Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

New Orleans

Green Goddess
A tiny restaurant with a menu as big as this world.
Rustic Italian food with a designer backdrop.
Eleven 79
Classic Italian-American.
Nola Restaurant
Two-story restaurant with a fun atomsphere.
Port of Call
For a high-quality burger, this is a definite port of call.
Mother’s Restaurant
Popular with tourists and locals alike - good, New Orleans style food.
Creole Italian cooking in a relaxed environment.
Yuki Izakaya
New Japanese yakitori bar.
K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen
Cajun cooking at its best.
La Crepe Nanou
Adorable little French bistro near Prytania Street.
Le Foret
A french cocoon of luxury.
Loved local chef serves up classic Louisiana dishes.
Oyster restaurant which doesn't do summer.
Restaurant August
World-class quality from a world-class chef.
A Mano
Back to basics Italian, formal but friendly.
A culinary adventure, perfect for foodies.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Chain restaurant, but authentic local flavours.
Grand Isle
Seafood in high-end fishing shack. A sea-lover's dream.
Soniat House
A true New Orleans experience, perfect for romantic getaways.
Dickie Brennan’s
Butter-dripping steaks in more elegant surroundings.
Eiffel Society
Music, art and attitude - with some tasty global cuisine.
Emeril’s Delmonico
For a taste of golden age fine dining.
Pelican Club
Perenially popular spot with particularly good appetizers.
Commander’s Palace
One of the most famous restaurants in America - a lighter approach to Creole cuisine.
Martinique Bistro
Some of the best food in New Orleans, but little discovered.
Mat & Naddie’s
Delightful hideaway serving contemporary Louisiana cooking.
Bold Southern flavours in a modern restaurant.
Hearty Italian fare.
British gastropub with a twist.
Exclusive, high-end food.
Jack Dempsey’s
Big portions for big appetites.
Bistro Daisy
French meals to remember.
La Cote Brasserie
Artfully elegant restaurant inside the Renaissance Arts Hotel.
What started out as a roving Purple Truck serving Southern food turned into one of the hippest new restaurants in New Orleans.
Tommy’s Cuisine
Perfect for a good time and an excellent Creole-Italian meal.
La Provence
Home-grown French grub in a far out location.
Creole and Cajun cuisine, served in a cosy Victorian cottage.
Themed meals in a cottage-style restaurant.
Chic french bistro serving unpretentious cuisine.
Ye Olde College Inn
A new take on an old favourite.

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