300 Gravier St, New Orleans
One of New Orleans' most notable restaurants boasts eclectic European-influenced cuisine in a lavish, upscale setting.
701 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans
It was very crowded the day we went due to the Saints vs. Texans game, but the atmosphere was great! It was my first time going to NOLA and this place was about 2 blocks from my…
333 Poydras St, New Orleans
I stopped in after wondering for some time about the place. It was empty but for a hotel guest, and my girlfriend and I still had to wait for petulant attention from the…
921 Canal St, New Orleans
The French Quarter Bar is a great first or any date place. The entertainment is fantastic, if you don't like your date you can always dream about Jeremy Davenport. And, the…
133 Royal Street, New Orleans
In ShortThe much-copied look of hardwood floors, decorative stained glass, checked tablecloths, brass rails and walls filled with knickknacks has been a staple at this restaurant…
1032 St Charles Ave, New Orleans
Rude bartender. Honestly never going back because of it.
116 Baronne St, New Orleans
Locals and stray tourists frequent this friendly bar on the Quarter outskirts for cheap drinks, specialty sandwiches, and happy hour.
715 Saint Charles Ave, New Orleans
Pro: Named for a scandalous cabaret in Paris in the late 19th - early 20th Century, where Erick Satie played piano and tangos were performed. On St. Charles Avenue, actors,…
201 Baronne St, New Orleans
Great place to get a quick awesome do!!