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Cafe Amelie
912 Royal St., Princess of Monaco Courtyard, New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 412-8965
www.cafeamelie.com

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

Description: Cafe Amelie, located in the 150-year-old Princess of Monaco Courtyard in the French Quarter, is known for its fabulous Sunday brunch. Complete with specialty cocktails, Cafe Amelie is sure to impress.
Eat Restaurant
900 Dumaine St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 522-7222
www.eatnola.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Contemporary, Creole
DTB
8201 Oak St., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 518-6889
www.dtbnola.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Seafood, Contemporary, Creole, Local/Regional Fare, Vegan

Description: DTB, short for Down the Bayou, is a modern Creole Cajun restaurant by Carl Schaubhut. Menu highlights include Vegan Mushroom Boudin Balls, Crawfish Bread and a Brown Buttered Old Fashion.
Ye Olde College Inn
3000 S. Carrollton Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 866-3683
www.CollegeInn1933.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: American, Seafood, Creole, Gluten-Free

Description: Since 1933, Ye Olde College Inn has served generations of New Orleanians. Our menu features our latest Creole specials and plenty of twists on traditional New Orleans standards. We are now serving dinner and cocktails Tuesday through Saturday in our newly renovated restaurant, located next to the former College Inn. We also have the largest restaurant farm in Louisiana, located adjacent to our restaurant where we grow a variety of fresh produce used in our menu items. Next-door is another New Orleans landmark, the Rock'n'Bowl®. Join us for a night of food, beverages, music, family, friends, and everything that makes New Orleans our home.
Tomas Bistro
755 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 527-0942
www.tomasbistro.com

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

Description: Tomas Bistro is uniquely located in an old-factory, brick building in the Central Business District. The restaurant is decorated to resemble romantic and simple Parisian style, with mahogany furniture and classical French music. Tomas Bistro serves a diverse blend of tastes and dishes, including gulf fish, rabbit, quail, venison, and crawfish crepes. All the seafood served at Tomas is bought from Louisiana waters and prepared fresh daily. In addition to delicious dinner appetizers and entrees, diners are warned not to skip out on Tomas Bistro’s rich, decadent deserts, including Chocolate Bread Pudding and Burgundy Poached Pear.
Trinity Restaurant
1117 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 325-5789
www.trinityrestaurantneworleans.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Contemporary, Creole, Local/Regional Fare
Criollo Restaurant & Lounge
214 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 681-4444
www.criollonola.com

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

Description: Criollo is the Spanish word for Creole, and true to its name, Criollo presents an amalgamation of Spanish, Italian, French, Caribbean, and African cuisines. Fresh, local produce and a seasonal menu reflect an appreciation for contemporary culinary tastes.
Gabrielle Restaurant
2441 Orleans Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119 [Map It]
(504) 603-2344
www.gabriellerestaurant.com

Neighborhood: Treme
Attire: Business Casual
Open For: Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Creole

Description: Now located in the Treme neighborhood, Gabrielle offers contemporary creole-cajun cuisine in an intimate setting. Only fresh ingredients are used in the preparation of dishes and the menu changes weekly. Try the Oysters Gabie, Slow-Roasted Duck, and Peppermint Patti - a slice of brownie cake with home- made peppermint ice cream topped with a warm chocolate sauce.
Brisbi's Lakefront Restaurant & Bar
7400 Lakeshore Dr., New Orleans, LA 70124 [Map It]
(504) 304-4125
www.brisbisrestaurant.com

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

Description: Brisbi’s Lakefront Restaurant & Bar is one of the few New Orleans Waterfront Restaurants located on the New Basin Canal, overlooking the Orleans’ Marina just off of Lake Pontchartrain. Brisbi’s offers a traditional New Orleans driven culinary menu with contemporary culinary compliments. In addition, we are proud and enthusiastic about our emphasis on the local seafood market.
Cafe Sbisa
1011 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 522-5565
www.cafesbisanola.com

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

Description: French Creole fare in the heart of the French Quarter
Bon Ton Cafe
401 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 524-3386
www.thebontoncafe.com

