Top Best American Restaurants in Paradis

We've collected top 10 mentioned american restaurants in Paradis from other articles such as, OpenTable, Southern Trippers.

Top Best American Restaurants in Paradis

Commander's Palace
Commander's Palace
4.6 (4825 ratings)
Notable spot for refined Creole fare & an elegant jazz brunch in a chandelier-hung space since 1880.
1403 Washington Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
RestaurantAmerican restaurantBarBrunch restaurantCreole restaurantFine dining restaurantSeafood restaurantSouthern restaurant (US)
Mentioned by Food & Wine
The Best Date Restaurants in New Orleans
"If Café Amelie is well-known, then Commander’s Palace is downright famous. One of the most storied locations in New Orleans history—the landmarked Victorian mansion, built in the late 1800s, has been in the Brennan family since 1974. It’s hard to go wrong when it comes to mealtimes—we particularly like lunch, when you can order one (or three) 25-cent martinis—but when it comes to romance, dinner is the way to go."
Mentioned by Local Adventurer » Travel Adventures in Las Vegas + World Wide
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"(Garden District, Cajun/Creole/American, $$$) I have memories of the turtle soup from when I was a kid, finished tableside with sherry. For lunch, .25 cent martini’s (limit 3)."
Willie Mae's Scotch House
Willie Mae's Scotch House
4.5 (4359 ratings)
Lauded family-owned spot since 1957, famous for fried chicken & other soul food in a humble setting.
2401 St Ann St, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
American restaurantSouthern restaurant (US)
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"The wet-battered fried chicken at this Treme soul food institution (open since 1957) is the stuff of legend, which is why the line to get inside Willie Mae’s Scotch House usually wraps around the building. The best bet for getting in quickly is to come with a party of two. Do yourself a favor and get the mac and cheese too."
District Donuts Sliders Brew
District Donuts Sliders Brew
4.6 (2542 ratings)
Comfy cafe offering caffeinated drinks, little burgers & sweets in a rustic-chic ambiance.
2209 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
American restaurantCoffee shopDonut shopHamburger restaurantRestaurantSandwich shopVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by America From The Road
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"If you love donuts you need to stop in at District Donuts Sliders Brew. Not only do they have a mouthwatering creative combination of donut flavors like carrot cake or pumpkin cheesecake (filled with pumpkin cheesecake and topped with ginger beer glazeand candied pepita’s) but all of their donuts are made from scratch using natural ingredients. They offer six rotating donuts every week with over one hundred options!"
Muriel's Jackson Square
Muriel's Jackson Square
4.6 (2655 ratings)
Classic Creole fare in a 19th-century building with old-world elegance, plus a Sunday jazz brunch.
801 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Creole restaurantAmerican restaurantBarBistroCocktail barEvent venueSouthern restaurant (US)Wedding venue
4.5 (926 ratings)
Elegant gastropub with cocktails & American fare in a former carriage house with courtyard seats.
625 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
American restaurantBarRestaurant
Mentioned by Thrillist
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"French QuarterCozy American gastropub with plant-filled back patioThis cozy, candlelit restaurant just off Jackson Square is perfect for when you want to get close -- as in, literally close, because you’ll need to huddle over the light to read the menu -- but it’s about as intimate of a space as you’ll find in the city’s busiest neighborhood. While some offerings have been recently updated, you’ll still find the option to impress your date by ordering the $90 champagne and fries combo."
Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
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"Sylvain is a great French Quarter stop if you’re looking for a good high/low mix, with well-rendered elements of both at play here. The menu is steered expertly by chef Kyle Coppinger from Cochon with starters that cruise a line of artisanal ingredients—cheeses, veal sweetbreads, and duck confit all making an impact. There’s a hint of French bistro, a hint of workaday diner."
