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|Apolline||(504) 894-8881||Donating 20%||Lunch, Dinner||
Located on Magazine St. in beautiful Uptown New Orleans, Chef Farmer's cuisine features local ingredients and global flavors experienced around the world.
|Between the Bread||(504) 324-5304||Donating 25%||Breakfast, Lunch||
Between the Bread
is the Central Business District's newest Deli offering a mouth-watering variety of breakfast and lunch fare. Located across from Lafayette Square in the CBD, between the bread offering free delivery to most of the CBD and Warehouse/Arts Districts.
|Bistro Orleans||(504) 304-1469||Donating 25%||Lunch, Dinner||
Chef Archie Saurage, born & raised in New Orleans & specializes in classic and casual dining offering all fresh ingredients to his soups and sauces. They are all fresh and homemade. Serving Louisiana gulf seafood, local Des Almonds wild caught catfish & unique Italian dishes with the perfect kick. You must see oyster bar with raw & char-broiled oysters. Our restaurant has a New Orleans historical and jazz atmosphere as well as a private room for parties or special events. Visit our lounge area & carnival time lounge.
|Cafe Amelie||(504) 412-8965||Donating 20%||Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert||
Founded in 2005, Café Amelie was named for Amelie Miltonberger, the Mother of the first American Princess of Monaco, Princess Alice, who lived in an accompanying townhouse in the mid-1800s. Café Amelie is known for having one of the most beautiful and romantic courtyards in the Quarter, where patrons can more dine "alfresco" or inside the lovely air-conditioned dining rooms within the historic Carriage House. Café Amelie has a full bar offering and array of signature cocktail creations. Café Amelie and the accompanying Princess of Monaco Courtyard are also available for private parties, weddings and receptions. When making your online reservation, please let us know if your preference is for either courtyard (outdoor) or carriage house (indoor) dining. If you need help with special arrangements (flowers, photographers, transportation, etc), please contact us directly by telephone. We want to help make your celebration special!
|Cafe at the Square||(504) 304-7831||Donating 25%||Breakfast, Lunch||
Cafe' At The Square is the brain child of Doug Hary and David Smith and compliments their Between the Bread location just down the street at 625 St. Charles Avenue. Located in the heart of the CBD at Lafayette Square and inside the Parc St. Charles Hotel, the Cafe' At The Square offers casual breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch offerings.
Cafe' At The Square offers evening caterings on site and is available for lunch and breakfast buy outs for events and catering. We offer full service catering, drop off catering, delivery with minimum order, and pick up.
Comfort food is the center of the menu with daily specials featuring fresh fish, hearty salads, homemade soups, and a pasta of the day, not to mention homemade desserts that change with the seasons - and when craving a burger, try our half pound all angus beef burger that is never frozen, fresh made sandwiches featuring a vegetarian friendly grilled eggplant and fresh mozzarella, and grilled chicken with fresh spinach, queso fresco, and chimichirri. Cafe' At The Square offers all forms of catering - call and let us cater your next event - small or large, on site or off site, full service or just a drop off.
We also offer a full bar, New Orleans French roast coffee, and weekend brunch featuring freshly made omelets, house made granola with fruit and yogurt, steel cut Irish oatmeal with peach compote, crawfish and andouille benedict, brioche French toast, and fried green tomatoes.
David is also a partner with Jarred Zeringue at the top Zagat rated EAT New Orleans in the French Quarter at the corner of Dumaine and Dauphine. David, Doug and Jared are partners in Vacherie, locate in the Ste. Marie Hotel, 827 Toulouse Street, (Corner of Dauphine) in the French Quarter
|Cafe Conti||(504) 636-1060||Donating 25%||Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch||
Frech Style Coffee Shoppe
|Cafe Degas||(504) 945-5635||Donating 20%||Lunch, Dinner||
Café Degas was named after the 19th century French Impressionist, Hilaire Germain Edgar Degas, who in 1872 visited New Orleans and stayed for a short time down the street at 2306 Esplanade Ave.
