The grand dame of New Orleans’ old-line restaurants, Galatoire’s has remained committed to culinary excellence for more than a century. Under the guidance of the fourth generation of family ownership, it is her time-honored customs that still bind this renowned restaurant. Above all others, her rich tradition of serving authentic French Creole cuisine at a level that raises consistency to an art form. It is often said that the beauty of Galatoire’s is that things never change. Even after 100 years, ageless New Orleans favorites grace her menu just as they did in 1905.
209 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Only a half block from Courtyard in the Quarter, and one of our favorites
At EAT, you’ll find a wide array of Cajun, Creole, and other New Orleans favorites on the menu. “we aim to serve food as fresh and satisfying as our mamas make — all in the comfort of our sunny dining room in the heart of the French Quarter”. 900 Dumaine StreetNew Orleans, Louisiana 70116504 522 7222www.eatnola.com Tuesday through Fridaylunch: 11am – 2pmdinner: 5:30pm – 10pm Saturdaybrunch: 9am – 2pmdinner: 5:30pm – 10pm Sundaybrunch: 9am – 2pm Closed Monday
Vacherie is the home of authentic Cajun food in the heart of New Orleans’ historic French Quarter. The restaurant, bar, and cafe are located on the first floor of the Hotel St. Marie, at the corner of Toulouse and Dauphine Streets.
Vacherie restaurant is named for the town of Vacherie, Louisiana — a small community situated on the banks of the Mississippi River, not too far west of New Orleans. Chef Jarred Zeringue grew up there, amid the sprawling farms, grand live oaks, and antebellum plantations that characterize this quiet corner of Louisiana. Vacherie’s landscape and lifestyle are the direct inspirations for the Vacherie restaurant menus.
7 days: 7am – 8pm
M – F: 7am – 11am
Sa – Su brunch: 7am – 2pm
M – Sa: 6pm – 10pm
M – F: 11am – until
Sa – Su: 9am – until
From a snack to a full meal, food is served in the bar every day till 10pm. 827 Toulouse St, New Orleans, LA 70116
A bit outside the French Quarter, but worth it At Cochon, Chef Link has reconnected with his culinary roots, serving the traditional Cajun Southern dishes he grew up with. Chef Link and Chef/Co-owner Stephen Stryjewski are working with locally sourced pork, fresh produce and seafood, focusing on traditional methods, creating authentic flavors of Cajun country. The restaurant is set in a rustic, yet contemporary interior of a renovated New Orleans warehouse. 930 TCHOUPITOULAS STREETNEW ORLEANS, LA 70130504 588-2123www.cochonrestaurant.com HOURSMON-THURS 11 AM – 10 PMFRI-SAT 11 AM – 11 PMCLOSED SUNDAY
Located in a renovated warehouse with a bright yellow stucco facade, large French door windows, and second floor balcony, NOLA is Emeril’s casual and funky restaurant in the French Quarter. The eclectic menu at NOLA showcases rustic Louisiana and Southern cooking featuring local and regional ingredients and a few unexpected ethnic twists.
534 St. Louis Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
504 522 6652
http://www.emerilsrestaurants.com/nola-restaurant DinnerDaily from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. LunchThursday thru Sunday from 11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Nestled in the historic 150-year-old Princess of Monaco Courtyard and Carriage House on Royal Street in the French Quarter, Café Amelie is a rare combination of superb Louisiana fare served in a lush, enchanting New Orleans courtyard setting. After opening in 2005, Café Amelie quickly became a favorite of New Orleans locals and tourists alike, who faithfully flock to the café for its delicious food and refreshing cocktails. Café Amelie is known for having one of the most beautiful and romantic courtyards in the Quarter, where patrons can dine al fresco or inside the lovely air-conditioned dining rooms within the historic Carriage House. They also have a full bar offering an array of signature cocktail creations. Lunch: Wednesday-Sunday 11am-3pm Dinner: Wednesday-Sunday 5pm-9pm, Friday & Saturday ’til 10pmSunday Brunch: 11am-3pmCafe Amelie is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays 912 Royal StreetNew Orleans LA 70116504 412-8965www.cafeamelie.com
“In our kitchen, Chef Alex Harrell’s brings a straightforward, no-nonsense approach to cooking and sourcing the best ingredients from the southern United States. This approach carries over to our bar program that leans hard on the classics while leaving room for interpretation (as well as a healthy reverence for American whiskey).” Zagat quote:”Hold on for a delightful culinary ride” at this “warm, wood-paneled” French Quarter gastropub delivering “inventive” American eats backed by a “strong bar” pouring “brilliant” cocktails; a “lovely courtyard” and “cordial” service are additional perks, and thanks to “fair prices”, “hipster foodies” aren’t the only ones who dub it a “sweet escape” from the “busy” neighborhood. 625 Chartres St New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 504-265-8123www.sylvainnola.com Monday 5:30pm – 11pmTuesday 5:30pm – 11pmWednesday 5:30pm – 11pmThursday 5:30pm – 11pmFriday 11:30am – 2:30pm, 5:30pm – Midnight(bar open all day)Saturday 11:30am – 2:30pm, 5:30pm – Midnight(bar open all day)Sunday 10:30am – 2:30pm (Brunch), 5:30pm – 10pm(bar open all day)
Muriel’s Jackson Square
“While Dining at Muriel’s Jackson Square you will uncover the rich history and the past while celebrating the life of today. Indulge in the spirits of our Courtyard Bar while Sir Antoine and the spirits of yesteryear dine alongside of you. Embrace the historical ambience, feel the energy, and taste the love in every bite as the flavors dance on your palate while you discover a local treasure. Today you can find locals socializing just as they first did when our city was built. Within Muriel’s historic walls, the city of New Orleans was built by citizens that passed through. Today that savory energy for life can be felt by our patrons in the award winning Contemporary Creole Cuisine we serve.” 801 Chartres StreetNew Orleans, Louisiana 70116Phone: 504.568.1885 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LunchMonday-Saturday, 11:30am to 2:30pm Sunday Jazz Brunch11am to 2pm – Featuring Joe Simon’s Jazz Trio DinnerMonday-Friday 5:30pm to 10pmSaturday & Sunday 5pm to 10pm
Mr B’s Bistro
Mr. B’s Bistro, a New Orleans restaurant famous for its Creole cuisine with a focus on fresh regional products, is located in the heart of the French Quarter at the intersection of Royal Street and Iberville. This corner is a New Orleans landmark and celebrated food corner. Considered the original New Orleans gourmet bistro, Mr. B’s Bistro is owned and managed by Cindy Brennan, a member of the legendary New Orleans’ Brennan Family. 201 Royal Street 504 523-2078 www.mrbsbistro.com Lunch Mon – Sat, Sunday Jazz Brunch Dinner Nightly 5:30 – 9
This New Orleans institution has won the Best Gumbo category in the Best of New Orleans poll every year since 1999. Instead of a house gumbo, this restaurant offers seafood, okra and chicken-andouille versions of this indigenous soup as well as file gumbo with chicken. They are offered as sides or starters for a full menu of Creole cuisine served at the restaurant or in a variety of sizes to take home for dinner or a party. And the Gumbo Shop’s roux always comes out right. 630 Saint Peter StreetNew Orleans LA, 70116 T: 504-525-1486 www.gumboshop.com