Gluten-Free Restaurants in New Orleans, LA

GW Fins Seafood • $$$
808 Bienville St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Dry Aged Bluefin Tuna New York Strip
Wasabi Crusted Albacore Tuna
Parmesan Crusted Sheepshead
New Bedford Sea Scallops
Yellowfin Tuna Tartare
Firecracker Tuna Tacos
Seared Yellow Fin Tuna
American Red Snapper
Bluefin Tuna Tartare
BBQ Shrimp and Grits

“GW Fins is without a doubt, one of the best seafood restaurants I've been too in a long time. This place has been recommend by nearly every restaurant guide in New Orleans and it really doesn't disappoint. The lobster bisque was delicious. The halibut was is their signature dish and really goes well with the risotto. I also got the creme brulee, which both people beside me got as well after seeing me get out. As for cocktails, you can't go wrong with the Cajun old fashioned and the French 75. It's highly recommend that you set reservations, as it was one of the busiest restaurants in New Orleans.“

4.7 Superb1482 Reviews
Dakar NOLA West African •
3814 Magazine St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

West African Millet Citrus Finger Limes Apples Vinaigrette
Parce Que Gulf Shrimp Cabbage Red Pepper Coulis
Bouye Baobab Ponchatoula Strawberry Sorbet
Ataya Green Tea Ginger Mint
Gulf Shrimp Tamarind
The Rice Connection
Red Snapper Collar
Speckled Trout
Seasonal Salad
Thiakry Pie

“So happy we had the opportunity to visit Dakar on a recent trip to New Orleans. The staff is so kind and welcoming, they were very accommodating when part of our party was late due to a flight delay. The meal starts with table side hand washing, a traditional way to welcome guests to the home. Then onto smaller bites; palm oil buns, fried cassava with crab and a lovely tea topped with mint foam. Favorites from the larger plates were gulf shrimp and fonyo, and a stew with beans, palm oil and lobster. Mid-way through the meal our hosts explained the significance of the dishes and their roots in Senegalese culture. A unique and delicious experience!“

4.9 Superb102 Reviews
Willa Jean Southern • $$
611 O'Keefe Ave, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Grandma's Sausage Gravy
Fried Chicken Biscuit
Fried Chicken Sandwich
Pimento Cheese Board
Willa Jean Cornbread
Almond Milk Latte
Shrimp and Grits
WJ Shrimp Grits
Avocado Toast
Banana Bread

“"I've been a fan of this restaurant for its exceptional food, a dish we never fail to order and always enjoy. However, during our latest visit, the service fell short of expectations, leading me to remove a star from my usual rating.“

4.4 Superb332 Reviews
Muriel's Jackson Square Cajun/Creole • $$$
801 Chartres St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Shrimp and Goat Cheese Crepes
White Chocolate Bread Pudding
Vanilla Bean Crème Brûlée
Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee
Flourless Chocolate Cake
Pan Seared Duck Breast
Roasted Half Chicken
Double Cut Pork Chop
Pecan Crusted Drum
Shrimp and Grits

“Fantastic Sunday Jazz Brunch. Great food, Attentive service. Nice atmosphere. I started with a bloody mark. Delicious and affordable. I ordered the turtle soup, which was flavorful. I hadn't eaten it before. The egg hash was excellent. My wife ordered the mushroom soup and loved it. The po-boy with egg was good but salty. I definitely recommend this restaurant. Music was enjoyable. And the location off Jackson Square was great.“

4.4 Superb970 Reviews
Breads On Oak Vegan • $$
222 Carondelet St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Chickpeas Patty and Cheese Grits
Vegan Breakfast Sandwich
Pumpkin Cheddar Biscuit
Creole Omelet Toast
Sausage Biscuit
Avocado Toast
Biscuit Tower
King Cakes
Brownies
Pastries

“This is one of the best lunch cafes I have ever been to! I am a vegetarian and sandwich options are always so limited anywhere else. So many options I had a hard time deciding. Even if you’re not vegetarian you should check this place out!!“

