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BEARCAT CAFE UPTOWN

BEARCAT CAFE UPTOWN

Uptown
Local Favorite, great for Breakfast or Lunch close to Freret St, with outdoor seating with a view. Known for its ‘Bad Cat’ or ‘Good Cat’ picks. Delicious small-batch coffee and their homemade bottled teas are a must grab.

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Jacques-Imo’s

Jacques-Imo’s

A casual, mural-lined hot spot, Jacques quirky Carrollton restaurant offers an eclectic Creole menu with some unusual favorites. You Must Try the Shrimp and Alligator Sausage cheesecake!

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The Camellia Grill

The Camellia Grill

Uptown
It’s famous for classic diner fare dished out by bow-tied servers to hungry customers at a large shared counter. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner and leave room for Dessert because their “Freezes” are a MUST!

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Lula Restaurant Distillery

Lula Restaurant Distillery

In the heart of New Orleans, expertly crafted food, spirits and cocktails come together in a unique privately owned micro-distillery and restaurant. We are quintessentially southern with a distinct Louisiana influence.

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Jack Rose

Jack Rose

Lower Garden District
A manifestation of New Orleans’ love of celebration through food and drink. Jack Rose features menu items that are a mix of New Orleans’ craveable Italian, French Spanish dishes. Jack Rose is located within the historic Pontchartrain Hotel

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Seed

Seed

Lower Garden District
Yes, it’s Vegan but they’ve created a very approachable plant-based dining experience.

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Cochon RESTAURANT

Cochon RESTAURANT

Located in charming, historic digs, Cochon specializes in pork dishes & imaginative Cajun eats.Serving traditional Cajun southern dishes featuring locally sourced pork, fresh produce and seafood.

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Pêche Seafood Grill

Pêche Seafood Grill

Pêche serves simply prepared contemporary dishes, rustic creations cooked on an open hearth, as well as fresh oysters and Gulf fish. All inspired by the cooking of South America, Spain, and the Gulf Coast.

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Central City BBQ

Central City BBQ

Downtown
Serving up unmatched BBQ cuisine in a fun, funky setting, this BBQ restaurant may be newer to the city than some, but it’s time-honored recipes are honed through decades of dedication to the culinary craft of BBQing.

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Wakin’ Bakin’

Wakin’ Bakin’

Mid City
Breakfast, Brunch, and Lunch that’s fresh and fun! Wakin’ Bakin’ uses as much local product as they can get their hands on and uses locally-owned purveyors for the rest to provide a fun & funky local food experience.

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Juan’s Flying Burrito – Mid-City

Juan’s Flying Burrito – Mid-City

Mid City
Loosely based on the San Francisco Mission-style burrito joints, Juan’s makes food to order and finishes their flavors on the grill. With a sizable menu and flavorful margaritas this is a funky, bustling space.

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Toups Meatery

Toups Meatery

Mid City
Slow cooked, meltingly tender Lamb Neck, Confit Chicken Thighs with chicken liver and cornbread dressing, and other substantive dishes that reflect Chef Isaac’s sophisticated approach to Cajun cuisine.

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Cafe Degas

Cafe Degas

Mid City
Named after the 19th-century French Impressionist Edgar Degas, who once lived further down the same oak-lined avenue, Cafe Degas is known as one of the most intimately romantic places in the city.

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Willie Mae’s Scotch House

Willie Mae’s Scotch House

Treme
Willie Mae’s Scotch House was established in 1957 as a bar in NOLA’s Historic Treme neighborhood.The aromas of Mississippi and Louisiana cuisine emanating from the kitchen filled the air and brought on constant demand for delicious food

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Dat Dog

Marigny
Dat Dog’s artfully crafted cuisine of Hot Dogs, sausages (including vegetarian, vegan and fish), burgers and chicken (fried, grilled or tossed in buffalo sauce) are a thing of beauty.

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Sneaky Pickle Nola

Sneaky Pickle Nola

Bywater
Unassuming outdoor cafe with a daily vegetarian-focused menu of farm-fresh, from-scratch fare.

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N7

N7

Bywater
Located in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans, N7 is a neighborhood French restaurant and wine bar. Founded by filmmaker Aaron Walker and chef Yuki Yamaguchi, N7 specializes in French cuisine, often infused with a Japanese touch.

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The High Hat Cafe

The High Hat Cafe

Uptown
Don’t let the name fool you, this local hot spot is known for it’s Fried Catfish, Smoked Roaster Chicken, Delta Tamales, BBQ Shrimp, Slow Roasted Pork, and Fresh Gulf Fish. They also have a full bar featuring local craft brews.

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District Donuts Sliders Brew

District Donuts Sliders Brew

Lower Garden District
A locals favorite for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dessert. This comfy sidewalk cafe offers coffee drinks, delicious little burgers & unbelievable DONUTS!! all made from scratch.

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Pêche Seafood Grill

Pêche Seafood Grill

Lower Garden District
Pêche serves simply prepared contemporary dishes, rustic creations cooked on an open hearth, as well as fresh oysters and Gulf fish. All inspired by the cooking of South America, Spain, and the Gulf Coast.

