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Restaurant Reviews

 

Go Mousse Hunting in Old Metairie

Unlike most of the reviews we do at NewOrleansRestaurants.com, we're going to start with dessert. Not because “life is short,” but because the Chocolate Mousse at Garrison Kitchen + Cocktails is life-altering.… Read More

 

Best New Restaurant in the French Quarter: Iberville Cuisine

Check out the Iberville Cuisine scene. TripAdvisor just named New Orleans the #1 Food Destination in U.S. for the second year in a row and #8 in the world! To be honest, we’re not surpris… Read More

 

People in the Know Go to Felix's during Carnival Season

Welcome to Felix's in the French Quarter In a city filled with history, memories made at Felix's Restaurant are among the most cherished. Many of us had our first dozen raw oysters sitt… Read More

 

Great Food & Service is an Art at Annunciation

Annunciation is lovely place for a beautiful meal, Whether you live in or are visiting New Orleans, you can do no better than a meal at Annunciation Restaurant. The food here is a work of art w… Read More

 

Carmo: Where Healthy Equals Delicious

You'll love Carmo, inside and out. When people in New Orleans talk about great vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free restaurants, Carmo is on the tip of everyone’s tongue. But they’… Read More

 

Mulate's: A Little Piece of Cajun Country in New Orleans

Everybody loves Mulate's – even Homer! At Mulate’s, the Original Cajun Restaurant,  they celebrate Cajun food, music, art and culture every day with all the warmth, creativ… Read More

 

Check Out What's New This Summer at Felix's

If you’re from New Orleans, Felix’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar in the French Quarter is probably where you slurped your first oysters. You probably know they serve great fried seafood and New… Read More

 

The Height of NOLA Comfort Food: Mambo's

Mambo's is home to the only rooftop dining on Bourbon Street Bourbon Street is famous for bar crawling, music, and you know what, but the truth is there are some pretty great places to dine… Read More

 

Grand Isle Restaurant in New Orleans: The Culture and Flavor of the Louisiana Gulf Coast.

Owner/Executive Chef Jeff Hof Grand Isle is a charming barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico, just two-hours from New Orleans. For those of us who grew up in the city, the words “Grand Isl… Read More

 

Do This Brew in the Vieux: Crescent City Brewhouse

Do locals eat in the Vieux Carré? You only have to dine at Crescent City Brewhouse to realize the answer is “yes.” Should you come here if beer is really not your thing? Again, the … Read More

 

Take Your Palate to Peru at Tito's.

  Tito's on St. Charles Avenue No trip to New Orleans would be complete without indulging in Creole, Cajun and Southern cuisine but, whatever you do, don’t stop there. Tit… Read More

 

Tujague's: 167 Years Young

When the legendary Tujague’s had to move from its old location a couple of years ago, it was big news. The world-famous restaurant had been at the other end of Decatur Street since 1856. Would i… Read More

 

Clarinet Bistreaux is a Must-Geaux

  Lunch at a Holiday Inn when in New Orleans? Are you kidding? No, we're not. The Clarinet Bistreaux in the artsy Holiday Inn Downtown Superdome is a local restaurant that just happens… Read More

 

Cafe Pontalba: Red Beans & History

In what might just be one of the most enviable restaurant locations in all of New Orleans sits Café Pontalba. Here in the historic Pontalba buildings on Jackson Square, you can sip cocktails, i… Read More

 

3rd Block Rocks

3rd Block Depot Kitchen and Bar, Now Open in the French Quarter There's always something new in the Vieux Carré.  This month, we're celebrating the opening of 3rd Block… Read More

 

Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon is a Winner

There are two things everyone in New Orleans loves – great food and great football. Bobby Hebert’s Cajun Cannon on Veterans in Metairie is the perfect place to indulge in both of Louisiana… Read More

 

The Way to Your Stomach? Through the Airport

Every Seat is a Window Seat at Messina's Runway Café. Airports aren't traditionally foodie destinations, but this is New Orleans and our Lakefront Airport is home to Messina'… Read More

 

Landry's Seafood: Grab a Fork and Take in the Vieux

Landry’s Seafood House located in Jackson Brewery, (the first Landry’s opened in a house in Lafayette, Louisiana in 1947) has one of the most enviable views in the Vieux Carré. You … Read More

 

Bourbon Street & Just Beyond – Best Casual Restaurants

  Bourbon Street is known for its lineup of bars and round-the-clock party atmosphere, but there are also some great places to grab a bite. When you need a breather, check out these casual eat… Read More

 

Porter & Luke's Never Disappoints

In our humble opnion, one of the best places to find authentic New Orleans cuisine in Old Metairie is Porter & Luke’s on Metairie Road, just 10 minutes from downtown. This restaurant has … Read More

 

Mulate's Is Doing a Two-Step!

