Restaurants in New Orleans

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Parkway Bakery and Tavern’s signature sandwich, the po’boy, is available in more than 20 varieties, including fried catfish, hot corned beef... Read More

Parlez vous francais? Chef Aaron Burgau’s menu at Patois certainly does, but with a strong southern twang. Considering his commitment to locally... Read More

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Though it’s pretty off the beaten path in Metairie, this spot is well worth a side trip if you’re a true burger connoisseur. Phil’s features a checklist... Read More

Another West Bank staple, Pho Bang is as utilitarian as they get.  Here, don’t expect fancy glassware or cutlery because you won’t get it. ... Read More

Unlike most Vietnamese restaurants, Pho Orchid is open until midnight, meaning once you are done drinking at legendary whiskey bar Barrel Proof, their... Read More

Just a short hop away on the West Bank, this legendary Pho joint is the best in the city.  While the pho is obviously the dish to have, they also... Read More

The Pimm’s Cup is a refreshing combination of Pimm’s No. 1 (a low-alcohol citrus infused gin) lemonade, soda, and a cucumber.  Brought from London... Read More

Port of Call represents the best of classic "divey" eating in New Orleans. Situated centrally in the French Quarter, this burger joint-steakhouse combo... Read More

This bar at the Royal Street Inn stays dark and loud most of the night, and has been known to foster more than its share of spontaneous acts of bravado.... Read More

The Ramos Gin Fizz was invented by Henry Ramos in 1888 at the Imperial Cabinet Saloon in New Orleans.  It’s made with cream, gin, egg whites,... 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

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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

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

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