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Bowling Alley
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“Upscale bowling alley right in the heart of downtown near Harrah's casino and Drago's Seafood Restaurant.”
  • 20 lokale anbefaler
Steakhouse
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“Not just good food, but a great bar next to the casino with outdoor seating on the Fulton street mall. Great place to sip and watch people.”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
Cocktailbar
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“LUNCH - Located in the fab Loews Hotel, the Brennan family-run Cafe Adelaide is named for colorful Ti Adelaide Martin, co-owner of big sister restaurant Commander's Palace. You'll be happy starting with the bacon and cornmeal crusted fried oysters, and the shrimp and tasso corndog with five pepper jelly is like nothing you'll ever taste at a country fair. The menu is served at the Swizzle Stick bar next to the restaurant, a tasteful homage to Adelaide Brennan, also known as "Queenie" and "Auntie Mame," who did her share of living the good life. ”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
Brewery
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“WATCH THE GAME -Gordon Biersch is a large restaurant/sports bar on Poydras in the heart of the New Orleans CBD. Sit indoors or out, with TVs tuned to the game offering a hubbub of activity and a sporty soundtrack”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“CBD SEAFOOD - Grand Isle is the strip of land off mainland Louisiana known for its amazing fishing. Grand Isle Restaurant, with its menu of fresh local seafood and vintage photos channeling the same gulf goodness as its namesake. Situated on busy Fulton Street, Grand Isle lassos a lot of flavor in gulf specialties like smoked fried oysters with garlic aioli and a version of grilled oysters with havarti and tasso that is completely off the hook.The smoked drum chowder with roasted corn is another treat, and you can't miss with anything seafood. steak specials or the winning combo of confit pork cheek and baby clams served with crunchy popcorn rice pilaf. ”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
American Restaurant
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“SEAFOOD - Ernst Cafe has existed in the Warehouse District of New Orleans for over a century, nestled in a Pre-Civl War structure. The atmosphere is a friendly, family type of setting where talking, chattering and having a good time are all allowed. Ernst is known for having "Crawfish Fridays" during crawfish season, where you can get a tray of the famed shellfish and enjoy discounts on the local brew as well (Abita). If you happen to visit outside of the normal crawfish season, they always serve up a mean crawfish etouffee which is something everyone visiting New Orleans should try.”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“Lively New Orleans-based chain offering oysters, po' boys, gumbo & other Cajun-Creole classics.”
  • 4 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
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