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Acme Oyster House (Baton Rouge)

BORN IN THE FRENCH QUARTER For over 100 years, Acme has been satisfying the hungriest of people all over the world! It's quality you can taste in the fresh, hand-shucked Louisiana oysters. Whether served ice cold on the half shell, chargrilled and sizzling in garlic butter or fried to golden perfection, Acme oysters are some of the best you'll ever have. And it's not just the oysters, we're serving all of the New Orleans classics like red beans and rice, seafood gumbo, jambalaya and more, all seasoned to perfection and served with a smile. So pull up a chair, take in the history and soak up the flavor.

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Acme Oyster House (French Quarter)

Looking for authentic New Orleans seafood served with a serious side of fun? Come on down to Acme Oyster House. The party starts with a dozen raw. They’re perfect, salty and always ice cold. Or try our legendary chargrilled oysters. After that, dive into a “10 Napkin Roast Beef” po’boy or the Peace Maker – half oyster, half shrimp, golden fried and dressed like a Mardi Gras Indian. Thought we only had oysters? You po’boy! Come eat at our house, Acme Oyster House, where Life’s More Fun with Seafood.

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Acme Oyster House (Metairie)

Looking for authentic New Orleans seafood served with a serious side of fun? Come on down to Acme Oyster House. The party starts with a dozen raw. They’re perfect, salty and always ice cold. Or try our legendary chargrilled oysters. After that, dive into a “10 Napkin Roast Beef” po’boy or the Peace Maker – half oyster, half shrimp, golden fried and dressed like a Mardi Gras Indian. Thought we only had oysters? You po’boy! Come eat at our house, Acme Oyster House, where Life’s More Fun with Seafood.

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Bratz Y'all Biergarten

Bratz Y’all! brings together delicious German inspired recipes with a New Orleans touch. We can be found year round at the best festivals, markets, and public events throughout the New Orleans area. In operation since 2012, Bratz Y’all! began shortly after our chef, Sven Vorkauf moved to New Orleans from his home town of Berlin, Germany. After over 20 years of culinary experience in Europe, he brings many new flavors and creative ideas to the New Orleans food scene. It’s something unique and different for the food lovers of the Crescent City!

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Cafe Sbisa

Like many of our peers, we have decided to temporarily close our doors.

We will spend this time honing our craft and we look forward to serving y'all again soon!

Established in 1899 and the third oldest fine-dining establishment in the French Quarter, Cafe Sbisa is proud to re-open it’s family-owned and operated restaurant under the direction of Co-Owners Mr. Craig Napoli and Executive Chef Alfred Singleton. Enjoy locally-sourced French-Creole cuisine in the iconic building with views of the French Market and famous George Dureau mural.

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Deanie’s Sea Food Kitchen

Family owned and operated, Deanie’s is a New Orleans tradition known for serving huge portions of fresh Louisiana seafood prepared with Deanie’s Signature Creole Seasonings. The first seafood market to open its doors in the quaint fishing village of Bucktown, Deanie’s Seafood operates three successful restaurants today, in Bucktown, in the historic French Quarter and our newest restaurant concept located on Magazine Street in the Garden District. Loved by locals and visitors, Deanie’s favorites include the Giant Seafood Platter, New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp, Boiled Crawfish and Soft Shell Crab.

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Deanie’s Seafood (Bucktown)

Family owned and operated, Deanie’s Seafood is a New Orleans tradition known for serving huge portions of fresh Louisiana seafood prepared with Deanie’s Signature Creole Seasonings. The first seafood market to open its doors in the quaint fishing village of Bucktown, Deanie’s Seafood operates three successful restaurants today, in Bucktown, in the historic French Quarter and our newest restaurant concept located on Magazine Street in the Garden District. Loved by locals and visitors, Deanie’s favorites include the Giant Seafood Platter, New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp, Boiled Crawfish and Soft Shell Crab.

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Deanie’s Seafood (French Quarter)

Family owned and operated, Deanie’s Seafood is a New Orleans tradition known for serving huge portions of fresh Louisiana seafood prepared with Deanie’s Signature Creole Seasonings. The first seafood market to open its doors in the quaint fishing village of Bucktown, Deanie’s Seafood operates three successful restaurants today, in Bucktown, in the historic French Quarter and our newest restaurant concept located on Magazine Street in the Garden District. Loved by locals and visitors, Deanie’s favorites include the Giant Seafood Platter, New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp, Boiled Crawfish and Soft Shell Crab.

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Drago’s Seafood (Lafayette)

People often ask us about the secret to our success. It’s no secret. You see it at the restaurant every day. We all love what we do. It’s been that way since Drago and Klara Cvitanovich opened our restaurant in 1969. They set out to offer delicious seafood and a good time to guests for a reasonable price. At that time, they couldn’t even imagine how many guests that would become. Today it’s still a family atmosphere. Klara is still at the front to greet our guests. Tommy Cvitanovich, Drago and Klara’s son, is there to see that things run smoothly. Our family has grown a lot since the early days—and our work family too. It would be impossible to do what we do without our very hard-working and loyal staff. Drago’s now has more than 400 employees who help us carry our legacy forward. And we all have a great time doing it!

