New Orleans Restaurants/Bars to visit | Linton’s List


**GALATOIRE’S – 209 Bourbon- locals spend $$$ on good eatin’ here- don’t miss for very nice dinner.  Be sure to make reservations.

RED FISH GRILL – 115 Bourbon – Ralph Brennan’s restaurant.  casual but good local food.

BOURBON HOUSE- 144 Bourbon- Dickie Brennan’s restaurant.  lots of local seafood variety.

ACME OYSTER HOUSE – ultra-casual with red-checkered tablecloths. no reservations needed

CAFÉ DU MONDE-  beignets!

PAT O’BRIEN’S – 718 St Peter- touristy, but fun.  Hurricanes!

LAFITTE’S BLACKSMITH SHOP- 941 Bourbon- oldest bar in U.S.

NAPOLEON HOUSE  – definitely worth a drink here near Jackson square

COMMANDER’S PALACE – most famous Brennan’s restaurant in Garden district.

**MANDINA’S – 3800 Canal St. (MID-CITY)- my personal favorite for casual lunch – really good. 10 minute cab ride

UPTOWN:  definitely check this area out —

UPPERLINE- great local food not touristy.  a bit more dressy. similar to Clancy’s.

CLANCY’S – great fancy restaurant. I usually go here when home for nice dinner.

**DOMILISE’S – 5240 Annunciation St.-  awesome po-boys.  This is where I always go–

CASAMENTO’S – known for oyster po-boys. Last time there I sat next to Eli Manning.

**TIPITINA’S – 501 NAPOLEON AVE, UPTOWN.  Don’t miss this bar.  best to see a band here – quintessential NOLA.

MAPLE LEAF BAR – 8316 OAK ST, UPTOWN.  A bit far but worth the trip. lots of small bands play here