French artist and restaurateur, Jacques Soulas, came to New Orleans in 1980, and with his friend Jerry Edgar decided to build a restaurant that would be reminiscent of his homeland, and where diners could experience French Bistro atmosphere (with a New Orleans touch), good food and an inspired Wine List.
They chose the current location for old historic charm, the area's artful and picturesque appeal, and because the available space was just right for the effect they were trying to create.
Space is indeed tight in this small café, and we use the lack of space as an asset. How, you wonder? Well, since there isn't enough space for storage, everything is bought fresh every morning.
Through the years Café Degas has become a standard for quality of food and service, as we continuously try to perfect the art of enticing the palate with our deliciously prepared daily specials and wine selection.
We hope to see you in person soon.
Bon Appetit !!!
|Chef Ron's Gumbo Stop||(504) 835-2022||Donating 25%||Lunch, Dinner||
Ronald Iafrate grew up in New England as the youngest son of a second generation Italian family. He learned his love for cooking at home and combined it with the diverse culinary traditions of the northeast where he developed his particular style of comfort foods.
He graduated from Johnson and Wales College in Culinary Arts and has received further certifications in Nutrition, Management, and Sanitation. He sat on the board at the Louisiana Technical College and has participated in cooking demonstrations and culinary tours.
His first break in the business came when he worked under the renowned chef Fred Faria who introduced him to delights of Cajun cooking and music in Acadia, Rhode Island. His industry experience has involved both restaurants and chain hospitality operations throughout Florida and Massachusetts. He has compiled an extensive repertoire of recipes in haute cuisine, working at the Doubletree as Executive Chef, Executive Sous Chef, and Task Force Chef.
Besides winning an award for his outstanding gumbo, Chef Ron, received a prestigious award of 2010 Chef of the year, which was nominated and voted on by his peers at the American Culinary Federation.
In early 2012, Chef Ron realized his lifelong dream and opened Chef Ron’s Gumbo Stop & Pub, combining down home cooking with regional and ethnic cuisines. The Gumbo Stop is the home to New Orleans’ only gluten free gumbo.
We welcome you to check out our menus and stop by for a taste!
|Crepes a la Cart||(504) 866-2362||Donating 20%||Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner||
About:Parisian-inspired crepes are the stars of the show at Crepes a la Cart. Steps from the Tulane campus in Uptown New Orleans, Crepes a la Cart provides many students and those looking for quick eats with delicious and fresh crepes. The menu offers an abundance of options to satisfy any appetite. The list of savory crepes includes options like the Chicken Florentine Crepe with chicken, spinach, mushrooms, asparagus, and garlic; and the La Parisian Crepe stars ham, melted brie cheese, and Dijon mustard. Those looking for sweet treats will have to choose from the long, tempting list that includes the S'mores Crepe, Fruit and Brie Crepe, and Strawberry Shortcake Crepe. - Bethany Culp
|Cunada||(504) 319-8116||Donating 25%||Dinner||
Mexican taqueria and bar in the middle of French Quarter. Kitchen open till 4am.
|Feelings Cafe||(504) 446-0040||Donating 25%||Dinner||
|Louisiana Pizza Kitchen - Uptown||(504) 866-5900||Donating 25%||Lunch, Dinner||
For nearly 2 and a half decades, Louisiana Pizza Kitchen has been a fan favorite in South Louisiana. Once part of a multi-location corporation, the locations are now owned and operated separately. The current ownership of the Uptown location at 615 S. Carrollton Ave in New Orleans has been in place for over 14 years. With the help of friends, family, and a skeleton crew, we were one of the first restaurants to reopen after Hurricane Katrina.