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Drago’s Seafood (New Orleans)

Their secret ingredient is love. (In the Restaurant World, Maybe the Rarest Ingredient of All.) People often ask about the secret to Drago’s success. It’s no secret. You see it at the restaurant every day. They all love what they do. It’s been that way since Drago and Klara Cvitanovich opened their first restaurant in 1969. They set out to offer delicious seafood and a good time to guests for a reasonable price. At that time, they couldn’t imagine how many guests that would become. Today it is still a family atmosphere. Their family has grown a lot since the early days—and the work family has too. It would be impossible to do what they do without a very hard-working and loyal staff. Drago’s now has more than 400 employees who help carry the legacy forward. And they all have a great time doing it!

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Drago’s Seafood Restaurant (Metairie)

Their Secret Ingredient is Love.
(In the Restaurant World, Maybe the Rarest Ingredient of All.) People often ask about the secret to Drago’s success. It’s no secret. You see it at the restaurant every day. They all love what they do.

It’s been that way since Drago and Klara Cvitanovich opened their first restaurant in 1969. They set out to offer delicious seafood and a good time to guests for a reasonable price. At that time, they couldn’t imagine how many guests that would become.

Today it is still a family atmosphere. Family members are still at the front to greet guests. Tommy Cvitanovich, Drago and Klara’s son, is there to see that things run smoothly. And though 92-year-old Drago doesn’t select the oysters himself anymore, you can still see him at their restaurants when he’s not on duty as Grandpa.

Their family has grown a lot since the early days—and the work family has too. It would be impossible to do what they do without a very hard-working and loyal staff. Drago’s now has more than 400 employees who help carry the legacy forward. And they all have a great time doing it!

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Gordon Biersch Brewery & Restaurant

Located in the heart of New Orleans within walking distance of the French Quarter, Convention Center and Harrah’s Casino, Gordon Biersch is a favorite among locals and visitors. Gordon Biersch features a made-from-scratch American menu with bold International flavors. The restaurant can accommodate 375 guests. The bar features six plasma televisions, as well as a magnificent view of the restaurant’s brewing facilities; brewery tours and beer samplings are given by the Brew Master.

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Johnny’s PoBoy’s

Johnny’s Po-Boys was founded in 1950 by Johnny and Betty DeGrusha. The DeGrusha’s originally opened their small grocery and sandwich shop at 506 Chartres St. Later that same year, when a larger location became available, Johnny’s relocated around the corner to 511 St. Louis St., and has been a New Orleans landmark ever since. It is the oldest, family owned and operated po-boy restaurant in the French Quarter. Today, the third generation is proud and honored to carry on the family legacy.

Mr. Johnny was always known for his generosity, great personality, trademark smile and of course his over-stuffed po-boys. Johnny’s continues serving the largest selection of delicious, over-stuffed po-boys and has become the go-to breakfast place in the French Quarter. If you think the po-boys are big and tasty you should try the biscuits.

Over the years, Johnny’s Po-Boys has received many personal and professional awards, but we are most honored and grateful for all our wonderful patrons, both old and new. In 2020 Johnny’s will be celebrating its 70th Anniversary and we would love for you to join us. When planning your next visit to New Orleans please stop in and have a taste of history.

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namese

The food derived from the markets of Vietnam, have not only earned their respect in the culinary world, but transcends all social barriers by bringing cultures together from all over the world. Through the love of food, these tasteful dishes invite everyone from a common core to share in all corners of our beloved cities of Vietnam. ‘namese’ bridges the gap between the markets of Vietnam and the streets of New Orleans.

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Pythian Market

Pythian Market is a food hall in Downtown New Orleans. In here you’ll find local food purveyors and a fast craft bar; join us for breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner & everything in between! Pythian Market is located inside the historic Pythian which was first built in 1908 by the Colored Knights of Pythias. Called the Pythian Temple, it had a theater, rooftop garden, a local office of the NAACP, and numerous black-owned businesses.

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Vincent’s Italian Cuisine (Metairie)

Each of our Vincent’s locations has its own unique charm, but you can depend on getting a fabulous meal at both our Metairie and Uptown locations. Try the famous Corn & Crab Bisque served in a toasted bread bowl, the Veal & Spinach stuffed Canneloni (the House Specialty), the gigantic Seafood Stuffed Pork Chop, or any of the delicious daily specials. While Vincent acts as executive chef, he affords the head chefs in each kitchen a wide berth to showcase their own creations. Don’t be surprised if you are greeted by name on your subsequent visits – eating at Vincent’s is like dining with family. Once you’ve eaten at Vincent’s you’ll want to come back again and again.

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Vincent’s Italian Cuisine (Uptown)

Each of our Vincent’s locations has its own unique charm, but you can depend on getting a fabulous meal at both our Metairie and Uptown locations. Try the famous Corn & Crab Bisque served in a toasted bread bowl, the Veal & Spinach stuffed Canneloni (the House Specialty), the gigantic Seafood Stuffed Pork Chop, or any of the delicious daily specials. While Vincent acts as executive chef, he affords the head chefs in each kitchen a wide berth to showcase their own creations. Don’t be surprised if you are greeted by name on your subsequent visits – eating at Vincent’s is like dining with family. Once you’ve eaten at Vincent’s you’ll want to come back again and again.

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