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Located in NoLa’s French Quarter, Green Goddess is a great respite from the neighborhood’s bustle. Its evolving and inventive menu features a mix of local and contemporary dishes. Their signature fruit juice cocktails deserve a special mention. Try the Salty Mango-Banana Lassi for one.
Pick of the dining options within The Royal Sonesta Hotel, Restaurant R'evolution is the result of a much awaited collaboration between award-winning chefs John Folse and Rick Tramanto. Their varied culinary influences have resulted in food with Louisiana at its heart, but with inventive contemporary touches. Sample such creative delights as Death by Gumbo and A Tale of Three Fishes from the the diverse menu options. The Tasting Menu is recommended to fully experience the menu's depth. The elegant bar serves up a stellar array of spirits, with the vintage cocktails being a hot favorite among patrons. The restaurant's interiors feature a classical set up with earthy pastels on the walls and ambient lighting, completing the comfortable atmosphere. Hosting private functions here is a delight, with six dining rooms available, each with their own unique charm. Check website for more.
Situated in a quaint cottage, Bayona charms diners with its picturesque decor consisting of flower arrangements, murals and photographs. Serving Louisiana cuisine with a bit of a twist, Chef Susan Spicer puts together an inviting meal. Sit in the courtyard amid the plants or enjoy the ambiance of the romantic indoor dining hall. The desserts are a must try to finish off your meal.
Step into Muriel's for a taste of New Orleans. Barbecued shrimp, gumbo, grilled drums, oysters and a list of appetizers keep you company as the entrees are prepared. In addition to the delectable dinners, Muriel's also hosts a Sunday jazz brunch. Spaced out tables keep the conversations private. Events like dinner theaters happen seasonally.
Diners can find a taste of the Caribbean in the Crescent City with a meal at Coco Hut. This ultra casual hidden gem on Bayou Road serves up Caribbean favorites with a home cooked feel. Jerk options are always on the menu, alongside a number of seafood and vegetable dishes served with island flare. Fresh limeade is available to compliment any meal. While the standard menu is available at every meal, don't miss the daily specials spelled out on the restaurant's chalkboard. - Bethany Culp