St James Cheese Company - Warehouse District
St James Cheese Company - Warehouse District
4.7 (628 ratings)
Bustling sandwich shop & market supplying gourmet Bries, blues, Gruyères & a cheese education.
641 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
American restaurantCheese shopDeliGourmet grocery storeSandwich shop
Mentioned by My New Orleans
Alfresco Fresh
"St. James’ Prytania Street location has always attracted a crowd to its shaded outdoor tables. Enjoy the bounty of the cheese case in simple form with the Ploughman’s Lunch: a selection of cheeses paired with pate, bread and salad. Or take things to the next level with mozzarella, pesto and artisanal salami grilled to gooey perfection on ciabatta, or the brie de meaux nestled with French ham on a buttered baguette."
Mentioned by Hello Little Home
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"Cheese lovers rejoice, because St. James Cheese Company is the perfect place to indulge in a gooey grilled cheese, delicious salad, and a glass of wine or beer. I love their pimento cheese!. They also stock gourmet groceries, making this the perfect place to pick up afternoon snacks or picnic supplies."
Mentioned by Travel + Leisure
New Orleans Travel Guide
"A local favorite in New Orleans, St. James Cheese Company has an extensive, high-end array of fromage. Visit St. James at either their uptown or Warehouse District venues for a few artisanal goods—and grab a sandwich to go while you’re there."
4.3 (274 ratings)
Renovated historic space is now an upscale, white-tablecloth restaurant for modern Creole fare.
1016 Annunciation St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Creole restaurantAmerican restaurantRestaurantSeafood restaurantSouthern restaurant (US)
Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"Intimate, stylish and specializing in Cajun and Creole-style seafood dishes, ANNUNCIATION is a must visit restaurant for romantic dining. Rustic exposed brick walls, candlelit tables and a bistro-style ambience set the romantic scene, while ANNUNCIATION’s friendly, professional maître d’ Richard Williams ensures a smooth and sophisticated dining experience. ANNUNCIATION’s co-owner and chef Steven Manning opened the restaurant in the summer of 2012, brining more than 30 years experience to the table."
Mentioned by Thrillist
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"You'll distinguish Annunciation's Old World version of turtle soup for its redder tone. It's definitely worth downing a bowl or two -- as is the rest of the seasonal menu. New Orleans gets hot, so it's worthwhile to mark a few sno-ball locations on your map."
Rib Room
Rib Room
4.4 (358 ratings)
Steakhouse in the Omni Royal Hotel with classic fare in a clubby space good for people-watching.
621 St Louis St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Fine dining restaurantAmerican restaurantBarFrench restaurantSeafood restaurantSteak house
Mentioned by
New Orleans Restaurants | Dining
"Located on the corner of St. Louis at Royal Street, the Rib Room has been the haunt of literary greats and the politically infamous for over 50 years. The Rib Room’s rotisserie remains a focal point of the menu of classic to contemporary dishes."
The Pelican Club
The Pelican Club
4.5 (483 ratings)
Stylish place with a sophisticated Creole menu, 3 dining rooms, a bar & weekend piano music.
312 Exchange Pl, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Creole restaurantAmerican restaurantBarCatererEclectic restaurantRestaurantSeafood restaurantSoup restaurantSouthern restaurant (US)Wine bar
Mentioned by OpenTable
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"The Pelican Club offers a wide range of amazing New Orleans dishes and focuses on authentic Creole-Cajun cuisine and down-to-earth Southern dishes. The restaurant is elegant, with ..."
Mentioned by OpenTable
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"An institution of the French Quarter since 1990, the Pelican Club boasts some of the best seafood in New Orleans. It consistently garners critical acclaim, including being named on..."
Knuckleheads Sports Bar & Grill
Knuckleheads Sports Bar & Grill
4.5 (128 ratings)
3535 Severn Ave Ste 10, Metairie, LA 70002, USA
Bar & grillAmerican restaurantHamburger restaurantPubRestaurantSeafood restaurantSports bar

