Best Fine Dining in Algiers Point

We've collected top 10 mentioned fine dining places in Algiers Point from other articles such as The Plunge, Eater New Orleans, Travel Noire.

Best Fine Dining in Algiers Point

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 Time Out New Orleans
The 27 best New Orleans restaurants
"The crown jewel of the Brennan empire, this landmark Garden District restaurant has been a beacon of fine dining since 1880. There’s no resting on laurels here, though: Paul Prudhomme, Emeril Lagasse, Jaime Shannon and now Tory McPhail have nurtured the Creole menu while making their own marks. The iconic Victorian mansion is the perfect setting for an intimate meal, large celebration or relaxed 25-cent martini lunch."
Mentioned by Wandering Wheatleys
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"A lot of people think the “three-martini lunch” is part of a bygone era, but in New Orleans it’s still alive and well. In fact, you can complete your boozy trifecta for less than a dollar at the swanky Commander’s Palace (1403 Washington Ave.). Order one of the delicious lunch entrees and you can choose from 3 different martinis that will only set you back $0.25 each!"
Mentioned by Fun In New Orleans
Outdoor Dining
"Known for the award-winning quality of its food and its convivial atmosphere, the history of this famous restaurant offers a glimpse into New Orleans’ storied past and has been the go-to destination for Haute Creole cuisine and whimsical Louisiana charm."
4.3 (1187 ratings)
Fine-dining century-old institution serving French-Creole fare in upscale space (jackets required).
209 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
RestaurantFine dining restaurantFrench restaurant
Mentioned by Food Com
On the Road Eats: New Orleans City Guide
"This New Orleans stalwart provides a sophisticated reprieve from Bourbon Street’s frenetic party scene. The dining rooms are elegant, with chandeliers and mahogany, the waiters wear tuxedos and the menu features French-Creole favorites. One menu staple not to be missed are the Soufflé Potatoes, which were featured on The Best Thing I Ever Ate."
Mentioned by Culture Trip
The 10 Best Restaurants In Downtown New Orleans
"In 1905, founder Jean Galatoire brought French recipes and traditions to New Orleans with his restaurant. Galatoire’s has continued thriving with the help of his descendants. The original culinary customs have been preserved because the restaurant believes in consistency."
4.5 (677 ratings)
Classic upscale restaurant & lounge featuring Creole cuisine, cocktails & Dixieland jazz since 1918.
813 Bienville St, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
Fine dining restaurant
Mentioned by Thrillist
The 10 Most Classic Restaurants in New Orleans
"French QuarterAnother historic fine dining institution in the Vieux Carre, Arnaud’s has been offering classic Creole fare since 1918. Aside from housing the famous French 75 Bar -- where you’ll find cocktail master and historian Chris Hannah -- you can’t help but be charmed by its Old-World elegance. And that's not to mention live Dixieland in the Jazz Bistro, a fantastic brunch, and dishes like Shrimp Arnaud, Crab Claws Provencale, Oysters Bienville, Crawfish O’Connor, Crabmeat Karen, and other fantastic French Creole dishes named after people (or places)."
Mentioned by Travel + Leisure
New Orleans Travel Guide
"Address: 813 Bienville StreetNew Orleans, LA 70112Phone: (504) 523-5433Website. Known for its live Dixieland jazz brunch as well as for its classic cocktail bar, the French 75, Arnaud’s provides a range of signature NOLA experiences. After feasting in their romantic main dining room and imbibing in their cozy bar, you can even take home their creole mustard and remoulade sauce."
Mentioned by Marriott International
New Orleans Marriott
"Located steps off of Bourbon Street in the heart of the French Quarter, Arnaud’s offers classic Creole Cuisine and exemplary service in beautifully restored turn of the century dining rooms. Open for dinnerDress code: Shirt/Slacks Req.Phone: +1 504-523-5433"
Pêche Seafood Grill
Pêche Seafood Grill
4.6 (2681 ratings)
Seafood from a coal grill & raw bar, plus local brews, are found in rustic digs with weathered wood.
800 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Seafood restaurantFine dining restaurantRestaurant
Restaurant R'evolution
Restaurant R'evolution
4.6 (852 ratings)
Swanky hotel restaurant with an extensive menu of Creole fare, plus a 10,000-bottle wine cellar.
