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K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen

This refurbished and expanded historic house, originally built in 1834, offers Cajun cuisine by Chef Paul Prudhomme. The main floor remains the first choice for the casual diner. The second floor is formal and requires reservations. You can also dine on the balcony or in an intimate al fresco courtyard. Chef Paul's cuisine combines Creole and Cajun into what he describes as "Louisiana cooking." Not only is his food authentic, but you would also be hard pressed to find anything fresher; K-Paul's “no freezers” rule applies to everything on the menu, so even the daily specials adhere to this high standard of culinary excellence. Fried catfish fingers and bronzed salmon are just two of the many tantalizing items on the menu.

Acme Oyster House

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.


Located in the heart of the business district, August is a major New Orleans culinary delight. This historic venue offers French dishes with a distinctive Louisiana flair. Chef John Besh has helped to create an elaborate menu including dishes such as "Salade August" (salad with candied pumpkin seeds and Point Reyes blue cheese), Parmesan-crusted blackfish with lobster, whipped potatoes and bouillabaisse jus, and pork belly and lobster "en barigoule." A wine room and private dining options are also available.

Bourrée at Boucherie

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.

Dong Phoung Oriental Bakery & Restaurant

Since the early 1980s, Dong Phoung Oriental Bakery and Restaurant has been providing New Orleans East with fresh breads, pastries and Vietnamese cuisine. Stop in the bakery portion of the building to pick up freshly baked Dong Phoung bread, a Banh Mi sandwich wrapped to go, a savory Pate Chaud or sweet Almond Buns. For a sit-down meal, head to the restaurant for hot Vietnamese and Chinese Cuisine. Dong Phoung's restaurant menu features dishes like Pho and rice plates.

Cafe Carmo

Rich flavors and traditions from Central America, South America, the Caribbean, and the Gulf Coast meld on the menu at Carmo Café. This lunchtime destination draws diners from the Warehouse District and CBD with tropical dishes made with fresh ingredients. While the menu doesn't shy away from meaty dishes, vegetarians and vegans can rejoice in the constant availability of meat-free and vegan-friendly options. The short menu at Carmo Café features soups, sandwiches, salads and always changing specials like Summer Seafood Gazpacho, Beef or Tofu Brochettes in Coconut Cashew Sauce, and Savory Bread Pudding.

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