Construction on Convention Center Boulevard is Winding Down! For months, customers of Mulate’s have been fighting the construction around their Julia Street restaurant. We’re happy … Read More

 

A Dozen Reasons We Recommend Acme Oyster House

  New Orleans is full of great casual restaurants but none is more beloved than Acme Oyster House. More than just great food–it’s great fun. Locals love it, visitors love it, f… Read More

 

Daisy Dukes Does It Right

New Orleans has a lot of world-famous restaurants. This is not one of them. Daisy Dukes is just great New Orleans food done right. Like their slogan says, it’s “Nuttin’ Fancy. Just G… Read More

 

The Good Times Boil at the Original French Market Restaurant & Bar

Want to see New Orleans like a local? As a visitor, you will probably never experience a backyard crawfish boil – you will never know the joys chasing your sister around with a live crawfish &nd… Read More

 

Woo hoo! Lunch at SoBou!

SoBou, short for "south of Bourbon," is a member of the Commander's Family of Restaurants. In case you’re not from this planet, that means “you can’t go wrong.”  Ch… Read More

 

Second Line to the Buffet Line at The Court of Two Sisters

We're not exaggerating when we say, if you haven't been to The Court of Two Sisters, you haven't been to New Orleans. For more than fifty years, locals and visitors alike have brunched, lu… Read More

 

Sundays in the Park with Ralph.

Branch out of the French Quarter for Brunch at Ralph's on the Park. Hand’s down, there's no place we'd rather be on a Sunday in New Orleans than Ralph’s on the Park. … Read More

 

Rizzuto's Ristorante & Chop House

Ciao Down In Lakeview. We just had lunch at Rizzuto’s Ristorante & Chop House, the new Italian eatery that recently opened in Tony Angello’s old place in Lakeview. While we can still fi… Read More

 

What's Byblos Mean? Delicious!

One of the best places to dine on Metairie Road is Byblos, named after what might just be the oldest city in the world in what is now Lebanon. For more than 17 years, New Orleans locals and visitors a… Read More

 

Tujague's: An oldie but a goodie for foodies.

Order a grasshopper where it was invented. In a city full of celebrity chefs, it’s too easy to go home without experiencing the restaurants that originally earned New Orleans its reputatio… Read More

 

Oceana Grill

Everybody knows when you come to French Quarter, you have to order a Hurricane, a frozen daiquiri and a Hand Grenade, but have you heard about Oceana’s Big Banana? Prepare to be wowed. In our… Read More

 

Commander's Palace

In New Orleans, Fridays mean three-hour lunches. One of the most popular places to give in to the decadence that’s just part of our DNA is Commander’s Palace in the Garden District. Its lo… Read More

 

The Pelican Club

How Do You Say “Wow” in Creole French? Pelican Club. According to webminer.com, there are approximately 700,000 restaurants in the United States. After just one spoonful of gumbo, … Read More

 

Louisiana on the Half Shell

Oyster Bars offer ice-cold serving of Louisiana delicacy For many visitors to New Orleans, the oyster bar is the first stop to enjoying a gastronomical tour of the Crescent City. Placed on a bed of… Read More

 

Tujague's Names New Executive Chef

Tujague’s, a 160-year-old French Quarter treasure, has named Guy Sockrider as the new executive chef.  Tujague’ s tells us  Sockrider has over 30 years’ experience in the c… Read More

 

We Live To Eat Restaurant Week New Orleans

New Orleans is a foodie's dream come true and we locals know how lucky we are to live here. And if you are visiting our lovely city between September 12-18, you are lucky too! Because it is We&nbs… Read More

 

Easter Dining Highlights

Scrumptious Eggs Maison Dupuy Easter in New Orleans means festive parades through the French Quarter, special Easter egg hunts in the parks and rich, indulgent meals at some of the citys finest d… Read More

 

Let Them Eat King Cake!