777 Bienville St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Cajun restaurantCreole restaurantFine dining restaurantSouthern restaurant (US)
Mentioned by OpenTable
New Orleans Restaurants
"Serving dinner nightly Restaurant R’evolution is the first joint venture of award winning chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto, offering modern, imaginative reinterpretations of classic Cajun and Creole cuisine. Located inside the iconic Royal Sonesta New Orleans hotel in...See More"
Mentioned by TRIP.COM
10 BEST Cajun and Creole Restaurants In New Orleans
"Restaurant R’evolution offers both classic Louisiana food fare and new innovative dishes created by world-renowned chef John Folse and Executive Chef Rick Tramonto. Chef Rick Tramonto is from Chicago and is a James Beard award winner. Chef John Folse is a local personality from Donaldsonville."
Mentioned by OpenTable
20 Best Lunch Spots in New Orleans
"Restaurant R’evolution has a worthy claim to the best lunch in New Orleans, even though it’s open for lunch on Fridays only. Score a table during Friday lunchtime to experience the..."
La Boca Steakhouse
La Boca Steakhouse
4.3 (527 ratings)
Argentine steakhouse with simply prepared cuts & pisco sours in a rustic space with exposed beams.
870 Tchoupitoulas Street Vaccine Required, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Steak houseArgentinian restaurantBarFine dining restaurantLatin American restaurantSouth American restaurant
Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"La Boca, which resides in a chic renovated former warehouse, is an Argentinian steakhouse specializing in fine cuts of beef served in a simple and traditional way. Established by James Beard semi-finalist chef Adolfo Garcia, La Boca features designs from local architect Brooks Graham and metal craftsman Duane Link, resulting in a beautifully designed space able to accommodate the restaurant’s ever growing clientele. Try dishes such as the chorizo de la casa, La Boca’s house made grilled sausage and the bife ancho, a mouthwatering 24 ounce cowboy cut, bone-in rib eye steak."
The Grill Room
The Grill Room
4.3 (84 ratings)
Glitzy place in the Windsor Court Hotel for high-end, modern Louisiana fare, plus a deep wine list.
300 Gravier St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
American restaurantBrunch restaurantFine dining restaurantRestaurant
4.4 (625 ratings)
Chef Susan Spicer cooks creative Louisiana fare in a charming old cottage with a lush courtyard.
430 Dauphine St, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
Fine dining restaurantAmerican restaurantContemporary Louisiana restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by
Outdoor Oases: Great Spots for Alfresco Dining in New Orleans
"Bayona provides one of the more traditional locations of the French Quarter located in a 150-year-old creole cottage. The restaurant was recognized as one of the top 40 places to dine in the U.S. by Conde Nast in 1993 and continues to marvel patrons to this day. Their lush tropical courtyard creates one of the most romantic and serene outdoor settings within the city."
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
New Orleans' Essential Lunch Spots
"Head to this Susan Spicer classic in the Quarter for the smoked duck “PB & J," or for Saturday lunch, where three small plates will only set you back $28."
Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse
Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse
4.4 (1297 ratings)
Classic steakhouse fare with a Creole twist in a posh, wood-paneled space with a busy happy hour.
716 Iberville St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Steak houseBarFine dining restaurant
Gautreau's Restaurant
Gautreau's Restaurant
4.7 (193 ratings)
Intimate, secluded spot for sophisticated New American-French cuisine, housed in a former pharmacy.
1728 Soniat St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Fine dining restaurantNew American restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by Lonely Planet
Best restaurants in New Orleans, USA
"There’s no sign outside Gautreau’s, just the number 1728 discreetly marking a nondescript house in a residential neighborhood. Cross the threshold to find a refined but welcoming dining room, where savvy diners,... Top ChoiceLouisianan in Uptown & Riverbend"
Mentioned by OpenTable
The Best Seafood Restaurants in New Orleans
"Gautreau’s Restaurant enjoys considerable critical acclaim – Zagat called it the best restaurant in New Orleans in 2014 – as well as a loyal clientele among local foodies."

