Best Restaurants

in Louisiana

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Mother's Restaurant
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Esquire Magazine selected the Famous Ferdi Special Po Boy: Mother’s Best Baked Ham,roast beef, debris, and gravy, as one of America's best sandwiches.
5
Walker's Southern Style BBQ
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Esquire Magazine says that their Cochon de Lait Po’Boy is one of The Best Sandwiches in America.
3
Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Doesn't get much better than here for beer selection.
3
Enoch's Pub & Grill
Monroe, LA
Latest Review
The The Big Arse Burger is all you need to know!!
3
Port of Call
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Filet,New York Strip, and Rib Eye steaks are cut fresh daily.Steak dinner includes salad with choice of roquefort, thousand isles, french, italian, honey mustard, buttermilk dressings, baked potato with butter and hot tuscany bread.
3
Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
At the bar only: Promotions $5 After 5pm Small Plates & Cocktails for only $5 until 7pm Available 5pm-7pm $5 Small Plates Tempura Battered Shrimp Dippers with sesame ginger glaze Louisiana Crabmeat Beggars Purse with Pepper Jelly Glaze for dipping Grilled Beef Skewers with grilled toast and garlic, lemon and herb sauce Manchego Jalapeño & Bacon Croquettes Bananas Foster Bread Pudding with sliced bananas and traditional Foster sauce Sliders Prime Cheeseburger Sliders Twin sliders stuffed with cheddar cheese and bacon and served with tomato concasse, carmelized onions and housemade potato chips $8.00 Prime Filet Mignon Sliders Twin 2oz filet sliders with choice of housemade Worcestershire, bérnaise or horseradish cream and a slide of housemade potato chips $10.00 Cocktails Spiked Arnold Palmer Firefly Tea Vodka with lemon sour & soda, garnished with a sprig of mint Sobieski Vodka Martini Poland's #1 premium vodka & a hint of dry vermouth, garnished with olives or a twist Try our hand-stuffed olives in your martini: bleu cheese, anchovy, sun dried tomato
2
Judice Inn
Lafayette, LA
Latest Review
Very reasonable pricing
2
Domilise Sandwich Shop & Bar
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Home of the world's greatest hot sausage 'n gravy po-boy, a sandwich to die for. Make sure you get it with Creole mustard, too. Also good fried shrimp and oyster po-boys unique to this old corner barroom, slicing the super-fresh bread (Leidenheimer delivers twice a day) to hand-load with straight-from-the-fryer seafood (hold the ketchup!).
2
Pascal's Manale Restaurant
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
An Italian menu in New Orleans with about anything your heart could possibly want.They do it right ! Make sure you try Ensalada alla Manale (olive salad).
2
Coffee Call
Baton Rouge, LA
Latest Review
I can't say enough about this place. My kids and I love it and it is every bit as good as anything you could find in New Orleans:)
2
River Shack Tavern
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Sited in a 100 year old building; this is a bar/tavern with a classically trained chef. 16 appetizers,5 different salads,5 different burgers,3 chicken dishes,fried oysters, shwimps and catfish daily,7 P-Boys,8 sandwiches, and a steak. The regulars start calling at 8am to find out what the special is.Changes daily. Full bar is available.
2
Chill N Grill
Metairie, LA
Latest Review
Best Burgers, try the Rodeo which is topped with bbq sauce and onion rings! My kids also enjoyed their nuggets and strips (they really are so crispy and juicy)!
2
Willie Mae's Scotch House
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
This is the Fried Chicken Temple of New Orleans
2
Casamento's Restaurant
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Established in 1919 by Joe Casamento, this New Orleans landmark is the go-to place for oysters in New Orleans.Your first priority should be oysters on the half shell with cocktail sauce made in front of you. Casamento’s is also renowned for its oyster loaf (Emeril Lagasse loved this in particular), a dish that sandwiches succulent deep-fried oysters between two thick slices of Casamento’s signature “pan bread,” baked fresh in-house every day. Closed for the summer ! Fresh oyster season in Louisiana generally starts in mid September !
2
Glenda's Creole Kitchen
Breaux Bridge, LA
Latest Review
Breaux Bridge – Anthony Bourdain with the Travel Channel visited South Louisiana during the month of June. One of his stops was Glenda’s Creole/Cajun Kitchen, a family-owned and operated restaurant located on La. 31/Main Hwy. in the Poche Bridge area. Glenda Broussard and her daughters Kayla and Kasie Rossyion have been serving delicious plate lunches for 11 years. Representatives from the Travel Channel heard about Glenda’s by word of mouth. In June they stopped by to film a segment which is scheduled to debut on the Travel Channel on Monday, Aug. 29 at 8 p.m. Bourdain was interested in how Glenda prepared her catfish courtbouillon. Glenda says with a big smile “Anthony Bourdain ate everything in his plate.” Glenda’s menu consists of various dishes such as her award-winning sweet potato sweet dough pie and smothered okra. She offers homemade cake, sweet dough pies and caters special occasions. I am putting this place on my list of 100 things to do before I die. After Bourdain's reaction; I would suggest we all should Read more: TecheToday.com - Bourdain visits Poche Bridge
2
Mayer Yacht Service
New Orleans, LA
2
Traceys
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Serves the best roast beef po-boy anywhere, and the heart and soul of the Irish Channel on Saint Patrick's day, if you can get anywhere close. You want characters and local color These are the owners & employees of what was Parasol's and all their regulars are here now. 15 different Po-Boys,4 seafood plates,10 sandwiches, 4 salads, and a full list of appetizers including Boudin Balls(Boudin ball, a Cajun variation on white sausage made of pork without the blood, rolled into a ball, battered, and deep fried ) Absolutely delicious.
2
The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Home of The Sazerac cocktail in New Orleans. They also make an authentic Ramos Gin Fizz with Old Tom gin. An experience not to be missed if you are in New Orleans
1
CivicSource Auctioneer
New Orleans, LA
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La Carreta
Baton Rouge, LA
1
Slice Pizzeria
New Orleans, LA
1
Poche's Market, Restaurant & Smokehouse
Breaux Bridge, LA
Latest Review
Specializing in:Boudin, Cracklins, Andouille, Tasso, Smoked Sausage, Specialty Meats DAILY PLATE LUNCHES Monday-Saturday 10:30AM - 2PM A different lunch each day;ranging from smothered rabbit to Crawfish Etouffeé There is a smokehouse here making boudin, meats, sausages, and other specialty items>Turkey is delicious. If you can't take it with you; they will ship anywhere world wide
1
Finn Mccools
New Orleans, LA
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Emeril's Restaurant
New Orleans, LA
Latest Review
Don't need to describe Emeril's. He is iconic and everyone knows about his food. This is the first place he opened and still is great
1
Izzo's Illegal Burrito
Baton Rouge, LA
1