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SylvainSylvain
1205 reviews
Contemporary American | French Quarter, New Orleans

Lovely, small restaurant. Good, attentive service. Enjoyed my brunch experience there. The pork with grits was delicious! More

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CavanCavan
114 reviews
American | Uptown, New Orleans

This is one of my new favorites. The service was impeccable and the food was delicious. We ordered the tuna carpaccio, the crab toast , and an oyster-pancetta-brie appetizer. All wonderful. For dinner we ordered the shrimp and the daily fish. The dessert was my favorite. We had the red velvet cake made by "Ruby" who needs to open her own place it was so good. We cannot wait to go back. So glad to have found this jewel of a restaurant. More

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Meauxbar BistroMeauxbar Bistro
420 reviews
Bistro | French Quarter, New Orleans

Brad's service was amazing. The food was amazing and not expensive for the quality. Highly recommend the gnocchi and pork belly! More

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The Grill Room at the Windsor Court HotelThe Grill Room at the Windsor Court Hotel
553 reviews
Contemporary Southern | Central Business District, New Orleans

We had the 19.84 lunch and it was WELL worth it. The crab cake was full of crab! Service was also excellent. We will be back. More

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Restaurant AugustRestaurant August
4893 reviews
Contemporary French | Central Business District, New Orleans

One of the best meals I've ever had. Friendly and professional service- not pretentious at all which is refreshing for such a popular restaurant! Be sure to order the gnocchi with truffle sauce - unbelievable! More

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New Orleans's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Square Root1. Square Root
166 reviews
Contemporary American | Garden District, New Orleans

The food is SO inventive and tasty! We had a fantastic experience there. It's great to have the chefs and sommelier there to discuss the food sources and various wines. Only one of us got the wine pairings but we all wished we had done it, the wine really complemented the meals well. More

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Restaurant August2. Restaurant August
4893 reviews
Contemporary French | Central Business District, New Orleans

One of the best meals I've ever had. Friendly and professional service- not pretentious at all which is refreshing for such a popular restaurant! Be sure to order the gnocchi with truffle sauce - unbelievable! More

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Del Porto Ristorante3. Del Porto Ristorante
75 reviews
Contemporary Italian | Covington, New Orleans

Everything was quite simply fabulous! The grilled shrimp with roasted beets divine and the Tuna sublime and I always love the beef carpaccio. More

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Foundation Room House of Blues New Orleans4. Foundation Room House of Blues New Orleans
33 reviews
Contemporary American | French Quarter, New Orleans

My wife and I have dined in restaurants in most major cities. This small, elegant restaurant is at the top of our list. We were treated like royalty from the moment we arrived, got an insiders tour of the entire House of Blues venue, and enjoyed a memorable meal. I'd give this place more stars if I could. More

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GW Fins5. GW Fins
5999 reviews
Seafood | French Quarter, New Orleans

Great food and service...excellent experience. Really enjoyed the Lobster Dumplings! More

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New to OpenTable

New Orleans restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
BoucherieBoucherie
Contemporary Southern | Uptown, New Orleans

Chef Nathanial Zimet serves up seasonal Contemporary Southern Cuisine at Boucherie along side craft cocktails and a rotating selection of beer and wines.More

Casablanca RestaurantCasablanca Restaurant
Middle Eastern | Metairie, New Orleans

Casablanca Restaurant brings you back to Morocco. The cuisine is amazing, all dishes are made in house from Cous Cous rolled by hand to the Lamb Tanzia Fassi which is baked in the Tagine. We have many Vegetarian options which include hand rolled Grape Leaves to fresh cracked wheat Taboli.More

Chais DelachaiseChais Delachaise
International | Uptown, New Orleans

Chais Delachaise, a quaint wine bistro located right off the streetcar line in the beautiful Maple Street area of Uptown, New Orleans. Share a bottle of wine and a couple of small plates late night on the patio. Bring a date or meet up with friends for dinner and cocktails. Come for weekend brunch with the family. The menu is inspired by the food, wine and flavors we love from around the globe. Daily specials combine local farm and fresh seafood into Chef Daniel Volponi's take on global and classic dishes. Bouillabaisse, Grilled Caribbean Lobster, Jerk Grilled Gulf Shrimp, are but a few dishes that may pop up on our daily specials menu. We have a full bar with award winning mixologists and an extensive eclectic wine list with over 40 wines by the glass and FIVE $5 by the glass wine specials from small vineyards. Frozé (frozen rosé & a special daily frozen drink are also available) Check our facebook & instagram for daily specials!More

MeMe's Bar & GrilleMeMe's Bar & Grille
American | Chalmette, New Orleans

Casual American spot with sandwiches & salads for lunch & heartier fare for dinner, plus a full bar.More

SeaworthySeaworthy
Seafood | Central Business District, New Orleans

Seaworthy is an oyster bar from the trio behind New York’s award-winning Grand Banks: brothers, sailors and New Orleans natives Alex and Miles Pincus and nightlife impresario Adrien Gallo. They've brought on acclaimed chef Kerry Hefferman and longtime bar director Lauren Schell, also from the Grand Banks team.

The menu showcases wild-caught and sustainably harvested oysters from American waters — Gulf Coast, East Coast and West Coast alike — as well as locally sourced fish and game. The inspired drink menu offers both classic and proprietary cocktails, with a smart selection of beer and wine.

Seaworthy culls inspiration from the Pincus brothers’ sailing trips along the Gulf Coast waterways, the time-worn traditions of Southern hospitality and the legendary exuberance of the city of New Orleans.
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