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Olde N'awlins Cookery is a casual, local restaurant that prides itself is offering its guests a dining experience that is authentic. With specialities like BBQ shrimp, blackened Redfish, crawfish etoufee, Alligator bites and seafood gumbo alongside cajun pastas, steaks, salads and much more, the restaurant serves up a delicious selection of local dishes, prepared using authentic recipes and all the spices that distinguished this cuisine from all others. To keep you cool as you savour your delicious meal, the bar offers a variety of beers, wines and colorful cocktails. Located in the heart of the city's French Quarter, the restaurant has come to be popular amongst locals and tourists alike.
With options like the big steak omlete, fluffy pancakes, delicious crepes and scrambled eggs available in a staggering variety of flavors, the IHOP offers diners breakfast and brunch items all day and all night long. This chain of restaurants has garnered much attention over the years, and continues to evolve and expand its menu. The IHOP at Canal Street is open 24 hours a day making it a great choice for a late meal after a night out at the nearby Bourbon Street.
After passing through the pink neon signboard reading 'Justine', you are treated to a classic interior which is characterized by light-colored walls, bright lights and wooden decor, giving this restaurant a classic and welcoming vibe. Managed by Mia and Justin Devillier, the kitchen here serves Lobster Tartine, Escargots En Bordelaise, Justine Burger, Poisson Amandine, Duck Confit, Moules Frites and many more.
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.
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, the Pelican Club replicates a classic 19th century French Quarter Townhouse, housing three individually designed dining rooms and a large bar. The cuisine fuses traditional New Orleans dishes with modern international flavors to produce an innovative contemporary menu. Highlights include the Pelican Club Baked Oysters, Panned Gulf Fish and the Seared Yellowifsh Tuna. Mirroring the food, the decor is dually traditional and contemporary, featuring cypress and burnished wood paneling, black leather banquette, and original paintings by local artists. The wine list consists of Californian, French and Italian wines. Excellent food and great wine, are you still asking for more!
Desire is a charming, historic restaurant offering diners a selection of soul-satisfying local dishes. The menu is composed of a variety of seafood dishes, po-boys, soups, salads and appetizers. Apart from breakfast special and local favorites like jambalaya, gumbo, crispy calamari, muffaletas. Crawfish etoufee and shrimp creole, the restaurant also offers an amazing variety of oyster specialities including their signature broiled oysters with parmesan cheese, creole seasoning and garlic butter. With food that is served in generous proportions and topped with delicious house-made sauces, Desire has everything you could need to satisfy a craving for some soul food.