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Items in wishlist:. And, I love a creamy polenta in a good Italian restaurant. Why are so many of these foods Italian? It goes especially well with grillades.
My other favorites are risotto and polenta, both of which go well with many meats or fish. The following risotto eliminates the stirring and frequent additions of broth by simply putting the Italian rice and stock in the oven for 45 minutes. Thank you, Ina. Depending on what you put with it, risotto can be a meal in itself. My daughter is crazy about quinoa.
She makes a huge bowl of it for the week and spoons it out to match up with red beans, chicken or steak. In a medium saucepan, bring water to a boil. Add salt. Gradually add grits, stirring. Reduce heat to low, cover and cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally to eliminate any lumps. Remove from heat, stir well and set aside. Separate eggs, placing whites in an electric mixer along with the extra white. Whip whites until stiff. Place yolks in a large bowl and whisk until fluffy. Gradually add milk, whisking.
Add butter and whisk. Gradually whisk in grits until blended well. Gently fold whites into the yolk mixture and pour into the greased baking dish.
Bake for 1 hour or until the center is set and top is browned. Remove peel and mash with a fork. Bring water to a boil in a heavy pot. Add salt and gradually whisk in the cornmeal. Reduce heat to low and cook, stirring often, until mixture thickens and the cornmeal is tender, about 15 minutes.
Remove pot from heat and add cheeses, milk, butter and garlic. Stir until butter and cheeses have melted. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Transfer polenta to a bowl and serve. Serves 4 to 6. This dish is best served as soon as possible after baking. Serves 6 myneworleans. To honor both mistresses and masters, past New Orleans Magazine Mixologist of the Year, Alan Walter from Loa in the International House Hotel, has created a new cocktail, Bona Dea, honoring the Roman goddess associated with chastity and fertility, fruitfulness and ecstasy.
Opposing concepts wrapped together. That is about as New Orleans an idea as a Roman goddess can achieve.
Through the use of strong wine and spirits, and with the permission of other gods in the Roman mythological pantheon, Bona Dea was allowed to perform ceremonies usually reserved for men.
However, her cult was all-female and had a special place on Aventine Hill, one of the seven hills on which Rome was founded. The Vestal Virgins, whose temple is on the hill, were legendary members of the cult of Bona Dea. The modern expression of all that Bona Dea represented might very well be the masses celebrating Carnival with public displays of merriment followed by the intimacy of St. Bona Dea 2 ounces St. Shake vigorously. Double strain.
Pour into rocks glass. Garnish with lemon twist and dill. L, D daily. Also offers catering services. This eclectic local restaurant draws rave reviews for its praline bacon and distinctive Southerninspired brunch specials.
H Maurepas Burgundy St. Pioneering farm-to-table restaurant with an ingredient-driven menu that changes daily. Clever cocktails a plus as well. B, L daily until 5 p. Offers healthy, inspired breakfast and lunch fare, along with freshly squeezed juices. L, D Tue-Sun. L, snacks Tue-Sun. B, L, D daily, Br Sun. Featuring modern American cuisine with a distinctive New Orleans flair, the adjacent Polo Club Lounge offers live music nightly.
Jazz Brunch on Sunday. With a menu that draws on both New Orleans and the Deep South, traditional dishes get punched up with inspired but accessible twists in surroundings accented by both memorabilia and local art. Charles Ave. D Mon-Fri. Casual fare and adult beverages are served in this pub on the ground floor. B, D daily. Newly renovated boutique hotel offering a small plates menu with tempting choices such as a Short Rib Poor Boy and Lobster Mac and Cheese to complement their sophisticated craft cocktails.
H Root Julia St. L Mon-Fri, D daily. Chef Philip Lopez opened Root in November and has garnered a loyal following for his modernist, eclectic cuisine. Try the country fried chicken wings and the Cohiba-smoked scallops crusted with chorizo.
