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9 Excellent Date Night Restaurants In New Orleans

Emma Colosia Emma Colosia

9 Excellent Date Night Restaurants In New Orleans

They’re delicious and romantic!

The Big Easy is the perfect city to fall in love. From waterfront views to vintage corners, there are endless romantic dining options for any occasion. From stunning food to intimate spaces, these spots are sure to impress you and your date!

These are excellent date night restaurants: 

1. La Petite Grocery

Say bonjour to delicious French food in a cozy ambiance. Enjoy the most romantic of date nights and amazing service.
Where: 📍4238 Magazine Street

 

2. Ralph’s On The Park

Ralph’s is just a stone’s throws away from City Park and other attractions like the NOMA. If you’re celebrating an anniversary don’t forget to tell them while making the reservation. You’ll get more than one surprise!
Where: 📍900 City Park Avenue

 

3. Vyoone’s

The alleyway has never been so romantic. Vyoone’s features french food in the Warehouse District, where the patio is perfect for dates anytime.
Where: 📍412 Girod Street

 

4. The Elysian Bar

This charming and classy bar offers curated food and beverage plus well-rounded hospitality. Invite your significant other to have a drink and a snack for that date night.
Where: 📍2317 Burgundy Street
*The Elysian Bar is currently closed until 9/15 due to Hurricane Ida.

 

5. The Pelican Club

The Pelican Club is a contemporary New Orleans restaurant located on historic Exchange Place in the French Quarter. Fall in love with the moonlight while having a creole dinner on their outdoor patio.
Where: 📍312 Exchange Place

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6. GW Fins

GW Fins is a NOLA staple since 2001. If you’re looking for a place to have a seafood dinner for your romantic date, this is the place. They use seasonal ingredients and subtle culinary techniques that will make this restaurant you’re favorite.
Where: 📍808 Bienville Street

 

7. N7

The N7 specializes in French cuisine, often infused with a unique Japanese touch. The wine menu will blow you away. They focus on small European winemakers who adhere to a natural handmade method. Yum!
Where: 📍1117 Montegut Street

 

8. Bayona

Everything about Bayona is lovely. Located in a 1769 Creole cottage in the heart of the romantic French Quarter. Have a glass of wine and casual food. You’ll love it!
Where: 📍420 Dauphine Street

 

9. Upperline Restaurant

Pamper yourself and your significant other at this restoring artsy restaurant.
*Upperline is temporarily closed.
Where: 📍1413 Upperline Street

Featured image by The Pelican Club @thepelicanclubnola.