If you're a first time visitor to The French Quarter, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants near The French Quarter.
Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near The French Quarter.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:
"My favorite is Muriel's Jackson Square on Jackson Square, the food and service are top notch, if you venture upstairs there is a large balcony overlooking the square, and in the back upstairs there are some very unusual rooms worth a walk through." See More
"com/ By the Fairgrounds, Jazz Fest area Breakfast: Stanley- stanleyrestaurant." See More
"Very High End Creole cuisine: Commander's Palace Restaurant MY FAVORITE: Higher end Creole & Cajun-French cuisine: K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen Beignets and Coffee: Café du Monde Brunch: Muriel's Jackson Square, Court of Two Sisters or Brennan's Restaurant Burger: Yo Mama's Bar and Grill Casual Old Soda Fountain/ Grill: The Camellia Grill Mid range cajun-french: Jacques-Imo's and NOLA Restaurant Cocktails and Jazz Music: (THE BEST!" See More
"Tujague's is a classic and definitely worth your time." See More
"If you want to stay more central, I would definitely agree that New Orleans also has incredible food (especially Stella! which is hands down, one of the best meals of my life)." See More
"You might have a martini at the Lounge as oppose to having a beer and seeing jazz at Fritzel's European Jazz Pub on Bourbon." See More
"As well, if you want to know where the muffaletta originated (and is the best in the world), head over to Central Grocery Co." See More
"Our favorite restaurants were La Petite Grocery for contemporary, Commander's Palace Restaurant for high-end and historic, Arnaud's Restaurant for fancy and historic, Cochon Butcher for muffulettas, Gumbo Shop for gumbo, and Parkway Bakery & Tavern for po'boys." See More
"Roch Market--they open at 7am--or Spitfire Coffee in the French Quarter." See More
"Grab some pralines from Aunt Sally's shop for a sweet souvenir as well." See More
", Johnny White's Bar ($5), Boondock Saint." See More
This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about The French Quarter.
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