Restaurants for Art & Design Lovers in New Orleans, Louisiana 

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  • 21

    Coop's Place

    Try the tasting plate. Delicious! Great intro to NOLA.

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  • 22

    Arnaud's Restaurant

    13 reviews

    Arnaud's is one of the Grand Dames of the French Quarter, recognized among locals and visitors alike as an authentic source for perfect creole cuisine. The recipe for trout amandine hasn't changed in decades. The menu features five different preparations of oysters; even more interesting is the secret upstairs Mardi Gras museum, featuring spectacular gowns worn by Germaine Cazenave Wells, ...

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  • 23

    Acme Oyster House

    32 reviews

    Acme has life-changing chargrilled oysters. I took my mother for some on her first-ever visit to New Orleans. She did not stop talking about them for the year between her visits, and when she returned, her greatest delight was introducing them to my father as if she had invented them herself. That's how possessive you get about these oysters. It ...

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  • 24

    Sylvain Restaurant

    4 reviews

    Ask a New Orleans bartender where he or she goes to have a drink, and two names come out above the rest: Erin Rose, a late-night spot off Bourbon, and Sylvain. The cocktails here are complex and the bartenders knowledgeable. I was offered a taste of the rhum agricole that formed the base of one of my drinks to make ...

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  • 25

    Commanders Palace Restaurant

    41 reviews

    I'm not a fan of the Brennan family restaurants or high end restaurants in general but Commander's is the exception. Go for lunch and enjoy a reasonably priced meal and 25 cent martinis...the best!

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  • 26

    Parkway Bakery & Tavern

    17 reviews

    If you can manage to find a seat, get a shrimp po'boy. You can eat them fried all by themselves, or attempt to stuff a dressed sandwich in your mouth. (Good luck with that.) Check out the patio seating if you can, the courtyard is pretty interesting.

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  • 27


    The original Brennan’s family restaurant plays host to a bevy of ghosts. The upstairs Red Room holds the spirit of a sordid, past building owner who couldn’t handle his financial ruin and committed suicide after murdering his own family. He appears dressed in 18th-century clothing and peers in disapprovingly and forebodingly at revelers and workers in his room. Additionally, long-time ...

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  • 28

    Cafe Beignet

    A really cute cafe serving beignets among other breakfast and Cajun items. I would go specifically for said beignets and coffee - but nothing else. If you have already done Cafe du Monde and/or are tired of lines, this is where you should go. There were definitely more locals who did the same.

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  • 29

    Mr B's Bistro

    14 reviews

    Our first meal in New Orleans! We started fancy :) What we got: - their famous BBQ shrimp - small portion to share but it's really good and messy! Our server didn't know we were going to share and ordered two. Because it was an accident he only charged us for one (yayyyyyyy because it's expensive). It's pretty hot so ...

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  • 30


    If you've heard of one fancy cocktail spot in New Orleans, it's probably Cure. With bartenders dressed the part in speakeasy-era garb and an apothecary's worth of bitters in droppers and misters arrayed around the bar, this thriving Freret Street spot has set the bar (drinking pun!) pretty high. It's almost too much, but the cocktails are just that good.

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  • 31

    Palace Cafe

    12 reviews

    My brother in law Cody is the chef here!!! It's fabulous!! chef cody was also on "chopped" on the food network.

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  • 32

    Port of Call

    16 reviews

    At the end of Bourbon Street is this amazing restaurant around the corner. It's definitely a filling meal with a great burger and baked potato. The drinks are great and definitely worth the walk. Take a drink and go enjoy Bourbon Street.

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  • 33


    12 reviews

    Rock N' Bowl 3000 S Carrollton Ave New Orleans, LA 70118 (504) 861-1700

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  • 34

    Three Muses

    11 reviews

    Crowd control at the door keeps the venue cozy and intimate instead of overcrowded. The music sounds great, the bartenders are helpful, and they stock local beer. Like other bars on Frenchmen Street, no cover to listen to the music other than buying at least one drink and tipping the musicians. Great place and a definite stop on the Frenchmen ...

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  • 35

    Johnny's Po-Boys

    If cornmeal-crusted oysters in a whopping Po' Boy served by amazingly nice women who call you "baby" and "honey" as if you were related to them is something you might enjoy, come here now.

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  • 36

    Galatoire's Restaurant

    10 reviews

    The scene is better than the food. No matter when you go their will always be politicians or businessmen eating and drinking. Anyone time its someones birthday everyone in the whole place sings. Always get the fresh New Orleans seafood. Oysters, trout, pompano, crab meat, and etc.

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  • 37

    The Camellia Grill

    10 reviews

    With its iconic, pink flower logo and electric-pink neon lettering, The Camellia Grill has been catching the eyes and sating the hungers of NOLA locals and visitors for decades. It’s an old school diner – burgers, fries, and shakes – with a giant, snaking countertop and bar seats planted all around the edges. The atmosphere is amazing, the cooks and ...

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  • 38

    Hard Rock Cafe - New Orleans

    11 reviews

    Located on the far end of Bourbon St, Hard Rock Cafe shares a building with the Hustler Store, Brennan's Red Fish Grill, and the Hyatt French Quarter in the former D.H.Holmes Department Store building. Come in and stuff face on classic Hard Rock fair, while the Jazz band that likes to loiter on the corner half a block away serenades ...

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  • 39


    10 reviews

    My favorite brunch spot in NOLA. Take a walk off the beaten path through the picturesque Bywater neighborhood, for impeccable Southern-style breakfast using all natural ingredients. Try the praline bacon!!

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  • 40


    9 reviews

    Bayona falls into the category of New Orleans contemporary fine dining. It's cultured, but a bit reserved for my taste (in terms of dishes and energy of the restaurant) compared to other dining options. It would be a great place for dinner with the in-laws.

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