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Dining in New Orleans


Top Restaurants in New Orleans


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Some Nearby Favorite Restaurants


Bywater American Bistro
Bywater American Bistro is James Beard Award winning Chef Nina Compton's ( of Compere Lapin ) newest restaurant. Just down Chartres Street from us at 2900 Chartres - across the Press Street tracks in the Rice Mill Building . The menu is inspired by what's available from small local farms and purveyors - and influenced by South Louisana and Caribbean cookery : Chef Compton hails from St Lucia. Photograph by Josh Brasted
The Country Club
The Country Club is just a short jaunt down Chartres Street to a left turn on Louisa Street to #634,. There are several dining rooms as well as cocktail lounges. The Country Club is known for its drag brunches every Saturday and Sunday, but you'll have to make reservations several months in advance. And there's a pool in the back with food and drink options. It's an additional $15 cover charge for access to the pool

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The Franklin
The Franklin
The Franklin is one of the closest restaurants to B&W Courtyards. Housed in a former corner grocery store, The Franklin embraces the Marigny neighborhood’s vibrant and eclectic personality. The restaurant features an elevated but casual culinary and bar experience, a curated art collection and attentive staff.
The Joint
The Joint
If you love barbeque the Joint is the place for you to check out. Grab some pulled pork, some chicken, sausage, or ribs depending on what you are in the mood for.

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Bywater American Bistro
Bywater American Bistro
Bywater American Bistro is James Beard Award winning Chef Nina Compton's ( of Compere Lapin ) newest restaurant. Just down Chartres Street from us at 2900 Chartres - across the Press Street tracks in the Rice Mill Building . The menu is inspired by what's available from small local farms and purveyors - and influenced by South Louisana and Caribbean cookery : Chef Compton hails from St Lucia. Photograph by Josh Brasted
The Country Club
The Country Club
The Country Club is just a short jaunt down Chartres Street to a left turn on Louisa Street to #634,. There are several dining rooms as well as cocktail lounges. The Country Club is known for its drag brunches every Saturday and Sunday, but you'll have to make reservations several months in advance. And there's a pool in the back with food and drink options. It's an additional $15 cover charge for access to the pool
The Franklin
The Franklin
The Franklin is one of the closest restaurants to B&W Courtyards. Housed in a former corner grocery store, The Franklin embraces the Marigny neighborhood’s vibrant and eclectic personality. The restaurant features an elevated but casual culinary and bar experience, a curated art collection and attentive staff.
The Joint
The Joint
If you love barbeque the Joint is the place for you to check out. Grab some pulled pork, some chicken, sausage, or ribs depending on what you are in the mood for.
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