Spring Restaurant Guide

00:00 February 26, 2013
By: 2Fik


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1212 Royal St. • 522-1230


If you happen to be craving some unique food, look no further than Bennachin. The atmosphere is cozy and family-oriented, your dish will be made to order, and you won't leave hungry thanks to their more than generous portions. Stop in for lunch too for daily specials.


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City Diner

Harahan, Metairie • citydiner.biz

City Diner mixes the traditional diner experience with New Orleans favorites, serving dishes packed with fl avor. Serving food 24 hours a day, this can be your favorite daytime or nighttime restaurant. They are known to pay attention to detail, from their Crab Cakes Benedict to juicy burgers. Come try the city's largest pancake!

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Copeland's Cheesecake Bistro

Metairie, Uptown • 593-9955


Copeland's Cheesecake Bistro is, of course, known for their signature cheesecakes. It also serves dishes inspired by tastes found around the world, as well as signature cocktails that are a must-try. Don't miss their wonderful Sunday Jazz Brunch Buffet, with all dishes made from scratch.

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Daisy Dukes

CBD, French Quarter, Metairie


Daisy Dukes isn't concerned with being fancy. Their number-one priority is serving delicious southern Cajun food in a true southern atmosphere. Daisy Dukes offers breakfast all day, is open 24 hours, and delivers! They offer baskets of fried goodies, blackened fi sh platters, and even pizza. Try one of their spectacular Bloody Marys!

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435 Huey P. Long Ave. • 368-1114


Gattuso's has been in business for nearly a decade and is well versed when it comes to making a delicious meal. It's the kind of accommodating bar and grill that has a variety of specials, party menus, and satisfying dishes like the Pulled Pork Po-Boy. Swing by on the weekends for the live music.

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Gordon Biersch

200 Poydras St. • 552-2699


Featuring beers winning bronze, silver and gold in the Great American Beer Festival, this is not a venue to miss. Gordon Biersch offers a variety of decadent food pairings, like the Bistro Steak Combo, a combination of steak medallions and crab-stuffed shrimp that's perfectly paired with an original craft beer.

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House of Blues

225 Decatur St. • 529-BLUE


House of Blues is a crossroads for food, art, and music. Dine in at the House of Blues and delight in fresh food, including the Voodoo Shrimp, all while enjoying some live tunes. As if music and food weren't enough, this restaurant is also fortunate enough to have celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez consulting on its fi ne menu.

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Jamba Juice

Uptwon and Downtown • jambajuice.com

Jamba Juice is famous for their fresh fruit smoothies and health-inspired snacks. In addition to classic smoothies such as Mango-a-Go-Go, Jamba Juice also features 350-calorie sandwiches such as the Brie, Apple and Fig. Check out their Facebook page for ongoing specials like $2 wheatgrass on Mondays and $1 oatmeal on Wednesdays.

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Joey K's

3001 Magazine St. • 891-0997


Joey K's brings home-cooked meals directly to the restaurant. They are most known for their overstuffed po-boys, which are a must-try. Joey K's is a staple on Magazine Street serving red beans and rice daily and offering a full bar. Book your next special event in their private room!

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Juicy Lucy's

Mid-City, Metairie • 598-5044


Juscy Lucy's shtick is transforming their toppings into stuffi ng. Instead of ordering what to put on your burger, you order what you'll put in it. This makes Juicy Lucy's burgers some of the juiciest in the Big Easy. They also serve vegetarian and turkey options, along with classic American sides like sweet potato fries and onion rings.

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Katie's Restaurant & Bar

3701 Iberville St. • 488-6582


Katie's is an old-school neighborhood restaurant serving lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch in addition to a varied menu of po-boys, pizzas, and pastas. Dining at Katie's means becoming part of Katie's family, so go in, eat with family, and don't miss their Fresh Fish Fridays and Seafood Platter during Lent.


Ma Momma's House

5741 Crowder Blvd. • 241-2548

Ma Momma's is open to satisfy your cravings all week long. The owners pride themselves on customer service by specially marinating their fried chicken for the city's best chicken and waffl es. Order some classic mac n' cheese or any number of sides and enjoy the fun, funky atmosphere.

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Manning's Restaurant

519 Fulton St. • 593-8118


Manning's mixes food and football in this upscale setting and premium location for any game of the night. As a sports-themed restaurant, Manning's offers high-end dining with Mississippi style while maintaining an emphasis on Louisiana cuisine. Make sure to reserve a seat in the End Zone and bring an appetite for food and football.