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

Description: Serving authentic Cajun dishes from family recipes since the 1950s. Friendly service and great food served with Old New Orleans ambiance in a casual atmosphere. Located in the Central Business District adjacent to the French Quarter, Bon Ton is the oldest cajun restaurant in New Orleans. Try the 5-course crawfish sampler dinner.
New Feelings Cafe Bar & Courtyard Lounge
2600 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70117 [Map It]
(504) 446-0040
www.feelingscafe.com

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

Description: Located in Faubourg-Marigny at the corner of Franklin and Chartres. New Feelings Cafe Bar & Courtyard Lounge are housed in the D’Aunoy Plantation erected in the 1790's. The restaurant features live music Wednesday through Saturday. On weekend evenings there is dining upstairs in The Parlour and balcony which overlooks the courtyard. In business since 1979 some well known dishes include duck confit, hangar steak, drum fish in a sun choke purée and our chicken liver mousse appetizer. Stay a while and save room for the flourless chocolate cake.
The Ruby Slipper Cafe - Marigny
2001 Burgundy St, New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 525-9355
www.therubyslippercafe.net

Neighborhood: Faubourg Marigny/Bywater
Attire: Casual
Open For: Breakfast, Lunch, Sunday Brunch (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Coffee Shops, Creole, Local/Regional Fare, Breakfast
Ruby Slipper Cafe- Uptown
2802 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 525-9355
www.therubyslippercafe.net

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Casual
Open For: Breakfast, Lunch (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: American, Creole, Breakfast

Description: Inspired by Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, there truly is “no place like home” for the owners of Ruby Slipper Café. Having returned to NOLA after Hurricane Katrina, Ruby Slipper Café was opened in an attempt to support and rebuild the community. The café is committed to environmental sustainability through composting and recycling programs, and supporting local businesses by buying locally made products. Ruby Slipper Café has been consistently named Best New Orleans Breakfast and Brunch spot, and receives well-deserved praise from regulars who think of the café as home. With four locations throughout the city, Ruby Slipper is easily accessible and a must-go for delicious Southern eats.
Ruby Slipper- French Quarter
1005 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70112 [Map It]
(504) 525-9355
www.therubyslippercafe.net

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Casual
Open For: Breakfast, Lunch (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: American, Creole, Breakfast

Description: Inspired by Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, there truly is “no place like home” for the owners of Ruby Slipper Café. Having returned to NOLA after Hurricane Katrina, Ruby Slipper Café was opened in an attempt to support and rebuild the community. The café is committed to environmental sustainability through composting and recycling programs, and supporting local businesses by buying locally made products. Ruby Slipper Café has been consistently named Best New Orleans Breakfast and Brunch spot, and receives well-deserved praise from regulars who think of the café as home. With four locations throughout the city, Ruby Slipper is easily accessible and a must-go for delicious Southern eats.
The Ruby Slipper Cafe
139 South Cortez St., New Orleans, LA 70119 [Map It]
(504) 309-5531
www.therubyslippercafe.net

Neighborhood: Mid-City
Attire: Casual
Open For: Breakfast, Lunch (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: American, Creole, Breakfast

Description: Inspired by Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, there truly is “no place like home” for the owners of Ruby Slipper Café. Having returned to NOLA after Hurricane Katrina, Ruby Slipper Café was opened in an attempt to support and rebuild the community. The café is committed to environmental sustainability through composting and recycling programs, and supporting local businesses by buying locally made products. Ruby Slipper Café has been consistently named Best New Orleans Breakfast and Brunch spot, and receives well-deserved praise from regulars who think of the café as home. With four locations throughout the city, Ruby Slipper is easily accessible and a must-go for delicious Southern eats.
World Famous N'awlins Cafe & Spice Emporium
1100 N. Peters St., #15-19, New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 528-7770
www.worldfamousnawlins.com

