French Quarter Restaurants

Posted by Frank Relle on Jan 29, 2019 5:56:56 PM

 In a city known world-wide for its culinary excellence, how do you pick a place to eat? We have hand picked the top locations for your next lunch, dinner, and late night destination. 


Napoleon Housevisit_website-1
500 Chartres Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

Sit at the bar and have a Pimm’s cup or if the weather is right grab a courtyard table and ¼ muffaletta per person. Please note the muffalettas here come pressed, I love them for a quick lunch fix. 

Napoleon House Interior



Green Goddessvisit_website-1
307 Exchange Place
New Orleans, Louisiana

If you're looking for vegetarian and vegan options stop here for outdoor dining and creative fare. 

green goddess restaurant




625 Chartres Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

Here’s your place for a dark, brooding, candle lit dinner. I love the burger and the pork shoulder. The cocktails are a must. 

Sylvain interior



Restaurant R'evolutionvisit_website-1
777 Bienville Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

Chef John Folse offers an over the top dining experience that your mouth and your wallet will remember. I’m still thinking about that duck with a side of truffle mash potatoes. 

restaurant r'evolution interior



225 Chartres Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

Justin Devillier’s new sprawling French brasserie with an upbeat modern twist, think DJ next to the host. The Moroccan short rib will make you take deep breaths between bites. 



529 Bienville Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

I miss the old place but when it’s time for crabmeat au gratin and Lasagna Bolognese I’m heading to the upper Quarter. 

Irenes dining room



Late Night

Coop's Placevisit_website-1
1109 Decatur Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

Coop’s is a hole-in-the-wall on that’s open late and serves New Orleans homestyle basics like gumbo, jambalaya, fried chicken, and red beans and rice at decent prices. Drink the beer not the cocktails

coop's place restaurant



Killer Poboysvisit_website-1
811 Conti Street - Back of the Erin Rose Bar
New Orleans, Louisiana

The name says it all. The seared gulf shrimp with coriander lime sauce is my choice. They also have veggie po-boy options.

killer poboys restaurant


Topics: New Orleans Food, Recommendations