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Phil's Grill

Metarie, Harahan • 305-1705• phils-grill.com

This burger joint offers multiple toppings and sauces to keep your burger experience interesting and new. Phil's is a family-owned restaurant that caters to making your experience comfortable and memorable. Stop in to try The Wabbit Burger or their signature Cajun Asian Sweet Chili BBQ Sauce for a surprising taste packed with flavor.

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Spudly's Super Spuds

2609 Harvard Ave. • 455-3250 • spudlys.com

Spudly's is famous for serving baked potatoes largeand-loaded enough to be a full meal. Toppings range from bacon bits, cheese and sour cream to seafood choices, including crabmeat, crawfi sh and shrimp featured on Spudly's Super Duper Spud. Spudly's lets the imagination run wild with possibilities.

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Ted's Frostop

3100 Calhoun St. • 861-3615

The iconic Froststop root beer mug continues to spin outside this beloved diner reminding patrons old and new to stop in and grab a juicy, made-to-order burger with golden waffle fries and, of course, a mug of root beer. Not in the mood for a burger? Wraps, salads, sandwiches, and daily specials ensure there is something for everyone—including free pinball!

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Willie Mae's Scotch House

2401 St. Ann St. • 822-9503

Winner of the America's Classic Award from the James Beard Foundation, Willie Mae's serves up some of the best fried chicken in the country. Couple that with the cozy atmosphere, and it's just like eating with the family. Also, be sure to try their smothered veal and cornbread.


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Five Happiness

3511 S. Carrolton Ave. • 482-3935


Where Y'at readers revere Five Happiness for having the best Chinese food in town. It has an extensive menu, with items and options for everyone. Try one of the chef's specialties, like the stuffed Chinese eggplant or the almond crusted chicken with lemon sauce.

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Green Tea

1116 Louisiana Ave. • 899-8005


Green Tea has a menu fi lled with healthy Asian options, including brown rice and foods prepared with vegetable oil, free of cholesterol and saturated fats. Green Tea is also prided on friendly and fast service with delivery from morning to late night. Order the Mongolian Beef for a savory meal.

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Jazmine Café

614 S. Carrolton Ave. • 866-9301

Jazmine, in the Riverbend, offers delicious Vietnamese food at reasonable prices. From their traditional noodle bowls to their vegetarian-friendly dishes, this comfortable café serves a variety of food. If you like fish, don't miss the Salmon Mango spring rolls.

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7537 Maple St. • 570-6440


Don't miss this fantastic new Japanese restaurant on Maple Street. Enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine and sushi in a comfortable, modern dining room. Grab a cocktail at their charming bar before or after you sit down for your meal. Try any number of their unique rolls paired with an appetizer for a tasty night out.

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4920 Prytania St. • 891-3644


Kyoto, in the heart of Uptown, is a tasty Japanese restaurant that is known for their master sushi chefs. But they don't stop there; their other menu items, like the shrimp tempura, are just as good. Stop in to enjoy quality Japanese food in a pleasant, familyfriendly environment.

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Kyoto II

5608 Citrus Blvd. • 818-0228

Kyoto II has a wide variety for the Japanese food lover. Their sushi chef recommends the BBQ salmon, Tiger Eyes Roll, or Unforgettable Roll.
Indulge in a meal that will leave your palate pleased and your belly full. This is the restaurant if you are looking for an adventurous taste.

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1403 St. Charles Ave. • 410-9997


Mikayo offers a dining experience for everyone. Whether you want to have a meal with others at the hibachi table or reserve a private room for a special occasion, you will love their food and service. The hibachi chefs liven things up while serving the
freshest steaks and seafood.


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Backspace Bar and Kitchen

139 Chartres St • 522-2216

Backspace's walls are adorned with New Orleans memorabilia, but that's not all that's New Orleans about this place. Their po-boys are rich with Cajun flavor, keeping the place packed with locals. Their attentive staff and interesting menu makes Backspace the destination for a good time and good meal.

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Balcony Bar Café

1104 Harmony St • 895-1600

Overlooking Magazine Street, this bar serves food all night long. From their mozzarella sticks to their pizzas, Balcony Bar Café will be sure to meet your late-night cravings. Offering delivery to the Uptown area until the wee hours of the night, you can be sure to count on this place for a tasty meal.

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601 Tchoupitoulas St. 335-1740


Barcadia is where your inner child and your grownup self can have fun. They have multiple vintage arcade games that turn a regular night out into a walk back in time. Sample one of their 44 beers on tap while watching the big game on their HD TVs. Whatever you do, don't miss their famous burgers!

