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This Frenchman St. restaurant is sure to be a crowd pleaser because it has a little bit of everything, from traditional Creole,  Cajun, Italian,  American cuisine and even live music! After dinner, take the group out for some of the best live music you will find in New Orleans, located just outside this restaurant’s front doors.


Located on Royal St. in the heart of New Orleans’ most premier art district Curio offers an eclectic spread of modern Creole cuisine in a bistro setting. Offering everything from a biscuits and gravy breakfast to a blackened redfish dinner, Curio’s menu does not disappoint.


Red Fish Grill is an award-winning casual New Orleans seafood restaurant located at the gateway to the French. With an oyster bar, wood fired grill, and ample seating for parties large and small, this is the perfect location to make reservations before you get to town!


Tujague’s is New Orleans’ second oldest dining institution, the birthplace of brunch and home to the oldest stand-up bar in America. Featuring shrimp remoulade, beef brisket with horseradish, “cap” bread (a Tujague’s original) and dark coffee in shot glasses, there are few places you can get a better taste of the French Quarter of old.


A real local favorite, Jacque-Imos is for bachelor parties that really know what’s up. This Uptown dinning establishment on Oak Street is known for its quintessential New Orleans Creole & Cajun menu and funky atmosphere. Oak St. is also home to the Maple Leaf music venue, which is a great place to stop in for a drink either before or after dinner.

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