opened over 160 years ago, Tujague's carries on holiday dining traditions that began when carriages were the only mode of transportation in the city. Reservations are required for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Click here.
Make it your holiday tradition to spend Christmas Eve at The Court of Two Sisters on Royal Street. They'll be open 9 a.m to 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Christmas Eve and will be serving a special Reveillon menu, too!. Reserve your table now.
Rock out this holiday season at Hard Rock Cafe in the Vieux Carré. They'll be open both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with a menu and service that will make you feel like a star (and we're not talking about the one at the top of the Christmas tree). View their Kiss Me Under the Misletoe Menu. Make reservations now.
Come celebrate Christmas with a Cajun flare and enjoy a cocktail on the only rooftop balcony on Bourbon! Mambo's is open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Make reservations now.
This popular restaurant on Conti Street is open from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. on both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. With hours like that, you might just bump into Santa and his gang getting a gumbo and crab cake fix after a hard night's work. Make reservations now.
Have yourself a Cajun or Creole Christmas on Bourbon Street at Olde NOLA Cookery. They'll be serving classic New Orleans cuisine from 11 am to 1 am Christmas Eve & Christmas Day. Make reservations now.
Riverboat City of New Orleans – French Quarter
Is that a paddlewheel or a big red bow? This year, spend Christmas Eve on the Riverboat City of New Orleans, sister vessel of the Steamboat NATCHEZ (she's in for maintenance right now). Enjoy wonderful menus, live music and breathtaking river views. View Christmas Eve Celebration menu. Make reservations now.
Take your rat pack to this beloved restaurant Christmas Eve for traditional Italian dishes, seafood, or steaks! Personally, we've got our eye on the Buttermilk Chocolate Cake. See Christmas Eve Menu. They're also offering Family Style To Go Meals. Make reservations.
Celebrate Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with modern Creole dishes and inventive cocktails that make the food taste even better, all served in a beautiful chic environment in the city’s most historic neighborhood. Make reservations now.
The Streetcar Restaurant in the Holiday Inn Downtown Superdome services classic American and Creole cuisine in a casual atmosphere that focuses on comfort and Southern Hospitality. They will be open both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Learn more.
In their new location just down Decatur Street from where they opened over 160 years ago, Tujague's carries on holiday dining traditions that began when carriages were the only mode of transportation in the city. See menus for Christmas Eve Reveillon and Christmas Day. They'll also be serving their regular menu on New Year's Day. Make reservations and view hours.
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