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Buffa's Lounge & Restaurant

1001 Esplanade Ave. • 949-0038


Buffa's has a casual environment that serves comfort food from breakfast to dinner. Located on Esplanade Avenue, this restaurant is the perfect place to stop in for a bite of their Blackened Redfi sh or red beans and rice. From the bartenders to the restaurant staff, you will receive great service.

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Crescent City Brewhouse

527 Decatur St. 522-0571


Crescent City Brewhouse is the French Quarter's only microbrewery. Sample their four house brews along with their Brewhouse Wings or Baked Oysters Three Ways. Come enjoy free live jazz performed nightly by local musicians or sit out on their charming balcony overlooking Decatur Street.

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Déjà Vu

400 Dauphine St. • 523-1931 • dejavunola.com

Déjà Vu is located right in the heart of the French Quarter, serving classic American bugers, po-boys, omletes, dinners, and desserts. Join Déjà Vu on Tuesday or Thursday for steak night, or Wednesday for fajita night if you're looking for some great deals. Also enjoy a cocktail on the balcony overlooking the French Quarter. Open 24 hours!

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Dino's Bar and Grill

1128 Tchoupitoulas St. • 558-0900

Dino's, in the Warehouse District, is a fun place for everyone. With a full bar and tasty menu, Dino's is a great place to grab a late night drink or tasty bacon cheeseburger. Their relaxed atmosphere and groovy jukebox will keep you coming back for more.

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Hermes Bar at Antoine's

713 St. Louis St. • 518-4422 • antoines.com

A visit to the Hermes Bar at Antoine's is a visit you won't soon forget. The waitstaff is friendly and extremely knowledgeable. Visit the Hermes Bar after work for delicious cocktails and appetizers that'll make your mouth water, then grab a table in the restaurant for a full meal.

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Industry Bar and Kitchen

240 Decatur St., 581-6977

Formally Club Decatur, Industry Bar and Kitchen features happy hour (including $1 off all beer) until 8 pm and is known by locals as a great place to grab a slice. Open until 5 am Friday through Saturday, the small open-air bar offers around 20 beers on tap in addition to a wide variety of unique bottle selections

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Jax Brewery Bistro Bar

620 Decatur St. • 457-8529


Jax's expansive menu is known for its juicy burgers and classic Cajun offerings. Located on the Riverfront in Jackson Brewery, Jax Bistro is the perfect place to dine with a beautiful view of the river and the French Quarter. Going far beyond the burger craving, their authentic Catfish Acadiana will fulfill any Cajun craving.

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Parasol's Bar and Restaurant

2533 Constance St • 302-1543


Since the 1950s, Parasol's has been a New Orleans tradition. Stop in to try any number of their specialties, including their signature roast beef po'boy on fresh French bread. Either sit in their bar while watching the big game or sit in the smoke-free dining hall to enjoy a cup of gumbo and homemade onion rings.

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Poppy's Time Out Sports Bar

500 Port of new Orleans Place • 247-9265


Poppy's is the ultimate bar for sports fans. This fun-fi lled bar has a range of drinks and a big menu. With their large selection of burgers, pizzas, and sandwiches, Poppy's is the sports fan's destination. Try their sandwiches, such as the Slugger, for a seriously stuffed sandwich with lots of fl avor.

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Rivershack Tavern

3449 River Rd. • 834-4938 •


From their bar stools to their ashtrays, Rivershack Tavern has unusual and colorful décor. This quirky bar earned a spot on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-ins and Dives for their generous and appetizing dishes. Chef Mike pays attention to detail and is committed to making his customers happy.

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Shamrock Bar & Grill

4133 S. Carrollton Ave. • 301-0938


Shamrock is a player's paradise full of games, including mini-bowling, ping-pong, pool, darts and even beer pong. It has an enormous bar equipped with lots of beers on tap. Don't miss the fantastic rib-eye with sides, only $12 every day - all day. Shamrock's is a fun environment with a friendly staff.

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St. Lawrence Restaurant and Bar

219 n Peters St • 525-4111


From their interesting décor to their delicious entrees, St. Lawrence is a spot not to be missed. They offer a range of food, from fried chicken to vegetarian specials that are mouthwateringly tasty. Try any number of their unique hand-crafted cocktails to pair with a meal for the perfect night out.

