For 70+ years, Felix’s has been a family favorite in the French Quarter. (A boiled shrimp with its head still on is big conversation starter for kids!) You’ll all get a kick out of watching the oyster shuckers at work, and you’ll enjoy the extensive menu featuring New Orleans' specialities, fresh Gulf seafood, and many options for kids 12 and under.French Quarter Lakefront
Beignets and hot chocolate at one of Café Beignet’s four locations will be right at the top of your kids’ essay on “What I loved most about vacation.” Bring the family to the Café Beignet at Musical Legends Park to hear live jazz starting at 10 a.m., and selfies with statues of Al Hirt, Fats Domino, Pete Fountain and others. Don’t go home without a “Beignet…done that” t-shirt.Decatur Street Royal Street Bourbon Street Coupon
A New Orleans classic and family foodie favorite, this kid friendly restaurant has been a staple of tradition. With a wide assortment of seafood dishes and great southern delicacies, you will certainly find something to satisfy your families appetite.Convention Center Coupon
Treat your family to a special experience with a courtyard jazz brunch or a delightful dinner at Court of Two Sisters, one of the city's most famous restaurants. This kid-friendly upscale restaurant features a buffet-style breakfast brunch and a separate kids dinner menu.French Quarter
Bring your little ones to the bayou right in the heart of New Orleans! The legendary Mulate's Cajun Restaurant is known throughout the world as the King of Cajun Dine and Dance Halls and you will see why! Enjoy dancing, live Cajun music and delicious South Louisiana dishes. And conveniently located close to the Aquarium and other New Orleans attractions, you do not want to miss out on the one-of-a-kind experience that is Mulate's.CBD
Give your kids their first oyster experience at Acme. 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.French Quarter New Orleans Suburbs
The kids will love dinner as they cruise through the waters of the Mighty Mississippi River. Steamboat NATCHEZ is an authentic paddlewheel boat that offers both brunch and dinner cruises with jazz music and a New Orleans style buffet.French Quarter
Located in the French quarter, right around the corner from the aquarium, you have many options for where you'd like to find authentic, affordable New Orleans food. Hailed by local magazines and travel sites alike, Daisy Duke's Restaurant offers great poboys, crawfish, and a 24-hour breakfast.
Kid's Favorite: Grilled Cheese and Fries
Since 1961, Deanie's has been a staple in New Orleans. If your family is looking for an authentic New Orleans seafood joint, this is the place to take them. Try their giant seafood platter and, we promise, no one will go hungry. It includes fried oysters, shrimp, catfish, soft-shell crabs and crawfish balls.French Quarter
A kid-friendly option just steps off Bourbon Street in the heart of the French Quarter. Create a memorable experience in a historic ambience combined with authentic creole and cajun delicacies.
Kid's Favorite: Fried Fish Strips with fries.
Escape the hub bub of city life and enjoy a family meal at Byblos. They serve up some of the best Mediterranean cuisine in the greater New Orleans area and are known for their wide selection of lamb dishes. Make sure to try the delicious kabobs to chops and of course the homemade hummus shawarma.Old Metairie Byblos Market Lakeside Mall Byblos Uptown
Craving classic Italian? Chef Andrea will cook up something special for your family. He combines local Louisiana ingredients with Northern Italian cuisine for a uniquely New Orleans Italian dining experience. Andrea's is located in Metairie, just ten minutes from the French Quarter.New Orleans Suburbs