Best Shopping Malls, Outlet and Places in Algiers Point Area

Nordstrom Rack
Nordstrom Rack
4.3 (7893 ratings)
Indoor outlet mall featuring over 75 familiar retailers, plus counter-serve eateries & restaurants.
500 Port of New Orleans Pl Suite 245, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Department storeChildren's clothing storeClothing storeCosmetics storeMen's clothing storeOutlet storeShoe storeWomen's clothing store
Mentioned by Riverwalk New Orleans
Gallery Arlo
Gallery Arlo
5 (9 ratings)5 (3 ratings)
807 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Art galleryShoppingArt Museums
4.8 (152 ratings)5 (12 ratings)
2841 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
StoreShoppingFlea & Street Markets

Top 10 Free Things To Do and Attractions in Algiers Point

New Orleans Botanical Garden
New Orleans Botanical Garden
4.6 (402 ratings)4 (135 ratings)
Long-established gardens with exotic species including orchids & cacti, plus seasonal plant sales.
5 Victory Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
Botanical gardenNature & ParksGardens
Mentioned by Culture Trip
What to See in New Orleans’ City Park
"Funded by the WPA, the City Park Rose Garden, as it was called when it opened in 1936, has been expanded over the years to fit 12 acres of land featuring more than 2,000 varieties of plants from all over the world. In the early 1980s, the space was renamed the New Orleans Botanical Garden, but what has remained are the 10 sculptures commissioned by Mexican-American relief artist Enrique Alférez."
Mentioned by
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"The New Orleans Botanical Garden was designed during the Great Depression era as a project for the Works Progress Administration. It is one of the few examples of a public garden still remaining to this day from the Art Deco Period. Come out to see this amazing beauty and learn about the different plants that reside in the garden!"
Mentioned by Plaid Shirt Yoga Pants
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"– Did you know that New Orleans has a Botanical Garden in City Park?. Open all year round, the Botanical Garden covers 10 acres of land and is beautiful in the growing season. On Wednesdays in April and October, there are extended hours in the garden from 5-8 for an evening with musicians."
Saint Augustine Catholic Church
Saint Augustine Catholic Church
4.7 (191 ratings)4.5 (218 ratings)
Church founded in 1841 by free African Americans, resulting in the historical War of the Pews.
1210 Governor Nicholls St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Catholic churchSights & LandmarksSacred & Religious SitesChurches & Cathedrals
Mentioned by Wheretraveler
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"A few blocks from the French Quarter, St. Augustine has been the gravity center of the Tremé neighborhood since the 1840s. New Orleans’ large and vibrant community of free people of color was involved in the church from its beginnings. Often called “Creoles of color,” these property owners, artisans, businesspeople and professionals were several generations removed from slavery and sometimes were slave owners themselves."
Mentioned by GPSmyCity
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"St. Augustine Catholic Church is the oldest African-American Catholic parish in the nation. It is located on Saint Claude Avenue near the French Quarter on the site of the old Claude Tremé plantation. The church is the location of the annual Jazz Mass that is held in conjunction with the Satchmo Festival, which pays homage to Louis Armstrong."
Chalmette Battlefield
Chalmette Battlefield
4.5 (838 ratings)3 (2 ratings)
This landmark park offers an 1815 battlefield, guided tours, a visitor center & annual reenactments.
1 Battlefield Rd, Chalmette, LA 70043, USA
National parkSights & LandmarksBattlefields
Mentioned by Our Wander-Filled Life
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"Following lunch we decided to head out of town and explore another unit of the Jean Lafitte NHP, Chalmette Battlefield, home of the Battle of New Orleans. Like most battlefields, you won’t find much other than a large open field but it is still an interesting stop. You should watch the short film at the Visitor Center to get an overview of the battle."

Best Gelato in Algiers Point

4.2 (195 ratings)
Counter-serve chain featuring signature smashed burgers, plus sides & shakes.
3301 Veterans Blvd Suite 79A, Metairie, LA 70002, USA
Hamburger restaurantAmerican restaurantChicken restaurantFast food restaurantIce cream shopLunch restaurantTakeout RestaurantRestaurant
Hansen's Sno-Bliz
Hansen's Sno-Bliz
4.8 (888 ratings)
Family-owned sno-ball stand mainstay since 1939 that's famous for soft shaved ice & homemade syrups.
4801 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Ice cream shopDessert shop
Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"Established in 1939, Hansen’s Sno-Bliz is a family-owned sno-ball (the Louisiana variation of what the rest of the country calls snow cones) stand located on Tchoupitoulas Street. Believed to be the oldest sno-ball stand in the United States, this refreshment spot is famous for its finely-shaved ice and homemade syrups. Today, Hansen’s still creates its own flavor variations every day and makes sno-balls with the original ice-shaving machine Ernest Hansen built in the 1930s."
Mentioned by AFAR Media
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"Hansen’s was started in 1939 by Ernest Hansen, who engineered a loud, homemade machine that shaves the ice to a fineness that many argue is unmatched across the city. (Oh, and they will argue.) The shop is still run with considerable care and..."
4.3 (274 ratings)
3017 Veterans Blvd A, Metairie, LA 70002, USA
Ice cream shop
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