Test 2

00:00 January 01, 1970


Kyoto II

5608 Citrus Blvd. | 818-0228 

1. Check the Specials board for Kyoto II’s daily fish fresh from the boat.
2. Their “No Name Roll” is big enough to share with a friend.
3. A great place to go after shopping in the Elmwood Shopping Center.
4. Get familiar with Japanese beer and sake from their extensive menu.
5. Their lunch special features a variety of meals for under $10.

Rivershack Tavern

3449 River Rd. | 834-4938 | therivershacktavern.com 

1. Rivershack Tavern is known as the city’s most unusual bar and home of the tacky ashtray.
2. Bring in an ashtray and trade it for a drink of your choice! 
3. They’ve got tons of great Cajun pub grub, including a po-boy stuffed with fries, roast beef, cheese, onions, mushrooms and jalapenos.
4. The funky roadhouse by the levee always has live music.
5. Be sure to have a cold brew from their sizable beer selection.


Lakeview Burgers & Seafood

872 Harrison Ave. | 289-1032 

1.Their Cheese Fry Burger means you can have the best of both worlds.
2. Owned by Chef Joe Faroldi, whose culinary history lies in the French Quarter.
3. Right next to the popular Lakeview bar Parlay’s!
4. The outside tables are dog-friendly, so owners shouldn’t hesitate to bring them!
5. Late hours make it the perfect restaurant to visit after bar-hopping.



514 Frenchmen St. | 944-8461 | clubbamboulas.com 

1. Be daring with your taste buds and try the Peanut Butter Bacon Burger.
2. Enjoy your food while listening to live music.
3. Customers have coined this place the “real New Orleans.”
4. Add fried oysters to your salad.
5. Location! After you’re done consuming the delicious food and drinks, enjoy Frenchman Street!

Buffa’s Bar and Restaurant

1001 Esplanade Ave. | 949-0038 | buffasbar.com 

1. The back room of the restaurant offers a pleasant Sunday brunch. 2. The $8 Boudin Balls are a customer favorite.
3. All-night eating and drinking is welcomed! The bar and kitchen are open 24/7.
4. The Buffa’s Backroom features live music.
5. Visit buffasbar.com to watch the live webcam of the Backroom.


1710 Pauger St. | 934-1010 | langloisnola.com 

1. Langlois offers a one-of-a-kind dining experiences for adventurous eaters and curious culinarians. 2. Their menu changes monthly and explores all influences of Creole and Cajun cooking.
3. Every week, their crew of chefs conducts interactive dining demonstrations.
4. Their spin on supper clubs delivers fun New Orleans dining at its finest!
5. It’s rumored that the ghost of Anthony Ferrara still makes an occasional stir at the restaurant.

Mimi’s in the Marigny

2601 Royal St. | 872-9868 | mimismarigny.com 

1. Mimi’s is a dark dive bar with super late-night cocktails and tapas. 2. They serve food till 4 am!
3. Up for an adventure? Order the chef’s special, called Trust Me.
4. Mimi’s serves both hot and cold tapas for under $15.
5. They have a killer wine selection.

Andy’s Bistro

3322 N Turnbull Dr. | 455-7363 | andybistro.com 

1. A perfect place for an after-work drink at their Specialty Craft Cocktail Bar. 2. Truly a hidden gem and local favorite in the heart of Metairie.
3. Top off your perfectly cooked steak with their amazing Bananas Foster Cheesecake.
4. 4.5 out of 5 stars on Yelp…34 people can’t be wrong!
5. You will leave happy after you eat the Wood Fired Oysters and Flatbreads.

Short Stop Poboys

119 Transcontinental Dr. | 885-4572 | shortstoppoboysno.com 

1. With an extensive menu of different types of po-boys at reasonable prices, you are sure to find something you absolutely love here! 2. Try one of their eclectic side dishes, like stuffed crab, with your po-boy.
3. Try a classic, the Roast Beef Po-boy, prepared in Short Stop’s own rich gravy.
4. Short Stop is famous not only for po-boys, but also for amazing gumbo.
5. Order online and pick up your sandwich at the drive-thru window; no fuss!

Spudly’s Super Spuds

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

1. Serving complete meals in baked potatoes since 1980!
2. But, there are other options like soups, salads, burgers and more.
3. It’s tucked away nicely in nearby Metairie.
4. The Super Duper is the local favorite.
5. Get a full pizza packed right into a baked potato.

French Quarter

Antoine’s Restaurant

713 St. Louis St. | 581-4422 | antoines.com

1. Antoine’s has been a fine-dining fixture in the French Quarter for 175 years.
2. With 14 dining rooms, they have more than enough space for up to 700 guests.
3. Be sure to head over for their 25-cent martinis during lunch.
4. Antoine’s is still owned and operated by fifth-generation relatives of the original founder, Antoine Alciatore.
5. For $20.15, their seasonal menu offers a choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert.

Backspace Bar & Kitchen

139 Chartres St. | 322-2245 | backspacenola.com

1. Known for its comfort foods for late-night breakfast, lunch or dinner.
2. You will never want another homemade grilled cheese again after eating the Grown Up Grilled Cheese.
3. Backspace features some of the city’s best handcrafted cocktails.
4. An Old English literary vibe adds to the restaurant’s unique experience.
5. Allow your inner child to smile when you order Backspace’s Cookies and Milk.

Belle’s Diner

1122 Decatur St. | 566-6003 | bellesdinerneworleans.com

1. Come relive the early 1950s at Belle’s Diner with a jukebox, bomber girls and more.
2. There’s an all-day breakfast menu (which is basically everyone’s dream)!
3. Belle’s is right next to the Historic French Market, making it a prime French Quarter spot.
4. Another 1950s draw? The multicolored Elvis statue in front of the restaurant.
5. They serve all types of New Orleans cuisine, including a brunch fave: pain perdu.


