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ANTOINE'S (French Quarter) - 713-717 Rue Saint Louis, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 USA. Telephone: (504) 581-4422, Fax: (504) 581-3003. Antoine's is one of the oldest restaurants in America .. and one of the first to put New Orleans cuisine on the map (who could forget that Folger's commercial!). The location, the service, and the food make it a great place to have dinner.
ARNAUD'S (French Quarter) - 813 Rue Bienville, New Orleans, LA 70112. Phone: 1-866-230-8892. This New Orleans restaurant leader of the culinary old guard is serving up tradition in a menu that benchmarks the Creole classics, many created here, such as succulent Oysters Bienville and Shrimp Arnaud, chilled boiled shrimp marinated in a homemade remoulade sauce.
BAYONA (French Quarter) - 430 Dauphine Street 525-4455. Fresh, clean and lively flavors flow from Chef Susan Spicer's creative contemporary American cuisine, served with professional skill in a comfortably chic renovated Creole cottage in the French Quarter. From appetizers to desserts, quality consistently reaches impressive levels.
DOMINIQUE'S (French Quarter)- 1001 Rue Toulouse, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112. Phone: (504) 586-8000. Specialties include contemporary French selections, complemented by Louisiana influences. All pastries, breads and pastas served at this New Orleans restaurant are made fresh daily in-house. Voted one of the ten best restaurants in New Orleans and awarded the Distinguished DiRoNA Award for 2005!
COMMANDER'S PALACE (Garden District)- 1403 Washington Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130. Phone: (504) 899-8221. A hidden jewel in the heart of New Orleans' Garden District, Commander's Palace is truly the finest dining experience in the world. Commander's gardens are well shaded and thick with lush greenery. Running water completes the serene setting with sounds that soothe the soul and set the mood for an unparalleled culinary adventure.
EMERIL'S (Arts District) - 800 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans, 70130 Reservations: (504) 528-9393. The restaurant fairly hums with energy in its hip restyled warehouse setting, and everything ­ from the service to the wines to the breads baked in-house ­ gets a lot of attention. But the centerpiece remains Chef Emeril Lagasse's stunning updates of the ripe and robust south Louisiana culinary tradition.
GALATOIRES (French Quarter)- 209 Bourbon Street, New Orleans 70116 Reservations (504) 525-2021. Since 1905, diners have raised their glasses to toast the good life at Galatoire's, an elegant New Orleans dining haven steeped in tradition. Galatoire's was named as one of the nation's Top 50 restaurants in the October, 2001 issue of Gourmet magazine, and has garnered many other awards during its 97-year-old history.
NEW ORLEANS GRILL (Business District) - Located In The Windsor Court Hotel, 300 Gravier Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 USA. Telephone: (504) 522-1992. In a city known for spectacular food, The New Orleans Grill, formerly named the Grill Room, has long been recognized as one of the Nation’s top restaurants. Executive Chef Jonathan Wright’s contemporary European cuisine draws on his French training and the bounty of Louisiana products.
UPPERLINE (Uptown) - (closed Monday & Tuesday) 1413 Upperline Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118 USA. Telephone: (504) 891-9822. "If you can eat at only one fine restaurant in New Orleans, make it the Upperline." Southern Living / Travel South. One of our favorite restaurants anywhere!
EMBERS STEAK HOUSE (French Quarter) - 700 Bourbon Street (corner of Bourbon & St. Peter), New Orleans, Louisiana 70123 Telephone: (504) 595-3172. The Embers (as locals call it) has long been the place to go to when you want to have have a serious steak AND enjoy the fun of Bourbon Street. With the largest balcony on Bourbon Street, the Embers offers a chance to watch the revelry of the French Quarter and enjoy great steaks. Embers has long been known for their oversized prime rib which averages two pounds and comes with salad and a baked potato. Embers also tends to stay open late, perfect for a city that doesn't like to sleep!

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