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Acme Oyster House has been a mainstay in the NoLa dining scene since its inception in 1910. This iconic restaurant, with its vintage neon signboard, serves up a unique take on local flavors. Their signature raw oysters are a must have, followed by coastal specialties like Poopa, French bread canopy stuffed with sausage and shrimp gumbo.
A part of the Brennan family, Mr. B's Bistro features Creole cuisine served in an upscale ambiance. It has earned many accolades for its authentic menu and tantalizing flavors. Try the panko crusted jumbo shrimp or the Gumbo Ya Ya, both of which are traditional favorites. The heartwarming score on the live piano provides a pleasant backdrop to the meal.
Located in the French Quarter, the Deja Vu Restaurant and Bar is the perfect place to treat yourself. Their menu offers a variety in American cuisine, with an extensive menu for breakfast. Start your day with their egg specials which come in different combinations and styles. Right from steak and eggs, Mexican omelette to Eggwich, there are too many options to choose from, to kick-start your day. The menu also features appetizers, salads and clubs to satiate you. Reasonably priced, the overstuffed sandwiches promise a hearty meal. Apart from the food, there is video poker to keep you occupied.
From the heart of the French Quarter, Vacherie serves up Creole and Cajun flavors usually reserved for those who make their way to much more rural parts of Louisiana. This cozy and colorful restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks from its location in the Hotel Suite Marie. Vacherie's main dining room also serves hearty portions of dishes, while the cafe serves lighter fare like salads and sandwiches.
Located in the French Quarter, Corner Oyster Bar & Grill is usually crowded all day, with most regulars frequenting it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant specializes in seafood, serving Popcorn Shrimp with special sauce, Bacon salad and the Oyster dishes which cannot be missed. Accompany your meals with a drink from the full bar for a complete dining experience. Featuring 16 large screens that broadcast the season's best games, you will not miss any of the exciting action. On most game nights, the ambiance is noisy and the place a tad too crowded with locals cheering on their favorite team. Watch the season's most awaited games in company of friends, while you snack on tapas and chilled beers.
Located in the iconic Jackson Square, Stanley is chef Scott Boswell’s take on casual dining. The warm and cheery dining room frames the beautiful St. Louis Cathedral with its glass windows and is a bustling place with regulars enjoying the familiar fare. Stanley is all about the comfort food that New Orleans is famed for but with a twist from chef Boswell. Featuring an all day menu of breakfast and brunch, hearty sandwiches, home-made ice creams and their famous burger, Stanley's will soon have you coming back for more.
Homemade ice cream and wonderfully hand-crafted sodas lure folks into The Soda Shop. This casual John Besh café in the World War II Museum takes visitors back to the days of the counter-service soda shop. Besh uses artisan ingredients to create sweet treats, like the Steen's Cane Syrup cupcake, house-made marshmallow cream pie and Very Very Local Berry Shakes. Need something with a little more substance? Order one of The Soda Shop's sandwiches, like the grilled pimento with roasted jalapeno country ham, or the Bad Mamma Jamma with pork gravy. Moreover, breakfast is served daily.
Headed by none other than the Queen of Creole Cuisine, Leah Chase herself, Dooky Chase's Restaurant is somewhat of a landmark in Mid-City. The rumor mill has it that the charming restaurant is more or less unchanged since its inception in 1941. Given the old-world charm and feel-good nostalgia that the restaurant exudes, the rumor doesn’t feel difficult to believe. Complementing the homely ambiance of the restaurant is the delectable range of Creole preparations, along with a selection of soul food. In addition to serving some of Louisiana's most-loved dishes like fried chicken, Veal Parmesan and Mac 'N' Cheese, Dooky Chase's is also famous for its incredible lunch buffets. For connoisseurs of Creole cuisine, Dooky Chase's Restaurant is almost like a pilgrimage, simply unmissable.
Willie Mae Seaton inspires and satisfies hungry customers with her famous fried chicken that she has been serving in her neighborhood restaurant for decades. With the assistance of her great-granddaughter, Kerry Seaton-Blackmon, Willie Mae's Scotch House continues to serve up homemade southern food like pork chops and red beans (alongside the restaurant's famous fried chicken) to customers looking for an award-winning lunch. Go to Willie Mae's Scotch House for a plate of unforgettable fried chicken, but don't expect to leave with the recipe — Willie Mae closely guards the famous formula that has kept customers coming back for years.
The modest surroundings and the simple white frame building housing Elizabeth's can be quite deceptive and is no indication of the delicious food on the platter. It serves a hearty meal whether its breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. The praline bacon, Eggs Elizabeth and Redneck Eggs Benedict, which are poached eggs perched atop fried green tomatoes are to die for. All in all, an unpretentious eatery for casual dates and outings.
Inspired after the age-old Cajun tradition of sharing the food among the participants of the feast, Bourrée at Boucherie translates to butcher shop. It is the most popular place that locals flock to, when in need for a dose of rich Southern-style dishes. The menu is influenced by Chef Zimet's personal experiences as he explored the many food options in North Carolina before beginning this venture. The prices are affordable and adds to the happy smiles that can be seen on the faces of diners relishing their meals here.