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Gambit's 2017 fall restaurant guide

Your guide to eating around New Orleans, organized by neighborhood

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Briquette, from the chef behind the former Opal Basil on the Trace in Mandeville, debuts this week in the Warehouse District. And there are plenty of new restaurants to try across the New Orleans area. The Latin-inspired steakhouse Brasa Churrasqueria recently opened in Old Metairie. Ramen shop Nomiya and Peruvian-focused Tito's Ceviche & Pisco opened their doors in Uptown. The French Quarter welcomed Ted Brennan's Decatur and Curio on Royal Street. Chef Daniel Esses' Rimon is now serving kosher food inside Tulane University's Hillel House.

  Trying new restaurants and revisiting old favorites is a great way to enjoy New Orleans. Gambit's Fall Restaurant Guide includes hundreds of places from Arabi to Abita Springs, Mid-City to Metairie, Carrollton to Kenner. There's everything from bakeries and cafes to corner spots, sushi bars and fine dining establishments. The guide is arranged by neighborhood, and listings highlight menu items and include information about hours of operation, reservation policies and more.


Arabi/Chalmette | Bywater | CBD | Carrollton/University
Central City | Citywide | Faubourg Marigny | French Quarter | Gentilly/Lakefront | Harahan/Jefferson/ River Ridge
Kenner & Beyond | Lakeview | Metairie | Mid-City/Treme
New Orleans East | Uptown | Warehouse District

Abita Springs | Covington | Madisonville
Mandeville | Outskirts | Slidell

West Bank
Algiers | Gretna | Harvey
Marrero | Other

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