Everyone knows New Orleans is foodie heaven, but Mardi Gras season adds a whole new delicious layer—the King Cake. Sweet, doughy bread decorated with purple, green, and gold sugar isn’t th… Read More

 

Fabulous Food Festivals This Fall

It’s fall—and in New Orleans when the weather cools down, the fun heats up. We have two important words for you: Food. Festivals. They’re not only a huge deal in New Orleans during t… Read More

 

Places To Take Your Mom For Mother's Day

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 12. That's this Sunday, so you better be planning a special day for your mom. I heard that your mom is a pretty special lady, so she deserves special treatm… Read More

 

A guide to gluten free dining in New Orleans

  For people on gluten free diets, dining out can be very challenging. Most restaurants don’t advertise gluten free items on their menus, so you run the risk of going somewhe… Read More

 

Dine On A Budget: French Quarter

New Orleans is known for its tasty food, but we know eating out every meal can get expensive! We're here to show you how to eat delicious dishes without breaking your bank. Today, we've set a $50 … Read More

 

Lunch at Andrea's: DeliziosOMG!

Over the years, Chef Andrea Apuzzo has prepared dishes for Queen Elizabeth, President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter, Senator Ted Kennedy, Clint Eastwood, Sophia Loren, and many others. This week, it was our t… Read More

 

Antoine's Celebrates 175th Anniversary

Feeling at home surround by the French-speaking aristocracy, 18-year-old Antoine Alciatore settled in New Orleans in 1840 after a brief stint in New York City.  Here, he opened his namesake restauran… Read More

 

Try These Treats at Oak Street Po' Boy Festival

The Oak Street Po' Boy Festival will be filled with delicious deli treats and more. So we've compiled a list of our favorite sandwich shops (and of course our top sandwich picks from said shops). … Read More

 

You May Be Thankful These Restaurants Are Open on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is just weeks away, and while we love to eat…sometimes cooking on this special holiday just isn't convenient. You're in luck…New Orleans is known as the food capital of the count… Read More

 

Our Favorites: Handcrafted Cocktail edition

When you're in New Orleans, finding a drink isn't a challenge but finding the perfectly blended handcrafted cocktail may be. So we're making it easier with some of our favorite top shelve treats… Read More

 

Four Food Favorites at Louisiana

Three words: Nawlins. Seafood. Festival. It's happening this weekend October 10-12! The festival offers Louisiana seafood perfectly paired with the melodic sounds of New Orleans music. But let's b… Read More

 

Get Social and Share at the Pelican Bar

The soft glow of the lights, the bustling crowds, the tasty food and the exquisite cocktails—yep, it's definitely social hour at the Pelican Bar. We were honored to be guests at bar's new menu l… Read More

 

2014 Oyster Jubilee: World's Longest Oyster Po-Boy

Ever wonder who has the best oyster po-boys in New Orleans? Have a craving for oysters? Good news for both: the Louisiana Oyster Jubilee is this Saturday, March 29 in the French Quarter. The highlight… Read More

 

Behind the Signs: Suis Generis

Every restaurant has a name, and every name has a story behind it.  This is the third post in a series called Behind the Signs, where we explore the meaning and history behind the names of restau… Read More

 

Andrea's Restaurant celebrates 29 years

There are a lot of great restaurants in the New Orleans area, but many come and go. So when a restaurant is around for almost three decades, we tend to take notice. In this instance, we’re ta… Read More

 

Behind the Signs: Tujague's

Every restaurant has a name, and every name has a story behind it.  This is the first post in a series we're calling Behind the Signs, where we explore the meaning and history behind the names of r… Read More

 

Steamboat Natchez drink recipes: Mint Julep & Jazz Punch

One recent Sunday, we decided to spend the afternoon riding down the Mississippi River on the Steamboat Natchez. There was no special occasion, but the weather was nice and being out on the water seem… Read More

 

An impromptu lunch at Pierre Maspero's

On our way back from a meeting in the French Quarter yesterday, we saw something that no one likes to see – our car getting towed. It was a street cleaning day, and we apparently parked our car in a… Read More

 

Matthew Osset: The man behind the wine at Antoine's Restaurant

The wine cellar at Antoine's is impressive. The long, narrow, dimly lit hall houses 16,000 wine bottles stacked from floor to ceiling. Many of bottles have a thin layer of dust collecting on their e… Read More

 

Restaurant Review: Court of Two Sisters

The French Quarter has many restaurants that have been around for decades, even a handful that have been around for more than a century. However, only a few have the history and legendary status that … Read More

 

October's dinner giveaway: Tujague's

It's a new month and that means it's time for a new giveaway. October's giveaway is dinner for two at Tujague's. One lucky winner, chosen at random from all of the entries, will receive a gift… Read More

