If you’re looking for quality seafood, this is the place. GW Fins has been serving up the freshest fish in New Orleans since it opened in 2001, and the menu changes daily depending on what was caught that morning. Hope for a few of its classics – lobster dumplings, fried oysters and yellowfin tuna tartare, to name a few – but it’ll all be delicious.
If you’re in the city of jazz, we can bet that the French Quarter is at the top of your list. The French Quarter is the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, and every step feels steeped in New Orleans history. It’s all walkable on foot, and you can spend whole days dipping in and out of the many cafés, bars and restaurants on offer.
And trust us, the restaurants are worth it. The French Quarter is home to everything from Creole fine dining classics to family-run Italians and fresh seafood, and more. There are cocktails a-plenty and huge courtyards to dine at, and when you’re full to the brim, you’re in a prime area to check out New Orleans’ best jazz clubs. Here are the best places to eat in the French Quarter.
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