Restaurants in Louisiana

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Chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto got carte blanche when they built the kitchen for Restaurant R'evolution. It is a beautiful, state-of-the-art... Read More

Chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto got carte blanche when they built the kitchen for Restaurant R’evolution.  It is a beautiful, state-of-the-art... Read More

Rio Mar, “where the river meets the sea,” is the restaurant of award-winning chef Adolfo Garcia, who fuses his Spanish and Latin American... Read More

Husband-and-wife team David and Torre Solazzo converted the boxy St. Tammany Parish court office into a Cal-Italian restaurant in 2002. The walls still... Read More

Situated in Bayou St. John, this spot has been open since 1911.  The roast beef po’ boy (it’s called a “poor boy” here) comes doused in hot gravy,... Read More

This energetic café with high ceilings, bright sunlight, quiet nooks, and a staff of young hipsters is constantly filled by students from nearby... Read More

Although Cajun influences abound in the city, there's little high-end food nor dining experiences that are truly Cajun. Set in a converted 19th-century... Read More

Young creatives and locals walking their dogs are likely to be your co-diners at this hip breakfast and lunch café, which places an accent on healthy... Read More

Located in the Bywater, this hip breakfast and lunch spot offers up some of the best healthy fare in the city.  Make sure to try the roasted pear... Read More

Invented in the 1850’s by pharmacist Antoine Peychaud, this New Orleans classic remains virtually unchanged by time.  It started as a Cognac drink... Read More

Best known for its Sazeracs and Ramos Gin Fizzes, the sumptuous bar at the Roosevelt Hotel is one of the city’s most beautiful.  You never know who... Read More

This modest restaurant—interiors have wood paneled walls, checkered floors and cushion-topped stools—is locally loved for its fried shrimp... Read More

Headed up by Chef Edward Rhinehart, most recently of R’evolution, this health oasis is a needle in a haystack.   Besides the super-fresh... Read More

Almost from opening, Chef Alon Shaya's Israeli restaurant has been at the top of many people's culinary wish list in New Orleans. Located in one of the... Read More

For a less classic, more hip breakfast, look no further than this Magazine Street gem.  The atmosphere is fun and edgy, but the food is everything... Read More

This red-lit bar, set in what looks like a sagging roadside shack, should come with a caution label. Warning: If you like to go to bed after just a... Read More

Make sure to sit at the bar for this one.  Native New Yorker Abigail Gullo runs the cocktail program here and she does a fantastic job of creating... Read More

Abigail Gullo leads the bar team at this exquisite French Quarter bar that has a particularly magnificent ‘Happier Hour’ because, as they like to say,... Read More

A relative newcomer to the New Orleans coffee scene, this third-wave coffee shop makes a hell of an espresso.  It’s not the biggest space, so you... Read More

This new eatery on Jackson Square in the French Quarter is local chef Scott Boswell's wake up call. (It's just down the lane from Stella!, the other... Read More

With the Po Boy reigning supreme in New Orleans, there's a hoagie-sized gap for regular Jewish and Italian sandwiches done to a high standard, and it's... Read More

First, a disclaimer: you can’t actually drink beer here.  But what this legendary sandwich spot does have is a mind-boggling retail beer selection.... Read More

Prominent amid the colorful and detailed architecture and ornate street lamps of the French Quarter is the global-modern restaurant Stella. Having... Read More

Challenging you to celebrate your sweet tooth with touch of panache, this Garden District dessert boutique occupies a smart, clean-lined storefront... Read More

When I first moved to New Orleans Sukho Thai was one of the first restaurants I visited.  Properly authentic and squeaky clean, I was instantly... Read More

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