Best Family Restaurants in Paradis

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Best Family Restaurants in Paradis

Superior Seafood & Oyster Bar
Superior Seafood & Oyster Bar
4.5 (3012 ratings)
Seafood-focused Creole fare in a sunny, tiled space with St. Charles Avenue views & a happy hour.
4338 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Seafood restaurantBarCatererFamily restaurantFrench restaurantOyster bar restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by Adventure in Black
The 13 Best Seafood Restaurants in New Orleans
"That’s the one word to describe the food at Superior Seafood!. This stylish restaurant has a zinc bar and full-service oyster bar perfect for anyone looking for Louisiana seafood and Creole-inspired cuisine. The menu changes weekly at Superior Seafood to highlight the freshest, local ingredients available, so you can always expect a quality experience."
Mentioned by OpenTable
The Best Cheap Eats in New Orleans
"There is no shortage of seafood restaurants in New Orleans, a town on a bayou, river, and ocean. But, for one of the best cheap places to eat high-quality seafood in NOLA, go to Su..."
Slim Goodies Diner
Slim Goodies Diner
4.3 (801 ratings)
Cash-only daytime diner with vegetarian-friendly comfort fare in funky digs with a leafy backyard.
3322 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
DinerAmerican restaurantBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCreole restaurantFamily restaurantLunch restaurantTakeout RestaurantRestaurantVegan restaurant
Mentioned by Time Out New Orleans
16 breakfast spots to start your day in New Orleans
"This breakfast and lunch spot is a local favorite on Magazine Street. Slim Goodies serves classic comfort food with bold twists, all made with fresh ingredients (and lots of love). Everyone loves the slammers: hash browns slathered in something delicious – think crawfish étouffée or chili with bacon and cheddar cheese – but the sweet potato pancakes are not to be missed."
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"Ten years old and going strong, Magazine Street's quirky, always-slammed early morning to lunch time diner, is known for their Slammer options, a hangover-helper made with hashbrowns and scrambles of various sort (eggs, chili, tofu, what have you). There is also a potato latke/crawfish etouffee dish called the Jewish Coonass, not PC, but a fan favorite."
Mentioned by 10Best
Garden District'sspots for an egg-straordinary brunch
"Slim Goodies Diner is a dive-y diner located in the Garden District/Irish Channel portion of Magazine Street in New Orleans. The venue has a retro feel with the old Coke signs, red leather booths and counter stools. Breakfast/brunch is the specialty here, and waits can be long if you come at peak times, say around 10 am."
Another Broken Egg Cafe
Another Broken Egg Cafe
4.2 (1024 ratings)
Casual chain featuring egg dishes & other breakfast items plus brunch sandwiches & a specials board.
2917 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Brunch restaurantBreakfast restaurantCafeFamily restaurantLunch restaurantNew American restaurantSouthern restaurant (US)
Mentioned by
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"If anyone wants to enjoy a sunrise, Another Broken Egg Cafe can provide the perfect breakfast go with it. Opening at seven in the morning, this restaurant prides itself on its breakfast meals such as their gourmet, handmade omelettes and eggs benedict. In both of its two locations, visitors can enjoy a crisp morning with a high-quality meal in a casual spot."
Mentioned by NOLA Weekend
5 Great Spots to Brunch on a Budget in New Orleans
"This chain has two New Orleans locations, and the menu offers a wide variety of options from omelettes to benedicts. The spot also offers a kids menu and vegetarian dishes. Prices top out at around $12."
Li'l Dizzy's Cafe
Li'l Dizzy's Cafe
4.5 (1453 ratings)
No-frills joint for soul-food breakfasts & lunches plus a buffet option & dinners some nights.
1500 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Creole restaurantFamily restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by Trip101
8 Best Brunch Buffet Spots In New Orleans, Louisiana - Updated 2021
"Editor's Note: There's no photo available at the time of writing. On a lazy Sunday when you wake up feeling hungry that you need to please your stomach right away, you should find your way to Li'l Dizzy’s Cafe to indulge in a sumptuous brunch buffet, because it is the only time the restaurant serves its delicious brunch. The restaurant’s Sunday brunch menu includes specials such as shrimp grillade and seafood omelet poboy and all you can eat."
Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
12 Best Brunches in New Orleans
"New Orleans's famous Baquet family oversees this laid-back establishment and its brunch buffet, which serves as a primer in Creole cuisine. It's a no-nonsense operation here; don't expect complicated cocktails or six versions of avocado toast. You’re here for the variety of local specialities on offer, not to see and be seen."
Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant
Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant
4.4 (1420 ratings)
Relaxed, island-tinged bar with seafood-heavy Cal-Mex eats plus an outdoor courtyard & late hours.
701 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
RestaurantAmerican restaurantBarBar & grillEvent plannerEvent venueFamily restaurant
Daisy Dukes® Express
Daisy Dukes® Express
4.4 (3999 ratings)
Local chain serving seafood & Cajun-Southern comfort fare in a warm, relaxed atmosphere.
123 Carondelet St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Creole restaurantBarBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCajun restaurantFamily restaurantDelivery RestaurantSouthern restaurant (US)
BRAVO Cucina Italiana
BRAVO Cucina Italiana
4.1 (417 ratings)
Upscale-casual Italian chain serving pasta, grilled dishes, pizza & cocktails amid Roman-ruin decor.
3413 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Metairie, LA 70002, USA
Italian restaurantCocktail barFamily restaurantGluten-free restaurantPizza restaurant
3.5 (2802 ratings)
Long-standing chain serving a wide variety of pancakes & other American breakfast & diner fare.
833 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
RestaurantAmerican restaurantBreakfast restaurantFamily restaurant
Bears Poboys at Gennaro's
Bears Poboys at Gennaro's
4.6 (821 ratings)
Unpretentious kitchen featuring roast beef po' boys & other classic options, plus hamburgers.
3206 Metairie Rd, Metairie, LA 70001, USA
Family restaurantHamburger restaurantPo’ boys restaurantRestaurant
Walk-On's Sports Bistreaux - New Orleans Restaurant
Walk-On's Sports Bistreaux - New Orleans Restaurant
1009 Poydras St, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
Family restaurant
Mentioned by
From A-Z, a complete guide to every New Orleans restaurant you can imagine
"1009 Poydras St., (504) 309-6530; Clearview Mall, 4436 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, (504) 273-1233; 69796 Stirling Blvd., Covington, (985) 900-2234; Bayou pasta features fried shrimp over linguine with crawfish cream sauce, green onions and garlic bread."

