7 Replies Latest reply: Feb 27, 2010 5:20 PM by newhiltonmembr RSS

New Orleans Eats!

traveler2 Platinum
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Going to NO for the first time and staying at the Renaissance.  Would like some restaurant suggestions.  We like all foods but would love to have some typical NO food.  Also, would love to sit in a lounge or cocktail bar and listen to some Jazz. Any ideas? As always....thanks for the help!

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    ricoviaje Platinum
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    Try Emril's NOLA on St. Louis Street. Atr there last week and ir was the third year in a row. The menu is traditional with Emril flair; prices are reasonable, service usually great, and the bistro setting makes it fun. It is not a place for a quiet or romantic meal.

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    fds002 Platinum
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    Best Po Boys in town - Parkway Bakery

    Best Seafood Boiled - The Galley on Old Metairie Road

    Best Tex Mex - Superior Grill

    Best wood fired Pizza - Louisiana Pizza Kitchen at the French Market

    Best Local Inexpensive Food - Coop's

    Best Upsacle Priced Food in the French Quarter-

    Pelican Club, Broussard's, NOLA, K-Pauls', August,

    My Favorite to entertain clients- Mr. B's Bistro on Royal Street

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    newhiltonmembr Platinum 3 Reviews
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    Totally agree with NOLA!

     

    Here are some more...

    Acme Oyster Bar for seafood and, obviously, oysters

    Gumbo Shop

    Commander's Palace

    Brennan's for it's famous breakfast

    Galatoire's

    Arnaud's

    Court of Two Sisters for jazz brunch

    Pascal's Manale for BBQ shrimp

    Crescent City Brewhouse

    Magnolia Grill for late night or breakfast (it's uptown)

    Cafe du Monde is a must do, it's a tradition to end a good night there with coffee and beignets

    Pat O'Brien's for its famous Hurricanes and dueling pianos

     

    Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez!!!

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    jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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    Never had shrimp any better that Pascale Manales!

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    newhiltonmembr Platinum 3 Reviews
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    Oops... sorry, I meant Cafe du Monde for coffee and beignets.

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    traveler2 Platinum
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    Thanks to all that replied.  We are leaving for NO next week and will let you all know how it went.The tips were great and looking forward to trying some of them. Already have reservations at NOLA so we are off to a good start!

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    newhiltonmembr Platinum 3 Reviews
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    K-Paul's on Chartres St. in the Quarter.... had a very good meal there also.  Well know for his blackened fish.

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