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Food scene in New Orleans

Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“Friday lunch at Galatoires is a must to see the locals in all of their glory. Go early, sit downstairs and plan to be there for hours.”
63 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Spin-off of the Bucktown original featuring hefty seafood platters & entrees in a laid-back space.”
39 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“There are more "famous" oyster shops in New Orleans, but this is by far our favorite no-frills seafood focused joint! Frequented by locals and celebs alike, you're in for a treat! Local seafood platters, fresh-shucked oysters & Creole staples in a casual barroom setting.”
29 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Come here to experience New Orleans food. Very good but pricey. Recommend red fish and oysters”
9 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Ok, down in the belly of the beast in the French Quarter GW Fins is pricey and upscale but really really really great food! Check the dress code. It's not formal but they don't allow "beach" wear or too casual attire. Impeccable service. wonderful atmosphere and food. ”
35 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“Great food, fantastic atmosphere for various occasions ( from date night to business meetings)”
33 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“A classic Creole bar with an upscale twist. This is an old-school New Orleans bar named for the champagne cocktail, and it still feels like a step back in time. Attached to Arnaud's, one of the city's Creole grande dame restaurants, the spot's decor is lush, the light is dim, and local legend Chris Hannah helms the bar, which has many liquor options besides the eponymous drink. The bubbly French 75 is the perfect beverage to toast any occasion.”
29 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“It's hard to choose just one, but probably my favorite restaurant in the city. Very pricey, so be ready for sticker shock.”
20 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“Established in 1918. Fine Creole dining. Don't forget to order a side of soufflé potatoes. ”
14 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Classy, wood-paneled bar specializing in martinis, plus steaks & seafood options & a courtyard.”
10 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“Dishes created with a striking blend of Creole and French influences have made New Orleans a favorite destination for lovers of inspired cuisine the world over. Found right in the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter, or Vieux Carre, Broussard's combines a mix of classic food, old architecture, and tradition to achieve a dining experience that you'll remember forever.”
11 locals recommend
Meal Takeaway
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“This is a local special - this long running po' boy spot started in the unused kitchen of a 24 hour bar. Now with multiple locations, this is the original. Walk into the bar, get a drink, then make your way to the back of the bar to find the po' boy shop.”
15 locals recommend
Bar
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“Seafood, Creole fare & famed bourbon milk punch in an airy room with a view, plus a raw oyster bar. Sit at the bar, chat with the oyster shuckers and bar tenders and enjoy a warm welcome to New Orleans.”
10 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Killer PoBoys serves my personal favorites roasted cauliflower or roasted sweet potato poboys. It also specializes in all the traditional fairs of shrimp and black beer beef debris. Just make certain you take off all your jewelry before devouring every morsel of the debris because it is wrist licking good.”
13 locals recommend
Restaurant
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4 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“Soul and Cajun Food in the heart of the city! Stunning views of everyone parading down Bourbon St. ”
2 locals recommend