Top 10 Free Things To Do and Attractions in Paradis

City Park
City Park
4.7 (12606 ratings)4.5 (3929 ratings)
This expansive urban greenspace with a lake & paths features a dog run, museums, disc golf & more.
1 Palm Dr, New Orleans, LA 70124, USA
ParkNature & ParksCity park
Mentioned by Hand Luggage Only
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"Located slightly northwest of the French Quarter, City Park is a huge park and Botanical Garden to explore. The Park is full of the best things to do in New Orleans, especially if you’re looking for a more chilled out day. From carousels and statues (which you’ll find in the Storyland section) to stunning walks, it’s totally gorgeous and well worth a visit."
Mentioned by New Orleans 3 days itinerary
The Perfect Itinerary for 3 Days in New Orleans
"Many of our readers would suggest us to check out City Park while we were posting photos of ourselves in New Orleans on social media. After seeing photos of this place it’s no wonder why this place is a photographer’s dream and has the most beautiful trees everywhere."
Jackson Square
Jackson Square
4.7 (18499 ratings)4.5 (14267 ratings)
Artists & performers ply their trades in a park built in 1721 & lined with historic buildings.
701 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Historical landmarkSights & LandmarksCity parkHistoric Walking AreasPoints of Interest & Landmarks
Mentioned by New Orleans 4 days itinerary
Guide to a 4-day New Orleans Itinerary
"The Jackson square is kind of the unofficial center or meeting point for tourists. The Andrew Jackson statue placed in the middle with the St. Louis Cathedral neatly tucked behind it, is an iconic landmark that represents the city of New Orleans. The Jackson square and the St. Louis Cathedral share deep rootedhistorythat is worth learning about. St. Louis Cathedral is open to visitors from all walks of life."
Mentioned by Travel Artsy
15 of the Oldest Buildings in the French Quarter of New Orleans
"Initially laid out with the rest of the old French Quarter, Jackson Square sits in front of the St. Louis Cathedral. Also called the Place d’Armes, it is the oldest space in the city. Trees and walkways were added to it in the 1830s and the equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson was added in 1856."
Pitot House
Pitot House
4.4 (60 ratings)4 (18 ratings)
West Indies-style plantation home built in 1799 & occupied by first city mayor, now open for tours.
1440 Moss St, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
MuseumSights & LandmarksEvent venueHistorical landmarkWedding venueHistoric Sites

