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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.
Situated in the French Quarter, Oceana Grill has a sterling reputation as one of New Orleans' best seafood restaurants. Open late, Oceana serves hungry locals and tourists alike a delicious array of seafood. Entrees like the Redfish Oceana or the Blackened Bayou Duck are always favorites, though it's hard to find a dish here that isn't tasty. Fresh seafood, a convenient location and a convivial atmosphere makes this French Quarter establishment a great choice for a meal.
At NOLA, owned by famed chef Emeril Lagasse is all about creating the best patron experience possible. This means that the service, decor and most importantly, the food, most all work off of each other. NOLA accomplishes this and more, with a beautifully decorated dining area complemented by impeccable service and a diverse offering of seafood dishes. NOLA is short for New Orleans, and is an appropriate moniker as this restaurant nicely captures the essence of the Big Easy.
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.
Renowned chefs John Besh and Brian Landry have joined forces to bring New Orleans diners the best that the Louisiana coastline has to offer. Borgne offers a seafood-heavy menu featuring dishes like 10 Clove Garlic Louisiana White Shrimp in addition to a few dishes in which seafood doesn't star, like the Twice-Cooked Garlic Chicken and Slow Smoked Suckling Pig Empanadas. Borgne's lunch menu features a daily special alongside the regular offerings.
The Peche Seafood Grill is one of the most popular restaurants in the city's dining scene. Its fine flavor and quality has caught the attention of locals who have made it their regular dining spot. Specializing in under-sea creatures, the most famous item is the roast whole fish made from daily catch. All food is cooked in an open-fire, tossed and sauteed with care. The desserts are also delectable and should not be avoided.
Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro as its name suggest is a cozy restaurant in the city that offers patrons some splendid jazz performances alongwith delicious food. A host of different artistes, each with their individual style entertain the audience who keep coming back for more. The subdued lighting and wooden furnishings make a rustic setting for the world class performances. The food and wine also celebrate the occasion.
This New Orleans institution has such a wide-reaching reputation that even President Obama has sampled its offerings. Come here to get your hands around a poor boy (or po'boy) sandwich, a Louisiana traditional submarine sandwich. The sandwiches come in all varieties, from barbecued beef and charbroiled hamburger to grilled shrimp and oven-cooked turkey. Whatever you try, it's sure to be uniquely delicious.