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Meauxbar in New Orleans, LA

Meauxbar in New Orleans, LA

Edgar Degas was from France but he also lived for a bit in New Orleans.  If you go to New Orleans the Degas cafe is light, airy, pretty, and warm.  Not to mention they have some delectable wine and cheeses.  If you ask me, the time to go is on a deadline-free day.  And the experience is best shared with a good friend.

Cafe Degas - a tiny, beautiful little gem in The Bayou St. John neighborhood in Mid City.

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Grab a blazer for dinner at Luke Restaurant. This chef-John-Besh enterprise pays homage to New Orleans' Franco-German brasseries of old, with dishes ranging from Jagerschnitzel (breadcrumb-coated pork) to moules et frites (steamed mussels with fries).

Brisbi's

Brisbi's

Reviewers relish the only-inNew Orleans atmosphere of this colorful Carrollton joint where dynamo chef-owner Jacques Leonardi  a unique character presiding in a chefs jacket and funny shorts  whips up diet-buster portions of crunchy fried chicken and other Creole soul food (alligator cheesecake, anyone?) thats the stuff of dreams; the

Jacques-Imo's - New Orleans - Alligator Cheesecake

Maximo's Italian Grill in New Orleans, LA

See 28 photos and 16 tips from 474 visitors to Maximo's Italian Grill. "Fetucini very good. And osso buco very tasty(don't forget to eat the inside of.

Gabrielle

50 vintage photos of lost New Orleans restaurants

Gabrielle

Irene's Cuisine-New Orleans, LA (Crab Gratin)

New Orleans Dining: Tommy’s Cuisine

Irene's Cuisine-New Orleans, LA (Crab Gratin)

The South's Best New Restaurants: Kenton's in New Orleans, LA

The South's Best New Restaurants

Kenton's: New Orleans, LA - The South's Best New Restaurants - Southernliving…

Bacchanal Courtyard...great spot for wine with cheese boards

Bacchanal Courtyard...great spot for wine with cheese boards

James Beard Award-winning Chef Anne Kearney opened Rue Dumaine in 2007

James Beard Award-winning Chef Anne Kearney opened Rue Dumaine in 2007

Corner store? Check. Run by Sicilian-Americans? Check. Selling roast-beef po-boys dripping with brown gravy and a heaping helping of character? Check. With a list like that, you might think you’ve found yourself in some 6th Ward back-of-town joint in downtown New Orleans, where ravenous young Italian jazz cats like Louie Prima, Freddie Assunto, or Sharkey Bonano once chowed down after all-night blowout Bourbon Street jam sessions. But you’re not. You’re in Metry, brah, in suburban New Orl...

Radosta's Red Beans Rocking Old Metry

Run by Sicilian-Americans? Selling roast-beef po-boys dripping with brown gravy and a heaping helping of

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We visited John Besh's August in New Orleans, a James Beard Outstanding Restaurant nominee

Did you eat at these restaurants when they were open?

50 vintage photos of lost New Orleans restaurants

Did you eat at these restaurants when they were open?

Susan Spicer's Mondo New Orleans

Susan Spicer's Mondo New Orleans

Things I've done in New Orleans  Houlihan's in the French Quarter

New documentary revisits 'New Orleans Restaurants With a Past'

Things I've done in New Orleans Houlihan's in the French Quarter

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