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Les meilleures recommandations de bars par les gens de la région

Restaurant de cuisine méridionale/afro-américaine
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“Amazing southern food, 25c martinis for lunch. lunch is best time to go since dinner is a bit pricey and can be booked up ”
  • 266 personnes du coin recommandent
Salle de concert
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“Newly owned by local musician Stanton Moore from Galactic, this rustic warehouse space and landmark since 1977, serves as an iconic music venue and testament to professor longhairs legacy. ”
  • 162 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant antillais
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“A Caribbean tacqueria with a large rum selection and a plethora of "boat drinks." I recommend the taco trifecta--choice of three tacos and a side. ”
  • 104 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant cajun/créole
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“It will be hard to miss this restaurant, as there is a 10 foot skillet fixed to the exterior of the building. If you’re lucky, the restaurant will have its build-your-own bloody mary bar to compliment your meal. Favorites: Cochon Du L’Eggs, Eggs Atchafalaya ”
  • 105 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar à bières
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“Great beer, great BBQ, live music some nights, yoga on Monday nights in the barrel room--because it's important to stretch before your drink. Especially on a Monday. ”
  • 73 personnes du coin recommandent
Établissement vinicole
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“Delachaise is a good wine bar with a kitchen in the back serving up a great menu (shrimp clemenceau; french fries cooked in duck fat). The wine selection is very solid. The only downside is the narrowness of the place and the angry bald server, but if a nice evening, try to catch a table outside along St. Charles.”
  • 110 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
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“If there is one thing New Orleans seriously lacks, its outdoor bar seating. One of the few places with a great outdoor patio is the Bulldog. WIth over a 100 beers on tap, this place is where its at for ale on a nice day (or night). Make sure to take a picture of the beer tap fountain. ”
  • 116 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
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“The restaurant was formerly a neighborhood grocery store that was beautifully converted into one of the best French restaurants in the city. The head chef, Chef Deviller, was recently on Top Chef, and the food in the restaurant is as good as you would guess. Favorites: Blue Crab Beignets; Pan Roasted Beef Tenderloin ”
  • 86 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant français
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“Located in a drop dead gorgeous old brick structure dating from the 1880's. Everything is scrumptious, and the chef shows his/her commitment to local and seasonal produce. I like sitting downstairs near the bar--it's got a whole lotta charm. ”
  • 91 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
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“Large sportsbar and ground zero for St Patrick's Day celebrations Uptown. Full bar and decent beer selection. Kitchen. In season, don't miss the crawfish truck parked outside and the raw oyster shucker out front. Trivia: the sign & name was borrowed from a previous 1930's bar in same location. Current operator Jeff had the sign in his shed and finally got to restore and hang it when he had the opportunity to lease the space. ”
  • 85 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant français
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“Lilette is consistently ranked as one of New Orleans' top restaurants by critics and locals alike. Chef John Harris' culinary approach presents imaginative French and Italian-inspired cuisine.”
  • 62 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar à cocktails
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“A popular wine bar with a Mad Men feeling, this place is great. Head there for a night out in a beautifully restored shotgun home. And, if you need a snack, get the fries with Aioli sauce. Some of the best fries in the city.”
  • 71 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
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“Iconic Irish Channel watering hole, been there for decades. Friendly staff and clientele, dive bar atmosphere, popular with an inky motor scooter crowd. Good beer and Irish Whiskey, great place to watch Saints games with the locals. Recently renovated with high ceilings restored, kitchen re-opening fall 2019. Hopefully their quintessential roast beef poor boy, Irish Sundae (beef debris on potato salad) and firecracker swimps will return.”
  • 67 personnes du coin recommandent
Sandwicherie
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“There are several really good poor boy spots in New Orleans but favorite is Mahony's. Don't leave without getting an oyster or shrimp poor boy. Better yet get it the way I do 1/2 n 1/2 with Butter pickles and Crystal hot sauce. ”
  • 34 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant à tapas
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“Small, funky bistro with modern Latin-Caribbean small plates, relaxed vibe and sidewalk/balcony seating. Order a bunch and share. ”
  • 37 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
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“Fun indoor / outdoor bar from the folks at F&M. Large frozen beer schooners, selection of tap, bottled beer and even tap wine. Kitchen + food trucks. Yoga classes. Uptown's answer to Bacchanal? More of a beach bar than a wine bar and no regular live music. Crowd is more Uptown than downtown (duh).”
  • 33 personnes du coin recommandent