L Fri, D daily. Progressive Southern cuisine is the focus. Rabbit sliders, poke salad and pickled shrimp redefine locally sourced ingredients, and craft cocktail and bourbon menus round out the appeal. Craft cocktail bar Bellocq serves specialty and locally influenced libations. L, D, daily. Burger, sandwiches, wraps and more made distinctive with a Louisiana twist are served at this sports bar near the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Warehouse Grille, Magazine St. L, D daily, Br Fri-Sun. Creative fare served in an artfilled environment. B, L, D daily. Chef Tom Wolfe brings his refined cuisine to the booming Fulton Street corridor. His Smoked Kobe Short Ribs are a good choice. Downtown The Grill Chartres St. A diner with local character straffed by local characters.
Faubourg Marigny Langlois Pauger St. Open kitchen and convivial atmosphere add up to a good time. Chic neighborhood bistro with traditional dishes like the Wedge of Lettuce salad and innovative cocktails such as the cucumber Cosmo. D daily. This jazz club serves cocktails and a dining menu loaded with steaks, seafood and meaty burgers served with loaded baked potatoes.
French Quarter Angeline Chartres St. Modern southern with a fine dining focus is the hallmark of this bistro tucked away in a quiet end of the French Quarter. Open daily. Ground Zero of the French Market. Sandwiches, breads, cheeses and more. Three dining rooms available.
Louis St. L, D daily, Br Sat-Sun. Shiny, contemporary bistro serves Cajun-fusion fare along with its signature decadent desserts.
Good lunch value to boot. D daily, L Mon-Sat. Br Sun. Ralph Brennan offers New American bistro fare with a Louisiana twist at this familyfriendly neighborhood spot. Hullen St.
B, L Mon-Sat. B, L daily; D Mon-Sat. Try the egg white spinach wrap. It is a way to discover your new favorite from the in stock. The place is home to the New Orleans Bourbon Society, which meets about every six weeks and experiences complimentary pours of featured bourbons. L Mon-Fri. This lunch-only destination caters to the office crowd and offers a freshly squeezed juice menu to go along with its regular menu and express twocourse lunch.
Wine by the glass or bottle to go with daily lunch specials, towering burgers, hearty soups and salads and giant, deli-style sandwiches. D Mon-Sat. Innovative establishment offers fresh seafood, grilled meats and vegetarian dishes in a chic environment. Daily chef specials showcase unique ingredients and make this place a popular destination for dates as well as groups of friends. L, D Wed-Mon. Featured on national TV and having served poor boys to presidents, it stakes a claim to some of the best sandwiches in town.
Their french fry version with gravy and cheese is a classic at a great price. Highway, TheDakotaRestaurant. A sophisticated dining experience with generous portions. Uptown Audubon Clubhouse Magazine St. A kid-friendly menu with local tweaks and a casually upscale sandwich and salad menu. A venerable diner whose essential character has remained intact and many of the original waiters have returned.
Credit cards are now accepted. Upscalecasual restaurant serves a variety of specialty sandwiches, salads and wraps, like the Chicago-style hot dog and the St. Wine by the glass or bottle with cheeses and snacks to-go.
B, L daily. This diner offers an exhaustive menu heavily influenced by local cuisine. The laid-back vibe is best enjoyed on the patio out back. B, L, D TueSun. New York City meets New Orleans. The Reuben and Rachel sandwiches are the real deal and the half-sours and pickled tomatoes complete the deli experience. Healthfood lovers will like it here, along with fans of favorites such as peanut butter and banana pancakes. A neighborhood bar with one of the best messy roast beef poor boys in town.
The gumbo, cheeseburger poor boy and other sandwiches are also winners. Grab a local Abita beer to wash it all down. Also a great location to watch the game. H Upperline Upperline St.
D Wed-Sun. Consummate hostess JoAnn Clevenger and talented chef Dave Bridges make for a winning combination at this nationally heralded favorite. The oft-copied fried green tomatoes with shrimp remoulade originated here.
Creative sandwiches and southern-inspired small plates. Ye Olde College Inn S. D Tue-Sat. Serves up classic fare, albeit with a few upscale dishes peppering the menu. Claude Ave. D Wed-Mon. Excellent Japanese dining. The chu-toro is delicious and the selection of authentic Japanese appetizers is the best. L Fri, D Tue-Sun, late night. Fresh sushi and contemporary takes on Japanese favorites in an upbeat, casual setting. Housemade noodles and a more authentic take on Chinese fare sets this.