4.7 Superb145 Reviews
BEARCAT CBD Brunch • $$
845 Carondelet St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Bison Sausage Patties Crispy Potato and Egg
Bearcat Breakfast with Pancakes
Breakfast Potatoes
Cat Daddy Biscuit
Shrimp and Grits
Creole Crab Dip
Seared Scallops
Scallop Grits
Lobster Couyon
Fried Chicken

“We went yesterday and the wait was 2 hours. Got there a little earlier today and we got in. I’ve eaten at the Uptown location and was so happy they opened up another one that’s closer. It was my daughter’s first time and she said the food is so good and understands why there is a wait.“

4.5 Superb266 Reviews
I-tal Garden Vegan • $
810 N Claiborne Ave, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Mac N Triple Cheese Jackfruit Ribs Crab Cakes Collards
All Vegan Cornbread BBQ Mac N Cheese
I-Tal Veggie Burger Meal
Cajun Veggie Pasta Meal
Crabless Crab Cakes
Cauliflower Wings
Crispy Cauli-Wings
Oyster Mushrooms
Brussels Sprouts
Crab-Less Cakes

“What’s left of my not crab cake and RA pasta…the BEST vegan and GF food I’ve ever had!!!! I thought for sure I would be sick…no way my allergy food could be this tasty and comparable to “real food” nope!!!! Not sick at all! I felt like I was eating “bad” food. Thank y’all so much because I can’t eat anything just anywhere! Will be back!!!!!“

4.8 Superb182 Reviews
Two Chicks Café - CBD Gluten Free • $
920 Gravier St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Buttermilk Pancakes Topped with Strawberries and Whippped Cream
Traditional Benedict
BBQ Shrimp & Grits
Crab Cake Benedict
Papa's French Toast
Papas French Toast
Roasted Potatoes
Breakfast Poboy
Café Breakfast
Breakfast Bowl

“The best breakfast spot that I found while visiting New Orleans......I visited Two Chicks Cafe kn my birthday and omg the barbecue shrimp and grits were amazing and let's not forget about their French toast and Ashley was so sweet and kind.“

4.8 Superb175 Reviews
Sneaky Pickle & Bar Brine American • $
3200 Burgundy St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Buffalo Tofu Lettuce Wraps
Hand Cut French Fries
Tempeh Reuben Sandwich
Vegan Mac and Cheese
Multigrain Patty
Beet Flatbread
Seasonal Salad
Wagyu Burger
Mac N Cheese
Tofu Taco

“I am practically about to lick the plate! We had the Mac n cheese, Rueben, Wagyu burger, egg rolls and pickle plate. I cannot say which was best, as they were all outstanding!!! Not to mention the service which was excellent. A perfect choice for vegans, vegetarians and carnivores alike!“

4.6 Superb109 Reviews
Emeril's American
800 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

J K 'S Grand Marnier Chocolate Soufflé
Chocolate S'More Black Truffle Pasta
Emeril's New Orleans Barbecue Shrimp
Poached Pear and Walnut Ice Cream
Andouille Crusted Gulf Drum
Emeril's Banana Cream Pie
Gulf Shrimp Stuffed Clams
Ice Cream or Sorbet Trio
Smoked Oysters & Caviar
Sweet Barbecue Salmon

“Amazing experience even at the bar. Great spirits selection, knowledgeable bar tenders that care, and amazing food. The BBQ shrimp was delicious yet simple. The chicory Manhattan was sweet, decadent, and savory. The barrel proof Weller was oaky, sweet, and hot. The traditional punch was sever with pizzaz and had neutral Asian flavors. Well worth the expense! Sean was a great bartender that walked us through our option and had great attention to detail!“

4.4 Superb225 Reviews
Bywater Bakery Breakfast • $
3624 Dauphine St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Chantilly King Cake and Crawfish King Cake
Shrimp Etoufee with Eggs and Grits
Breakfast Croissant
Breakfast Sandwich
Breakfast Gumbo
Berry Chantilly
Crawfish Bread
Birthday Cake
Tofu Scramble
Strawberry

“Amazing Event Cakes — We had a formal event this weekend for which Bywater provided our cakes. The chocolate peanut butter was to die for. The other cake was not what we ordered but we loved it just the same. If you need a cake for any occasion, we highly recommend Bywater Bakery.“

