New Orleans Restaurant Guide
Browsing: Oyster Bars Restaurants
It doesn't matter if they're raw, fried or charbroiled, New Orleans loves its oysters, and it has plenty of them. If you're craving oysters on a half shell, then give these shuckers a shot. Watch professional oyster shuckers behind the bar and fast at work. Some restaurants serve the oysters buffet-style on ice, while others bring them to your table as soon as they're free from the shell. Just drop them on a cracker and add a little spice, and you'll understand why these oyster bars are considered the best in the city.
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.
Treat your guests to the quintessential New Orleans experience, just two blocks from the Mississippi River. With an authentic menu filled with tantalizing New Orleans dishes, and custom drink packages, Coterie Nola is the ideal spot for your next gathering.
Since the 1940s, Felix’s has been a New Orleans institution, serving only the freshest Louisiana oysters they could get their hands on. Bienville, Rockefeller, raw, chargrilled…no matter how you like ‘em, they got ‘em at Felix’s.
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.
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.
Located in JAX Brewery in the world-famous Vieux Carré, Landry’s Seafood House offers Gulf-to-table seafood with sweeping views of the Mississippi River and Jackson Square. For an authentic, one-of-a-kind New Orleans experience, drop anchor at Landry’s.
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.