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Six Restaurants for New Orleans & Co.’s Fall Food Celebration

November 03, 2021
By: Staff

Broussard's has been a NOLA classic since 1920. Throughout November, Broussard's will be serving a special menu that showcases Louisiana pecans in each dish. This is part of the restaurant's celebration of over 100 years in business. Make sure to grab a drink at their Empire Bar. 819 Conti St., 504-581-3866, broussards.com

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Mother's is home to the world's best baked ham. The food is so good, it might even be better than your mom's cooking. They offer many NOLA classics like po-boys, gumbo, red beans and rice, and more. Save up for the bread pudding! 401 Poydras St., 504-523-9656, mothersrestaurant.net

Legacy Kitchen's Craft Tavern prides itself by offering refined American fare. Their oyster bar is particularly delicious. Try their daily brunch menu for some mouthwatering beignets or eggs benedicts. Grab one of their craft cocktails like the Louisiana Mule or the Saintsational. 700 Tchoupitoulas St. #3612, 504-613-2350, legacykitchen.com

Pascal's Manale is perhaps most known as being the birthplace of the famous BBQ shrimp dish. In addition to this classic, their menu offers all kinds of terrific Creole-Italian food. From crab cakes and oysters to filet mignon and veal, Pascal's does its best to leave everyone satisfied. Their wine list is also really extensive. 1838 Napoleon Ave., 504-895-4877, pascalsmanale.com

Seaworthy knowns its way around some fantastic tasting seafood. Their menu features wild-caught American oysters, as well as locally sourced fish and game. They're also offering a Friendsgiving menu on November 24, which is four courses for $65. Go during happy hour for half off select oysters! 630 Carondelet St., 504-930-3071, seaworthynola.com

Speaking of oysters, Felix's is best known for its oyster bar. Get your oysters on the half-shell or char-grilled, or go for the Oysters Rockefeller, Bienville, or du Jour. Felix's also offers plenty of traditional New Orleans dishes, as well as plenty of fried seafood platters. They also use wagyu beef for their burgers. Multiple Locations, felixs.com

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