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2604 Magazine St. • 897-5413


This Irish Channel favorite has a sports bar feel that also serves mouthwatering bar food. Enjoy a po-boy or buffalo wings, or even their tasty Boudin balls. From their full bar and beers on tap to their reasonably priced menu, Tracey's is a fun and convenient place to relax or get rowdy.


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Squeal BBQ

8400 Oak St. • 302-7370 • squeal-nola.com

Squeal is all about meat and fl avor. The three brothers that started Squeal insist on making their delicious barbeque sauces in house with the freshest ingredients. Order the Barbeque Pork Tacos and a specialty drink, like their Sweet Tea Cobbler cocktail.

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4200 Magazine St • 301-2755 • saucysnola.com

From pulled pork to boudin to alligator sausage, Saucy's has all the New Orleans favorites. This barbeque restaurant fulfi lls any Cajun desire with a variety of homemade dishes. It's also B.Y.O.B., so feel free to bring your favorite beverage to go along with a fl avorful dish.


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Breads on Oak

8640 Oak St. Suite A • 324-8271


Breads on Oak is a pristine bakery that uses only organic ingredients and prepares all of their pastries and sandwiches from scratch. Whether you want a loaf of bread or a muffi n, their pastries are to die for. With a large vegan selection and healthy menu items, this bakery will leave you guilt-free and impressed.

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Café Amelie

912 Royal St. • 412-8965 • cafeamelie.com

Café Amelie is the perfect place to dine al fresco. The 150-year-old courtyard, set back from the busy streets of the French Quarter, is a relaxing environment conjuring an enchanting experience. Their New Orleans cuisine or one of the signature cocktails from their full bar will leave your tastebuds in a state of bliss.

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The Columns Hotel

3811 St. Charles Ave • 899-9308


Situated on St. Charles Avenue, The Columns Hotel offers the ultimate dining experience. Whether sitting on their patio or ordering from the bar, you will be pleased with their fi rst-class staff and gourmet dishes. Try their Cajun Crawfi sh Etouffee or the New York Steak Strip for a night fi lled with fl avor.

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900 Dumaine St. • 522-7222 • eatnola.com

Eat specializes in Cajun, Creole and New Orleans favorites served fresh. Choose from their lunch, dinner, or Sunday brunch menus to enjoy a wide range of options spanning from classic sandwiches to Cochon with Mustard Greens. Try EAT's specialty chicken and dumplings dish.

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One Restaurant & Lounge

8132 Hampson St. • 301-9061 • one-sl.com

One has an atmosphere that is sophisticated and sleek but intimate. Don't miss a chance to try their sesame and ginger-dressed sashimi tuna with cucumber and avocado, as well as many other delectable dishes. One Restaurant & Lounge also offers unique cocktails and great Happy hour specials.


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Charlie's Restaurant

6129 E. St. Bernard Hwy. • 682-9057


Charlie's is a family-owned Cajun-Creole restaurant offering some of the best Cajun food around. Try their award-winning gumbo that many swear is the best in town. Charlie's offers catering for weddings, parties, and all of your event needs.

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Covington, Metairie, Kenner, Slidell, Westbank


Copeland's clings to New Orleans culinary traditions, making sure every dish is prepared with the utmost fl avor. It serves a range of dishes, including Veal Copeland, prepared on a bed of linguine with shrimp and Tasso, and their Crawfi sh Pasta. Serving brunch, lunch, and dinner, Copeland's is always available to calm your cravings.

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3800 Canal St. • 482-9179


Mandina's is a Creole Italian restaurant nestled in Mid-City. Open seven days a week, Mandina's is family-friendly, casual, and serves delicious traditional food. Originally built as a neighborhood grocery store, Mandina's has been in business since 1932. Their menu is extensive, with something for everyone.

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N'awlins Jazz Café

4206 Magazine St • 309-0771


Serving authentic Cajun and Creole dishes, this café offers a variety of dishes that are packed full of fl avor with a spicy twist. It is located in the historic French Market surrounded by a lively atmosphere that matches their menu. Try their signature Creole Red Beans and Rice or Crawfi sh Etouffee for a delightful meal.

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Johnny V's Grille by the Hill

6106 Magazine St. • 899-4880

Johnny V's offers a unique French Creole dining experience. This contemporary restaurant is the perfect spot for a meal with the family or a special night out with your partner. Enjoy a cocktail at Monkey Hill Bar next door before or after your meal. Try some of their great new seafood items this season during Lent.

