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Fun by the Forkful: Restaurant Week New Orleans

September 1 2018 | News

Mark Twain once said, “New Orleans food is as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin.” We think he’d approve of Restaurant Week New Orleans from September 10-16.

Some of New Orleans' most popular restaurants are offering special prix-fixe (fixed-price) menus during this celebration sponsored by the Louisiana Restaurant Association Greater New Orleans Chapter. This is your chance to find out what everyone is raving about at about 25% off regular prices. Check out some of our favorite participating restaurants:

Antoine’s

A visit to New Orleans' oldest restaurant during the city’s tricentennial year just seems fitting. During Restaurant Week, it’s not only fitting, it’s smart. View menu.

Bistreaux

Award-winning Executive Chef Matt Regan has created a truly memorable menu for Restaurant Week. Come enjoy. View menu.

Brennan’s Restaurant

Brennan’s is another one of those iconic New Orleans restaurants you have to experience. Why not do it during Restaurant Week? View menu.

Café B

This Ralph Brennan restaurant will close at the end of the year to the dismay of everyone who has ever eaten here. We know we’ll be among those enjoying the food and friendly neighborhood restaurant atmosphere during  Restaurant Week. View menu.

Coterie Restaurant and Oyster Bar

This Decatur Street eatery serves dishes that have been passed down for generations. Their bread pudding is baked to order. Amazing! View menu.

Commander’s Palace

Commander's Palace in the Garden District is at the top of everyone’s list of favorite restaurants in the South. Every year, they outdo themselves during Restaurant Week. View menu.

Court of Two Sisters

The food is so good at Court of Two Sisters, it'll make your taste buds second line. View menu.

Crescent City Brewhouse

This Decatur Street favorite is a great place to enjoy a handcrafted brew or two and Instagram-worthy food. View menu.

Fogo de Chão

If you love meat, you’ll love Fogo's during Restaurant Week. We get happy just thinking about it. View menu.

K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen

Paul Prudhomme made Cajun cool. Come experience his legendary restaurant in September for some spicy savings! View menu.

Morton’s The Steakhouse

New Orleans Magazine deemed Morton’s  “The Best Place for Steak,” but that’s not the only thing they do well. Check them out during Restaurant Week. View menu.

Oceana Grill

Ask for a table in the beautiful courtyard at Oceana Grill and discover what dining in the French Quarter is all about. View menu.

Olde NOLA Cookery

This Bourbon Street restaurant is as authentic as it gets. Locals love it almost as much as visitors. View menu.

Pascale’s Manale

Break out the Vieux Carré during Restaurant Week! This Uptown restaurant is quintessentially New Orleans and you’ll love it. View menu.

Pelican Club

This amazing restaurant on Exchange Alley is one of our favorites. Come see what Chef Richard Hughes is cooking up during Restaurant Week. View menu.

Ralph’s on the Park

Take in the view of the live oaks in City Park as well as a great meal at low Restaurant Week prices. We simply adore this Ralph Brennan Restaurant. View menu.

Red Fish Grill

Located at the Gateway to Bourbon Street, this casual seafood restaurant from Ralph Brennan never disappoints. In fact, it's a must-experience. View menu.

Reginelli’s Pizzeria

When we think Reginelli’s, the word “fresh” comes to mind. One melty bite and you’ll wish this pizzeria, founded by New Orleans natives, would open a restaurant in your home town. View menu.

SoBou

Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to experience this member of the Commander’s Family of Restaurant. You’ll savor every bite. View menu.

Tujague’s

Put Tujague's, the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans, at the top of your list for Restaurant Week. It’s a must for foodies and history buffs alike. View menu.

 



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