New Orleans

1. Deanie's Seafood Restaurant in the French Quarter

841 Iberville St., New Orleans, LA
American Restaurant · French Quarter · 253 tips and reviews
Verti Marte is one of New Orleans.

2. Verti Marte

1201 Royal St (at Gov Nicholls St), New Orleans, LA
Sandwich Spot · French Quarter · 104 tips and reviews

Miko M.Miko Mercer: Get the popular "all that jazz" po-boy loaded with ham, turkey, shrimp, cheeses and "wow" sauce

Willie Mae's Scotch House is one of New Orleans.

3. Willie Mae's Scotch House

2401 Saint Ann St (Tonti Street), New Orleans, LA
Southern Food Restaurant · Treme - Lafitte · 183 tips and reviews

Carolyn W.Carolyn W.: Don't leave to New Orleans without getting this fried chicken.

Café du Monde is one of New Orleans.

4. Café du Monde

800 Decatur St (at The French Market), New Orleans, LA
Café · French Quarter · 1558 tips and reviews

Team CocoTeam Coco: "If you're ordering the delicious French-style beignets here, don't wear black." - Conan O'Brien

Pat O'Brien's is one of New Orleans.

5. Pat O'Brien's

718 Saint Peter St (at Bourbon St.), New Orleans, LA
Piano Bar · French Quarter · 533 tips and reviews

Tim J.Tim Julien: Great way to kick off Bourbon Street. Chill-out in the back courtyard and order a round of Hurricanes.

6. Cochon Restaurant

930 Tchoupitoulas St (at Andrew Higgins St), New Orleans, LA
Southern Food Restaurant · Lower Garden District · 206 tips and reviews

Melinda H.Melinda H.: Great atmosphere inside or outside al fresco. Call ahead for reservations. Food... Fantastic!

Acme Oyster House is one of New Orleans.

7. Acme Oyster House

724 Iberville St (btwn Bourbon and Royal), New Orleans, LA
Cajun and Creole Restaurant · Central Business District · 527 tips and reviews

Laura H.Laura H: Sit at the bar (better service) and eat grilled oysters. Eat after 8pm - less crowded.

Jacques-Imo's Cafe is one of New Orleans.

8. Jacques-Imo's Cafe

8324 Oak St (at Dante Street), New Orleans, LA
Cajun and Creole Restaurant · Uptown - Carrollton · 175 tips and reviews

EaterEater: Most of the menu is straight-up Creole, among the best in town. You will likely have to wait for a seat, but the Maple Leaf Bar is half a block away, so it’s no big deal. [Eater 38 Member]

Sazerac Bar is one of New Orleans.

9. Sazerac Bar

130 Roosevelt Way (at Common St), New Orleans, LA
Cocktail Bar · Central Business District · 123 tips and reviews

Michelin Travel & LifestyleMichelin Travel & Lifestyle: At the Sazerac Bar inside the Roosevelt Hotel, order a potent sazerac or a more refreshing Ramos Gin Fizz. -Travel Editor