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New Orleans' lively nightlife is best accompanied by tasty plates from the restaurants below:

Our Top 5 Restaurant Picks in New Orleans

Chochon is a butcher shop, a sandwich counter and a wine bar. Chefs Donald Link Stephen Stryjewski offer small plates, daily lunch specials and dinner entrees. Inspired by old-world meat markets, Butcher specializes in housemade meats, terrines and sausages. The fresh cuts are handpicked and the ready-to-cook items are available daily. Butcher offers an array of housemade pickles, jellies, jams and sauces, as well as a carefully curated collection of handmade knives, cutting boards and branded merchandise. Butcher’s charcuterie, sausage or cheese platters, and sandwich trays are available for catering needs.

French, German, Cocktail Bar

Luke is a Creole-inspired brasserie located in the heart of New Orleans’ Central Business District on world-famous St. Charles Avenue, steps from the French Quarter neighborhood. A lively atmosphere surrounds the raw bar offering the freshest seafood and oysters procured daily from the Gulf of Mexico. Chef Erick Loos is at the helm of the kitchen featuring dishes that highlight local purveyors and farmers’ market ingredients. Behind the bar, a selection of specialty cocktails are offered among a carefully-curated list of worldy wines and locally crafted brews.

American (Traditional)

Vyoone's was born with the idea of bringing unique French fare to the Warehouse district. It started with two dynamic women that call themselves sisters, from different backgrounds with kindred souls. Vyoone's serves up tasty soups, salads, appetizers all day long. The french-onion soup is not to be missed! 

Cafe Amelie is nestled in the historic 150-year-old Princess of Monaco Courtyard and Carriage House on Royal Street in the French Quarter. It is a rare combination of superb Louisiana fare served in a lush, enchanting New Orleans courtyard setting. After opening in 2005, Café Amelie quickly became a favorite of New Orleans locals and tourists alike, who faithfully flock to the café for its delicious food and refreshing cocktails. Café Amelie is known for having one of the most beautiful and romantic courtyards in the Quarter, where patrons can dine al fresco or inside the lovely air-conditioned dining rooms within the historic Carriage House.

Cajun, Seafood

Royal House is a Trip Advisor favorite that serves up fresh seafood dishes and Cajun plates to adoring fans. In 2005, the unfortunate disaster of Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, yet this historic landmark survived. In 2008, it was revitalized and restored under new ownership, to become the new Royal House oyster bar and seafood restaurant.

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