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New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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New Orleans Dining

Let the amazing scents guide you to the restaurants of New Orleans. Walk through the music-filled streets, and catch the aromas of Cajun spices, mouthwatering steaks and gourmet specialties prepared at America's finest restaurants.

Elegant Dining

A wonderful spot for dining in New Orleans is the legendary Brennan's. It's been around since 1946, serving outstanding French and Creole foods. The venue's décor is tasteful and not overdone. It features a romantic patio surrounded by large magnolia trees and fountains. You'll agree that the wine cellar's collection is one of the most impressive in the city. Everything from the steaks to the seafood is superb.

Tip: Brennan's is renowned for its Bananas Foster dessert. Made in rum, cinnamon and cream, and topped with homemade vanilla ice cream, it's not something you want to skip.

Another establishment worth trying is the 170-year old Antoine's. A favorite of novelists and locals, Antoine's provides a truly memorable dining experience. The Oysters Rockefeller, flavored with a secret green sauce, are the rave of the town. Taste the steamed crawfish, as well. They're a staple of New Orleans cooking.

Casual Eateries

If casual translates into friendly and relaxed, then a perfect example is GW Fins. It has earned a reputation for being among the best in the United States. If you're in the mood for seafood, you've come to the right place. Everyone loves the lobster dumplings and Caesar salads; they seem to fly out of the kitchen. For the star of the evening, go with the yellow fin tuna or the Canadian salmon, which is made on a wood grill and paired with roasted buttered corn.

For steak, the Embers Steak House is an ideal choice. You'll have the opportunity to sit on the largest terrace in the city from which you can watch the happenings of Bourbon Street.

Decadent Desserts

Café Du Monde is word-famous for its café au lait (coffee with hot milk) and beignets (deep-fried pastry fritters with powered sugar on top). While there are eight locations total, the original on Decatur Street in the French Quarter is the most beloved. All are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


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