Check our list of the best restaurants in New Orleans. In Uptown there are quite a few very nice upscale restaurants to get discovered. Magazine Street, Prytania Street and Freret Street (the best NO symbol of the rebirth of the city after Katrina) are filled with many local shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Uptown was the place to be in the 19th century when New Orleans was booming.
Here are some quality Uptown Restaurants:
4729 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115, 504-894-8869
This restaurant offers a great experience, the atmosphere is lovely, and the staff is friendly. For dinner, it’s a quiet place, intimate and with soft lighting, and the crab taco appetizer is unique.
5831 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115, 504- 899-6987
Daisy is a small, intimate restaurant that serves both locals and visitors. Set in an old house, the rooms are small, which makes it a great place for date night
6100 Annunciation Street, New Orleans, LA 70115, 504-895-1111
A local’s favorite and most of the dishes are creative applications of New Orleans favorites. Famous for the seasonal smoked soft-shell crab.
2800 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115, 504-265-0421
This amazing corner bistro features a menu of seasonal modern-American dishes. The place is renown for its seafood dishes, and the menu changes almost nightly.
736 Dante Street, New Orleans, LA 70118, 504-861-3121
In this restaurant, there’s always something new on the menu. Everything they do, they do with perfection. The biscuits are heaven, and everything is truly fairly priced.
1728 Soniat Street, New Orleans, LA 70115, 504-899-7397
At Gautreau’s, even simple roasted chicken is fine. In this dark and quiet restaurant that once was a pharmacy, usually, older guests occupy most of the tables.
8324 Oak Street, New Orleans, LA 70118, 504-861-0886
Every moment of the evening features the best of New Orleans from a pre-dinner beer and welcome in the funky front bar to a nice dinner.
6106 Magazine Street, New Orleans LA 70115, 504-899-4880
Familiar dishes like steamed mussels with frites, escargot, charcuterie plates and shrimp remoulade, and bistro classics like hanger steak with frites, and Creole flavored speckled trout meuniere.
3637 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115, 504-895-1636
New Orleans and French culinary traditions are the basis for Lilette’s inspired dishes such as roasted muscovy duck breast with cauliflower, buttered bread crumbs, and sauteed spinach.
6078 Laurel Street, New Orleans, LA 70118, 504-895-9441
This lively bistro might have been shipped in straight from France, and the menu is typically French, although with a Louisiana approach. Great Gulf fish.
1413 Upperline Street, New Orleans, LA 70115, 504-891-9822
This restaurant is well-known for traditional dark gumbo and etouffee and has many regulars who appreciate spicy local shrimp or duck with ginger-peach sauce.
1403 Washington Avenue at the corner of Coliseum Street., 504-899-8221
Commander’s is open for lunch and dinner, with a Jazz Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Dress is upscale, jackets for men are preferred at dinner.