Clarion Inn & Suites
1300 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 299-9900
Fax: (504) 299-1737
1300 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA, US, 70112
- Phone: (504) 299-9900
- Fax: (504) 299-1737
Located in the Central Business District of New Orleans, this little known restaurant serves some amazing Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern dishes. Good quality food, flavorful preparations and affordable prices has made this joint a hit among the locals. Open 24/7, Cleo’s Cuisine & Convenience is jam-packed with customers, for most of the day. Drop by and grab a quick bite of freshly made hummus, pork chops or falafel sandwich.
Chef Alon Shaya is cooking up home-style and hearty Italian dishes under the guidance and ownership of renowned Chef John Besh. Italian for "Sunday," Domenica artfully recreates the traditional Sunday dinner prepared by families in Italian villages on any day of the week. Guests who visit this restaurant, tucked away in the Roosevelt Hotel, can choose from a menu of hand-crafted pastas, seafood dishes like Gulf Pompano, and meat such as braised Guinea hen served with a side of rosemary roasted potatoes and garlic swiss chard.
Nosh staff fire up the griddle early at this French Quarter eatery. Stop in during these early hours for a hearty start to the day with the Pancake Platter or Hash Brown Combo. Once lunchtime roles around check out Nosh's salads and sandwiches or make a meal from the menu of sliders. With slider options like the Original Beef, Buffalo, Petite Portobello, and Pan-Seared Fish, there is good reason to order more than one. While Nosh is always open in time for breakfast, closing hours can vary depending on the crowd. Though the usual closing time on weekends is 11p and on weekdays is 5p, the restaurant remains open till the last guest finishes.
Savor local delights like Calamari, Bucktown Boil Pizza and fried chicken at Deanie's Seafood Restaurant. This petite eatery is a favorite with people who want to have a hearty and filling meal without burning a hole in their pockets. Enjoy the freshness of seafood in the sumptuous meal of bacon or shrimp served here. The extensive wine list adds to the delightful experience. Dine here once and you'll surely be looking forward to visit this place again.
Ralph Brennan, of the city's well-known restaurant clan, owns this casual, high-energy grill. This festive atmosphere holds true to the city it inhabits. A large central dining room is surrounded on three sides by banquettes, and a huge oyster bar is covered with images of the seafood that is also the focus of the menu. The kitchen produces a delicious barbecue shrimp po'boy, seafood gumbo with nuggets of alligator sausage and baked oysters on the half shell. The signature dessert is a variation of bananas foster.
Enjoy an entertaining evening with great food and drinks at Howl At The Moon. One of the best clubs in New Orleans, it's crowd puller is a pair baby grand pianos. Test your vocal chords while the best of regional piano players accompany your singing with their melodious tunes. 'Piano Punch', 'X-Boyfriend' and 'Bad Apple Bucket' are names of some of the specialty drinks offered here along with other premium spirits. The place also occasionally hosts social events and corporate functions. It is open daily from 12 pm.
A perfect blend of modern and cozy, MiLa restaurant is complete with an aesthetically decorated setting with young and fresh colors and textures. The cuisine is rich with southern authentic Southern flavors and recipes. From sparkling wines to bubbling champagnes, a fine collection of liquor finds its place in the well-stocked bar. The bittersweet chocolate soufflé with a classic New Orleans whiskey sauce is exceptional and presents a glorious finale to a fine meal.
Bourbon House is a many-leveled restaurant renowned for its fresh seafood delicacies cooked in a delectable cross between colonial French and southern American styles. The main dining room and the private dining rooms are done in beautiful wrought iron, reminiscent of the European architectural legacy left behind. When you are at Bourbons you could always let the Frozen Bourbon Milk Punch tingle your insides with fresh sea fare for company.
Hobnobber’s may not cater to the health-food fanatic, but this downtown diner is sure to please anyone looking for a hearty home-style meal. Since 1987, Hobnobber’s has been serving traditional New Orleans and soul food meals. Each day features a different menu of budget-friendly meals like red beans and rice served with a breaded pork chop, a fried catfish platter, and mirliton and shrimp casserole alongside an ample portion of baked macaroni.
This Bourbon Street landmark is arguably the most famous restaurant in New Orleans. The grand dame of French/Creole dining, Galatoire's has packed them in since its doors opened in 1905. The French bistro setting is complete with wall-to-wall mirrors and ceiling fans that stir the rich aromas of fine French/Creole dining. Appetizer choices include shrimps, oysters, turtle soup and green salad with garlic.
Renowned chef Michel A. Clavelin creates culinary masterpieces at the wonderful Jean Lafitte Bistro. Using the finest and choicest of spices along with freshest of ingredients, he prepares delectable delights. The "Gulf Shrimp Remoulade" and "Escargots Bourguignone" are perfect starters. For a lighter meal Absinthe House Salad or Louisiana Crab cakes are good options. Complete your meal with Pecan Pie or the amazing Bananas Foster Bread Pudding.
Located in the French Quarter, the Deja Vu Restaurant and Bar is the perfect place to treat yourself. Their menu offers a variety in American cuisine, with an extensive menu for breakfast. Start your day with their egg specials which come in different combinations and styles. Right from steak and eggs, Mexican omelette to Eggwich, there are too many options to choose from, to kick-start your day. The menu also features appetizers, salads and clubs to satiate you. Reasonably priced, the overstuffed sandwiches promise a hearty meal. Apart from the food, there is video poker to keep you occupied.