 

Saving money while eating out in New Orleans

Who likes saving money? Who likes saving money while eating in New Orleans? I do and I have a feeling that you do too! I also know that eating out in New Orleans can get pricey quickly, that's why I… Read More

 

Gnocchi and Redfish: New favorites on the Tujague's menu

As the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans, Tujague's has seen a lot of changes. For the most part, those changes have happened outside the restaurant's walls. Wars have happened, shops have c… Read More

 

Grab a glass! It's National Cabernet Day

Just when you thought there couldn't be another national holiday celebrating, well, anything – surprise! To the joy of wine lovers everywhere, today (Aug. 29)  is National Cabernet Day. While the… Read More

 

Exploring Crescent City Brewhouse

Bring up New Orleans drinks and a lot of people think overly sweet, over-the-top Hand Grenades, poured in over-sized bright green plastic cups from the bars along Bourbon Street. Those sort of drinks … Read More

 

Watch out for fake restaurant reviews

If you ever travel to Brixham, a small fishing town in south-west England, don't look for a restaurant named Oscar's. Although the restaurant that served French cuisine received glowing reviews, s… Read More

 

New Orleans Wine & Food Experience 2013

Planning on coming to town for the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience (NOWFE)? Then you better come hungry and make sure you’re thirsty. If you’re a local, I hope you already know that y… Read More

 

Best New Orleans Restaurants

Over the past couple of months, we've looked at the best New Orleans restaurants by street in the French Quarter, by neighborhood throughout the rest of the city and hopefully now you have a lot o… Read More

 

Best Of The Rest: French Quarter Restaurants

The major thoroughfares aren’t the only streets with great restaurants in the French Quarter. Tucked into the side streets are a number of not to be missed dinning opportunities. On these sid… Read More

 

Chartres Street - Best Restaurants

Chartres Street, pronounced CHAR-ters, isn't as well-known as its sister streets the festive Bourbon Street and the regal Royal Street, but that doesn't that mean you should skip it when you visit… Read More

 

Easter Brunch At New Orleans Restaurants

Easter brings with it a number of exciting events to New Orleans. Of course there’s Easter mass at St. Louis Cathedral. Also, there’s the parades. There’s not just one parade, … Read More

 

Decatur Street - Best Restaurants

Running parallel to the Mississippi River in New Orleans is Decatur Street.  It's the home to sights like Jackson Square and just steps from the Moon Walk, the riverside promenade the traces the ed… Read More

 

Royal Street - Best Restaurants

Royal Street is one of the oldest and best-known streets in New Orleans.  It dates back to the French Colonial era, but is well-known for its antique shops and art galleries, along with its lovely wr… Read More

 

Breakfast and Brunch in New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, locals love to have breakfast or brunch at restaurants on the weekends. We relish nothing more than to sip coffee (or cocktails) while lingering over conversation, bacon and poach… Read More

 

Mardi Gras Day Dining in the French Quarter

This year's Mardi Gras season is one to remember. With the Super Bowl mixed in, it's made for not only an extended holiday but also for a bigger, more exciting season. Now that the Super Bowl part is … Read More

 

70th Wedding Anniversary At Broussard's

Last Saturday night, Judy Weitz celebrated her parents' 70th wedding anniversary at Broussard's, the historic New Orleans restaurant in the French Quarter. Judy is the CEO of Compucast, the web de… Read More

 

Valentine's Day Dinner Recommendations

With so much going on in New Orleans right now, you may not realize that Valentine's Day is just two days after Mardi Gras. Since Valentine's Day reservations can be hard to come by, we're providing … Read More

 

Super Bowl Sunday Dining (Watch the Game, too)

Once again, this year it's the city of New Orleans's turn to host the Super Bowl. Although neither team hails from New Orleans, one thing's for sure - this year's game will be one to remember. New Orl… Read More

 

Mardi Gras: French Quarter Dining Spots

Mardi Gras season is upon us, and the city will soon be over-taken by parades, revelers, beads and doubloons. It's a truly special time of year in New Orleans, and one that attracts thousands of visit… Read More

 

New Orleans Restaurants To See The Super Bowl

It's almost time for the Super Bowl kick off, but it's not too late to plan your perfect game day celebration at your favorite New Orleans restaurant. A number of restaurants and event venues all … Read More

 

