Saint-Germain is a fun wine bar in the Bywater with a five-course tasting menu.
Chelsea BrastedOctober 7, 2021
Head to Wayfare in Uptown for some pre-dinner charcuterie and wine, or bail on your dinner plans and get a sandwich.
Team InfatuationMay 4, 2018
Cafe Sbisa serves classic creole food, but really you come here for the great second floor patio, or to grab drinks at their restored bar.
Team InfatuationMay 3, 2018
Paloma Cafe is a newer all-day spot in the Bywater that’s perfect for breakfast, lunch, or really anytime you want a snack and a cocktail.
Go to Meauxbar in the Quarter to eat French food, talk to some locals, and have a drink or two that isn’t served in any kind of bucket.
Superior Seafood in the Garden District is the perfect place to sit back and relax as you try to your body weight in seafood.
Lower Garden DistrictWarehouse District
Peche in the Warehouse District is a great spot for big groups, like when you and your 20 closest friends want to have a few drinks and eat seafood.
The wood-fired oysters at Cochon are one of the single best things you can eat in New Orleans, and their cocktails are pretty good, too.
You should eat your weight in oysters while in New Orleans, and Casamento’s on Magazine Street is the number one spot to do just that.
Mimi’s in the Marigny serves tapas by day and stays open until 4am. Stop by to play some pool, and keep drinking until way later than you should.
Toups South is a great group spot just west of downtown that serves large format Southern and Cajun dishes, along with craft cocktails.
Next door to the Ace Hotel, Seaworthy serves oysters, burgers, and caviar until 1am, along with great cocktails.
Nomiya is a tiny ramen shop in the Garden District where you should expect to wait, but can also BYO while you do.
There are 288 reasons to come to Barrel Proof in the Lower Garden District, and they’re all whiskey.