Restaurants in Louisiana

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Harrah's flamboyant downtown casino plays host to this 150-seat steakhouse located just off the casino floor. Vacationing retirees dine alongside... Read More

The original seafood market and restaurant lies out in the suburbs, so there was much rejoicing at the announcement that a Mid City branch was opening... Read More

Creative American cuisine is the focus at Magazine Street's Bistro Daisy, named in honor of the owners's daughter. Anton and Diane Shulte turned this ... Read More

Paired with a delicious kale salad and mushroom vinaigrette, this brunch dish is one of my absolute favorites.  In a city full of exceedingly heavy... Read More

Step into the Bombay Club in the Prince Conti Hotel and you nearly expect to hear the murmur of British accents during the live music breaks. The... Read More

Named for the traditional Louisiana hog slaughtering celebration, Boucherie was established by Commander’s Palace and Stella alum Nathanial Zimet.... Read More

Regarded as the father of the Sidecar by many, the Brandy Crusta has been a New Orleans staple for about as long as the Sazerac.  It is a... Read More

There aren't many restaurants that create their reputations on their breakfast menu, but here it includes cocktails and dessert—and that dessert... Read More

Brigsten’s restaurant is led by chef/co-owner Frank Brigtsen, who produces spicy, home-style Acadian/Creole dishes in a cozy, century-old cottage... Read More

At Empire Bar they run a summer happy hour that might be the best deal in the city.   Every day from 4-7pm you can choose from a selection of... Read More

Heralded as “the Tom Petty of restaurants” Sylvain takes it to the next level when they do brunch on Sundays.  Make sure to try the Crispy... Read More

Set among trees in the residential Upper Garden District, Atchafalaya is well away from the French Quarter hulabaloo, which kind of makes it a... Read More

The menu at Café du Monde in the French Market is simple, and almost everyone comes for the same combination: café au lait and beignets.... Read More

After a long night out on the town, coffee—and, naturally, a couple of hangover-busting beignets—is in order. And there’s no better place to end your... Read More

The light-gray siding and sconce-lit green front door make Café Minh look more like a house than a Canal Street restaurant—even the... Read More

Started in 2000 by Rev. Harry Tompson, this Cajun/Creole restaurant employs at-risk teens, introducing them to the food service industry in a safe and... Read More

Use this place as a perfect excuse to start your day with a ride on the St. Charles Streetcar.  Get off at Carrolton and St. Charles for this... Read More

Holding up lower Decatur is a great ‘Proto-Tiki’ bar that staffs some of the best bartenders in the city.  The food is Caribbean inspired and the... Read More

If you had a vegetarian aunt, and she owned a restaurant, this would be it.  The staff is exceedingly friendly and more than happy to explain... Read More

The name says it all.  This bar in the Hotel Monteleone slowly revolves around the bartenders at a pace of about 15 minutes per revolution. ... Read More

This 1919 landmark in the Garden District is acclaimed for its seafood gumbo, soft-shell crabs, signature "pan bread," and fresh-shucked Gulf oysters,... Read More

Located on Decatur Street in the French Quarter, Central Grocery is an authnetic "only in 'Nawlins" type of place. This small, Italian-American grocery... Read More

This Central City shop prides itself on grinding and pouring each cup of coffee to order, so that you will never have to taste burnt or old coffee ever... Read More

Far from the usual tourist circuit, this uptown bistro serves reinvented Creole classics in a no-frills, two-story dining room. Open since 1983, Clancy... Read More

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