4.6 Superb103 Reviews
Theo's Neighborhood Pizza, Magazine Pizza • $$
4218 Magazine St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Stuffed Breadsticks with Pepper-Jack Cheese Jalapeños Garlic and Marinara
Theo's Stuffed Bread Sticks with Pepper-Jack Cheese Jalapeños & Garlic
Half & Half Create Your Own Pizza 10 Small
Big Dave's Buffalo Chicken Pizza
Four Topping Pizza 10 Small
Bacon & Blue Cheese Pizza
Barbecue Chicken Pizza
Coachwood's Hot Wings
Sweet Spinach Salad
The Meathead Pizza

“Oh my God... Read reviews on yelp and wanted to go to this restaurant... It did not disappoint. As a matter fact we've gone to several pizza places in New Orleans, and this is by far THE BEST! It was a Wednesday night so things were pretty chill. We had an awesome waitress, DD, who really made everything super comfortable and easy for us. Give us a different tasting of wine so we ordered a bottle and then a pizza... It was just a great evening highly recommend Theo s pizza! We will definitely be back! But sincere thank you to DD for making the experience. Wonderful.!“

4.8 Superb64 Reviews
Maïs Arepas Colombian • $$
1200 Carondelet St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Bandeja Paisa Dinner Only
Pork Ribs with Yuca Fries
Arepas De Carne Asada
Empanadas Caleñas
Ceviche De Camaron
Street Corn Elotes
Tres Leches Cake
Maiz De La Rueda
Flan De Maracuya
Plantain Chips

“Came on Tuesday, not very crowded. Heard they'd won a lot of awards. Well, it is good. Very good. The salad can feed 4 or more. Each Arepas is generous, not really meant to be cut in half and shared, as is our habit.My wife and I often say, I'm torn between A & B, (I'm torn between B & A), so we order both & switch partway through. Amusing sometimes seeing the faces on the wait staff.No Manhattans. Cachasa or Rum cocktails here.Apparently there was recent road repaving causing parking issues. We parked 20 feet to the door, no problem.“

4.7 Superb129 Reviews
BEARCAT CAFE UPTOWN Brunch • $
2521 Jena St 2nd floor, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Bearcat Breakfast Chai Pancakes with Eggs Bison Sausage and Potatoes
Bearcat Breakfast w Pancakes Bison Sausage
Cat Daddy Biscuit Hot Daddy Style
Cucumber Mint Lemonade
Latte - Lavender Honey
Buffalo Cauliflower
Vegan Quesadilla
Blueberry Pancake
Shrimp and Grits
Vegan Ranchero

“The food is soooooo good. The best brunch menu in Nola. Tried most things and it always slaps. Service is great.-1 for no reservations and long waits. I have no idea why they don’t give both the overworked hosts and customers a break by having a more streamlined res/waitlist system. Attempting Bearcat on the weekend is a competitive sport.Is it a reverse psychology thing? Like knowing you probably won’t get in so you want it even more? Having waited in the sun for an hour so the mimosas are extra refreshing? Lmk!“

4.6 Superb182 Reviews
The Rum House Tacos • $$
3128 Magazine St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Taco Trifecta with Flake Fish Chili Glazed Shrimp Jerk Chicken and Roasted Rasta Vegetables
Painkiller Right Rum Punch Left
Nachos and Pulled Pork Nachos
Banana Bread Pudding
The Rum House Punch
Avocado Mango Dip
Damn Good Nachos
Fried Plantains
Rum House Salad
Mr Biggs Plate

“Great service, tasty food and a lively atmosphere. Our waiter gave us wonderful suggestions. The sides are just as good as the tacos. The Bacon Smothered Greens and Ancho Mashed Potatoes were so good and different than anything like them I've ever tasted! We also shared the Banana Bread Pudding and took a bag of cookies home to snack on tomorrow. We plan to return to The Rum House again and try some other tasty food.“

4.6 Superb180 Reviews
Levee Baking Co. Bakery • $
3138 Magazine St D, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Sausage Roll
Morning Bun
Croissants
Seasonal
Bakery

