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1000 Figs
A tiny mid-city restaurant offering food with big flavor.

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

Beachbum Berry's Latitude 29
The menu rocks, but Latitude 29 is all about exotic cocktails.

Brisbi's Lakefront Restaurant & Bar
Fresh seafood and lakefront dining are the star attractions at Brisbi’s.

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

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

District Donuts Sliders Brew
This is not your grandfather's donut and coffee shop.

District Hand Pie & Coffee Bar
Enjoy both sweet and savory hand pies at District Hand Pie & Coffee Bar.

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.

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 brings “Columbian Creole” cuisine to Central City.

Classic Italian cuisine comes to the Bywater neighborhood with Mariza.

McClure's Barbecue
McClure's Barbecue fills a niche in Uptown New Orleans.

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

Namese offers a respite for Vietnamese cuisine at one of the city's busiest intersections.

Noodle & Pie
Ramen noodles find an Uptown home at Noodle & Pie.

Pêche Seafood Grill
Pêche offers straightforward fish dishes cooked over an open fire.

Pizza Domenica
Domenica's pizza was so popular, it needed its own restaurant.

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

Purloo offers Southern cooking in a Southern museum.

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

The Sammich
The Sammich offers a fresh take on sandwiches.

Chef Dominique Macquet offers continental cuisine on Magazine Street.

Seed offers healthful cuisine with a few "cheat" treats.

Chef Alon Shaya offers modern Israeli cuisine in Uptown.

Tacos and Beer
Tacos and Beer: Easy to remember, as the name says it all.

Willa Jean
Chef John Besh adds a bakery to his collection of restaurants.


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