Top Best Seafood Restaurants in Paradis

Acme Oyster House
Acme Oyster House
4.5 (7495 ratings)
Lively New Orleans-based chain offering oysters, po' boys, gumbo & other Cajun-Creole classics.
724 Iberville St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Cajun restaurantRestaurantSeafood restaurant
Mentioned by New Orleans 3 days itinerary
The Perfect Itinerary for 3 Days in New Orleans
"If you want a Po Boy, we recommend checking out Killer Po-Boys, if you want a fancy dining experience where you dress up and have another Commander’s Palace like experience head on over to Galatoire’s on Bourbon St., if you want some great gumbo head on over to the Gumbo Shop, or if you want some of the best oysters in town to check out Acme Oyster House for their famed seafood. We had a hard time choosing our last meal because all of the food we ate was so good."
Mentioned by
From A-Z, a complete guide to every New Orleans restaurant you can imagine
"Harrah’s New Orleans, 8 Canal St., (504) 708-2409; 724 Iberville St., (504) 522-5973; 1202 N. Highway 190, Covington, (985) 246-6155; 3000 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, (504) 309-4056; A Peace Maker po-boy includes fried shrimp and oysters and Tabasco-infused mayonnaise on French bread."
Mentioned by Fodor’s Travel
Top Restaurants in New Orleans
"A rough-edge classic in every way, this no-frills eatery at the entrance to the French Quarter is a prime source for briny, chilled Gulf oysters...Read More"
Auction House Market
Auction House Market
4.6 (789 ratings)
Hip, airy food hall & market featuring a range of niche vendors with stalls selling eats & drinks.
801 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
RestaurantBreakfast restaurantCocktail barCoffee shopDessert shopEvent venueIndian restaurantSeafood restaurantSushi restaurantVegan restaurant
Mentioned by Thrillist
The Best New Orleans Restaurants for Vegans and Vegetarians
"Warehouse DistrictThe various food halls springing up all over town bring small vendors to a receptive clientele with lower overhead costs than a regular restaurant, giving more niche ideas -- like vegan and vegetarian food -- the opportunity to set up shop. Stop in at the Auction House Market on the corner of Julia and Magazine to get a masala dosa at Tava Indian Streetfood, jackfruit BBQ toast from Happy Jaxx, and a vegan macaron or milkshake from Mac & Moon Macarons."
4.6 (2822 ratings)
Lively neighborhood spot for Creole-Italian fare like pizza & po' boys, plus a busy weekend brunch.
3701 Iberville St, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
Seafood restaurantBreakfast restaurantRestaurantSoul food restaurant
Mentioned by Spoon University
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"A photo posted by Scott Chung (@schunghj) on Mar 16, 2015 at 4:58am PDT. Claim to fame: Barge sandwich, cajun pork pizza. If the thought of a sandwich stacked with mounds of freshly caught seafood, and cajun pork pizza aren’t making your mouth water, I don’t know what will."
Mentioned by
GoNOLA Tops: Pancakes
"There’s a time when you have to let the menu sing for itself. That’s the case with Katie’s. The lemon ricotta pancakes feature three large buttermilk pancakes that are packed with ricotta cheese and lemon zest."

Best Spas in Paradis

The Woodhouse Day Spa - New Orleans
The Woodhouse Day Spa - New Orleans
4.6 (293 ratings)
4030 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
Day spaHair removal serviceMassage spaNail salonSpa
Mentioned by Wheretraveler
4 Stellar Spas in New Orleans
"We’re all so pushed and pulled from every side each day to ‘do,’ we forget the power of simply ‘Be-ing’” Such is the philosophy behind Belladonna Day Spa, an Uptown urban oasis where the services are focused on “being” rather than “doing.” Take the “Be Youthful” replenishing facial, for example, or the “Be Detoxed” seaweed treatment—better than any hair of the dog after a night out on Bourbon Street. Visitors will gravitate toward the “Be Bamboozled” body ritual, which incorporates herbal aromatherapy products designed to stave off travel tension. The hour-long treatment starts with a body scrub and green tea-milk bath, and culminates in a full-body massage."
Mentioned by
Best Spas in New Orleans | New Orleans Local's Guide
"This full-service spa is located in the colorful and funky neighborhood of Mid-City, just a couple of miles away from the French Quarter. Woodhouse signature service includes the Signature Minkyti facial which combines organic seaweed to deeply hydrate and nourish the face, and exfoliation to establish and maintain the skin’s pH balance. If you’re in need of a deeply restorative experience, opt for the Woodhouse Escape, with seven specialized treatments that include a dry brush exfoliation, and a full body stone massage, and reflexology."
Mentioned by TripSavvy
The Best Day Spas in New Orleans
"The spa offers balance, restorative treatments, and nourishing the entire person--body, mind, and spirit. Taking the time to just be--restores our mental, physical and spiritual health and allows each of us to meet the demands of each day and give our fullest at whatever else we choose to do. Besides a great day spa, Belledonna offers some retail therapy with cosmetics and other luxury items available."
Serenity Day Spa and Gifts
Serenity Day Spa and Gifts
4.9 (16 ratings)
110 Metairie Heights Ave, Metairie, LA 70001, USA
Day spaHair salonMassage spaNail salonSkin care clinicWaxing hair removal service
Mentioned by 10Best
New Orleans' spa treats for your tired bod
"If you have wheels and are staying outside of the city, or need a break from the New Orleans hubbub, this small day spa in the heart of Old Metairie fills the bill. Along with the usual facials, massage therapy, nail care and waxing, Serenity offers the It Works!. line of products for body contouring along with nutritional supplements."
Mentioned by TripSavvy
The Best Day Spas in New Orleans
"Marriot hotel at 614 Canal Street, where Chartres Street meets Canal. So, it's at the edge of the French Quarter and easy to get to. Serenity Spa offers a full menu of services, including facials, massages, nail services, waxing, and makeup applications."
Embodyment Salon & Spa
Embodyment Salon & Spa
4.6 (34 ratings)
3701 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Beauty salonDay spaHair salonWedding service
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