1212 Royal St. | 522-1230 | bennachinrestaurant.com

1. The namesake is an entrée, similar to jambalaya but spicier.
2. Bennachin features great lunch entrees starting at just $9.95.
3. Vegetarians have plenty of options here, including the egusi
4. Jama Jama is their most renowned dish, especially at Jazz Fest.
5. Alcohol isn’t served, but you’re welcome to bring your own!

Bombay Club

830 Conti St. | 577-2237 | bombayclubneworleans.com

1. Bombay Club offers a Cajun twist on traditional British menu items.
2. The bar is known for the best and largest selection of martinis in New Orleans.
3. There’s nothing like live music, and Bombay Club offers it every night.
4. Chef Nathan Richard studied charcuterie under the supervision of some of the best butchers in France and Italy.
5. Bombay Club features excellent service.

Café Amelie

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

1. This is the place to enjoy a romantic meal in the enchanting outdoor courtyard.
2. Café Amelie is named after Amelie Miltonberger, the mother of the first American Princess of Monoco.
3. Café Amelie offers a great wedding venue for 100-150 guests.
4. Café Amelie uses local ingredients whenever possible!
5. Café Amelie has been voted “Best Brunch” by the readers of Where Y'at!

Café Maspero

601 Decatur St. | 523-6250 | cafemaspero.com

1. Maspero has been a French Quarter staple for over 40 years now!
2. The Muffuletta and Roast Beef sandwich are huge draws.
3. Their French Onion Soup ranks with the city’s best...perfect on a cold day.
4. The building has been standing since 1788.
5. Anyone looking for some great drinks should check out the great $3 daiquiris.


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

1. Using local and seasonal seafood whenever possible is a priority at EAT.
2. You can find all of your Creole, Cajun and New Orleans favorites here!
3. Feel the NOLA love from the paintings by local artists that hang on the walls.
4. Check out their weekend brunch featuring fried green tomatoes, grits, biscuits and gravy and more.
5. At EAT, BYOB is not only suggested, it’s encouraged!


329 Decatur St. | 373-4852 | evangelineneworleans.com

1. Evangeline is named after Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s 1847 epic poem Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie.
2. Their catfish is a house specialty by itself, in the jambalaya or on a po-boy.
3. The menu is simple in design, with portions that allow multiple sampling opportunities of fresh Louisiana-grown cuisine.
4. Local Gulf shrimp, Louisiana blue crab and Acadian sausage are procured directly from local markets and fishers.
5. You’ll love sipping craft cocktails in their beautiful French Quarter courtyard.

Fiorella’s Café

1136 Decatur St. | 553-2155 | fiorellasnola.com

1. Fiorella’s has served their legendary fried chicken since 1939.
2. On Mondays, grab a bowl of Red Beans and Rice for only $4.99!
3. Residents in the French Quarter, CBD and Marigny can get delivery.
4. Have lunch on their front or back patio or even on the balcony!
5. One of best places in the French Quarter to catch a Saints game.

Jimmy J’s Cafe

115 Chartres St. | 309-9360 | jimmyscafe.com

1. Self-proclaimed as “N’Awlins’ funkiest lil’ café,” you’ll love the colorful, lively atmosphere.
2. Hungry for an omelet at night? Have no fear, because breakfast is served all day here!
3. Order the delicious Bacon Bloody Mary for the perfect way to start off your day.
4. Need some of their delicious food right now? They deliver!
5. Save room for dessert! The Gooey Butter Cake is a house specialty.


337 Chartres St. | 589-5005 | kingfishneworleans.com

1. Executive Chef Nathan Richard brings the best flavors of Louisiana together at this French Quarter hotspot.
2. Kingfish won OpenTable’s Diner’s Choice 2015 award.
3. Go by for lunch and try one of the Governor’s Lunch Plates!
4. Check out Happy Hour between 3:30 and 6:30 pm for half off their beer and wine collection.
5. Their sophisticated cocktail menu includes all of the classics as well as more exotic options like the Blueberry Hill!

Monty’s on the Square

801 Decatur St. | 525-4478

1. Located on the corner of historic Jackson Square.
2. It features a beautiful, panoramic view of Decatur and St. Ann.
3. You can grab one of New Orleans’ iconic Muffulettas here.
4. Its menu is packed with NOLA classics, including po-boys.
5. Refresh your day with their Effen Amazing Cucumber Mint Cocktail.

New Orleans’ Creole Cookery

508 Toulouse St. | 524-9632 | neworleanscreolecookery.com

1. The Cookery was launched by the famous Tusa restaurant family.
2. The traditional Creole menu includes Shrimp Creole and gumbo three different ways.
3. Visitors have claimed to see the ghost resident Mary throughout the premises.
4. The Cookery is known for their Hurricane cocktails, varying in potency from Category One to Category Five.
5. A French Quarter gem, there’s a cozy patio to enjoy live music and good Creole cuisine.

Orleans Grapevine

720 Orleans St. | 523-1930 | orleansgrapevine.com

1. The Cookery was launched by the famous Tusa restaurant family.
2. The traditional Creole menu includes Shrimp Creole and gumbo three different ways.
3. Visitors have claimed to see the ghost resident Mary throughout the premises.
4. The Cookery is known for their Hurricane cocktails, varying in potency from Category One to Category Five.
5. A French Quarter gem, there’s a cozy patio to enjoy live music and good Creole cuisine.

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