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Seafood boils are a tradition in Louisiana, and we’re adding to this flavorful part of our culture with our restaurant in NOLA’s Garden District. Hieu, the man who started BOIL Seafood House, grew up fishing for shrimp and crawfish, and he’s eager to share his passion for cooking up fresh catches. At our restaurant, you start by picking your seafood, your flavor, and then choosing your heat level. Then you’ll be able to sit back and enjoy your meal with everyone else who’s gathered around the table. It’s just like a backyard boil except for the fact that the food, cocktails, and craft beer never end. Bring your friends. Bring your appetites. It’s time to eat.Visit
Where there’s smoke…there’s Central City BBQ. In 2016, Aaron Burgau, Marc Bonifacic and partners restored a building in historic “Central City” New Orleans. There they combined their passion for smoke, fire, and whole hog barbecue. With two fifteen foot big screen tv’s and our inviting outdoor patio, Central City BBQ is a great place to come eat, drink and hangout.
Chais Delachaise, a quaint wine bistro located right off the streetcar line in the beautiful Maple Street area of Uptown, New Orleans. Share a bottle of wine and a couple of small plates late night on the patio. Bring a date or meet up with friends for dinner and cocktails. The menu is inspired by the food, wine and flavors we love from around the globe. Daily specials combine local farm and fresh seafood into Chefs take on global and classic dishes. We have a full bar with award winning mixologists and an extensive eclectic wine list with over 40 wines by the glass. Check our facebook & twitter for daily specials!
Happy Hour • 3:00 pm-6:00 pm
Reverse Happy Hour • Fri-Sat • 10:00 pm-12:00 am
Wednesday Wineday • $20 Bottles • $3 off Cheese
Frozé Friday • $5 All Day
Gris-Gris was named New Orleans’ best new neighborhood restaurant by featuring refined, Southern cuisine, and local favorites in a casual and comfortable atmosphere. Since opening in August of 2018, Gris-Gris has been named Eater New Orleans’ Reader’s Choice for both 2018 Restaurant of the Year and Chef of the Year, New Orleans CityBusiness’ 2018 Restaurant of the Year, New Orleans Magazine Best Restaurants of 2019 and TimeOut.com Best New Orleans Restaurants 2019.Visit
In the heart of New Orleans, expertly crafted food, spirits and cocktails come together in a unique privately owned micro-distillery and restaurant. We are quintessentially southern with a distinct Louisiana influence. We are Lula Restaurant-Distillery. As the first and only restaurant-distillery in New Orleans, Louisiana and in the Southeast US, we promise to offer you an incredible experience in the shadows of our copper still and along the historic streetcar line of St. Charles AvenueVisit
Nirvana offers New Orleans the most diverse, authentic Indian menu. From samosas, pakoras and mulligatawny soup to chicken tikka masala, tandoori chicken, butter chicken and a range of vegetarian dishes, our menu is sure to satisfy the most discerning palate and Indian gourmand.Visit
Located on picturesque Jackson Square at Le Petit Theatre, Tableau is Dickie Brennan’s latest restaurant. The menu showcases regional ingredients and classic French Creole dishes with a modern approach. The cuisine is sophisticated, yet true to tradition, with great depth of flavor. Guests enjoy a front row seat to the culinary action beside the open kitchen in the restaurant’s main dining room. A grand staircase spans three stories of the restaurant, connecting private dining rooms, balcony dining with a view of Jackson Square and courtyard seating, for an truly authentic New Orleans dining experience. Tableau is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and for Brass band brunch on weekends.Visit
No matter where you are in the downtown New Orleans area come enjoy delicious French cuisine the Native New Orleanians and visitors love. Just off world famous warehouse and art gallery district. Stop in for an afternoon cocktail in our sophisticated courtyard. Then walk down to French Quarter or Convention Center.Visit