New Orleans is a city with a long list of reasons to visit it and, chief among them, is the food! New Orleans restaurant and market culture is lively, healthy, and broad, with options and offerings that would keep a gourmand busy for years trying to sample it all. Along comes We Live to Eat Restaurant Week to help you try!
Sponsored by the Louisiana Restaurant Association, We Live to Eat Restaurant Week is a feast of discounted, prix fixe menus at more than 50 of the city’s top-dollar restaurants! That’s $20 or less for a two-course lunch and $39 or less for a three-course dinner at restaurants with names like Emeril’s, Domenica, Borgne, Galatoire’s, Arnaud’s, and SoBou.
Yes, you read that correctly. Now check out the full list of participating New Orleans restaurants:
Arnaud’s Restaurant (dinner only)
Booty’s Street Food
Cafe Adelaide & the Swizzle Stick Bar
Cafe Giovanni (dinner only)
Drago’s Seafood Restaurant
Emeril’s (dinner only)
Emeril’s Delmonico (dinner only)
Galatoire’s 33 Bar and Steak (dinner only)
La Provence (dinner only)
Mat & Naddie’s (dinner only)
Mizado Cocina (lunch only)
Mr. B’s Bistro
NOLA (dinner only)
Pelican Club Restaurant & Bar (dinner only)
Ralph’s on the Park
Red Fish Grill
Restaurant August (dinner only)
Rue 127 (dinner only)
Ruth’s Chris Steak House (Metairie)
Ruth’s Chris Steak House (New Orleans)
Superior Seafood & Oyster Bar
The Crazy Lobster (dinner only)
Tivoli & Lee
Zea Rotisserie & Grill (dinner only)
So don’t hesitate: hie yourself to the Big Easy for the week of September 8th through the 14th, 2014 and celebrate We Live to Eat Restaurant Week; your chance to get in on some the best food offered by some of New Orleans finest restaurants at discount prices!
We Live to Eat Restaurant Week
September 8 – 14, 2014
For an updated list of participating restaurants, their menus and reservations, visit: www.welivetoeatnola.com
We Live to Eat Restaurant Week Lodging
With all that great N’awlins cuisine you’re going to be eating, you’ll need somewhere to rest and recuperate – and an impersonal, stale hotel or motel room is just not going to cut it. For real southern hospitality and accommodations, nothing beats a New Orleans bed and breakfast inn. When you stay with one of us, you’re getting the real deal: locally owned and operated New Orleans lodging with great breakfasts, lush appointments, and tips on the local scene from real people who make their living by working in and knowing the ins and outs of one of the greatest cities in the US.