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New Orleans Attractions: COOLinary New Orleans

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What is COOLinary New Orleans? 

New Orleans is a foodie paradise, and the annual COOLinary event is the perfect opportunity to sample some of the best New Orleans cuisines that the city has to offer. 

Participating restaurants create special menus at unbeatable prices, making it easy for diners to enjoy a luxurious meal without breaking the bank. From Creole classics to modern fusion dishes, COOLinary New Orleans has something for everyone. And with new participating restaurants each year, there’s always something new to try. 

So whether you’re a New Orleans native or just visiting for the first time, be sure to check out COOLinary New Orleans and enjoy some of the best food the Big Easy has to offer! 

New Orleans COOLinary Month

Shrimp remoulade from Galatoire's restaurant
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Spanning from August 1-31 of each year, this amazing New Orleans food event features mouthwatering two-course menus for lunch and three-course menus for dinner. With more than 80 participating restaurants, treat yourself to multi-course meals with prices as low as $25 for two-course lunches, and $45 for three-course meals during dinner and brunch.

Prices range by the restaurant, so you’re sure to find something that will satisfy both your taste buds and your pockets. So don’t miss out — treat yourself to a multi-course meal during this amazing COOLinary Event!

Top Kid-Friendly COOLinary New Orleans Options 

Acropolis on Freret Street in New Orleans
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The Acropolis (Located at 4510 Freret Street) is a great option when deciding where to eat with your kids. This place is filled with a Mediterranean aura, and it’s easy to see why! Offering their authentic Greek experience with colorful decorations and delectable food, your kids are sure to enjoy themselves.

If you’re looking for something a little more New Orleans-centric, then be sure to check out Deanie’s Sea Food Kitchen at 2000 Magazine Street. With a popular Kids’ Menu that features New Orleans cuisine favorites like fried shrimp and oysters, your kids will definitely be asking to come back for more.

Top Outdoor COOLinary New Orleans Options

Rosie's on the Roof in New Orleans
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Located at 1000 Magazine Street, Rosie’s on the Roof is a beautiful rooftop bar and lounge with sweeping views of the New Orleans skyline. The perfect place to start (or finish) your night in New Orleans, Rosie’s offers a variety of small plates and shareables, as well as an extensive list of cocktails, wine, and beer. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis during operating hours, so be sure to get there early to snag a table with a view. 

Voted #1 when it comes to having the best balcony and outdoor dining experience, Tableau (located on 616 St. Peters Street), is one of the best options for outdoor dining in New Orleans.

Influenced by European ingredients, the restaurant offers a wide variety of Creole dishes. Tableau’s Gulf Fish Almondine and Tarte À La Bouillie are some of the most popular dishes on the menu. So if you’re looking for an amazing outdoor dining experience in New Orleans, Tableau is the perfect spot. 

Top High-End COOLinary New Orleans Options

Tujague's restaurant in New Orleans
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Galatoire’s is a great example of a top Splurge-worthy restaurant during COOLinary New Orleans. This legendary restaurant was founded in 1905 on 209 Bourbon Street, and it still has the same menu and ambiance from over a century ago. The recipes and traditions were brought over from France by Jean Galatoire, and they have been passed down through the generations.

Even today, you can still find some of the original dishes on the menu, including Shrimp Remoulade and Trout Meuniere Amandine. Experiencing this historic restaurant and some fine New Orleans cocktails is worth every penny, and it is sure to add some old-world charm to your COOLinary New Orleans dining experience.

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Tujague’s Restaurant is one of the oldest restaurants in New Orleans, and it’s definitely worth every dollar for the incredible experience! This restaurant is based at 429 Decatur Street, and it’s known for its delicious Creole cuisine. The menu features classic dishes like shrimp and grits, jambalaya, and gumbo, as well as some of Tujague’s signature dishes like the 8-ounce filet mignon.

This iconic eatery also has an extensive wine list, so you can definitely find a bottle to pair with your meal. So whether you’re looking for a delicious meal or a fun night out, Tujague’s is the place to be.

Other Fun Things to Do in New Orleans 

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New Orleans is a foodie paradise, and this annual culinary event is the perfect opportunity to sample all the amazing cuisine the city has to offer. From traditional Creole dishes to contemporary fusion cuisine, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

If you’re looking for more than just food, New Orleans walking tours offer a great way to explore all the different neighborhoods and New Orleans attractions there are. From the cocktail tours to the French Quarter tours, our passionate and experienced guides will walk you through the Crescent City. So whether you’re looking to indulge your taste buds or explore a new place, New Orleans has everything you need for a great visit. Bon appetit!

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