Restaurants Nearby

Acme Oyster And Seafood House <>
724 Iberville St.  This famous restaurant has been serving up poorboys for 100 years.

Angeli <>
1141 Decatur St. 566-0077  Greek/Mediterranean, Pizza One of the few French Quarter restaurants that stay open late during the week. Everything from hummus to pizza.

Arnaud's Restaurant <>
813 Bienville St. 523-5433
<>  Dressy (Jacket May Be Required) French, Creole. Leader of the culinary old guard since 1918. Dinner & Dixieland at world-famous Arnaud's with legendary Creole cuisine and music in the Jazz Room every night from 6:30. Sunday Brunch & Jazz. 

Bennachin <>
1212 Royal St., 522-1230
 At Bennachin's in the French Quarter, you won't find African-influenced New Orleans cuisine. Instead, you'll find New Orleans-influenced African cuisine. 

Cafe Du Monde <>
800 Decatur St., 581-2914  Here is where you get your coffee and beignets.

Cafe Maspero <>
601 Decatur St., 523-6250 , Seafood, Sandwich shop

Central Grocery <>
923 Decatur St. 523-1620 Sandwich Shop/Deli, Po-boys.  Home to the original muffaletta! The Grocery makes several varieties, including a veggie version.

Clover Grill <>
900 Bourbon St., 598-1010 Established in 1939, is a quirky New Orleans grill known for their delicious juicy burgers at very a cheap price.  Diner

Felix's Restaurant and Oyster Bar <>
739 Iberville St., po-boys, seafood

Galatoire's Restaurant <>
209 Bourbon St., Fine dining, where Blanch and Stella went for dinner in Streetcar Named Desire.   Dress up.  Located in the historic French Quarter, Galatoire's has the reputation of being the best of the old line establishments of New Orleans. Along with excellent French Creole cuisine, a festive and yet elegant atmosphere lure locals and visitors alike. Steeped in tradition and run by fourth generation proprietors, Galatoire's has delighted the many who have dined on renowned specialties such as shrimp remoulade, oysters en brochette and crabmeat Yvonne.

The Gumbo Shop <>
630 St. Peter St  Enjoy traditional and contemporary Creole cuisine in the casual elegance of a restored 1794 cottage with muraled walls and a garden patio. Our full menu includes salads and sandwiches, and a large wine list with all selections available by the glass. Cocktails, local beers, daily specials and fresh local fish.

Johnny's Po-boys <>
511 St. Louis St., American, Sandwich Shop/Deli, Po-boys. This favorite New Orleans hang-out has over 45 different varieties of the classic New Orleans po-boy!

Louisiana Pizza Kitchen <>
95 French Market Pl., Pizza, Italian.   Specializing in wood-fired gourmet pizzas and pastas, Louisiana Pizza Kitchen has received awards for Best Caesar Salad, Best Specialty Pizza, and Best Overall Pizza from New Orleans Magazine, and Gambit newspaper.

Napoleon House/Girod's Bistro <>
500 Chartres St., Bar/Pub Food, Cajun.   Housed in a historic landmark dating from 1797 and family owned since 1914, this European-style cafe serves local sandwiches, soups, salads, gumbo and jambalaya. The atmosphere is unique and casual, the music is classical. 

Palm Court Jazz Cafe <>
1204 Decatur St. Located in a refurbished French Market warehouse, this dinner club features the best in traditional jazz with many of the musicians also performing at Preservation Hall, and a British/Creole mix of food.

Pat O'Brien's <>
718 St. Peter St., Cajun, Sandwich Shop/Deli. If you're a tourist, you are required to visit Pat O's, order at least one high-velocity Hurricane and listen to the piano-players. It's the law.

Verti Marte <>
1201 Royal St., Sandwich Shop/Deli  Sandwiches that keep you coming back for more!