Uptown Test

00:00 January 01, 1970


AJ&J Asian Bistro

2240 Magazine St. | 609-2282 | ajjasianbistro.com

1. The go-to dish for this restaurant is the sushi rolls. AJ&J makes over 40 rolls!
2. For people watching what they eat, a diet menu that’s low in calories is offered.
3. Try the good-looking “Sexiest Man” roll.
4. AJ&J is located on Magazine Street just off Jackson Avenue.
5. 5. Don’t feel like dining in? AJ&J offers online orders.

Bruno’s Tavern

7538 Maple St. | 861-7615 | brunostavern.com

1. Choosing from all of their great French fry offerings will be your hardest decision here.
2. Try the restaurant’s signature Flaming Bruno Burger for a real treat.
3. Satisfy your Southern taste buds with the Fried Mac and Cheese appetizer.
4. Wine and Cheese Fries are a combination recommended by the restaurant.
5. Bruno’s is a great spot to watch the big game and stays open late on weekends.

Café Reconcile

1631 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. | 568-1157 | cafereconcile.org

1.This restaurant mentors at-risk young adults by providing workforce development and training.
2. The non-profit restaurant serves soul-filled dishes at affordable prices.
3. Their website encourages users to give the gift of donations during the holiday season.
4. RSVP for their “Men’s Lunch” on December 13 for a great day of shopping and football.
5. Since 2000, their program has helped over 1500 young people.

Cheesecake Bistro by Copeland’s

2001 St. Charles Ave. | 593-9955 | copelandscheesecakebistro.com

1.New menu items include Lump Crabmeat with Zucchini Basil “Pasta”!
2. Check out the spacious banquet room for your next private party.
3. Happy Hour runs Monday to Friday from 4 to 7 pm and daily from 9 pm to close.
4. The Sunday Jazz Brunch Buffet is a winner with friends and family.
5. For a sweet treat, try the new Yogurt Parfait Martini…yes!

Dolce Vita Pizzeria

1205 St. Charles Ave. | 324-7674 | dvpizzeria.com

1.Dolce Vita believes in the art of pizza, in the spirit of wood-fired oven pizzerias in Italy.
2. Their one-of-a-kind Neapolitan Brick Oven was shipped directly from Italy.
3. Pizzas here are made with only the freshest and highest-quality ingredients.
4. The Kids Menu makes this the perfect place to visit with the whole family!
5. In addition to delicious pizza, paninis and pastas, Dolce Vita has a full bar with over 25 different beers.


4920 Prytania St. | 891-3644 | kyotonola.com

1.Customers’ favorite dish is the Poke Salad.
2. For lunch, grab their amazing Teriyaki Chicken with rice…AND a Cali Roll for only $10.95.
3. All dinner items are served with soup, salad and rice.
4. Offers unique rolls such as the Funky Margarita Roll and Hot Box Roll.
5. Introduce your taste buds to BBQ Squid.

La Thai

4938 Prytania St. | 899-8886 | lathaiuptown.com

1. La Thai was voted “Best Thai Restaurant” by Where Y'at readers.
2. Their menu features Oshner Health System–approved items.
3. The Cashew Chicken will leave you smiling all the way home.
4. Try their stuffed chicken wings.
5. Ahi tuna fan? Order the tuna entrée and request the “3 Sauces.”

Lebanon’s Café

1500 S Carrollton Ave. | 862-6200 | Lebanonscafé.com

1. Located in the heart of Uptown, Lebanon’s is a must for those who crave Middle Eastern food.
2. Lebanon’s Cafe offers fantastic outdoor dining when the weather is nice.
3. Their kabob dishes are phenomenal.
4. Make sure to try their sandwiches, which are reasonably priced and satisfying.
5. This restaurant is BYOB, so bring your favorite libation with you!