“Wow. That is my immediate take away. I just devoured the best savory scone I have ever tasted. It was so incredible that after I finished it I wanted to call them to tell them. I stopped in for my first time this morning after reading about Levee and living close by. Service, staff, and atmosphere were fantastic but that scone .... Just Wow.“

4.9 Superb45 Reviews
The Will & The Way Bar • $$
719 Toulouse St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Chicken Liver Pâté Spiced Saltines
The Will & the Way Burger
Loaded Korean Hot Fries
Crispy Brussel Sprouts
Louisiana Hot Chicken
Oysters Rockefeller
Bulgogi French Fries
Brussels Sprouts
Salto Del Pastor
Chicken Wings

“Hits and missesGood: loaded Korean fries, brussel sprouts, Sad Boy cocktailDo not get the mushroom pho if you have any expectations of it tasting like pho. Deeply needed salt, the mushrooms and noodles were all wrong, and not a bok choy to be found.“

4.4 Superb138 Reviews

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Bayona

Bayona Fine Dining • $$$
430 Dauphine St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Crispy Smoked Quail Salad
Pacific Salmon Fillet
Grilled Duck Breast
Mississippi Rabbit
Shrimp Outstanding
Duck Liver Pâté
Grilled Lamb Loin
Creamy Garlic Soup
Shrimp and Grits
Bayona Salad

“It’s been many years since I dined at Bayona, and I’m pleased to say they haven’t missed a beat.The food was delicious, and a welcome change from the ever present bowls of gumbo and Po boys that dominate the Quarter. Spicer’s James Beard medal still hangs on the wall near the entrance and it’s a well placed testament to this very fine dining experience.Peter and the rest of the staff were old school in the best possible way; their service was top notch. If you’re thinking about where to eat while in New Orleans, make one night a Bayona night!Vegetarian options: The butternut squash entree was delightful for my vegetarian companion.“

4.4 Superb124 Reviews

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Hivolt

Hivolt Coffee Shops • $
1829 Sophie Wright Pl, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

The Dom Sandwich
Souper Bowl
Croissants
Pour Over
Pastries
The Ozzy
Burrito

“Hivolt Coffee in New Orleans stands out as not just a coffee shop, but a staple in the local café scene, offering a delightful array of options that cater to the health-conscious without sacrificing taste or portion size. It has quickly become one of my favorite destinations for coffee and more in the city, thanks to its consistently high-quality offerings and welcoming atmosphere.The Oozy Breakfast paired with a latte is my go-to choice, a combination so satisfying that it leaves little desire to explore other options. The dishes here are not only incredibly tasty but are also generous in serving size, ensuring that you leave feeling fully satisfied. The latte, smooth and perfectly balanced, complements any meal choice wonderfully and showcases Hivolt's expertise in coffee making.One of the most commendable aspects of Hivolt is the demeanor of its staff. Every visit is met with kindness and patience, contributing significantly to the overall positive experience. Their approachability and efficiency make each interaction pleasant, from ordering to enjoying your meal and drink.The ambiance of Hivolt is further elevated by its selection of music, which enhances the relaxed and friendly environment. This, combined with the café's ample seating and decently fast WiFi, makes it an ideal spot for those looking to work remotely or simply enjoy a leisurely coffee break. The space is designed thoughtfully, allowing for both productivity and relaxation.In conclusion, Hivolt Coffee offers an exceptional experience for coffee lovers and health food enthusiasts alike. Its blend of delicious, healthy options, excellent coffee, friendly staff, and a conducive environment for work or leisure makes it a must-visit location in New Orleans. Whether you're a local or just passing through, Hivolt promises a welcoming space where quality and satisfaction are guaranteed.“

4.8 Superb46 Reviews
Russell's Marina Grill American • $
8555 Pontchartrain Blvd, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Berries Bananas Pecan French Toast
Waffle West End Chicken & Waffle
2 Eggs Bacon and Pancakes
Sweet Potato Beignets
Sweet Potato Pancakes
Powerhouse Breakfast
Fried Green Tomatoes
French Toast Bananas
Chicken and Waffles
Chicken Fried Steak