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Orleans Grapevine Wine Bar & Bistro

720 Orleans Ave. • 504.523.1930


In the shadow of the St. Louis Cathedral, Orleans Grapevine Wine Bar and Bistro offers a sophisticated ambiance and an extensive wine list for both visitors and locals alike. Using seasonal ingredients and recommended wine pairings, guests can expect to savor elegant plates like the slow-cooked Creole Court Boullion or fresh Stuffed Flounder.

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3700 Orleans Ave. Ste: A-3 • 504.407.0818


An adventurous menu fusing French, Spanish, Indian, Caribbean, Cajun and Creole fl air, Serendipity suggests each plate is a work of art. The exciting neighborhood joint serves a variety of unique share plates as well as deliciously innovative cocktails. From the Creole Curried Lamb Baklava to the absinthe ice cream, there is something for every taste.

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827 Toulouse St. • 207-4532


Vacherie's just like the small town it was named after. This restaurant is the place to go for authentic Cajun food. With menu items such as their blackened alligator bites, sausage sliders with pickled onions, and Oysters Rockefeller, Vacherie exceeds any Cajun craving. The chef also prepares daily specials to keep the selection interesting and fresh.


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Pascal's Manale

1838 napoleon Ave. • 895-4877

Pascal's has been serving the Uptown area since 1913. This well-established restaurant is known for their trademark BBQ Shrimp cooked in peppery butter sauce. Stand at the famous oyster bar for freshly shucked oysters before grabbing a table in the dining room.

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Red Gravy

125 Camp St. • 561-8844 • redgravycafe.com

Red Gravy serves generous portions of pasta, sandwiches, and salads, proudly offering an Italianonly menu. This restaurant is known for their specialty Lasagna Bolognese made with delicious homemade sauce. Located in the CBD, Red Gravy fulfi lls every Italian desire.

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134 n. Carrolton Ave. • 488-7991


Venezia is known for fantastic Italian entrees and pastas as well as their stone oven that cooks some of the best pizza in New Orleans. Using only fresh ingredients, this family-owned-and-operated restaurant stands out for exceptional Italian fl avor. With featured dishes like Trout Almondine, this restaurant has a big variety at reasonable prices.


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Nacho Mama's

1000 S. Clearview Pkwy. • 736-1188


Nacho Mama's does things a little differently to stand out as extraordinary. Serving unique Mexican and New Orleans-inspired fl avors, sauces, and cocktails, this restaurant will leave you with a far from traditional experience. Be sure to try out some of their crawfi sh themed Lent specials the whole month of March!

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Rita's Tequila House

419 Bourbon St. • 298-8227


Rita's is a classy place located on Bourbon, stocked full of Tequila and great food. Rita's has been voted Best Margarita in the French Quarter, but don't miss out on their stellar food. Try the Rita's poppers, with fried yucca, cheese, bacon, and jalapeno.

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Taco Del Mar

Mid-City, CBD, Chalmette • 272-0557


Taco Del Mar offers fast and tasty Mexican food for all customers. The hand-rolled burritos and fresh tacos will not disappoint. This beach-themed restaurant does not stray far from its home-grown traditions when it comes to fantastic Mexican food.


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Lebanon's Cafe

S. Carrollton Ave. • 862-6200


From their beautifully hand painted dining room to their carefully prepared Middle Eastern entrees, Lebanon's Cafe exudes a soothing atmosphere. Try the spinach pie for an appetizer and the classic gyro sandwich for a fulfi lling meal. The authentic environment and tasty food are not the only perks, because Lebanon's is also b.y.o.b.

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Pyramids Café

3151 Calhoun St • 861-9602

This Middle Eastern restaurant brings the freshest dishes to the Uptown area. Once you try their hummus, you will be sure to come back for more. Don't miss the Chicken Lula or other special entrées for a spicy but fl avorful bite. With reasonable prices and exceptional food, you will not be disappointed.


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Fresco Café and Pizzeria

7625 Maple St • 504-862-6363 • frescocafe.us

Fresco, located on quaint Maple Street, has whatever you're in the mood for. Enjoy a pizza, wrap, glass of wine, or pitcher of beer in the neighborhood restaurant with a comfortable and welcoming vibe. Their dishes are prepared fresh daily from scratch.

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Italian Pie

3706 Prytania St. • 266-2523 • italianpie.com

Italian Pie has quickly become an Italian favorite in the Uptown area. From sandwiches to pizzas to pasta dishes, Italian Pie has it all on their lunch and dinner menu. If you are looking to try a new specialty pizza, the Venetian Pizza is highly recommended. Offering
beer and wine and a daily special, Italian Pie will leave you happily satisfied.

