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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. Please take advantage of our uptown and downtown dining suggestions.

Be sure to check out Senior Associate Director Jeff Schiffman's blog post, "Three Perfect Meals in New Orleans," for even more recommendations!

$ = $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 $$
    Emeril's NOLA $$$
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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Newcomb Pottery, widely considered one of the most significant American art pottery collections of the 20th century, originated from Tulane's H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College pottery program.