“Located in the heart of Lakeview, Russell’s Marina Diner stands as a cherished beacon of New Orleans’ rich culinary tradition.Since its inception in 1985, this diner has carved out a niche for itself as the go-to destination for exceptional breakfasts, weaving itself into the fabric of the city’s dining scene.With a menu that spans the gamut from indulgent fried chicken and waffles to a diverse array of egg specialties, Russell’s caters to a broad spectrum of tastes.Not forgetting the health-conscious, the diner also offers lighter fare such as eggwhite omelets and sweet potato pancakes, ensuring that every patron leaves satisfied.The dining experience is further enhanced by the option to enjoy your meal either inside the diner’s cozy interior, at the counter where the local vibe thrives, in their inviting dining room, or outside on the pet-friendly patio, making it perfect for every occasion.During my visit, I decided to try the legendary Egg Saints #33—a daring concoction that perfectly embodies New Orleans’ flair for culinary innovation.This dish features a grilled biscuit topped with alligator sausage, grilled tomatoes, poached eggs, and smothered in homemade country gravy.Each component of the dish harmonizes to create a breakfast experience that is both unique and profoundly satisfying.From the moment I stepped inside, I was greeted with the diner’s unmistakable local charm, enhanced by the friendly service that made me feel right at home.The ambiance, a blend of the cozy and the communal, set the perfect stage for what was to be an unforgettable meal.The Premier League playing softly in the background added a touch of camaraderie, reminiscent of a neighborhood café where everyone is welcome.The highlight of my visit was, without a doubt, the food.The Egg Saints #33 was a revelation, transforming the classic eggs Benedict into a dish that captivated my palate and left me pondering the culinary prowess behind it.Every bite was a testament to Russell’s commitment to quality and innovation, making it clear why this diner holds a special place in the hearts of New Orleans’ residents and visitors alike.In a city lauded for its vibrant food scene, claiming the title of "best breakfast" is no small feat.Yet, as I left Russell’s Marina Diner, I was already yearning to return and dive deeper into their menu.This hidden gem is an absolute must-visit for anyone looking to experience the soul of New Orleans through its food, served with a side of unmatched hospitality.“

4.6 Superb127 Reviews
Superior Seafood & Oyster Bar Seafood • $$
4338 St Charles Ave, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Blackened Catfish Napoleon
Raw Oysters Half Shell
Escargot De Bourgogne
Bacon Wrapped Shrimp
Crawfish Mac & Cheese
Charbroiled Oysters
Crawfish Cornbread
Crawfish Beignets
Grilled Oysters
Fried Alligator

“After walking for hours, I chilled at the bar. First up, quenched my thirst with the Frozen Pomagranite Mojito. Worth the brain freeze. I had the Superior Oysters and the crawfish beignets. Excellent! Pricey, but seafood always is. Bartender very attentive.“

4.2 Good602 Reviews
La Macarena Pupuseria & Latin Cafe Latin American • $
8120 Hampson St Ste H, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Carne Asada Jumbo Spanish Garlic Shrimp
Carne Asada with Triple Jumbo Shrimp
Famous La Macarena Guacamole
Yuca Frita Con Chicharron
Salvadoran Chicken Tamale
Shrimp Garlic Pupusas
Traditional Pupusas
Pupusa and Flautas
Chicharron Con Yuca
Guacamole & Chips

“Authentic flavors. I had the flounder and the Spanish garlic shrimp. These were by far the best Salvadorian cuisine I ever sampled , not to mention a freshly brewed cup of coffee. Definitely worth the wait time before the food is served to you!Kid-friendliness: Waiter/owner was very friendly“

4.6 Superb98 Reviews
Breads On Oak Vegan • $$
8640 Oak St Suite A, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Pumpkin Cheddar Biscuit Sandwich
Breakfast Sandwich
Live Food Sandwich
Filled Brioche
Cinnamon Roll
Avocado Toast
Vegan Quiche
Sausage
Cookies
Fries

“We were looking for breakfast place and did not notice that this spot is vegetarian when we got there. When I saw the menu I was kind of disappointed, but when I tried their food, ohh god, this is the best bread I had in years. Food, service, everything, so even if you are afraid of places without meat like me, don't be, because they do have some delicious stuff everyone would like.“