Eating Healthy in the New Year

With the arrival of the new year comes various resolutions to eat better, attend the gym more often, and generally, to live a healthier life. All of these goals are familiar and worthy of pursuit. And… Read More

 

Oyster Season in South Louisiana

In South Louisiana, fresh seafood is a source of pride and joy for the locals. Although not as proliferate as it was years ago, the South Louisiana seafood industry is alive and still harvesting … Read More

 

New Year's Eve in the Crescent City

With 2012 rapidly coming to a close in less than two weeks, it's time to shore up New Year's Eve plans if you haven't already.  Each New Year's Eve downtown New Orleans is bustlin… Read More

 

Christmas Concerts at the St. Louis Cathedral

With the holiday season in full swing, Christmas is just around the corner. To further the festive holiday spirit, many people here in New Orleans are attending Christmas concerts at the St. Louis Cat… Read More

 

Christmas and New Year's Eves aboard the Steamboat Natchez

December is a festive time of year here in New Orleans.  The city is bustling with a variety of activities from dining to shopping to concerts.  The height of the festivities occur a mere week apart… Read More

 

Réveillon Dinners, New Orleans-style

With December fast approaching, so comes the holidays. Here in New Orleans, one of the main ways we celebrate the holiday season is with delicious food. Dining is practically a city-wide pastime. Ther… Read More

 

A Visit To Broussard's In The French Quarter

There are a lot of delectable restaurants to choose from in New Orleans. On a recent weekday afternoon some of the crew behind NewOrleansRestaurants.com stopped by Broussard's in the French Quarter … Read More

 

Hard Rock Café Opening Up For The Homeless On Thanksgiving

For most New Orleans families, the toughest thing about Thanksgiving is choosing between another helping of mouthwatering turkey or delicious honey ham to go with their sweet potato praline casserole.… Read More

 

Thanksgiving Day Dining Options

With Thanksgiving this week the holidays are now officially upon us, and we're ready to eat! Some of you may still be trying to decide want to do for lunch or dinner on Thanksgiving Day, and you&#… Read More

 

The 6th Annual Po' Boy Fest

Po' Boy lovers, get your appetite ready! Have we got a special treat for you. This Sunday, November 18, the 6th annual Po' Boy Festival takes place from 11 am to 7 pm along Oak Street in the Riverbe… Read More

 

Still Looking for Valentine's Day Plans?

Time is running out if you're still trying to find the perfect date for Valentine's Day, but we've got you covered. With a little digging around, you'll notice that several of the restaurants featured… Read More

 

Copeland's Returns to 701 Veterans on Jan. 31st

Copeland's of New Orleans is returning to 701 Veterans Memorial Blvd. this month! On January 31st, Copeland's will open one of its signature stores in east Metairie, Louisiana (a suburb of New Orl… Read More

 

Restaurants Open on New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve in New Orleans is always a good time. If you're looking to dine out for the evening, be sure to get your reservations in early! The following restaurants have confirmed that they are op… Read More

 

Broussard's Celebrates the Season

Broussard's presents its second annual Christmas celebration. Broussard's Presents a Chef's Chorale & Charity Chef Gunter Preuss & esteemed guests The English Bell-Ringing Choir of St. Michael's Spec… Read More

 

Restaurants Open for Christmas Day and Christmas Eve 2011

While all of the restaurants will be open during the holidays, we recommend calling to make reservations to guarantee your spot. Enjoy, and have a Merry Christmas! Be sure to bookmark this post, as we… Read More

 

Jazz Brunch with Santa at the Court of Two Sisters

The Court of Two Sisters restaurant want to celebrate Christmas in a special way. Of course, we all hope Santa will visit us to deliver gifts for Christmas Day, but you can spend some time with Santa … Read More

 

Need A Restaurant for Thanksgiving? Check Out These Menus

Are you stuck trying to figure out the perfect Thanksgiving menu? Let the pros handle it! Here's 4 New Orleans restaurants who will do the hard work for you. Click any of the banners to see a full Tha… Read More

 

Tapping Party for Seasonal Beer at Gordon Biersch

The Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant provides one more reason to celebrate the change of the seasons on November 15th. The restaurant will have a tapping party in honor of their new seasonal beer: Wi… Read More

 

Thanksgiving Day Dining in New Orleans

Looking for a way to do Thanksgiving dinner somewhere else? New Orleans has several great options to celebrate a traditional Thanksgiving at a local restaurant instead of getting stuck with a hot oven… Read More

 

