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Antoine's Restaurant

Antoine's is New Orleans' oldest French-Creole fine dining restaurant and the oldest family-run restaurant in the United States. This historic restaurant features 10 dining rooms, with each one relating to the history of the restaurant, the state of Louisiana ore events in US history. Located in French Quater, Antoine's has served many celebrities who visit in New Orleans.

Breakfast at Brennan's

Brennan's Restaurant is a world famous restaurant in French Quarter that dates back to 1946. Housed in a pre-Civil War mansion that includes a wine cellar in what used to be slave quarters, Brennan's serves specialties from soup to pie. Breakfast at Brennan's includes oyster soup, Southern baked apple with double cream, Eggs Bayou Lafourche, Eggs Hussarde, Shrimp Sardou, Oysters Benedict and Bananas Foster dessert. Brennan's is located at 419 Royal Street.

Dooky Chase's

Dooky Chase's is an African-American owned Creole restaurant that began in 1941 as a street corner stand in Treme that sold poy-boy sandwiches. The street corner stand was owned and operated by the parents of Edgar "Dooky" Chase II. Eventually Edgar and his wife Leah took over the stand and grew the business into a sitdown restaurant that also became a meeting place for local and national Civil Rights leaders such as A.P. Tureaud, Ernest "Dutch" Morial, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In addition to Creole dishes, the restaurant is known for gumbo, Shrimp Clemenceau and its fried chicken. The restaurant is also a showcase for African-American art.

Maison - The Dragon's Den

Maison is a full service restaurant and neighborhood bar that also features live band music. Maison has two venues: The Dragon's Den on Frenchmen Street in the Marigny neighborhood, and The Hi-Ho Lounge on St. Claude Avenue in the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood. Click here.

House of Blues

House of Blues is a supper club dedicated to celebrating African-American music of the rural South, folk art, and Southern culture. Music perfomances include blues, R&B, jazz, Gospel, and Rock 'n Roll. Guests dine on cuisine inspired by dishes from the South's Delta region. Crossroads, the dining arm of House of Blues in New Orleans includes Lousiana cusine such as Jambalaya and the Shrimp Po-Boy. House of Blues is located at 225 Decatur Street in French Quarter.

Hyatt Regency New Orleans

Hyatt Regency New Orleans offers excellent dining options and entertainment in The Big Easy. Vitascope Hall features Louisiana seafood, sushi and New Orleans burgers. Borgne features coastal Louisiana cuisine with Spanish influences. Whole Hog Cafe features New Orleans barbeque. 8 Block Kitchen Bar features gourmet breakfasts and a buffet of traditional New Orleans seasonal dishes. Lagniappe Exchange is a 24-hour fresh market. Gourmet pizza delivery is available through Pizza Conseqna. Starbucks coffee is also on site. On Fridays & Saturdays, guest can enjoy live jazz and cabaret entertainment by local New Orleans talent. Hyatt Regency, located in French Quarter, is also a participant in the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience.

Omni Royal Orleans

Omni Royal Orleans is located in French Quarter. Dining options include fine dining at Rib Room, salads, sandwiches and light entrees at Touche Bar or poolside refreshments at La Riviera. Omni Royal Orleans is also a participant in the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience.

The Royal Sonesta

The Royal Sonesta is a hotel located in French Quarter and offers dining options as well as live entertainment. Desire Bistro & Oyster Bar serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Cuisine includes jambalaya, red beans & rice and the roast beef po-boy. The bistro overlooks Bourbon Stree. Restaurant R'Evolution serves classic Cajun and Creole cuisine. PJ's Coffee Cafe serves breakfast, light lunches, hot panini sandwiches, and specialty coffees. Live jazz is performed each night at Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse. The Royal Sonesta is also a participant in the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience.

Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Cafe is located at 125 Bourbon Street in French Quarter. Guests enjoy hickory smoked chicken wings, chicken tenders, bruschetta, and enjoy live entertainment. This New Orleans restaurant that celebrates Rock 'n Roll, features an extensive collection of Rock memorabilia.

New Orleans MealTicket

Enjoy the luxury of dining at 10 different New Orleans restaurants for one low price. The meal ticket includes breakfast lunch and dinner. Children two and under eat free. Take a 2 hour cajun cooking class and learn the secrets of preparing New Orleans cuisine.