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Founded in 1992 by Hard Rock Cafe creator Issac B. Tigrett, House Of Blues has grown into a multi-dimensional entertainment company featuring top-name blues, jazz, and contemporary acts. Try the slow smoked baby back ribs, the Pacific Rim Tuna Steak or the cedar pan roasted salmon and finish off with the White Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding.
Situated in the French Quarter and a stone's throw from Bourbon Street is Arnaud's Restaurant, a classic Creole establishment boasting some of New Orleans' most famous dishes. Here, an elegant decor and classy setting add that extra ambiance that makes meals here something special. The menu is comprised of numerous Creole favorites, with an emphasis on seafood. There are live jazz performances, a separate bar and a romantic main dining room to ensure you can have whatever kind of evening you're looking for.
If you are looking for a great tasting inexpensive lunch or breakfast, Cafe Beignet is the place for you. Staying true to their name, this restaurant serves the famous New Orleans beignets—fried squares of dough dusted with powdered sugar—as well as Belgian waffles, omelets, bagels and brioche French toast. Lunch is a mix of classic Creole dishes and traditional soup or sandwich midday fare. You may order wine by the glass or bottle from the exclusive Robert Mondavi Wine Bar.
This family-owned famous restaurant has created a casual and comfortable family-friendly spot in the French Quarter. A full bar with sports and news television adds to the casual, fun atmosphere. Remoulade's plays host to a daily New Orleans food festival offering everything from gumbo, chock full of fresh seafood, to good old American burgers. Regardless of what you choose, the price is always fair.
Renowned chef and restaurateur John Besh combined German and French cooking traditions with his Louisiana roots to develop the menu at his Central Business District brasserie. Unlike most CBD restaurants, Luke offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast diners can choose from baked goods from the patisserie and a la carte sides like skillet potatoes and cane syrup sausage. The lunch menu includes salads, soups, daily hot specials, and selections from the raw bar. Those looking for an evening meal can enjoy fine offerings like a whole roast Cochon de Lait with cherry mustard and stewed greens, or crabmeat maison with fresh herbs, greens, and country bread croutons. Don't miss daily blackboard specials.
A gem from New Orleans' renowned Commanders family of restaurants, SoBou is an upscale tavern that offers a relaxed drinking experience with delectable food to match. While the menu is Creole at its heart, the kitchen's focus is on street food and light bites. The menu changes throughout the day to keep things interesting, and in the past, has included small bites such as Shrimp & Tasso Pinchos, Sweet Potato Beignets and the SoBou Burger, a year-round favorite. The drink list offers a choice of cocktails, featuring a mix of classic as well as inventive concoctions. Also on offer is a varied choice of wines. The lively beer garden is a great place to chill out with friends. The warmly decorated interiors are expansive and ideal for hosting private events. Check website or call ahead for more.