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The Three Muses
536 Frenchmen St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 298-8746
www.3musesnola.com

Neighborhood: Faubourg Marigny/Bywater
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Vegetarian, Tapas/Small Plates

Description: Three Muses is a chic, exciting, authentic restaurant and bar located on the musically famous Frenchman street. Three Muses is a great local spot to stop for drinks and small plates (and some fabulous entertainment) before heading out to explore the lively music scene in the area. The restaurant hosts special cocktail and dinner events, as well as unique music gigs that create an inspiring and unforgettable New Orleans vibe. Locals say make sure to check it out! Accepting reservations at 3musesnola.com or opentable.com.
Borgne
601 Loyola Ave., New Orleans, LA 70113 [Map It]
(504) 613-3860
www.borgnerestaurant.com

Neighborhood: Central Business District/Downtown
Attire: Business Casual
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Seafood, Local/Regional Fare, Gluten-Free

Description: Chefs John Besh and Brian Landry grew up fishing on Lake Borgne, the epicenter of coastal cuisine in Louisiana. Their shared passion for Louisiana seafood brought them together to create Borgne, a celebration of coastal Louisiana with a touch of Isleño influence. Borgne is a gathering place for locals and visitors alike, a CBD lunch spot, a quick bite before the game and a casual setting for a delicious dinner with friends. Borgne’s signature dishes include shrimp toast rissoles, oyster spaghetti and seafood stuffed flounder.
Cane and Table
1113 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
www.caneandtablenola.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Tapas/Small Plates

Description: Looking for some island flare, combined with Creole cuisine? Cane & Table in the French Quarter is the perfect restaurant and bar to visit! Self described as “rustic colonial cuisine with prototiki cocktails,” the restaurant offers fruity, island inspired drinks – with lots of rum, and customers rave about the restaurant's spin on an original BBQ dish - crispy rum ribs. Cane & Table is a mini-vacation during your trip to New Orleans and who can pass up a sunny island cocktail?
Atchafalaya
901 Louisiana Ave., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 891-9626
www.atchafalayarestaurant.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Dinner, Sunday Brunch (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Contemporary, Local/Regional Fare

Description: This neighborhood favorite serves down-home Southern classics like crispy fried green tomatoes with remoulade sauce, as well as delicate seafood dishes like the amberjack topped with crabmeat and beurre blanc. Daily specials nearly outnumber the menu and are more exotic, including grilled redfish topped with crawfish sauce and soft-shell crab stuffed with crabmeat. Early bird specials run from 5:30-7:00PM. Reservations recommended.
Jacques-Imo's Cafe
8324 Oak St., New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 861-0886
www.jacquesimoscafe.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun

Description: Delicious food and a lively atmosphere make Jacques-Imo's a popular spot for locals and out-of-towners alike. Specialties include oyster-filled eggplant bathed in rich shitake mushroom cream, deep-fried roast beef po' boy or tomato-based "Cajun bouillabaisse" laced with herbs and a generous supply of oysters, shrimp, and mussels, just to name a few. For a truly intimate meal, try to get a reservation at the two-top in the pickup truck parked outside.
Annunciation Restaurant
1016 Annunciation St, New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 568-0245
www.annunciationrestaurant.com

Neighborhood: Arts District/Convention Center
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Seafood, Creole, Local/Regional Fare

Description: Self-described as romantic, rustic, and intimate, this Creole-Cajun bistro is dedicated to serving the best, most delicious, New Orleans-style dishes and seafood. Annunciation Restaurant is stylish, decorated with candles, natural brick walls, and bistro chairs that create a truly unique, comfortable ambiance for diners. The restaurant is famously known for its Fried Oysters with Melted Brie and Sautéed Spinach appetizers, as well as its commitment to serving the highest-quality, locally sourced seafood dishes.
Brigtsen's Restaurant
723 Dante St., New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 861-7610
www.brigtsens.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$$$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Creole

Description: Owned and operated by Frank and Marna Brigtsen, Brigtsen's serves award-winning modern Louisiana cuisine in a renovated Victorian cottage. The menu changes daily and features fresh, local ingredients.

*This is the restaurant of James Beard Award Winner, Frank Brigtsen, Best Chef: South (1998).

