Restaurants

Tom's Restaurant Review Database, updated weekly

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Displaying restaurants 121 - 150 of 1295 in total

Bombay Club

French Quarter

Since its earliest days, and even in these casual times, the Bombay Club has maintained a sophistication. People tend to dress up here, even though there's no strident dress code (except on New Yea...

Contemporary Creole

Bonefish Grill

Metairie 3: Houma Blvd To Kenner Line

Bonefish Grill is one of the best large national restaurant chains, and one of the few that specializes in seafood. Aside from a few signature dishes, however, it's not the food that makes the best...

Seafood

Bonnie C's Front Street Cafe

Slidell

Bonnie C's Restaurant 1768 Front St Slidell 985-288-5061 www.bonniecs.com

Creole Homestyle

Bon Ton Cafe

CBD

It's hard to believe now, but there was a time when crawfish was almost entirely unavailable in New Orleans restaurants. The Bon Ton--long a good place for eating all the dishes made with the mudbu...

Cajun

Bonzai Sushi

St. Bernard Parish

No part of the New Orleans area was more thoroughly wiped out by Hurricane Katrina than St. Bernard Parish. Although Da Parish has never had its share of good restaurants per capita, the storm made...

Japanese

Borgne

CBD

Borgne is a chic, casual, and engaging restaurant whose cuisine reaches into a realm not much explored by other New Orleans restaurants. A good deal of its menu takes its inspiration from the Spani...

Seafood

Bosco's

Mandeville

From every perspective, Bosco's is two or three times the restaurant it was a few years ago. Owner-chef Tony Bosco moved to much nicer quarters in Mandeville and opened a chic new Bosco's in Coving...

Creole Italian

Boswell's Jamaican Grill

Mid-City

A storefront in a commercial neighborhood that has seen better times, Boswell's is a clean, pleasant cafe serving the everyday food of Jamaica. Although the names of Jamaican dishes seem unfamiliar...

Caribbean

Boucherie

Uptown 4: Riverbend, Carrollton & Broadmoor

Boucherie--French for the place where the butcher works--is the keystone of the culinarily attractive and diverse corner of South Carrollton Avenue and Jeannette Streets. It shares the corner with ...

Barbecue, Southern

Boulevard American Bistro

Metairie 2: Orleans Line To Houma Blvd

Bouligny Tavern

Uptown 2: Washington To Napoleon

Bouligny Tavern Bouligny Tavern stars Be the first to review 3641 Magazine St New Orleans, LA 70115 504-891-1810

Bourbon House

French Quarter

Big seafood restaurants are popular across America, but nowhere more so than in New Orleans. Say the words "seafood platter," and the image of a large pile of fried oysters, shrimp, fish, stuffed c...

Seafood

Bourre

Uptown 4: Riverbend, Carrollton & Broadmoor

Bourree

Uptown 4: Riverbend, Carrollton & Broadmoor

Bravo!

Metairie 2: Orleans Line To Houma Blvd

Bravo! is a large regional chain of Italian restaurants which, like a number of other chains, have latched onto the dirty little secret of Italian food: if you have good recipes and are willing to ...

Italian

Brazilian Market & Cafe

Kenner

Breakfast Club Cafe

Harahan

Brennan's

French Quarter

Brewster's

St. Bernard Parish

Brick Oven Cafe

Kenner

It appears to be slick and commercial, but the food fulfills all the menu’s promises. The specialties are pizza (indeed baked in a wood-fired brick oven) and pasta, with all the expected accompanim...

Italian

Brigtsen's

Uptown 4: Riverbend, Carrollton & Broadmoor

The very best of the Creole bistros, Brigtsen's gets that way by putting all its efforts into cooking delicious food. No menu posturing; no quirky ingredients or oddball cooking techniques; no heav...

Contemporary Creole

Broken Egg Cafe

Uptown 1: Garden District & Environs

Broken Egg Cafe

Mandeville

A cute cottage in Old Mandeville was renovated by a skillful architect, who installed a menu like one he saw in a breakfast restaurant in Southern California. Within days the place was packed every...

Breakfast

Brothers Cafe

Harvey

The problem with the suburbs is that they don't have neighborhoods the way the city does. Nobody walks anywhere. So not many neighborhood restaurants get off the ground. This one did. It's been a p...

Neighborhood Cafe

Broussard's

French Quarter

Brown Butter Southern Kitchen

Mid-City

Bruno's Tavern

Uptown 4: Riverbend, Carrollton & Broadmoor

Bubba Gump's Shrimp Company

French Quarter

Buddy's Poor Boys

Metairie 2: Orleans Line To Houma Blvd

Bud's Broiler

Uptown 4: Riverbend, Carrollton & Broadmoor

For many New Orleanians, the first discovery that a hamburger could rise above the level of ordinary occurred at a Bud's Broiler. My eye-opener involved a Number Six in the summer of 1967, at the n...

Hamburgers