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The Country Club

The Country Club

Hidden away in New Orleans’ charming Bywater neighborhood, The Country Club offers an elegant escape from everyday living. Their beautifully renovated restaurant and bar deliver exquisite food and drink in sophisticated surroundings.

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Cafe Du Monde French Market

Cafe Du Monde French Market

Downtown
A New Orleans landmark, located on Jackson Square, Cafe du Monde offers the original beignet, the state doughnut of Louisiana.

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Brennan’s

Brennan’s

For nearly seven decades, Brennan’s has charmed the palates and hearts of patrons with its splendid ambiance, impeccable service, and authentic Creole cuisine.

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Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant in the French Quarter

Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant in the French Quarter

This place came highly recommended by locals. They give you so much food, the dinners are way too much for the average person. The catfish was so light and flaky and the breading is perfect and nicely compliments the fish! Its the best fried fish I’ve ever had! The barbecue shrimp is very good. It is not barbecue as we know it in Chicago. It is sautéed in this oily, buttery, aggressively seasoned sauce and my husband thoroughly enjoyed it! The spicy whole potatoes that they give you as a appetizer is pleasantly different from any appetizer we’ve had and they are very, very good!

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St. Roch Market

St. Roch Market

Bywater, Gentilly, Marigny
Food Hall Featuring Local Vendors!

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Miss River

Miss River

If you are in NOLA you must dine at Miss River! You will be greeted and seated without any long waiting, best French 75 is served here. Oyster soup is the best in town and the whole snapper is so fresh and delicious! Thank you Luis, Andrea, Sara and all the staff! You are the best!

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The Apron, In Home Chef

The Apron, In Home Chef

The Apron, an in-home chef, is giving our guests a 35% discount.

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The Original Fiorellas’ Cafe

The Original Fiorellas’ Cafe

Gentilly
Counter serve for Southern classics & Italian favorites from a legacy New Orleans restaurant family.

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Melba’s on Elysian Fields Ave

Melba’s on Elysian Fields Ave

Gentilly
Po’ boys come in many varieties at this spacious fast-food spot with Southern staples like wings.

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Drago’s Seafood Restaurant – Metairie – The Original

Drago’s Seafood Restaurant – Metairie – The Original

Family- run restaurant with classic New Orleans seafood for a reasonable price. Open since 1969.

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Mr. Ed’s Oyster Bar & Fish House, Metairie

Mr. Ed’s Oyster Bar & Fish House, Metairie

Mr. Ed’s specializes in serving up a variety of local favorites in a friendly neighborhood restaurant setting. Whether you’re looking for seafood, steak, Italian, Creole, or a good old fashioned burger, we’ve got something for you.

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Chef Ron’s Gumbo Stop

Chef Ron’s Gumbo Stop

Unpretentious but cheery spot dispensing Cajun-Creole classics, including crawfish étouffée & gumbo.

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Manny Randazzo King Cakes

Manny Randazzo King Cakes

Very popular locally-owned king cake bakery. Manny Randazzo’s Pecan Praline King Cake was voted the best king cake after a series of taste tests at several local bakeries. It was crowned as the “King Cake King.”

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The Fresh Market

The Fresh Market

Upscale grocery store chain with an old-world vibe offers local produce, prepared eats, wine & more.

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Caffe Caffe

Caffe Caffe

Coffeehouse known for its menu of sandwiches, salads & baked goods in a warm cafe space.

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Ristorante Filippo

Ristorante Filippo

Traditional Italian entrees, steaks & wines are presented in an intimate space with a small bar.

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Marc Bruckel’s In-Home Chef Experience

Marc Bruckel’s In-Home Chef Experience

Indulge in the luxury of a personally tailored culinary journey, right in the comfort of your own home. As an expert chef, Marc Bruckel offers a completely customizable 3-course dinner, cooked on-site at your residence.

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Will’s Louisiana Seafood Catering

Will’s Louisiana Seafood Catering

Authentic New Orleans experience with Will’s Louisiana Seafood Catering. Born in NOLA, Chef Will guides a true Louisiana boil, sharing secrets of his amazing seafood. Unforgettable taste, ideal for your next Nola visit!

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Cochon Butcher

Cochon Butcher

Lower Garden District
Lauded choice in charming, historic digs specializing in pork dishes & imaginative Cajun eats.

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Muriel’s Jackson Square

Muriel’s Jackson Square

If you’ve never eaten at a Haunted Restaurant before, well here’s your chance!

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Mr. John’s Steakhouse

Mr. John’s Steakhouse

Lower Garden District
Best steak in the city, voted top 10 in the country – just make sure to make reservations early!

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Dooky Chase Restaurant

Dooky Chase Restaurant

Treme
Iconic New Orleans food – don’t miss your chance to meet Ms. Chase who is featured in the Smithsonian African American Museum!

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The Joint

The Joint

There aren’t many good BBQ places in NOLA, but if you’re in the Bywater don’t miss this gem!

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Elizabeth’s

Elizabeth’s

Bywater
Down-home country classics & a busy brunch in a bustling space hung with local art, plus a bar!

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