Meril
424 Girod St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 526-3745
www.emerilsrestaurants.com

Neighborhood: Arts District/Convention Center
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: American, Contemporary

Description: Meril is Chef Emeril Lagasse's fourth restaurant in New Orleans, located in the Central Business District.
Mr. B's Bistro
201 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 523-2078
www.mrbsbistro.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$$$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner, Sunday Brunch (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Contemporary

Description: This clubby, relaxed and comfortable French Quarter bistro specializes in Contemporary Creole Cooking. Hickory Grilled meats, seafood and vegetables dominate a menu lush with local and regional ingredients. Dine on our world famous Pasta Jambalaya and Barbeque Shrimp. Carmelized Tuna and Pepper Crusted Duck are two spectacular dinner entrees not to be missed! Join us for Sunday Jazz Brunch featuring Joe Simon's Jazz Trio. Locals know that Mr. B's is the place to B and B Seen!
Restaurant R'evolution
777 Bienville St., Royal Sonesta Hotel, New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 553-2277
www.revolutionnola.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$$$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner, Sunday Brunch (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Creole, Local/Regional Fare

Description: A collaboration of two great chefs, John Folse and Rick Tramonto, and their imaginative interpretations of classic Creole and Cajun cuisine. Served in a spectacular setting of five historically designed dining rooms that blend antique architectural details of grand French Quarter homes with contemporary accents.
Tujague's
823 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 525-8676
www.tujagues.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, French

Description: In New Orleans, where restaurants come and go like a cool day in August, Tujagues has survived eras of war, derpession, and "low-cal" to marke 140 years of outstanding creole cuisine. What has kept patrons and visitors coming back to Tujague's is its food, service, atmosphere, and more atmosphere. When a restaurant has been around as long as Tujague's and has entertained the likes of Cole Porter, O. Henry, Eleanor Roosevelt, Diane Sawyer, Don Johnson, and Dan Akroyd, it must offer more than just good food. Visitors and locals alike want a traditional New Orleans scene complete with ceiling fans, picturesque balconies and a melange of local flavor and at Tujague's they can get their fill. Long before New Orleans bore the name "New Orleans", the bulding at 823 Decatur served as a Spanish armory. Today, Tujague's Restaurant still bears a great resemblance to the Tujague's of old -- The ornately framed mirror brought over from Paris in 1856 by Guillaume Tujague still stands behind the bar. The cypress bar itself is legendary - As New Orleans' oldest standing bar, it survived prohibition with no liquor and three bartenders. Guest books chronicle 140 years of patronage with signatures of such notables as Ty Cobb and John D. Rockefeller. Dining rooms are modest, yet cozy, displaying photographs of famous and infamous patrons, as well as shadowboxes filled with the restaurant's extensive miniature liquor/liquer bottle collection numbering over 5,000.
Domilise's Restaurant and Bar
5240 Annunciation St., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 899-9126

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Bar/Pub Food, Delis & Sandwiches, Po-Boys

Description: Family operated for over 70 years. Original New Orleans Po-Boys. Roast beef, fried shrimp and fried oysters are highly recommended. This is a real New Orleans treat.
Irene's Cusine Of The French Quarter
539 St. Philip St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 529-8811

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Continental, Italian

Description: Famous for their duck St. Philip which is roasted crispy and glazed with raspberry demi-glace, this Italian restaurant is a favorite amongst the locals. The favorites do not stop at dinner, try the Chocolate Hazelnut Truffle or the Bananas Foster bread pudding for dessert. No reservations.
Cafe Degas
3127 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119 [Map It]
(504) 945-5635
www.cafedegas.com

Neighborhood: Esplanade Ridge
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Sunday Brunch (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: French

Description: Named after the 19th century French Impressionist, Edgar Degas, who once lived nearby in the fashionable Creole district, Cafe Degas is a charming place to eat outdoors with all the comforts of indoor dining. Located on verdant Esplanade Avenue, this chic neighborhood restaurant provides a pleasant atmosphere on cool evenings or sunny afternoons and even rain falling on the tin roof offers a soothing accompaniment to your meal. Cafe Degas offers a variety of classic French fare with a touch of Creole. Lunch and dinner 7 days a week and Brunch on Saturday and Sunday
Cochon
930 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 588-2123
www.cochonrestaurant.com

Neighborhood: Arts District/Convention Center
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Contemporary, Local/Regional Fare

Description: Chef Donald Link serves the flavors of Cajun country in a rustic yet contemporary setting. Stop in for locally sourced dishes made in the old style, from a wood-burning oven, many of them served with freshly cooked vegetables on the side that are garnished to your taste. Cochon means "pig" in French, so it's no surprise that the pork dishes served here are stellar.

*Cochon is the restaurant of James Beard Award Winner, Stephen Stryjewski, who won Best Chef: South 2011.

