Best Time to Eat in New Orleans: Restaurant Week

Didn't get those Coolinary deals last month? Don't worry! Restaurant Week New Orleans is a yearly event in the early fall, giving you, the solo traveler, another opportunity to enjoy some delicious, summer dining deals!

New Orleans Restaurant Week: What, Where and When

Restaurant Week New Orleans usually happens in September, with more than 100 New Orleans area restaurants dishing out prix fixe meals, including two-course lunches for $20 or less, three-course dinners for $39 and less and three-course brunches for $39 or less.

New Orleans staples, including Antoine's, the Caribbean Room, Commander's Palace, and Galatoire's are participating as well as relative newcomers like Cavan, Josephine Estelle and Tableau. Local favorites like Avo, La Petite Grocery, August, and Cafe Degas will also be dishing out discounted meals. Click here for a full list of participating restaurants. 

Restaurant Week New Orleans, is presented by the Louisiana Restaurant Association's Greater New Orleans Chapter, in partnership with the New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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