres St., between St. Louis and Rue Conti. Famous for its founder, world-renowned chef Paul Prudhomme and his signature blackened redfish, K-Paul's introduced the world to the unique Cajun cooking of Louisiana's bayou country.
Court Tavern PoBoys, a casual, convenient fast service sister restaurant of the historic Court of Two Sisters, is located at 614 Bourbon Street in the French Quarter. A variety of poboys are available including hot roast beef, meatball and hot sauage. New Orleans traditional dishes like red beans and rice, gumbo, jambalaya, muffulettas and boudin are also on the menu.