Even though we’ve been described as the Picasso of gourmet, wood-fired pizzas, we are also known for our many tasty pasta dishes, savory salads and delicious wraps. Our award winning Caesar salad is the best in the city! You can also expect weekly specials on the menu. For your convenience, we offer many Vegetarian dishes as well as a Kid’s menu. Make sure you check out our catering menu. We offer the best value in town for your office parties or other social events.
Our quality food, reasonable prices and friendly service make us a very popular restaurant in the Riverbend area with the locals, college students and tourists. We can best be described as a family style restaurant with a diverse Uptown crowd! While we are not considered a sports bar/restaurant, you will find that we occasionally promote our college and professional sports teams by showing their games on our three big screen TV’s.
Join us for 2 for 1 drinks on Wednesdays but come early to secure a seat! We have a full service bar and serve premium liquor and beer with an extensive wine selection.
We are very active in the local community and also support our local artists by offering them a venue in which to showcase their work.
If time permits, make sure to ride the famous street car to our restaurant from Downtown or the Garden District. We are open 7 days a week and look forward to serving you!
|Mark Twain's Pizza||(504) 832-8032||Donating 20%||Lunch, Dinner||
Mark Twain’s Pizza opened July 30th 1985 on one side of its present location at 2035 Metairie Road in a part of Old Metairie that was once known as “Skinny City.” On one side was Cuban Liquor and the other side was Melbas Ice Cream, both long gone. When Melbas closed in 1993, Mark Twain’s rented and renovated that side and the pizza parlor has remained the same since in it’s present 1800 square foot space.
Mark Twain’s is proud of its loyal dining base, especially in the surrounding Old Metairie neighborhood, but also boasts diners from all over the area that come to eat pizza from far away areas like Slidell, Waggamann, Baton Rouge, and Mandeville, just to name a few.
We do not ship food but have had our customers take Muffalettas to such cities as San Francisco, Dallas, New York (what a compliment), Upstate New York, Jacksonville, and many more. Mark Twains reopened after Katrina on September 25th, 2005 and is proud of its consistency and quality in the face of adversity. July 30th was our 21st anniversary.
Come visit us for pizza in the heart of Old Metairie!
|Meauxbar||(504) 569-9979||Donating 25%||Dinner||
Relaxed, French, Fine Dining, 50 Seats
|Mona Lisa Restaurant||(504) 522-6746||Donating 25%||Lunch, Dinner||
Farrow Stephenson, Owner
|Nirvana Indian Cuisine||(504) 894-9797||Donating 15%||Lunch, Dinner||
Serving classic Indian cuisine to the New Orleans area.
|Restaurant des Familles||(504) 689-7834||Donating 25%||Lunch, Dinner||
Our restaurant offers its diners a unique opportunity to feast on fresh, local seafood from the waters of Lafitte while viewing picturesque Bayou des Familles through its 12-foot high windows. We are located 17 miles South of downtown New Orleans and our staff is committed to making your trip an enjoyable one. Our menu offers Softshell Crab Foster, Shrimp Diane, Cajun Spaghetti (made with shrimp balls), Seafood Platters and much more.
|Taj Mahal Indian Cuisine||(504) 836-6859||Donating 20%||Lunch, Dinner||
|Vacherie Restaurant||(504) 207-4532||Donating 25%||Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner||
Welcome to Vacherie, the home of authentic Cajun food, in the heart of New Orleans’ historic French Quarter. Our restaurant, bar, and cafe are located on the first floor of the Hotel St. Marie, at the corner of Toulouse and Dauphine Streets.
Vacherie restaurant is named for the town of Vacherie, Louisiana — a small community situated on the banks of the Mississippi River, not too far west of New Orleans. Chef Jarred Zeringue grew up there, amid the sprawling farms, grand live oaks, and antebellum plantations that characterize this quiet corner of Louisiana. Vacherie’s landscape and lifestyle are the direct inspirations for the Vacherie restaurant menus.
Vacherie is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks. We also offer a range of options for customers on-the-go or catering. You’ll find menus for each of those services under the “Our Menus” tab above.