D daily, late-night. Creative rolls and a huge list of fusion dishes keep party-lovers going late into the night at this combination sushi and martini bar. Garden District Hoshun Restaurant St. Offers a wide variety of Asian cuisines, primarily dishes culled from China, Japan, Thailand and Malaysia.
Five-pepper calamari is a tasty way to begin the meal, and their creative sushi rolls are good. Private dining rooms available. H Tan Dinh Lafayette St. Roasted quail and the beef pho rule at this Vietnamese outpost. Kenner Little Chinatown Williams Blvd.
Try the roast duck or roast pork, either one is terrific, as well as their short menu of authentic dishes that for the most part avoid Americanized Chinese fare. Lakeview Lakeview Pearl Canal St. L, D Mon-Sat.
A long list of specialty rolls rounds out the offerings of this Asian-Fusion restaurant. H Royal China Veterans Blvd. L daily, D Tue-Sun. Popular and family-friendly Chinese restaurant is one of the few places around that serves dim sum. Japanese destination on the Westbank serves an impressive and far-ranging array of creative fusion fare. Chef Minh Bui and Cynthia Vutran bring a fusion touch to Vietnamese cuisine with French accents and a contemporary flair.
Five Happiness S. This longtime Chinese favorite offers up an extensive menu including its beloved mu shu pork and house-baked duck. Vietnamese cuisine meets southern Louisiana in this upscale casual hybrid by chef Michael Gulotta. Mix-and-match pho and an interesting poor boy menu rounds out the appeal. The kitchen plays fast and loose with Vietnamese fare at this eclectic outpost on Maple Street.
This Chinese destination is a real find. One of the few local Chinese places that breaks the Americanized mold. H Magasin Magazine St. Pho, banh mi and vegetarian options are offered at this attractive and budget-friendly Vietnamese restaurant. A neighborhood sushi restaurant where the regulars order off-the-menu rolls. B, L daily, D Mon-Sat. Thai food and breakfast favorites like waffles and pancakes can both be had at this affordable college-friendly hangout.
Nine Roses Stephen St. The extensive Vietnamese menu specializes in hot pots, noodles and dishes big enough for everyone to share. Chiba Oak St. Contemporary restaurant features fresh, exotic fish from all over the world and fusion fare to go along with typical Japanese options. Extensive sake list and late night happy hours are a plus. B Mon-Fri. Onsite parking a plus. B, L daily, Br Sun. Homegrown chain specializes in breakfast, lunch and brunch dishes with unique local twists such as bananas Foster French toast and barbecue shrimp and grits.
B, L Wed-Sun. Artisan bakeshop tucked away near the levee on Oak Street serves breads, sandwiches, gluten-free and vegan-friendly options. Chicory coffee and beignets coated with powdered sugar make this the quintessential New Orleans coffee shop. Boutique bakery on the ground floor of the Woodward Building offers small-batch coffee, baked goods, individual desserts and sandwiches on breads made in-house.
Catering options available. Cortez St. Voodoo BBQ St. Diners are never too far from this homegrown barbecue chain that features an array of specialty sauces to accompany Stompin (Frank Risotto Mix) - Various - Sundissential: Harder! Faster! (CD) smoked meats and seafood. Hickory-grilled burgers are the main draw at this casual spot but tacos, tamales, poor boys and more are also served. Sports bar in the thick of Bourbon Street scene distinguishes its fare with choices like Crawfish Beignets and Zydeco Bites.
Lakeview Harbor Harrison Ave. Burgers are the name of the game at this restaurant. Daily specials, pizza and steaks are offered as well. The Joint Mazant St. L, D Tue-Sat. Burgers and homemade sauces on potato rolls are the specialty here, along with other favorites like skirt steak. Custom-baked butter-brushed buns and fresh-ground beef patties make all the difference at this excellent burger hotspot.
Draft beer and craft cocktails round out the appeal. This casual French bistro, run by chef-owner Jacques Saleun, offers up classic dishes such as escargot, coq au vin and blanquette de veau.
Sophisticated fine dining melds southern cuisine and classic French with modernist influences in an elegant setting. D daily, L Fri, Br Sun. Creole-French institution also offers beautiful courtyard seating.
