As everyone knows, New Orleans is a great place to eat. The cuisine is legendary. Find out about the famous restaurants you've heard about in New Orleans.
A Classic Creole restaurant in the French Quarter since the 1840's.
The home of Shrimp Remoulade, Arnaud's is a storied restaurant in the French Quarter.
The Grand Dame of New Orleans restaurants is Commander's Palace located in the Garden District. Commander’s is a restaurant where the service and ambience match the excellence of the cuisine.
The beautiful location in an old home in the French Quarter adds to the enjoyment of great food at Bayona.
Clancy's is a neighborhood restaurant that is upscale and classic.
For the ultimate in indulgence, try a wonderful breakfast in the courtyard at Brennan's in the French Quarter.
Muriel's offers hauntingly good food in a haunted building.
This small Uptown restaurant has moved to the French Quarter, but has mantained the great food and service.
Everyone knows Emeril and BAM! He's a great chef. Emeril's in the Warehouse/Arts District is his premier restaurant in New Orleans.
(c)2004 Sharon Keating
One of the best Creole restaurants in New Orleans, Upperline is in a quiet part of Uptown Mew Orleans.
John Besh, one of New Orleans' premier chefs, presides over Restaurant August in the Central Business District of New Orleans.