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Eating in New Orleans

One of the best parts of visiting New Orleans is sampling all of the delicious food the city has to offer - from Creole to Vietnamese, it's hard to have a bad meal here! Please take advantage of our uptown and downtown dining suggestions.

$ = $10 or less; $$ = $10 - $20; $$$ = $20 - $40; $$$$ = $40+
  Uptown/University Area Downtown/French Quarter
New Orleans Cuisine Commander’s Palace $$$ Emeril’s Delmonico $$$
Jacques-Imos $$$ Acme Oyster House $$
Dante’s Kitchen $$$ Antoine’s $$$
Dick & Jenny’s $$$ Arnauds $$$
Mr. B’s Bistro $$$ Bayona $$$$
Patois $$$ August $$$$
Muriel’s $$$ Galatoire’s $$$
Upperline $$$ Luke $$$
Brigsten's $$$ Sylvain $$$$
Clancy’s $$$ Cochon $$$
Pascal’s Manale $$$ Emeril’s $$$
Martinique Bistro $$ Red Fish Grill $$$
Mat and Naddie's $$$ Drago’s $$
Willie Mae's $$ Emeril's NOLA $$$
Po Boys Domilise's Po Boys $ Mother’s $
Guy's Po Boys $ Johnny's $$
Mahoney's $$  
International Superior Grill $$ Rock-n-Sake $$
Babylon Café $ Stella $$$$
Kyoto $$ La Boca $$$
La Crepe Nanou $$ Felipe's $
Rum House $$ Domenica $$
Lebanon's $$  
La Thai $$  
Magasin $  
Sandwiches/Salads Reginelli's $ The Store $$
Milk Bar $ Reuben's $$
Satsuma $  
Burger Joints Camellia Grill $ Port of Call $$
Cowbell $$ Capdeville $$
Company Burger $  
Dat Dog $  

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The 15 Best Restaurants in New Orleans


New Orleans is ranked time and time again as one of the best food cities in the world, so picking one spot is always tough. So forget Zagat and Michelin, without further ado, the Office of Admission presents to you...The 15 Best Restaurants in New Orleans.

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James Carville, lead strategist of Bill Clinton's presidential campaign, teaches a political science class at Tulane each spring.