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  • Cane and Table (French Quarter)

    You may miss Cane & Table if you walk past this bar/restaurant but should you find this cute, quirky, airy French Quarters’ bar, you will definitely be rewarded with a good time. The drinks here are fantastic along with the bar bites, making it the perfect bar to visit during Read more [...]

  • Sylvain (French Quarter)

    The Restaurant’s history: On May 22, 1776, Jean-Francois-Marmontel and Andre Getry’s one-act comic opera Sylvain was performed in New Orleans. Residents hungry for something culturally rich, inventive and unpredictable were captivated by the performance. That same year, construction was completed on a three-story carriage house at what is now 625 Chartres Read more [...]

  • Brennan’s (French Quarter)

    Originally opened in 1946, Brennan’s has recently emerged from an extensive renovation that spared no effort or expense by new co-owners Terry White and Ralph Brennan. The restaurant now has eight glamorous dining rooms, each steeped in New Orleans architecture and ambiance, celebrate the opulence of dining in a city where breakfast revelry Read more [...]

  • Mr. B’s Bistro (French Quarter)

    Mr. B’s Bistro is a New Orleans restaurant famous for its Creole cuisine with a focus on fresh regional products. Considered the original New Orleans gourmet bistro, Mr. B’s Bistro is owned and managed by Cindy Brennan, a member of the legendary New Orleans’ Brennan Family. The Atmosphere is upscale, Read more [...]

  • Kingfish Kitchen & Cocktails (French Quarter)

    Kingfish is a popular restaurant and cocktail bar in the French Quarter, that tips its hat to the Huey P. Long era. The Kingfish menu embodies new Louisiana cuisine, with traditional options and fun new twist.  During dinner, there may even be a pianist playing classic new Orleans tunes. Overall, Read more [...]

  • Restaurant R’evolution (French Quarter)

    “Restaurant R’evolution” is centrally located within the French Quarters at Royal Sonesta, in New Orleans. The restaurant offers, modern, imaginative reinterpretations of classic Cajun and Creole cuisine. The restaurant offers a upscale and jazzy type of environment, for those who are trying to escape the French Quarters crowd. The service Read more [...]

  • Miss Lily’s (Soho)

    Miss Lilly’s is a delicious Caribbean restaurant in SoHo serving up some of the best and most authentic Caribbean food you will find in Manhattan.  The place is rather small, so reservations are a must, especially if you’re trying to enjoy your boozy brunch! Honestly, everything on the menu is Read more [...]

  • Amarachi Lounge (Downtown Brooklyn)

    Amarachi looks to unite a culturally rich community with tasty, savory, foods and spices that add more flair to the dining experience. The Menu is comprised of some of the more popular dishes from Nigeria, The Caribbean and Brooklyn, coming together all under one roof.