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at Arnaud’s- A really neat old time bar with classic "Vieux Carre," (meaning French Quarter) cocktails
Excellent creole food. great seafood options. Jazz brunch. very nice building from 1918.
A classic Creole bar with an upscale twist. This is an old-school New Orleans bar named for the champagne cocktail, and it still feels like a step back in time. Attached to Arnaud's, one of the city's Creole grande dame restaurants, the spot's decor is lush, the light is dim, and local legend Chris…
Historic Arnaud's insitution. Order the classic French 75 the legendary soufflé potatoes. Pillows potato goodness :P
Originally gentlemen’s club only from 1800s specializing in hand crafted cocktails and cigars.
It's a small, beautiful spot in the French Quarter that has been voted best bar in New Orleans in certain polls.
“Circa -1840 old world grand dame of fine French 'Creole dining & birthplace of oysters Rockefeller.”
“Located in the storied Roosevelt New Orleans hotel, Domenica brings an elegant take on the unique cuisine of rural Italy prepared using only the best local ingredients. ”
“One of the oldest, most well known restaurants. Friday lunch is a local favorite but any day and time will be fun. It is super old school. Plan on wining and dining and enjoying yourself with no rush. Coats are required for men and no jeans. They don't take reservations for the main dining room but there is a bar if you have to wait. ”
“The best place in the central Quarter for terrific breakfast, brunch, and lunch”