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May 20, 2022
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Our Favorite Spots

The Wedding Website of Alixe Ryan and Nat Kluttz
Please see a few of our favorite dining options, below. We strongly encourage you to make reservations several weeks in advance. Feel free to reach out to Alixe with any specific questions - we are happy to help!

Cafe Du Monde French Market

800 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70116
, (504) 525-4544

Famous for a reason! Beignets for breakfast are a must, especially if it's your first time to New Orleans.

Galatoires

209 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 525-2021

A favorite of Alixe and Nat's. A classic New Orleans institution and cultural dining destination - french creole cuisine with dedicated waiters who have been there for decades. Request downstairs seating. Note, jackets are required for men.

Stanley of New Orleans

547 Saint Ann Street, New Orleans, LA 70116
, (504) 587-0093

One of our favorite spots in the Quarter for casual breakfast or lunch, right off Jackson Square. Great bloodies!

Pêche Seafood Grill

800 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 522-1744

Great for lunch or dinner, Peche is an approachable and happenin seafood centric spot. Lots of raw options.

Commander's Palace

1403 Washington Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 899-8221

Local favorite known for refined Creole fare located in the Garden District (10 min. drive from the quarter). Very fun and festive for lunch, often with live Jazz musicians. Alixe grew up across the street from this beloved spot!

Arnaud's

813 Bienville Street, New Orleans, LA 70112
, (504) 523-5433

Classic upscale New Orleans dining spot. Best for dinner or Sunday brunch.

Brennan's

417 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 525-9711

New Orleans institution - great for big lunch or dinner. Birthplace of bananas foster!

Herbsaint

701 Saint Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 524-4114

Refined, airy spot for fine dining on lower St. Charles Avenue. Great for lunch or dinner.

Cane and Table

1113 Decateur street, new orleans, LA

Eclectic Caribbean fusion restaurant with creative small/large plates and fun cocktails. One of Alixe's favorite spots that flies more under-the-radar. Located in the Quarter.

Restaurant R'evolution

777 Bienville Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 553-2277

Swanky hotel restaurant with an expansive menu of creole cuisine, cocktails and wine.

Sylvain

625 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 265-8123

Upscale gastropub a fun menu, buzzy vibe and something for everyone. Centrally located in the Quarter.

Justine

225 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 218-8533

A French Quarter take on a Parisian brasserie, Justine is a hip, French spot with excellent craft cocktails. Centrally located in the Quarter.

Antoine's Restaurant

713 Saint Louis Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 581-4422

Old school, fine Creole dining institution. The birthplace of Oysters Rockefeller!

Lilette

3637 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115
, (504) 895-1636

Sophisticated Uptown spot (10 min. from quarter), loved by locals. Great for dinner or for lunch, if you want to shop around on Magazine street before or after.

La Petite Grocery

4238 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115
, (504) 891-3377

Another locally-loved Uptown spot, situated on a cute corner that once housed a grocery. Excellent food and great for lunch/dinner. 10-15 minute ride from the Quarter.

Saba

5757 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115
, (504) 324-7770

Uptown spot (15 min from quarter) with noteworthy middle eastern food. Fun, buzzy atmosphere and well situated on Magazine street.

Clancy's Restaurant

6100 Annunciation Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
, (504) 895-1111

Local favorite, Clancy's has been an uptown establishment since the 1940's. Much like the simple, white-washed main dining room, the menu is classic, no-frills Creole. Famous for their lemon icebox pie dessert. Uptown near the park (15-20 minute ride from the Quarter).

Bywater American Bistro

2900 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA 70117
, (504) 605-3827

Seasonal, American restaurant in the Bywater (neighborhood behind the French Quarter) with focus on local produce.

GW Fins

808 Bienville Street, New Orleans, LA 70112
, (504) 581-3467

Creative menu of seafood in an upscale warehouse space. Good spot for upscale dining in an approachable and fun setting. Centrally located in the French Quarter

Paladar 511

511 Marigny Street, New Orleans, LA 70117
, (504) 509-6782

Sleek industrial restaurant serving pasta, pizzas and seasonal sides. Best for dinner.

Bacchanal Fine Wine Bar

600 Poland Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117
, (504) 948-9111

Fun and funky indoor/outdoor bar with live music, eclectic wines and cocktails, and creative small bites. Located in the Bywater, a funky neighborhood 10 minutes from the French Quarter.

August

301 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 299-9777

August is a Contemporary Creole restaurant creating unique dishes with a focus on Louisiana ingredients and inspired by classical training. Ultra fine dining and a limited but impressive menu. Located in the Central Business District ("CBD") about 5 mins from the quarter.

Frenchmen Street

Frenchmen Street, New Orleans, LA

Popular live music destination for locals and in-the-know visitors, short walk from the french quarter.

The National WWII Museum

945 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
, (504) 528-1944

We highly recommend a visit to the National WWII museum. Located in the Warehouse district (5 min from the quarter), you should plan to spend at least two hours here.

Shopping on Magazine Street

Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA

Shopping on Magazine Street (Garden District and Uptown, about 10 minute drive from the quarter) is a fun way to spend an afternoon and see lots of local boutiques.

Walking Tour

There are several excellent walking tours throughout the French Quarter and Garden District. The Garden District is more residential and filled with beautiful architecture, old historic homes, and interesting cemeteries. Tours specialize in all sorts of things, including: -food and cocktails -music -history -ghosts / haunted -architecture -cemeteries

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