Edit ModuleShow Tags

Best of Dining

Choice picks from the restaurant scene

Marianna Massey

We end the year as we have for the past several years, looking at the topic that, surveys show, concerns our readers the most: Dining. In New Orleans the restaurant scene has been dizzying with new places, new faces, adventurous dishes and occasional dropouts. Our choices are all based on merit and made by a committee consisting of our food writers and editorial staff. In some categories the choice was obvious; in others the pick could have gone in several directions. In all cases the city is enriched by what is available.

Should auld acquaintances be forgotten – indeed! Our “Honor Roll” and “Under the Radar” picks honor places that have been around and need to be remembered, Even what’s old is sometimes new: Tujaque’s went through a makeover and Brennan’s, under new management but within the same extended family, is back. Among the very newest, they will not be that way for long because other ventures are preparing to open in the new year. The very “Best of Dining” is the vitality of the local restaurant scene.

Click below to see full articles

 

Chef of the Year

 

Restaurant of the Year

 

Under the Radar

 

Southeast Asian Restaurant of the Year

 

Pizza Restaurant of the Year

 

Restaurateur of the Year

 

Honor Roll

 

Mexican Restaurant of the Year

 

Concept of the Year

 

Neighborhood Restaurant of the Year

 

Giving Back

 

Mixologist of the Year

 

 

You Might Also Like

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Latest Posts

Wediquette Wednesday: How can I get guests to dress in formal attire for my wedding?

Holiday Bubbles

That Time You…Stopped Expecting

The four little words that feel like a four letter word

Werking On My Fitness

Get fit for your wedding with tips from the contributors and editors

Saints Awesome Comeback

New Orleans shocks Washington in overtime
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags