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New Orleans Restaurants and Cafes

Costumed Revelers at Mardi Gras, New Orleans, Louisiana

Cajun, Creole and More...
New Orleans — world-famous for
its Beignets (pronounced "Ben-Yay"), Jambalaya, Po-Boys, Muffulettas, Crawfish and amazing Cajun and Creole cuisine — is a food-lovers delight.

Enjoy a variety of exotic cuisines from around the world. Many of
the city's historic restaurants are open and others are currently rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina.

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"Al Fresco" Dining
New Orleans is the place to enjoy dining outdoors on a patio or terrace. Be sure to include this request when making your reservations with OpenTable.
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Sunday Brunch
Whether it's a special occasion, an opportunity for friends to catch up, or a pleasant start to a lazy weekend day, Sunday brunch is a meal for relaxation and good company. Visit your favorite brunch spot this Sunday!
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Group Dinners or Parties
Planning a holiday party, business meal, or birthday for 8-20 people? You can now reserve online for groups!
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Restaurant Banquet Facilities
Banquet Facilities and Large Party Offerings in New Orleans
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New Orleans BBQ


Mardi Gras Mask, New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans Restaurants
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New Orleans Restaurants

528 By Todd English
Acme Oyster House
Antoine's Restaurant
Arnaud's — Classic Creole
Bella Luna Restaurant
— Closed

Café Du Monde
— Famous for its Beignets — a square piece of dough, fried and covered with powdered sugar. Sooooo good!

Galatoire's — 504-525-2021
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar
K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen
Magazine Street Restaurants
Mother's Restaurant — famous for its Poor Boy Sandwiches, Red Beans and Rice!
Morton's at Canal Place
NOLA Restaurant New Orleans
— Emeril Lagasse’s Restaurant
Palace Cafe
The Praline Connection
Ray's Over The River
Red Fish Grill
Riche By Todd English
Riverwalk Marketplace Restaurants
Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro
Tee Mulate’s — smaller version of the long-time favorite Mulate’s
The Court of Two Sisters

Ed's Favorite New Orleans Restaurants

More Info on French Quarter Restaurants

Magazine Street Restaurants

Riverwalk Marketplace Restaurants

Restaurant Reviews
Restaurants marked with a symbol are those we've reviewed. Those without a symbol — restaurants we've dined at and not yet reviewed, or those that have
been highly recommended by
other reviewers, business associates or friends — are
linked directly to their web sites.

* Fair
** Good
*** V. Good
**** Excellent

Most of the reviewed restaurants are rated Three and Four Stars — we tend not to publish reviews
of poor dining experiences...we prefer to focus on the positive ones. We find out about Restaurants through word-of-mouth, friends,
our readers, web sites, clients, newspapers, magazines, and
radio shows. Our reviews are unsolicited and free from the influence of advertising.

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