4.6 Superb92 Reviews
Satsuma Cafe Cafe • $
3218 Dauphine St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Mexican Breakfast Plate
Bagel Plate with Lox
Granola Fruit Yogurt
Breakfast Burrito
Special Pancake
Bacon Egg And
Avocado Toast
Wrap

“Some say the day starts when the sun rises, but any masters of life know time doesn't begin until you've stepped into Satsuma Cafe. Forget the fart (& whatever else) that freely flowed out of you in the early AM. No need to remember the muscle you pathetically pulled failing to reach the snooze button shortly after. Nothing before Satsuma matters. (And nothing after.) Married? Now you're single. A parent? There was never a child. Employed? Step directly to the cash register to completely omit any & all responsibilities. Who needs a paycheck, family or a life when the cuisine & vibes are this spectacular? Without Satsuma you are nothing. Make something of yourself - nay - make something EXTRAORDINARY of yourself & come support a cafe that will revolutionize the very core of your DNA. I had the lavendar lemonade and brunch hash. Was good. 5 stars.“

4.6 Superb46 Reviews
Coffee Science Coffee Shops • $
410 S Broad St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Everything Bagel Cream Cheese
Banana Nut Muffin Vegan
Venetian Creme
Bavarian Creme
Oatmilk Latte
Cappuccino
Iced Latte
Pastries
Sandwich
Punktart

“I'm not a coffee drinker but when my girlfriend goes here I sometimes get a lil treat. I do love their local vege selection and got some incredibly yummy kale there for cheaper than anywhere else I've seen.Also they gave me an empty coffee burlap sack to use in my mardi gras outfit so super appreciative of that.“

4.5 Superb57 Reviews
Sunset Slush NOLA Dessert • $
1832 Gentilly Blvd, New Orleans

“We went to this place after seeing a tik tok about their Italian ice slushies. They’re right down the street from the fairgrounds. The atmosphere wasn’t entirely welcoming to us and parking was tough like every other good place in New Orleans but I’d go again when in the mood for delicious Italian ice slushies. Yummy!!“

4.8 Superb40 Reviews
Theo's Neighborhood Pizza, Mid-City Pizza • $
4024 Canal St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Couchwood's Hot Wings with Frank's Redhot Buffalo Wing Sauce
Build Your Own Pizza with Sausage and Pepperoni
Chicken Pesto Pizza
The Meathead Pizza
Margherita Pizza
Meat Lovers Pizza
Pepperoni Pizza
Cheese Pizza
Caesar Salad
Custom Pizza

“Great food for a reasonable price. The staff is very kind and helpful. We only tried the pizza which was really well made. We enjoyed the crispy thin crust. They have a variety of toppings for pizzas and are willing for personal modifications. They also have a "build your own" pizza option. Would highly recommend!“

4.6 Superb65 Reviews
Holy Crepes! Creperies • $
1100 N Peters St Stall 23, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Ham and Cheese Melt Bacon Tomatoes Spinach
Spinach Pesto Crepe
Gluten Free Crepes
Fresh Lemonade
With Nutella
Vegan Crepe
The Elvis
Praline
Pizza

“Food cart on a small farmers market style plaza . They make both gluten free and regular crepes . They are large and filling , they do taste as someone mentioned in another review like pancake mix . Not bad but didn’t expect that with ham and cheese . I ordered the bignete one and it’s just crepe with powder sugar . It was just ok.“

4.5 Superb90 Reviews
avenue cafe Coffee Shops • $
1907 St Charles Ave, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Bagel Breakfast Sandwich on an Everything Bagel
Mushroom Muffin with Goat Cheese and Arugula
Smoked Salmon Bagel
Croissant Sandwich
Quiche with Salad
Caprese Sandwich
Blueberry Muffin
Bagel Sandwich
Granola Bowl
Drip Coffee

“Food establishments are required to have a customer bathroom. At SUBWAY across the street people behind the counter would not give me the key after looking at each other for a few minutes they said it was out of order. Bought my food at this AMAZING cafe and paid roughly the same amount . The food was sooooo good, the service was AWESOME, the vibe was nice and we enjoyed it! SUBWAY'S loss was our gain!“

