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Located in New Orleans’ bustling Warehouse District, Annunciation restaurant features modern Creole & Southern cuisine from Executive Chef Milton Prudence. Housed in a lovingly restored turn of the century warehouse, the restaurant combines traditional design with modern touches. Creative dishes include crispy oysters with spinach and brie; sweetbreads with grits and marsala; Sesame-crusted Yellowfin with Creole fried rice and our very own Veal Annunciation with homemade Fettuccine noodles. Cocktails are equally impressive and include concoctions like The Devil’s Beating His Wife – white rum, ginger syrup, Stiegl Radler and grapefruit and Catherine the Great– a modern twist on the classic French 75.Visit
It all started here. Antoine’s Restaurant, with a 176 year-old legacy, is still owned and operated by fifth generation relatives of the original founder, Antoine Alciatore. The world-renowned French-Creole cuisine, impeccable service & unique atmosphere create an unmatched dining experience in New Orleans since 1840.Visit
Antoine’s 14 dining rooms each have a unique history and charm, hosting private parties and events for up to 700+ guests.
Come see what it’s all about!
Apolline, the contemporary Creole restaurant and bar located on Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans, opened its doors November 2011. Apolline, a popular name for daughters in French-Creole culture meaning “gift from Apollo” comes from the ladies featured in John Preble paintings adorning the walls of the converted double shotgun house. Led by an experienced team of fine dining veterans, both the space and the cuisine are a celebration of New Orleans culture. Visit
Like many of our peers, we have decided to temporarily close our doors.Visit
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.
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.Visit
Located in a historic 1930’s building, MARCELLO’s Restaurant & Wine Bar is a culinary experience. It is owned and operated by the Todaro Family, and Executive Chef, Blakley Kymen. With a passion for food and wine, our patriarch, Gene Todaro Sr., arrived in New Orleans from Sicily in 1961 and, since then, has succeeded as both a wine merchant and restaurateur. Today, MARCELLO’S is the marriage of those two specialties. From Italian classic to modern chef creations, our menu is simple but robust; and with our entire restaurant selection on display for guests to personally peruse, our wine program is unique throughout the city. In addition, competitive pricing distinguishes MARCELLO’s from traditional restaurant wine mark-ups. At MARCELLO’s, you will experience gracious service, an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere, excellent comfort cuisine, and a comprehensive wine selection.Visit
Welcome to Marcello's Wine Market Cafe where we specialize in true Italian cooking. Born in Sicily & raised in New Orleans, we use the freshest ingredients that reflect authentic Sicilian cuisine with a touch of Northern Italy.
Our wine concept is giving guests the choice to browse our racks and make their selection from our value priced wines. Our wine pricing is slightly above wine boutique prices, but far below traditional restaurant wine list mark-ups.Visit
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.Visit
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.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