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Located steps off of Bourbon Street in the heart of the French Quarter, Arnaud’s offers classic Creole Cuisine and exemplary service in beautifully restored turn of the century dining rooms. Since its inception in 1918, Arnaud’s has remained true to its traditions and courtesies.


Located on Jackson Square attached to the historic Le Petit Theatre; Tableau is in the heart of the French Quarter. Tableau showcases regional ingredients and classic Creole dishes revisited. Highlighting flavors from Spanish, French, and Caribbean cuisine, Tableau’s dishes reflect a wide variety of flavors and influences combined with a modern approach.


Arguably the best Cajun restaurant in New Orleans, maybe the entire world! Chef Paul Prudhomme was the first chefs to turn Cajun cuisine into a gourmet dinning experience and is widely credited for popularizing the style of cooking across the United States.


With menus using flavors and techniques that play on Middle Eastern heritage Doris Metropolitan makes every effort to shine a spotlight on dry aged beef and the highest quality meats, offered alongside vegetable-forward appetizers, exotic and local seafood, and a thoughtfully sourced caviar menu.


The Pelican Club is a contemporary New Orleans restaurant located on historic Exchange Place in the French Quarter. Since opening the doors to the renovated 19th century Creole townhouse in 1990, chef and owner, Richard Hughes has offered a diverse menu based in south Louisiana tradition with French, Italian, and Asian influences reflecting the rich culinary culture of the city.


If your party is looking for a classic steak house, Galatoire’s 33 is one of the best New Orleans has to offer! Located on Bourbon St. you won’t have to wander far for a great meal

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