New Orleans Restaurants near Gallier House

Our list of the best food near Gallier House. Our top pick: Galatoire's Restaurant.
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  • Gallier House

    Gallier House

    1132 Royal St
    M,F 10AM-2PM, Sa noon-3PM. $10 adults, $8 students/seniors/children 8-18/AAA members, free for children under 8. Joint admission with the Hermann-Grima House $18 adults, $15 students/seniors/children 8-18/AAA members. Home of famous local 19th century architect.
    French Quarter food nearby
  • Galatoire's Restaurant

    Galatoire's Restaurant

    209 Bourbon St
    Tu-Sa 11:30AM-10PM, Su noon-10PM. Classic Creole on Bourbon Street. Despite being in the tourist strip of Bourbon Street, locals do eat here. For the true experience, wait in line for the downstairs dining room (reservations can be made for the upstairs room, but locals don't eat there), and refuse the menu when you're seated. Let your waiter know your tastes and let him feed you.
    Central Business District
  • Arnaud's


    813 Bienville St
    M-Th 6PM-10PM, F-Sa 6PM-10:30PM, Su 10AM-2:30PM and 6PM-10PM. Another of the great old French Quarter classics.
    Central Business District
  • Arnaud's French 75

    Arnaud's French 75

    813 Rue Bienville
    11:30AM-midnight daily. A casual spin-off of Arnaud's where you can try their famous Caesar salad dressing and the eponymous remoulade without wearing a jacket and tie. Same shrimp remoulade and gumbo as the main restaurant for a lower price.
    Central Business District
  • Court of Two Sisters

    Court of Two Sisters

    613 Royal St
    9AM-3PM and 5:30PM-10PM daily. A place for daily brunch (with a live jazz combo) and post-night out hangover cures; beautiful courtyard.
    Central Business District
  • Bayona


    430 Dauphine St
    M-Tu 6PM-11PM, W-Sa 11:30AM-2PM and 6PM-11PM. Incredible French/Euro/NOLA food by esteemed chef, Susan Spicer. Fabulous wine selections. Many locals' favorite. Must RSVP.
    Central Business District
  • Clover Grill

    Clover Grill

    900 Bourbon St
    Good eggs, burgers, and such. Heavily (though not exclusively) gay clientele. They cook your burger under a hubcap!
    Central Business District
  • El Gato Negro

    El Gato Negro

    81 French Market Pl
    [2] Mid-range Mexican restaurant, popular in the French Quarter, now has a branch in Lakeview. Lunch & Dinner, Tues-Sun. Tel. 488-0107
    French Quarter
  • Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Cafe

    Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Cafe

    1104 Decatur St
    Don't waste away, Jimmy Buffett fans! Some of the finest musicians in New Orleans that don't play stereotypical New Orleans music (Dixieland jazz or R&B covers) play there and they don't play Jimmy Buffett covers.
    Central Business District
  • French Market

    French Market

    1008 N Peters St
    While souvenirs for visitors have taken over a good bit of the space at this 250+ year old market, there are still vendors selling fresh produce as in days of old. On weekends a much larger number of vendors set up here, with handicrafts and flea market type goods.
    French Quarter
  • Desire Oyster Bar

    Desire Oyster Bar

    300 Bourbon St
    Truly the most authentic New Orleans experience! Within our doors you'll find hot coffee and cool Jazz plus the historic Desire Oyster Bar, our gracious tropical courtyard & contemporary Louisiana cuisine at Restaurant R'evolution!
    Central Business District
  • K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen

    K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen

    416 Chartres St
    M-W 5:30PM-10PM, Th-Sa 11AM-2PM and 5:30PM-10PM. Chef Paul Prudhomme's place; this is the restaurant that taught New Orleans and the world not to sneer at the Cajun food of rural Southwest Louisiana. Does not take reservations. Not a major dress code kind of place.
    Central Business District
  • Blue Nile

    Blue Nile

    534 Frenchmen St
    MUSIC CALENDAR click here
    French Quarter
  • Muriel's Jackson Square

    Muriel's Jackson Square

    801 Chartres St
    The epitome of decadence, opulence, and mystery that surrounds the French Quarter, coupled with the area's finest contemporary Creole cuisine. Experience a feast for the senses and enlightenment for your soul…Muriels Jackson Square.
    Central Business District
  • Oz Events and Tickets

    Oz Events and Tickets

    800 Bourbon St
    Loud hip gay disco.
    Central Business District
  • Molly's At the Market

    Molly's At the Market

    1107 Decatur St
    A great Irish/Quarterpunk bar, long a favorite of bohemian locals.
    Central Business District
  • Galatoire's Restaurant

    Galatoire's Restaurant

    209 Bourbon St
    The grand dame of New Orleans' old-line restaurants, Galatoire’s has remained committed to culinary excellence for more than a century.
    Central Business District
  • Feelings Cafe

    Feelings Cafe

    2600 Chartres St
    The way the French Quarter used to be 50 years ago. Great piano bar, balcony overlooking nice courtyard. Definitely a locals place and great value, but not for the homophobic.
  • Italian Barrel

    Italian Barrel

    430 Barracks St.
    Good Northern Italian cuisine in a city where Southern Italian is dominant. Small place; either make reservations or try to catch them off peak hours.
    French Quarter
  • Oceana Grill

    Oceana Grill

    739 Conti St
    Central Business District
  • 13 Bar & Restaurant

    13 Bar & Restaurant

    517 Frenchmen St
    An Irish themed bar and grill, squeezed into an odd warehouse space. Good Irish beers and late-night grub, including Huevos Rancheros and pulled pork sandwich. Vegan options available.
    French Quarter
  • Arnaud's Restaurant

    Arnaud's Restaurant

    813 Bienville St
    One of New Orleans' oldest restaurants. Located in the heart of the French Quarter on the corner of Bienville and Bourbon.
    Central Business District
  • GW Fins

    GW Fins

    808 Bienville St
    "Top Seafood Restaurant in New Orleans" -\-\ Zagat "Best New Orleans Seafood Restaurant" -\-\ Gambit Reader's Poll 2010 "Top 10 Seafood Restaurants in America" -\-\ "Superstar Chefs of New Orleans" -\-\ Live with Regis and Kelly
    Central Business District
  • Emeril's Delmonico

    Emeril's Delmonico

    1300 Saint Charles Ave
    Charles Avenue (a short distance up from Lee Circle), tel: 525-4937. Celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse's third restaurant in town; he bought out the venerable New Orleans Delmonico's.
    Seventh Ward
  • Napoleon House Bar & Cafe

    Napoleon House Bar & Cafe

    500 Chartres St
    The place to go if you like the thought of good drinks in a 200+ year old building whose owners are proud that the interior hasn't been repainted since World War I, with classical music playing over the sound system. Napoleon never made it here, as he died before the local plan to rescue him from exile and start his empire afresh in Louisiana could be carried out. Napoleon House also serves good sandwiches and a limited food menu, with service at a speed somewhere between leisurely and glacial-- don't stop here if you're in a hurry to be somewhere else.
    Central Business District
  • Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop

    Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop

    941 Bourbon St
    Piano bar towards the end of the touristy part of Bourbon Street, lit entirely by candlelight. Supposedly once the in-town headquarters of pirate & smuggler Jean Lafitte, many colorful stories are told about this location. They pour great Hurricanes.
    French Quarter
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