City Guide for New Orleans, LA
01Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse
A French Quarter mainstay featuring steaks, redfish, oysters and a sinful bananas Foster.
Intimate club featuring modern and traditional jazz in a speakeasy-like room behind the bar.
This Uptown restaurant features regional fare like remoulade and fried green tomatoes.
A no-frills Treme institution that's just a short cab ride from the French Quarter.
Liuzza’s has been a garlicky favorite, serving Creole-Italian fare since opening in 1947.
Funk, jazz, Cajun and more fill the spacious two-story Uptown space on most weekends.
Delicious traditional treats are the specialty at this popular French Quarter business.
This funky neighborhood coffee shop has terrific ginger lemonade and extraordinary sandwiches.
A po’ boy shop that’s vastly outgrown the bar in front. Two words: roast beef.
Featuring vocalist John Boutte as well as everything from Cajun to brass.