Restaurants in Louisiana

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Tarek Madkour, an Egyptian native, owns the place and is fantastic at making people feel at home.  Madkour was trained in upscale hotels and does a... Read More

Known for its brilliant and delicious obsession with pork-based food, Cochon is a staple in the local’s dining circuit.  Great for lunch or dinner,... Read More

As the name suggests, there's a healthy obsession here with all things porcine, with Louisiana native Donald Link showcasing his passion and roots with... Read More

For more than a century, this white and turquoise Victorian building with striped awnings has graced a quiet corner of the Garden District. The... Read More

Locals generally agree that the uptown Company Burger serves the best all-around American cheeseburger in town. It stacks two locally sourced beef... Read More

Hotel restaurants in the Warehouse District haven't traditionally been held in high esteem, but Chef Nina Compton's venture in the Old 77 Hotel and... Read More

When Killer Poboys opened in the back of Erin Rose (one of the city’s best dive bars), it immediately became a favorite of service-industry regulars. Of... Read More

The debate over who serves the best po’ boy in New Orleans still rages, but one candidate lies just off the Jefferson Highway in the west end of... Read More

One of the best kept secrets in the French Quarter, this Franco-Orleanian pastry shop is a perfect spot to grab a coffee and pastry.  I always get... Read More

When Neal Bodenheimer opened Cure in 2009 he changed Freret Street forever.  What was once a cultural void blossomed into the bustling Freret... Read More

This bar and music venue opened on Frenchman Street in 2000, and was one of the first live venues in the area to go completely smoke-free.  They... Read More

Fired on a hand-made oven from Italy, the pizzas here are nothing short of spectacular. The owner, Charlie is almost always around and gives a superb... Read More

Owner and Executive Chef Alon Shaya recently won a James Beard award for Best Chef in the South and for good reason.  His pizza is mind-blowing.... Read More

This John Besh-owned restaurant is headed up by James Beard Award-winning Chef Alon Shaya who specializes in light, rustic Italian fare.  ... Read More

Don’t let the modest, rustic appearance and off-the-beaten-path location of Domilise’s Po-Boy & Bar on Annuciation Street fool you. The... Read More

Chef/Owner of Herbsaint and Cochon, Link trained under Susan Spicer at Bayona before moving out west to run the famous MOJO Restaurant in Palo Alto.... Read More

Come for the world famous fried chicken, come back for the rest of the menu, which is regularly and vocally celebrated as having some of the best soul... Read More

Celebrated as having some of the best soul food in the South, Dooky Chase’s is a regular spot on the local docket for lunch.  Try the Double-Cut... Read More

Steakhouses and refined glamour don't necessarily go hand-in-hand in New Orleans, and Israeli butchers dealing in dry-aged beef seemed an unlikely... Read More

Don’t leave the neighborhood without swinging by this homey corner restaurant for fried chicken livers with pepper jelly or lacquered praline... Read More

Just a short hop away in the Bywater, Elizabeth’s is the gold standard when it comes to New Orleans breakfast. Try their breakfast poboy, or the Redneck... Read More

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