1403 St. Charles Ave. | 410-9997 | japanesebistro.com

1. Has a separate Sushi Menu and Teppanyaki Menu
2. Want to go to a restaurant that emphasizes entertainment? Try the Hibachi!
3. Hibachi lunch specials are served with clear soup, Miyako salad and vegetables.
4. Try their signature dessert, the Miyako Split.
5. Any of the specialty meals will provide you with enough food to feed your entire family.


5130 Freret St. | 899-6532 | sushinola.com

1. Bring a group and share the Sashimi Platter.
2. Indulge in the signature Bye-Bye Katrina Roll.
3. Origami has a great location uptown, walking distance from Tulane and Loyola.
4. The Poke Salad with the spicy dressing is a customer favorite.
5. Origami features some of the most knowledgeable sushi chefs in town.

Pascal’s Manale

1838 Napoleon Ave. | 895-4877 | pascalsmanale.com

1. Pascal’s Manale has been serving their Creole-Italian fusion for over 100 years.
2. Don’t miss the stand-up oyster bar to get you started before your meal.
3. Make sure to try their famous mouth-watering BBQ Shrimp.
4. Enjoy a nice bottle of red or white from their vast wine menu with your meal.
5. Pascal’s Manale gives you a $20 Gift Certificate for every $100 in Gift Certificates you buy!


2100 St. Charles Ave. | 509-6675

1. This Cajun seafood and sushi restaurant is located right on the St. Charles streetcar line.
2. Don’t miss their amazing Chargrilled Oysters.
3. Poseidon’s classy bar overlooking St. Charles Avenue features great Happy Hour specials.
4. Their karaoke rooms make it a fun place to relax after dinner with friends.
5. Poseidon is great for a late-night bite, as they stay open until 2 am on weekends.

Pyramids Café

3149 Calhoun St. | 861-9602 | neworleanspyramidscafe.com

1. Pyramids Cafe serves flavorful Middle Eastern food within walking distance of Tulane University.
2. Their friendly and attentive staff will provide a pleasurable experience.
3. Pyramids Cafe is a super spot for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.
4. Not in the mood to dine out? They offer delivery service to Uptown.
5. Make sure to try their highly recommended Fried Kibby Plate.


1330 Prytania St. | 302-2599 | seedyourhealth.com

1. Seed features a completely vegan and gluten-free menu.
2. Vegan twists on po-boys, gumbo, beignets and more.
3. Seed also builds its cuisine using local, garden-fresh ingredients.
4. Anyone looking for restaurants to fulfill their raw diet needs look no further.
5. Try a raw twist on a carrot cupcake topped off with cashew cream frosting.

Ted’s Frostop

3100 Calhoun St. | 861-3615 | tedsfrostop.com

1. All. You. Can. Eat. Pancakes. Every day for only $4.95.
2. The house-made root beer and root beer float are NOLA icons.
3. The restaurant appeared on the Travel Channel’s Burger Land.
4. Ted’s was first established on Claiborne Avenue in the 1950s.
5. Their historic mug became a symbol for post-Katrina recovery.

The Columns Hotel

3811 St. Charles Ave. | 899-9308 | thecolumns.com

1. Enjoy the view of St. Charles Avenue while eating on the Columns Hotel’s elegant porch.
2. Feeling fancy? Order the Cheese and Fruit Plate with a glass of wine.
3. Their Crab Stuffed Shrimp and Spicy Shrimp and Grits are must-tries.
4. The restaurant’s modest menu makes it easy to decide what you want to eat.
5. Nothing sounds better than eating here on a nice Sunday afternoon while listening to a live jazz band.

Tracey’s Irish Bar and Restaurant

2604 Magazine St. | 897-5413 | traceysnola.com

1. Tracey’s is an old Irish bar that’s been around since 1949.
2. It’s home to the best roast beef po-boy on earth!
3. Tracey’s was the first to have color TVs in the neighborhood.
4. Today they have 20 flat screens to watch sports on.
5. Tracey’s is located on the famed Magazine Street in the Garden District.

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