Many of our New Orleans Restaurants are kid-friendly...
Chef Andrea combines Louisiana products with Northern Italian cuisine to create a unique New Orleans Italian dining experience. Andrea's is located 10 minutes from the French Quarter and downtown New Orleans.
Byblos offers some of the best Mediterranean cuisine in New Orleans. They’re known for their selection of lamb dishes that include everything from delicious kabobs to chops and of course the homemade hummus shawarma.
Crescent City Brewhouse
The Crescent City Brewhouse offers a warm, relaxed atmosphere with beer brewed in-house, premier food pairings and live jazz music performed every night. It is the only microbrewery in the French Quarter.
Reginelli’s Pizzeria offers some of the best pizza in the city with fresh ingredients. You can taste the difference. They have a cool, modern décor that combines contemporary atmosphere with old world Italy.
Steamboat Natchez Dinner and Jazz Cruises
The Steamboat Natchez is an authentic paddlewheel boat that offers nightly dinner cruises with jazz music and a New Orleans style buffet, all while cruising along the Mississippi River.
Bubba Gump Shrimp
Take a break from sight-seeing to enjoy a meal at Bubba Gump Shrimp. This movie themed restaurant is conveniently located on the exciting Decatur Street, just a few blocks from Jackson Square and the rest of the French Quarter attractions.
Since 1961, Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant has been recognized as one of New Orleans’ best seafood joints. That’s saying something in a city now for its seafood. You have to try their giant seafood platter that’s loaded with fried oysters, shrimp, catfish, soft-shell crabs and crawfish balls.
Court Tavern Po-Boy
One of New Orleans’ most famous restaurants, the Court of Two Sisters also offers a casual restaurant offering po-boy sandwiches and other delicious local favorites.
Daisy Dukes Restaurant
Located in the French quarter, right around the corner from the aquarium, you have options for where you'd like to find authentic, affordable New Orleans food. Hailed by local magazines and travel sites alike, Daisy Duke's Restuarant offers great poboys, crawfish, and a 24-hour breakfast.
Like beer or good food? Gordon Biersch in the Central Business District brews their own beer and servers excellent food with the freshest ingredients. They have a relaxing atmosphere with attentive service.
Hard Rock Café
You can have your craving for delicious food and great music can be satisfied at the Hard Rock Café. The whole family will love eating while surrounded by treasured musical memorabilia.
House of Blues
The House Of Blues is known as one of the best places in the city to hear live music with acts from all over the country, but it also has a 280-seat restaurant with world-class entrees from a Southern-inspired menu.
Ralph & Kacoo's
The kid’s menu at Ralph’s & Kacoo’s is a great place to take the kids. Their kids’s menu starts at just $3.99. Of course the adults aren’t left out in the cold. You’ll love the flavors of their local favorites like blackened gator and shrimp beignets.
Zea's St. Charles Avenue
Zea Rotisserie & Grill offers great food for the whole family Uptown on St. Charles Avenue. Spend the day at Audubon Zoo, then ride the streetcar back to downtown. On your way back, stop at Zea and try their delicious entrees. They also offer valet parking.
ACME Oyster House
A New Orleans legend, Acme Oyster House has shucked millions of delicious oysters to the delight of locals and visitors from all over the world. Acme Oyster House has been serving oysters from its own private oyster beds for decades.
A kid-friendly option just steps off Bourbon Street in the heart of the French Quarter. Create a memorable experience a historic ambience combined with authentic creole and cajun delicacies.