Atchafalaya – Casual-elegant dining in the Garden District, Atchafalaya Restaurant is a true New Orleans neighborhood eatery. Neighbors, locals, and out of town guests return often for a contemporary Creole cuisine, attentive service, time-tested favorites, and tasty new creations. Full bar and wine list.
Restaurant Rebirth – A trip to Cajun country without leaving the Warehouse District. Awesome drinks – especially the smoked bourbon – in an attractive atmosphere. Pork belly appetizer, stuffed fish, Mahi special, and gumbo are specialties. Full bar and wine list.
Pelican Club – A contemporary New Orleans restaurant in the historic French Quarter offering a diverse menu based in south Louisiana tradition with French, Italian, and Asian influences to reflect our rich culinary heritage. Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for over 20 years. Full bar and wine list.
Elysian Bar – An old church rectory in the Faubourg Marigny has become one of New Orleans’ most sought-after dining destinations. Exceptionally good food, friendly service, and patio dining. Feeling ‘devilish’? Try the Baked Eggs in Purgatory for brunch. Full bar and extensive wine list. Dress however you like.
Bistro Daisy – New American and Southern fine-dining with an accent on seasonal ingredients.
Excellent duck dish, great cocktails, and wonderful service in a quaint cottage in Uptown New Orleans. Full bar and short – but great – wine list.
GW Fins – In the heart of the French Quarter, GW Fins offers creative, ever-changing seafood menus featuring fresh catches in a stylishly updated warehouse space. Top Seafood Restaurant in New Orleans, according to Zagat. Full bar and wine list.
Arnaud’s – Since 1918, Arnaud’s has defined New Orleans fine dining. Enjoy this timeless upscale restaurant and lounge in the French Quarter featuring Creole cuisine, good cocktails & Dixieland jazz. Full bar and wine list. Business-casual attire.
Broussard’s – One of the four Culinary Grande Dames of New Orleans’ Historic French Quarter, Broussard’s is set apart by its elegant courtyard and its contemporary interpretations of classic Creole cuisine. Plus, with the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for its wine list and the beautifully appointed Empire Bar, it was voted one of the Best Bars in America by Esquire Magazine. Dress as you like.
Commander’s Palace – Since 1880, Commander’s has been a notable spot in Uptown New Orleans for refined Creole fare, with an elegant jazz brunch in a chandelier-hung space. Lunch features 25 cent martinis (limit 3). Jackets or ties are requested for gentlemen. No shorts on anybody. Full bar and wine list.
Trenasse – Located in the InterContinental Hotel in New Orleans’ Central Business District, Trenasse offers contemporary Cajun-Creole dishes, outdoor seating, and great service. Famous for crispy boudin bites, gumbo, duck confit, and house-made andouille. Full bar and wine list.
Bayona – One of the most-requested reservations in New Orleans, Bayona has wowed diners since 1990. Comfortable, fine dining in the French Quarter with courtyard seating, full bar, and wine list. Try the sweetbreads – a perennial favorite.
Ye Olde College Inn – Hamburgers, ice cold beer, big drinks, po-boys, jambalaya, and oysters with live music, dancing, and bowling at Rock’n’Bowl next door. It’s a classic gastropub in Mid-City. Don’t miss it! Full bar.
Brennan’s Restaurant – a New Orleans tradition since 1946 and the originator of the classic dish Bananas Foster. Innovative Creole menu with touches of French and Spanish flair. Dine in the heart of the French Quarter. Full bar and extensive wine list.
Napoleon House – For nearly 200 years, Napoleon House at the corner of Chartres and St Louis in the French Quarter has been a mecca for civilized eating and drinking. This world-renown restaurant is on the National Register of Historic Places. Try a Muffuletta sandwich – an homage to the original owner’s Italian roots – and a Pimm’s Cup, their signature drink. Full bar.
Toup’s Meatery – Just the place for carnivores, Toup’s Meatery in Mid-City features fine food, specialty cocktails, and house-made charcuterie inspired by deep-rooted Louisiana family traditions. If you love MEAT, it’s the place to eat. Full bar and wine list.