Seafood Restaurants in New Orleans


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  • Omni Royale
    Property Location A stay at Omni Royal Orleans Hotel places you in the heart of New Orleans, steps from Historical Pharmacy Museum and Bourbon Street. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Cigar Factory New Orleans and Museum and Le Petit Theatre Du Vieux Carre. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 330 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Cable programming and video-game consoles are provided for your entertainment, with wired and wireless Internet access available for a surcharge. Bathrooms have hair dryers and bathrobes. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as multi-line phones with voice mail. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities DonÂ’t miss out on recreational opportunities including a health club and an outdoor pool. Additional features include wireless Internet access (surcharge), babysitting/childcare, and gift shops/newsstands. Dining Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service. Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, limo/town car service, and audiovisual equipment. Planning an event in New Orleans? This hotel has 14000 square feet (1301 square meters) of space consisting of conference/meeting rooms and banquet facilities. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request), and parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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    621 Saint Louis St
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Mia's Balcony
    Overlooking St. Charles Avenue, Mia's Balcony offers Mardi Gras revelers a central view of grand, glittering floats and shimmering beads. But the restaurant isn’t content to host a party once a year; on the other 364 days, visitors cheer on the college, professional, and sock-puppet football games broadcast over the patio's outdoor televisions, and a banquet room is available for private soirees. While watching a Saints or LSU game or just chatting, guests can share small plates of seared scallops on the half-shell or fish croquettes or dig into substantial entrees such as pepper-jelly lamb chops. On weekend mornings, the chefs prepare brunch dishes including creole omelets and veal grillades over grits. Local artwork, exposed-brick walls, and fireplaces set an inviting scene indoors. Bartenders fill glasses with craft beers, wine, and potent cocktails such as the French 75, a champagne- and gin-based drink based on a vintage recipe.
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    1622 St. Charles Ave.
    New Orleans, LA US
  • La Bayou
    Grab a bite to eat, and steal a taste of the South — La Bayou serves red hot Cajun cuisine. Those looking for a meal that s low in fat won t find it at La Bayou, where hearty, tasty meals come first. Be sure to complete your meal at La Bayou with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at La Bayou just as much as mom and dad. Outdoor seating is ready for diners on those warm summer days. La Bayou's dress code is casual — diners are welcome to dress up (or down) to their comfort level. Or, take your food to go. You can also have La Bayou cater your next event. Make use of the ample parking near La Bayou. Keeping dinner under $20 is no small feat, but it is entirely possible at La Bayou. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on La Bayou's menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you.
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    208 Bourbon St
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Jack Dempsey's Restaurant
    On a residential street near the river, a little white cottage with a hand-painted sign hosts heaping platters of crustaceans, catfish, rib-eye steaks, and creamy Southern sides. Creamy baked macaroni and potato salad escort fried redfish, frog legs, and soft-shell crab from a kitchen praised by Lonely Planet as "working in its own rarefied air," with each dish ceremonially blessed by a mermaid. Tuesday through Friday, lunch specials pack salads and po boys with oysters and shrimp. A glass of sangria from the bar offers a refreshingly fruity counterpoint to the flavors of the sea.
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    738 Poland Ave
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Oceana Grill
    Summon the senses out of bed with the efficiency of a rooster with an alarm clock with Oceana's kicky menu of morning tastes. Try the Cajun omelette ($12.50), with spicy seasonings, mushrooms, and onions, or maw maw's Cajun breakfast ($12), packed with bacon, ham, shrimp, eggs, and rice. Cr?pes ($15?$18) call out to lovers of foldable fare with the St. Marie (spinach, cheddar, chicken, and hollandaise) and the St. James (shrimp, crabmeat, onions, red peppers, and cheese). Midday grub includes fried-catfish po? boys ($9.50), classic cheeseburgers ($9.50), and crab-cake burgers ($9.50). Louisiana-style dinner entrees such as the grilled ahi-tuna "la boheme" topped with barbecued shrimp and served with saut?ed veggies ($20) and smoked duck sided with potatoes and vegetables ($21) take care of heartier appetites.
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    739 Conti St
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Cochon
    Cochon: A User's Guide Innovative Cajun Cooking | James Beard Award–Winning Chef | NY Times–Lauded Eatery | Renovated Warehouse Location Sample Menu Appetizer: fried alligator with chili-garlic aioli Entree: rabbit and dumplings, a dish Bon Appétit called “unforgettable" Dessert: pineapple upside-down cake with coconut-lime sorbet and dulce de leche Claim to Fame: When it opened just a few months after Hurricane Katrina, Cochon quickly became a cornerstone for the city to rebuild around. Located inside a renovated industrial building in the Warehouse District, the acclaimed restaurant fuses an unshakeable devotion to old traditions with an enthusiasm for innovation. Who’s Cooking: James Beard Award–winning chef Donald Link, who grew up in Louisiana and drew inspiration from his grandparents’ Cajun cooking. Chef Link’s cookbook, Real Cajun, also won a James Beard Award for Best American Cookbook. Bragging Rights: You don’t have to search long to find a major publication singing Cochon’s praises: the restaurant has been featured on the Travel Channel’s The Layover with Anthony Bourdain, in Esquire, and in the New York Times, which called the food here “head-shakingly good.” While You’re Waiting: Wander next door to check out Cochon Butcher—an old-world-style meat market that offers sandwiches, small plates, house-cured sausages, and wine and beer. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Head over to the Central Business District and check out Chef Link’s flagship establishment, Herbsaint (701 Saint Charles Avenue). The Times-Picayune named this French-American bistro one of the Top 10 New Orleans Restaurants on numerous occasions.
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    930 Tchoupitoulas St
    New Orleans, LA US

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