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

Description: The World Famous N’awlins Café & Spice Emporium is a New Orleans local gift shop that specializes in the authentic tastes and flavors of the city. The store offers hundreds of spice blends and hot sauce products, as well as local dish blends, for visitors to enjoy. You can’t leave New Orleans without bringing the tastes of Louisiana home so be sure to visit!
Albertine's Tea Room
3811 St. Charles Ave., Columns Hotel, New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 899-9308, (800) 445-9308
www.thecolumns.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$$$
Open For: Breakfast, Sunday Brunch (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Seafood, Creole, Breakfast

Description: Located in the Columns Hotel, the beautiful Albertine’s Tea Room is nestled between Victorian decor and French stained glass. No matter what the occasion, guests who visit the Albertine Tea room are sure to have a memorable, elegant experience.
Restaurant Rebirth
857 Fulton St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 522-6863
www.restaurantrebirth.com

Neighborhood: Arts District/Convention Center
Attire: Business Casual
Price Range: $$$
Open For: Dinner, Late Night (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Contemporary, Creole
Oceana Grill
739 Conti St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 525-6002
www.oceanagrill.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$$
Open For: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Seafood, Creole, Local/Regional Fare, Breakfast, Po-Boys

Description: Oceana Grill is THE choice for locals. All cravings are satisfied as Oceana serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night. Try the world famous crab cakes and the best char-grilled oysters in New Orleans. Reservations accepted and recommended during busy times and for large parties.
Cafe Reconcile
1631 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70148 [Map It]
(504) 568-1157
www.cafereconcile.com

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

Description: Cafe Reconcile is a non-profit project of Reconcile New Orleans and the St. John Francis Regis Hospitality School, a program of Fr. Harry Tompson, S.J., and Immaculate Conception Jesuit Church. The cafe provides at-risk teens and young adults with the skills they need to succeed in jobs in the restaurant business.
Cafe Dauphine
5229 Dauphine St., New Orleans, LA 70117 [Map It]
(504) 309-6391
cafedauphine.wixsite.com

Neighborhood: Gentilly/New Orleans East/Chalmette
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Creole, Local/Regional Fare

Description: Café Dauphine is an authentic New Orleans restaurant with a goal of reviving the Ninth Ward dining experience and bringing good, quality food paired with a friendly atmosphere to the historic neighborhood. Café Dauphine prides itself on the surrounding community and serving customers great dishes made with love and passion. If you are looking to explore a new area of the city, Café Dauphine will be a great stop on your excursion!
New Orleans Creole Cookery
508 Toulouse St., Suite C110, New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 524-9632
www.neworleanscreolecookery.com

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

Description: Launched by A.J. and Anna Tusa of the famous New Orleans Tusa restaurant family, the New Orleans Creole Cookery boasts a spark of new-generation energy, presenting some of New Orleans’ most treasured cooking traditions in an innovative setting that speaks to the way people dine today. Take a look at the traditional Creole menu which includes Shrimp Creole and Gumbo three different ways.
Royal House
441 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 931-5492
www.royalhouserestaurant.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Attire: Business Casual
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Cajun, Creole, Local/Regional Fare, Po-Boys

Description: This Seafood and Oyster Bar has delectable delights in a casual yet romantic atmosphere. Let us help you escape right into the true heart of New Orleans! Enjoy the smell of fresh steamed seafood, delicious chef creations, and ice cold raw oysters at one of the city’s largest oyster bars.
Marjie's Grill
320 S. Broad St., New Orleans, LA 70119 [Map It]
(504) 603-2234
www.marjiesgrill.com

Neighborhood: Mid-City
Attire: Casual
Price Range: $$
Open For: Lunch, Dinner (Call ahead for hours)
Cuisine Type/s: Middle Eastern, Thai, Vietnamese, Creole

Description:

Marjie’s Grill is inspired by Southeast Asian bar food and the local bounty of the Gulf South. The food combines the funky flavors found on the streets of Vietnam, Laos and Thailand with open fire cooking techniques and local seasonal ingredients sourced from the farms neighboring New Orleans.

Owner, Marcus Jacobs, spent six years at Herbsaint Bar and Restaurant; eventually rising to become the Executive Sous Chef before leaving to travel Southeast Asia and follow his dream of opening Marjie’s Grill.
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