D Wed-Sun, Br Sun. Elegant dining in a convivial atmosphere. The menu is heavily Frenchinspired with an emphasis on technique. Desserts are wonderful as well. L, D TueSun. Better-than-expected pub food in its namesake eatery. Local outpost of this popular chain serves specialty brews made on-site and crowdpleasing lunch and dinner fare. Victory Baronne St. Craft cocktails served by owner and acclaimed bartender Daniel Victory, as well as refined small plates and gourmet pizza.
Bistro Daisy Magazine St. The signature Daisy Salad is a favorite. L Sat-Sun, D daily. H Coquette Magazine St. The food is French in inspiration and technique, with added imagination from chef Michael and his partner Lillian Hubbard. Wine is the muse at this beautifully renovated bistro, which offers vino by the flight, glass and bottle. A classic menu with an emphasis on local cuisine. Flaming Torch Octavia St. French classics including a tasty onion soup and often a sought-after coq-au-vin.
D daily, Br Sun. This oasis of a wine bar offers terrific selections by the bottle and glass. Small plates are served as well. Flights of wine and sophisticated small plates are the calling cards for this wine bar near Coliseum Square. Red Gravy Camp St. Farm-to-table Italian restaurant offers a creative array of breakfast items such as Cannoli Pancakes as well as delectable sandwiches and more for lunch.
Homemade pastas and authentic Tuscan specialties like Cacciucco round out the dinner menu. Craft cocktail bar also serves a short but excellent small plates menu to accompany its artfully composed libations. Uptown The Avenue Pub St. With more than 43 rotating draft beers, this pub also offers food, including a cheese plate from St.
James Cheese Co. Cuisine elevated to the standards of the libations is the draw at this lively wine bar and gastropub. Food is grounded in French bistro fare with eclectic twists.
Italian institution dishes out massive portions of great food, family-style. Cash only. Bywater H Mariza Charters St. Chef Alon Shaya serves authentic, regional Italian cuisine. The menu of thin, lightly topped pizzas, artisanal salumi and cheese, and a carefully chosen selection Stompin (Frank Risotto Mix) - Various - Sundissential: Harder! Faster! (CD) antipasti, pasta and. Classic Creole-Italian cuisine is the name of the game at this upscale eatery.
Appetizers include the namesake oysters Tommy, baked in the shell with Romano cheese, pancetta and roasted red pepper. Live opera singers three nights a week. A selection of Italian specialties tweaked with a Creole influence and their Belli Baci happy hour adds to the atmosphere. This iconic French Quarter Stompin (Frank Risotto Mix) - Various - Sundissential: Harder!
Faster! (CD) serves terrific Mint Juleps and Gin Fizzes in its picturesque courtyard and balcony settings. Also famous for its fried green tomatoes and other local favorite dishes. Philip St. Long waits at the lively piano bar are part of the appeal of this Creole-Italian favorite beloved by locals. Try the oysters Irene and crabmeat gratin appetizers. H Italian Barrel Barracks St. Northern Italian dishes like Braciola di Maiale as well as an exhaustive pasta menu tempt here at this local favorite that also offers al fresco seating.
L, D daily, Br Sun. Enjoy pecan-crusted drum and other local classics while dining in the courtyard bar or any other room in this labyrinthine, rumored-to-be-haunted establishment. L Mon. Sat, D Tue-Sat. L Thu-Mon, D daily. Chef Austin Kirzner cooks up a broad menu peppered with local favorites such as barbecue oysters, blackened redfish and double-chocolate bread pudding. Granite-topped tables and an antique mahogany bar are home to the eclectic menu of famous shrimp Arnaud, red beans and rice and poor boys as well as specialty burgers, grilled all-beef hot dogs and thin-crust pizza.
An opulent place that combines the local flavors of chef John Folse with the more cosmopolitan influence of chef Rick Tramonto. Chef de cuisine Chris Lusk and executive sous chef Erik Veney are in charge of day-to-day operations, which include house-made charcuterie, pastries, pastas and more.
