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It is no secret that New Orleans is a bucket-list destination for any foodie. New Orleans restaurants are a melting pot of the rich cultural heritage that has shaped the city and is reflected in the cuisine that you can only find here. Creole cuisine, for example, is an amalgamation of primarily African, French, Spanish influences. You will also find excellent Vietnamese, Italian and Cajun options.


Batture Bistro + Bar

Dine in the luxury of our hotel. Batture Bistro + Bar offers a New Orleans inspired breakfast and lunch menu with an all-day small bites menu. Our bar is the perfect place to sip on classic New Orleans cocktails after a full day exploring the city.

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A classic Creole restaurant since 1918, Arnaud’s is known for its Jazz brunch, soufflé potatoes, Café Brulot and the French 75 cocktail from its eponymous bar.

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antoines food


Established in 1840, Antoine’s is the nation’s oldest restaurant and is still owned and operated by fifth generation relatives of the original founder, Antoine Alciatore. The world-renowned French-Creole restaurant is the birthplace of Oysters Rockefeller, Eggs Sardou and Pommes de Terre Soufflées.

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banana foster


Brennan’s was established in 1946 and offers Creole traditions with contemporary New Orleans influences. Brennan’s is a popular breakfast destination and its Bananas Foster is prepared tableside.

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Gumbo Rice


A French Creole restaurant since 1905, Galatoire’s culinary customs have been preserved with little change throughout the decades.  Their popular Friday lunches are where the city’s movers and shakers gather to kick off the weekend.

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