Breast Cancer Awareness Event: Breast Fest at Hard Rock Cafe

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and restaurants from around the city of New Orleans are jumping in to do their part. The Hard Rock Café, located at 418 N Peters Street in New Orleans… Read More

 

Oktoberfest at the Crescent City Brewhouse

Celebrate Oktoberfest all month long at the Crescent City Brewhouse! New Orleans residents can look forward to the cooling weather with Oktoberfest celebrations throughout the city. The Crescent… Read More

 

Oktoberfest Is Just Around the Corner at Broussard's Restaurant

New Orleans' temperatures are slowly retreating from the intense August heat, and evenings are starting to cool down. Well, “cool” for New Orleans, that is. With fall approaching, Broussard's… Read More

 

The Official Dirty Linen Night After Party at Royal House

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13TH at 10 p.m. 441 Royal Street (Corner of Royal and St. Louis) Celebrate 10 years of Dirty Linen Night with Royal House Oyster Bar and Stoli Vodka, hosting the official 10th Anniver… Read More

 

COOLinary New Orleans 2011

Take advantage of the annual COOLinary dining experience to try out some great restaurants! Variety is the spice of life, but many people want a sure bet when it comes to dining out. We can get in rou… Read More

 

Celebrity Bartenders at Copeland's on the 28th

Meet celebrities this Tuesday, June 28th at Copeland's in an effort to raise funds for Livestrong, the Lance Armstrong Foundation. This week, you can head to your local Copeland's to meet a celebri… Read More

 

New Orleans Restaurants Testimonial

New Orleans has dozens of fantastic restaurants that are able to accommodate special events and banquets. Each restaurant has its own unique touch that separates it from the rest, whether it be the lo… Read More

 

French Quarter Wine Festival Closing Reception

Whether you've attended every session or you've yet to attend any, this Friday night, May 13th is the last opportunity to experience the 2011 French Quarter Wine Festival. The Fifth Annual French … Read More

 

Where to Eat after Jazz Fest

The New Orleans Jazz Festival starts today, and music fans from around the world are visiting the city of New Orleans. By 7:00, the festival will be finished for the day, and the masses will be hungry… Read More

 

New Orleans Roadfood Festival 2011

The New Orleans Roadfood Festival will feature over 50 vendors from New Orleans and around the country this weekend on Royal Street in the French Quarter. Get ready for a taste of New Orleans this wee… Read More

 

A Taste of Crown Royal at the Bombay Club

You are invited to a complimentary tasting event at the Bombay Club tonight (Wednesday, 3/23) from 6 - 8 p.m. "Taste the Art of Crown Royal" with samples of the following beverages: Crown Royal Delux… Read More

 

Restaurants Open to the Public for Mardi Gras

Coming to Mardi Gras? Did you make dinner reservations? Mardi Gras is an extremely busy time for the city, and several restaurants get booked for large parties during the festivities. The following re… Read More

 

Get Your Game On

This Sunday at the Bombay Club, celebrate the Big Game in style. The Bombay Club promises plenty of televisions and drink specials for sports fans. The Big Game Menu Chicken & Andouille Gumbo Buffalo… Read More

 

Watch the Big Game at Margaritaville!

This Sunday, Margaritaville will be ready to welcome football fans with drink specials and their usual array of tasty treats. Check out the following specials available from 5-10 p.m. on February 6th�… Read More

 

Restaurants Open on Christmas Day

Have you made your Christmas Day Dinner plans? If you are visiting from out of town, or if you need a break from cooking this year, check out our list of restaurants open on Christmas Day. 7 on Fulton… Read More

 

Name That Bar!

The upscale and trendy Hotel Le Marais needs a name for its new bar. Here's where you can help out and potentially win big! Do you have an incredible name for a bar just floating around in your head… Read More

 

Welcome Back to the New Orleans Restaurant Scene!

by Sal Mannino There are many reasons visitors keep coming back to New Orleans but our fabulous food is always at the top of every list. For tourism and conventions to return to our great city post H… Read More

 

Louisiana on the Half Shell

Oyster Bars offer ice-cold serving of Louisiana delicacy For many visitors to New Orleans, the oyster bar is the first stop to enjoying a gastronomical tour of the Crescent City. Placed on a bed of… Read More

 

Welcome to the New Orleans Restaurant Scene!

Welcome to the New Orleans Restaurant Scene! There are many reasons visitors keep coming back to New Orleans but our fabulous food is always at the top of every list. It is impossible … Read More

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