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1000 Figs
A tiny Mediterranean delight in Mid-City, 1000 Figs offers food with big flavor.

Tour the TABASCO factory on Avery Island and stop by the restaurant for food spiked with the signature pepper sauce.

Avo’s menu features recipes handed down through the chef's family.

Bakery Bar
Bakery Bar serves the locally beloved doberge cake and a full range of cocktails.

Bar Frances
French-influenced New American cuisine in Uptown New Orleans.

Brick & Spoon
Build your own Bloody Mary all day at Brick & Spoon in the Garden District.

Brown Butter Southern Kitchen & Bar
Southern cuisine that covers the whole deep-South rules at Brown Butter.

Caribbean Room
Chef John Besh has re-opened the Caribbean Room at the historic Pontchartrain Hotel.

A Garden District townhouse becomes a casual dining spot offering an eclectic menu.

Chais Delachaise
A sister spot to The Delachaise in Uptown.

The Company Burger
Downtown New Orleans branch of The Company Burger offers sandwiches worth the stop.

Del Fuego Taqueria
Del Fuego offers Mexican fare on busy Magazine Street.

The Franklin
Enjoy eclectic fare at this sleek, stylish Marigny restaurant.

GG's Dine-O-Rama
GG's Dine-O-Rama is a new concept in a familiar space.

Johnny Sanchez
Upscale Mexican fare from two high-profile chefs defines this casual spot.

A bourbon-focused restaurant with a menu of smoked and grilled selections.

Kin offers diverse menu offerings that suggest Italian, Asian and even French influences.

Legacy Kitchen
Legacy Kitchen unveils contemporary comfort food.

Liberty Cheese Steaks
In a town full of po' boys, Liberty Cheese Steaks offers a savory dining option.

Mais Arepas
Mais Arepas offers cuisine with a Latin American flair.

Enjoy Italian cuisine, expert seasonings and an artsy atmosphere at Mariza.

A casual dining spot in the Warehouse District from chef Emeril Lagasse.

Mint Modern Bistro & Bar
Mint Modern offers Vietnamese cuisine on the Freret Street corridor.

Mr. Ed's Oyster Bar & Fish House
Mr. Ed's features traditional New Orleans seafood on St. Charles Avenue.

In-the-know foodies flock to this French-inspired wine bar in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans.

Nine Roses Cafe
Nine Roses has brought its authentic Vietnamese cuisine to the French Quarter.

Pizza Domenica
Pizza Domenica raises the bar on wood-fired pizza.

Press Street Station
Press Street Station serves the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) on the Bywater campus.

Primitivo's dishes are smoky, charred and full-flavored.

Purloo offers Southern cooking in a Southern museum.

Red Dog Diner
Red Dog Diner offers comfort food all day long in the Garden District.

Red's Chinese
Unique Asian food makes a home in the Bywater neighborhood.

Roux Carré
An open air food court with vendors selling food products ranging from traditional New Orleans specialties to Jamaican recipes and pupusas.

Sac-a-Lait gives full meaning to "farm-to-table" at its home in the Warehouse District.

Saveur offers continental cuisine on Magazine Street’s restaurant row.

Modern Israeli cooking comes to New Orleans thanks to chef Alon Shaya.

The Standard
An artfully renovated storefront lights up the Magazine Street restaurant row.

Tacos and Beer
Tacos and Beer: Easy to remember, as the name says it all for this Garden District spot.

Ted Brennan's Decatur
OPENING IN 2017 --- Previous Brennan's chef Lazone Randolph will oversee this French Quarter restaurant.

Willa Jean
Willa Jean is a sweet stop for fresh baked goods and cocktails.


Find out which restaurants and chefs top the list of GAYOT's 2016 Annual Restaurant Awards.