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Due to Hurricane Ida, the delivery of invitations has been greatly delayed. Please expect them any day. Current city mandates require proof of a COVID-19 vaccination and a valid ID to attend.
Due to Hurricane Ida, the delivery of invitations has been greatly delayed. Please expect them any day. Current city mandates require proof of a COVID-19 vaccination and a valid ID to attend.
October 16, 2021
New Orleans, LA

Claire and Jordan

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Eat + Drink

Cafe Du Monde

French Quarter

An iconic New Orleans cafe known for café au laits & beignets since 1862. www.shop.cafedumonde.com $

Commander's Palace

Garden District

Notable spot for refined Creole fare & an elegant jazz brunch in a chandelier-hung space since 1880. www.commanderspalace.com $$$

Clancy's

Uptown

Elegant Creole classics, martinis and a long wine list offered in a bustling, intimate space. www.clancysneworleans.com $$$

Galatoire's

French Quarter

Fine-dining century-old institution serving French-Creole fare in upscale space (jackets required). www.galatoires.com $$$$

La Petite Grocery

Uptown

Made-from-scratch Louisiana fare in a quaint cottage that housed a grocery store in the 1800s. www.lapetitegrocery.com $$$

Paladar 511

Marigny

A sleek neighborhood restaurant featuring housemade pastas, pizza, gulf seafood and seasonal local produce. www.paladar511.com $$$

Irene's Cuisine

French Quarter

Upscale Italian classics in an enticing and enchanting setting that is both intimate and homey. www.irenesnola.com $$$

Arnaud's + French 75 Bar

French Quarter

Classic upscale restaurant & lounge featuring Creole cuisine, cocktails & Dixieland jazz since 1918. www.arnaudsrestaurant.com $$$$

Brennan's

French Quarter

Brennan's Restaurant is a New Orleans restaurant tradition since 1946. It features an innovative Creole menu that borrows influences from French and Spanish ancestry with modern updates and distinct seasonal offerings. www.brennansneworleans.com $$$

Antoine's Restaurant

French Quarter

Antoine’s Restaurant is still owned and operated by fifth-generation relatives of the original founder, Antoine Alciatore. The world-renowned French-Creole cuisine, impeccable service, and unique atmosphere have combined to create an unmatched dining experience in New Orleans since 1840. www.antoines.com $$$$

Saba

Uptown

Casual bistro with family-style platters of locally sourced Middle Eastern fare & outdoor dining. www.eatwithsaba.com $$$

The Butcher

French Quarter

A tribute to Old-World butcher and charcuterie shops. With five, full-time butchers, they make all of the cured meats, sausages and fresh cuts on their menu. Known for butchering, crafting, smoking and curing over 2000 pounds of meats and sausages in-house weekly. www.cochonbutcher.com $$

St James Cheese Shop

Uptown + Warehouse District

Tiny, bustling sandwich shop & market supplying gourmet Bries, blues, Gruyères & a cheese education. Great gourmet sandwiches, salads, small plates, cheese boards and wine. www.stjamescheese.com $$

Domilise's Po-Boy & Bar

Uptown

Local institution with massive po' boys & beer in a no-nonsense counter-serve space since 1924. www.domilisespoboys.com $$

Turkey and the Wolf

Uptown

A playful option for inventive sandwiches & cocktails served in a quirky, colorful space. www.turkeyandthewolf.com $$

Port of Call

French Quarter

Hefty burgers, loaded baked potatoes, cocktails & a jukebox draw lines at this 50-year-old dive. www.portofcallnola.com $$

The Columns

Uptown

The Columns bar is a beloved meeting place that belongs to the entire city. A talented team of James Beard award-nominees has recently reinvigorated the cocktail program. Grab a drink in the privacy of the garden, or on one of the porches overlooking the St. Charles streetcar line. www.thecolumns.com $$

Napoleon House

French Quarter

Great for drinks, muffalettas, po'boys & other Creole staples in a circa-1914 house with a palm-filled courtyard. Its vibrant history prevails-the optimistic plot to provide refuge for the exiled Napoleon Bonaparte by the original owner, Nicholas Girod, Mayor of New Orleans from 1812 to 1815, did not come to pass for the emperor. The building has been known as the Napoleon House ever since, either as an Italian grocery store to a restaurant with countless servings of the signature Pimm's Cup and long list of classic Creole favorites. www.napoleonhouse.com $$

Carosel Bar

French Quarter

This classic haunt at the Hotel Monteleone has a circular bar that revolves like a carousel while you sip your cocktails. www.hotelmonteleone.com/entertainment/carousel-bar/ $$$

Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar

French Quarter

Dimly lit hang & one of the oldest bars around, serving beer & frozen drinks since the 1700s. www.lafittesblacksmithshop.com $

Pat O'Briens

French Quarter

Sit out in the courtyard and enjoy a hurricane or listen to some dueling pianos in the piano bar! www.patobriens.com $$

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