For more than years this landmark restaurant has been offering Creole cuisine. The cannelloni is Stompin (Frank Risotto Mix) - Various - Sundissential: Harder! Faster! (CD) house specialty. Wood-fired pizza and seasonal Italian cuisine with a locavore philosophy brings respite to the burbs.
Family friendly with patio seating to boot. Creole-Italian favorite serves up fare. This casual, contemporary pasta restaurant takes a bold approach to cooking Italian food, emphasizing flavors, texture and color.
Many of the dishes feature a signature Louisiana twist, such as the muffuletta. Boston St. Uptown Amici Magazine St. Coal-fired pizza is the calling card for this destination, but the menu offers an impressive list of authentic and Creole Italian specialties as well.
Vintage neighborhood restaurant since and the place to go for the creation of barbecued shrimp. Its oyster bar serves icy cold, freshly shucked Louisiana oysters and the Italian specialties and steaks are also solid. Chef Steven Manning brings a refined sensibility to this refined Warehouse District oasis along with his famous fried oysters with melted brie. L Mon-Fri, D nightly. Decidedly masculine fare — think venison tartare with horseradish and pumpernickel — is carefully crafted and fits well alongside the excellent cocktail and beer list.
L, D Mon-Fri. A local favorite for the old-school business lunch crowd specializing in local seafood and Cajun dishes. B, D daily, L Mon-Fri. Also features the Swizzle Stick Bar. H Cochon Tchoupitoulas St. L, D, Mon-Sat. Boudin and other pork dishes reign supreme here, along with Louisiana seafood and real moonshine from the bar.
Reservations strongly recommended. This famous seafooder specializes in charbroiled oysters, a dish they invented. Great deals on fresh lobster as well. H Herbsaint St. The banana brown. Come for a late lunch to avoid the rush. Live music and dancing add to the fun at this world-famous Cajun destination.
Creole, Cajun and French flavors all come together at this restaurant in the Renaissance Hotel near the Convention Center. Good food for a great cause, this nonprofit on the burgeoning OCH corridor helps train at-risk youth for careers in the food service industry.
L daily, Br Sun. Nouvelle Louisiane, plantation-style cooking served in an opulent setting features dishes like rack of lamb and plume de veau. A piano bar on Fridays adds to the atmosphere. Vegan menu offered. B, L daily, D Thu-Mon. Down-home dishes of smothered pork chops, greens, beans and cornbread are on the menu at this Creole soul restaurant.
Known as one of the best places to eat oysters. Dishes ranging from the casual truffle mac and cheese to the upscale tuna tasting trio are served in an elegant courtyard.
Nouveau Creole menu includes items such as Bombay drum. Tourists line up for their generous portions of seafood and large deli sandwiches. Br, D daily. The historic environs make for a memorable outdoor dining experience. The famous daily Jazz Brunch buffet and classic Creole dishes sweeten the deal. Criollo Hotel Monteleone, Royal St. Next to the famous Carousel Bar in the historic Monteleone Hotel, Criollo represents an amalgam of the various cultures reflected in Louisiana cooking and cuisine, often with a slight contemporary twist.
Lots of seasoning and bountiful offerings, along with reserved seating, make this a destination for locals and tourists alike. Classic Creole dishes such as redfish on the halfshell and baked oysters served. Its extensive bourbon menu will please aficionados.
H MiLa Common St. Latest offering from husbandand-wife chefs Slade Rushing and Allison Vines-Rushing focuses on the fusion of the cuisines of Miss. Friday lunches are a New Orleans tradition at this world-famous French-Creole grand dame. Tradition counts for everything here, and the crabmeat Sardou is delicious. Note: Jackets required for dinner and all day Sun. D nightly. Just a few steps off of Bourbon Street you can find this relaxing bar featuring an innovative menu with dishes like Crawfish, Jalapeno-andBacon Mac and Cheese garnished with fried oysters.
Live music a plus. House of Blues Decatur St. Surprisingly good menu complements music in the main room. World-famous Gospel Brunch every Sunday. Patio seating available. Royal House, Royal St. B Sat and Sun. Poor boys, jambalaya and shrimp Creole are some of the favorites served here. Weekend breakfast and an oyster bar add to the crowd-pleasing appeal. H Tableau S.
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