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Mardi Gras Zone

2706 Royal St. • 947-8787 mardigraszone.com

Mardi Graz Zone has not only cool Mardi Gras memorabilia, but some of the city's freshest pizza. This unique and appealing restaurant is a cool place to visit and grab a giant slice. Try their Vegan Harvest for a new and appetizing pizza experience.

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Mellow Mushroom

3131 Veterans Blvd. • 644-4155


Mellow Mushroom is a new pizza place with a fun and funky atmosphere serving one-of-a-kind pizzas. Their motto "Love at First Bite" holds true. From their Magical Mystery Tour pizza, Portobello mushrooms, feta and mozzarella cheeses, spinach and jalapeños on a pesto-basted crust, to their calzones, Mellow Mushroom brings a delicious surprise to what you may expect from a pizza joint with psychedelic décor.

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Pie, Pizza, and Pastas

814 South Peters St • 528-2743


Pie satisfi es your craving anytime of day. With a big lunch, dinner, and late night menu, Pie is the place to go for specialty pizzas like the Goodfellas, topped with fresh Italian sausage, prosciutto, and pepperoni. Don't forget about their full bar, wraps, and soups
that will leave your taste buds stimulated no matter what your preference.

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Wit's Inn

141 n. Carrollton Ave. • 486-1600 • witsinn.com

Wit's Inn is the place to go for delicious salads and pizzas. Their signature Hawaiian pizza and Bahama Mama are just a couple items on their menu that should not be passed up. Tuesday nights are "Classic Cocktail Nite" as well as Theater Nite specials.


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Domilise's Po-Boy

5240 Annunciation St. • 899-9126

This po-boy shop is backed by high demand. Locals stop in at Domilise's for their signature po-boys, such as the pork sausage, roast beef, or shrimp and oyster. But their classic overstuffed po-boys are not the only things worth stopping in for. Try their specialty barbecued beef on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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Parkway Bakery and Tavern

538 Hagan Avenue, 482-3047


Serving fresh bread and "poor boys" since 1929, Parkway continues to be a local landmark. Featured on the Travel Channel's "Food Wars," owner Jay Nix is proud to offer over 25 different kinds of po-boys, a full bar, and Barqs root beer in glass bottles. The 100-year-old tavern features a happy hour from 3-7.

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Short Stop Po-Boys

119 Transcontinental Dr. • 885-4572


Short Stop has evolved from their opening in 1966 as a corner grocery store to serving overstuffed po-boys. Cooking up 100 pounds of roast beef daily, Short Stop is the perfect place for roast beef lovers. Not only do they specialize in roast beef, this joint is known for their fantastic fried shrimp po-boys as well.


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Crazy Lobster Bar & Grill

500 Port of new Orleans Place • 569-3380


This restaurant not only offers a panoramic view of the Mississippi River, but mouthwatering seafood all enjoyed over live music. The Crazy Lobster demands a hearty appetite if you want to tackle their signature Royal Bucket for two, a dish filled with lobster, snow and Dungeness crab, clams, mussels, and boiled shrimp.

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Deanie's Seafood

French Quarter, Metairie • deanies.com

Deanie's offers heaping portions of the freshest ingredients and seafood, from crawfi sh to barbeque shrimp. Deanie's has a private dining area in the Vieux Carre courtyard for reservation. They also have a seafood market adjacent to their Metairie location.

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Landry's Seafood

French Quarter, Lakeview


Landry's loves serving true Gulf fl avor in an atmosphere that's fun and family-oriented. They insist that once you get a bite of their fresh seafood, you'll want to "drop anchor" and stay for a while. Convenient locations in Lakeview and the French Quarter for locals and tourists alike.


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Crazy Johnnie's Steak House

3520 18th St. • 887.6641 • crazyjohnnies.net

Crazy Johnnie's started as a neighborhood bar needing a "little zip." It has come a long way since then, and now even sells its own steak sauce. Try the overstuffed fi let mignon po-boy served with Crazy Johnnie's crazy potatoes or any other entrée for a delightful taste in a relaxed environment.

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Crescent City Steak House

1001 N. Broad St. • 821-3271


Crescent City Steak House has been serving prime aged beef since 1934, and has been receiving stellar reviews along the way. With their superbly prepared and aged beef, delicious appetizers and desserts like the Creole cream cheesecake, Crescent is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion.

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