Restaurant and Dining

Apolline Restaurant

Herbs and peppers from the kitchen garden enliven the cocktails as well as the cuisine of Apolline. Chef Michael Shelton operates the restaurant with Restaurant General Manager Frank Phillips. Together, the duo offers accessibly priced wines, handcrafted cocktails and exquisite cuisine in the perfect spot: a renovated double shotgun cottage.


Cafe Dauphine

"Great food and service. Twice I called ahead and our table was ready when we arrived. I had a big party each time. Food is cooked to order but very much worth the wait. Also the mixed lemonades are amazing. I drive 1.5 hours just to get those crawfish egg rolls 👍👍" - Sylvennie Smith

"They were hospitable. Very accommodating. The food was good. The lizardi rolls, redfish florentine and stuffed pepper. Will be back!" - Gerald Watson


Port Of Call

Whatever name it is you have for this South Louisiana city, there is no denying that New Orleans is a place unlike any other. The music, the art, the history, the triumph, the crazy people, and most importantly, the FOOD, make this city undeniable.

That being said, Port Of Call has been the GEM of the New Orleans French Quarter since the 1960's, and for good reason:  We have consistantly been voted THE BEST BURGER IN THE CITY! 


Mimi's in The Marigny

Executive chef Heathcliffe Hailey has been serving amazing tapas at Mimi’s since 2004. He’s a Louisiana boy creating an eclectic menu with natural ingredients. Known for his fantastic "Trust Me" using fresh herbs and produce hand picked from Louisiana farms. Bringing a true farm to table southern food experience.


Horn's Cafe

We at Horn's are happy to continue a 50 year tradition of being a neighborhood restaurant. This covered corner in the heart of the Mairgny Triangle -

1940 Dauphine st @Touro St. - has a long tradition of serving food to locals and tourists alike. We are also dog friendly!

Come enjoy the overhang that provides one of the city's best nightly parades of people and pets


Pascal's Manale

In 1913, Frank Manale bought a corner grocery store at Napoleon Avenue and Dryades to open Manale’s Restaurant.   From the beginning, Manale’s was a family affair. The original crew included Frank’s nephew’s and his son.  Pascal Radosta was behind the bar and his brother Jake was in the kitchen.  When Frank Manale died in 1937, Pascal took over sole management of Manale’s Restaurant.   Many years later, Pascal wanted to add his name to the restaurant.  To honor his uncle, he kept “Manale” and the restaurant became Pascal’s Manale Restaurant. Pascal knew everyone in town; Politicians, Famous people, Families.  Pas, as he was affectionately known, was loved and respected by many in New Orleans and could always be found in Manale’s.


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