Emeril's Delmonico
1300 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 525-4937
www.emerilsrestaurants.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$$$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Contemporary, Creole, Local/Regional Fare

Description: Located on the famed St. Charles Avenue streetcar line, Delmonico, the legendary, century-old institution, is an icon in the restaurant industry and as been a cornerstone of traditional Creole dining since 1895. Reopened by Emeril Lagasse in 1998 after an extensive historic renovation, Delmonico continues today serving a modern style of Louisiana’s Creole cuisine with Emeril’s warm style of service in a grand setting. The menu features Creole classics interpreted with a global palate. The bar is the perfect setting for a sazerac or special bottle from the restaurant’s second floor cellar.
Emeril's Restaurant
800 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 528-9393
www.emerilsrestaurants.com

Neighborhood: Arts District/Convention Center
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$$$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Contemporary, Local/Regional Fare

Description: The restaurant that won Emeril the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Southeast in 1991. This is Emeril Lagasse’s flagship restaurant in the heart of the historic Warehouse District! Nestled in a renovated Pharmacy warehouse on Tchoupitoulas Street, eight blocks from the Vieux Carre, the rustic interior features exposed brick and glass walls flanking one side of the main dining room, with plaster-lathe wood forming a wine wall on the other. Local artists are displayed creating an energetic, yet warm atmosphere that reflects the feel of the neighborhood. There is a food bar overlooking the open kitchen, where 10 or so lucky guests view Chef Emeril and his crew creating culinary delights directly in front of them. The chef's wine room recreates the feel of a wine cellar with oak barrel slat ceiling and slate. Over twenty five years after bursting onto the culinary scene it is still the talk of the town.
Johnny Sanchez
930 Poydras St., New Orleans, LA 70112 [Map It]
(504) 304-6615
www.johnnysanchezrestaurant.com

Neighborhood: Central Business District/Downtown
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Mexican
K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen
416 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 524-7394
www.kpauls.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$$$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Contemporary

Description: Chef Paul Prudhomme (1940-2015) will forever be remembered as a culinary legend in New Orleans and around the world. He opened this now-famous restaurant in 1979 and continued to operate it throughout his carrier.

K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen has recently undergone a complete renovation and now features scenic balcony and romantic courtyard dining, spacious dining rooms, three kitchens and a bakery. There is also K's Parlor for private parties and corporate events, which can seat up to 60 people. For larger functions, the entire upstairs is available and seats a maximum of 115 guests. In addition, K-Paul's offers special menus for off-site events that can accomodate seated dinners up to 150 people and receptions for 1,200 guests.

Snug Harbor
626 Frenchmen St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 949-0696
www.snugjazz.com

Neighborhood: Faubourg Marigny/Bywater
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Seafood

Description: The city's premier jazz club with live music seven nights a week. Ellis Marsalis is on stage most Fridays and Charmaine Neville sings most Mondays. A nice restaurant with great burgers and steaks is also on the premises. Two shows nightly at 9 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Apolline Restaurant
4729 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 894-8881
www.apollinerestaurant.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$$$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: American, Contemporary, Bistro, Local/Regional Fare

Description: Apolline is known for its French contemporary cuisine with Creole influences. The restaurant serves creative, unique dishes made entirely with local, fresh ingredients. Apolline is located in a charming, cozy, New Orleans cottage with dim lighting and rustic décor along Uptown’s popular Magazine Street. The restaurant serves dinner daily, weekend brunch, and happy hour during the week with drink specials and small plates.
Parkway Bakery and Tavern
538 Hagan Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119 [Map It]
(504) 482-3047

Neighborhood: Mid-City
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Bar/Pub Food, Delis & Sandwiches, Po-Boys

Description: Traditional New Orleans sandwiches and po-boys.
Toups Meatery
845 N. Carrollton Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119 [Map It]
(504) 252-4999
www.toupsmeatery.com

Neighborhood: Mid-City
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Creole, Local/Regional Fare

Description: Toups' Meatery is a contemporary Cajun restaurant. Chef Isaac Toups presents fine food and wine, specialty cocktails, and charcuterie inspired by deep-rooted Louisiana family traditions.
Bouligny Tavern
3641 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 891-1810
www.boulignytavern.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $
Open For: Dinner, Late Night (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Tapas/Small Plates

Description: Quietly becoming New Orleans' new place to be, Bouligny Tavern is a wine bar, cocktail lounge and small-plate dining destination brought to you by Chef John Harris of Lilette Restaurant. With a nod to a bygone era of service-first establishments, a full-bodied embrace of Mid-Century modern design and a well-polished glint on glasses raised in full tilt toward the 21st century, Bouligny Tavern is at once chic and cozy, elegant yet familiar. Bouligny Tavern's menu of refined yet approachable and affordable small-plates is complimented by a substantial list of thoughtfully selected wines—with a focus on French and Italian wines—and a well-crafted cocktail menu. Whether it's after work, prime time or late night...we look forward to serving you.
SoBou
310 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 552-4095
www.sobounola.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Contemporary, Creole, Tapas/Small Plates

Description: Make your way to SoBou, where you can experience the French Quarter like a local. Expect food and drink that pays homage to New Orleans in a debonair — though still rollicking —setting. Sip on well-made Sazerac cocktails while savoring fare like the foie gras burger or crispy oyster tacos. On weekdays, be sure to try their Two Bit (25-cent) lunchtime martinis.
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