Top Best Sushi Places & Restaurants in Paradis

Yummy Sushi
Yummy Sushi
4.5 (141 ratings)
6100 Hamburg St A, New Orleans, LA 70122, USA
Sushi restaurant
Jazz Sushi Bar
Jazz Sushi Bar
4.5 (108 ratings)
Basic Japanese restaurant serving standard rolls & hot dishes in a comfortable diner-style setting.
600 Decatur St #206a, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
BarAsian restaurantJapanese restaurantSushi restaurant
4.4 (1102 ratings)
Upscale Japanese steakhouse with a lively hibachi area, a sushi bar & cocktails.
2325 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Metairie, LA 70002, USA
Japanese restaurantSteak houseSushi restaurant
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"The Crescent City’s oldest sushi bar’s shine has not tarnished with age. Since 1982, Shogun has been serving a wide variety of fresh sushi. Plus, there large eatery is outfitted with hibachi grills."

Best History Museum in Paradis

The Presbytère
The Presbytère
4.5 (388 ratings)4.5 (839 ratings)
State museum with Hurricane Katrina & Mardi Gras exhibits in a former courthouse built in 1813.
751 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Local history museumMuseumsHistory museumSpecialty Museums
Mentioned by Busy Tourist
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"We’ve already mentioned visiting the Cabildo as one of the best things to do in New Orleans – but what about its twin, The Presbytère?. It faces Jackson Square and dates back to 1791, and like its “sibling”, it boasts amazing architecture that makes it a true masterpiece. Built in a colonial Spanish style, The Presbytère was once used as its name suggests – as domestic quarters for the Capuchin monks of the Cabildo."
Mentioned by New Orleans 3 days itinerary
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"Presbytere is the Louisiana State Museum. It has two exhibits that are always there: The Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond and Mardi Gras: It’s Carnival Time in Louisiana."
Mentioned by Fodor's Choice
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"One of the twin Spanish colonial buildings flanking the St. Louis Cathedral, this one, on the right, was built on the site of the priests'…"
Treme's Petit Jazz Museum
Treme's Petit Jazz Museum
4.8 (121 ratings)5 (22 ratings)
1500 Governor Nicholls St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
MuseumArt MuseumsHistory MuseumsSpecialty Museums
Mentioned by AFAR
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"After voodoo (or vodou) came to New Orleans in the 1700s—first via West African slaves, then with Haitians after the Haitian Revolution—it entwined with the city’s identity. Which is why, since the 1970s, a French Quarter visit has been deemed incomplete without a stop at the tiny Historic Voodoo Museum. If it’s lore you seek, you’ll find it here."
The Cabildo
The Cabildo
4.4 (335 ratings)4 (373 ratings)
The Louisiana Purchase was signed in this 1790s landmark now housing a New Orleans history museum.
701 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Local history museumMuseumsHistorical landmarkSpecialty Museums

Top Rated Parks to Visit in Paradis

The Singing Oak
The Singing Oak
4.7 (272 ratings)
New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
Mentioned by Louisiana Official Travel and Tourism Information
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"You may very well hear this tree before you see it: a massive live oak in the middle of City Park. The Singing Oak is an art installation by artist Jim Hart that features wind chimes measuring as long as 14 feet. Part of the charm of The Singing Oak is just finding it."
Crescent Park
Crescent Park
4.6 (1223 ratings)4.5 (74 ratings)
Compact park along the river offering trails, picnic areas & views of the city skyline.
Cres Park Trail, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA
ParkNature & Parks
Mentioned by ArchDaily
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"In a bold move to reclaim New Orleans’ Riverfront, the development plan for this park began in 2007 as a public space project for both locals and tourists. Now anyone can enjoy a view of the city skyline that was previously reserved for those that worked on the river or in the wharves. The award-winning park can be accessed via elevator or by walking across one of several bridges that step over the city’s flood protection and rail tracks and connect the riverfront with the adjacent neighborhoods."
Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
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"Until 2014, the banks of the Mississippi River bordering the city's downtown Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods were essentially unwalkable. The city invested in a large renovation program that's transformed unsightly, post-industrial wasteland into a lovely riverside park. Crescent Park is a mile-and-a-half long and feels very much like a local spot; you're unlikely to find Mardi Gras-beaded tourists here."
Mentioned by The Crazy Tourist
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"In the French Market District, Crescent Park is a linear park, 1.4 miles long beside the Mississippi. You can get there by crossing the levee and railway via the “rusty bridge”. On the water there’s a supreme view west to the French District and Central Business District, accompanied by lots of public art, a series of mixed-use pavilions, native landscaping and paths for cyclists and pedestrians."
Couturie Forest
Couturie Forest
4.7 (408 ratings)
Tranquil woodlands within a city park featuring waterways, native trees & diverse birds & wildlife.
1009 Harrison Ave, New Orleans, LA 70124, USA
Nature preservePark
Mentioned by Photography & Travel
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"The Courturie Forest is another gem you can experience in City Park. Located not far from Scout Island, the trails through this park take you away from the manicured lawns and giant oak trees into a much more wild area along a waterway that is full of birds and turtles. Also located in the Couturie Forest is Laborde Mountain."
Mentioned by Lonely Planet
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"Outside of New Orleans East, Couturie is the wildest natural space in the city. A series of paths wind through acres of Louisiana hardwood forest and lead to the highest point in the city: Laborde Mountain, towering at 43 feet over the surrounding park. When to go to New Orleans"

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