4.5 Superb83 Reviews
Fatma's Cozy Corner Cafe • $
1532 Ursulines Ave, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Chicken Salad Sandwich Peppers Sweet Potato Pie
Breakfast Sandwich with Turkey
Breakfast Sandwich on Biscuit
2 Egg Breakfast with Tomato
Mediterranean Platter
Breakfast Sandwiches
Two Egg Breakfast
Falafel Sandwich
Bagel-Lox Plate
Cuban Panini

“I was in Tremé for four days, and I ate and drank coffee at Fatmas each and every single one of those days. The coffee was amazing. The food was delicious and their pastries were just beautiful. I loved the atmosphere and the outside seating. There’s even a couple of open windows where you can just stand and look out and feel the breeze while you’re waiting for your food. I wish that I lived closer so that I could go there every day.“

4.5 Superb70 Reviews
Laurel Street Bakery Bakery • $
2701 S Broad St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

California Breakfast Sandwich
Breakfast Platter
Everything Bagel
Red Velvet Cake
Smoked Salmon
Carrot Cake
Croissants
Florentine
Tuscan
Lox

“Fav breakfast place without a doubt.All the staff are 5 star humans and I like them more than any other places around! And the food is always amazing. I regularly get the Tuscan bagel and it’s so delicious.Couldn’t recommend laurel street bakery enough!They will take little things you like (such as a bit extra toasted or just egg whites) and implement them without the slightest sign of annoyance like I’ve experienced in some other spots.If you haven’t been here def come try them out!“

4.5 Superb55 Reviews
Louisiana Pizza Kitchen Pizza • $$
95 French Market Pl, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Chicken and Andouille Gumbo
Ciabatta Garlic Bread
Pepperoni Bacon Pizza
Shrimp and Crab Pizza
Roasted Garlic Pizza
Mediterranean Calzone
Crawfish Fettuccine
Fettuccine Alfredo
The Hangover Pizza
Crab Meat Beignets

“BRICK OVEN PIZZA! I know it says wood fired, but when I searched for “brick oven pizza” in NO, nothing popped up. Absolutely AMAZING seafood pizza. Cannot recommend enough. Would have bought another but had no viable way of getting it back to Dallas. As you can see I ate 1/2 of it before realizing I should take a pic to post. Our waitress Stacy? was very accommodating (as well the chef) as my wife has crazy food allergies and she was able to eat all of her without breaking out. Definitely returning next time I’m in NOLA.“

4.3 Superb270 Reviews
Lamara Coffee & Kitchen Cafe • $
1300 N Broad St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Breakfast Sandwich
Acai Protein Bowl
Waffle

“As some with multiple, severe food restrictions, Lamara was a wonderful surprise. Almost everything is gluten-free, and I had numerous dairy free and mammal free options as well.Vegetarian options: So many options! Try the Spring Roll bowl!Dietary restrictions: I am gluten-free and have alpha-gal. Earing out is always challenging and often disappointing. It was wonderful to have so many options.Kid-friendliness: Open space, bright and airy.Wheelchair accessibility: Wide open spaces and hallways.“

4.2 Good72 Reviews
Meals From the Heart Cafe American • $
1100 N Peters St #13, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Okra Gumbo & Brown Rice GF
Vegan Hot Sausage Philly
Gluten Free Crab Cakes
Vegan Crab Cake Tacos
Gluten Free Pancakes
Red Beans and Rice
Vegan Okra Gumbo
Impossible Burger
Philly Cheese
Beyond Burger

“This place has good food with lots of vegan/ vegetarian and gluten free options. It is very much a pick up food spot since it is in the market area. The market does have seating nearby, if not there are park benches around the market as well, but I took it for pick up to a bar that does not serve food. I had the vegan crab cake po’boy which was good, so I can only imagine that the traditional crab cake po’boy is amazing as well! I would most definitely come back to try that out or any of the other delicious looking options. They had a variety of food options with a lot of traditional New Orleans fares as well like red beans, okra gumbo and beignets. So I would say this is a great place to try some true NOLA foods. Also, true to the NOLA spirit, they also sell alcohol! Yay! Parking around this area is rough, so if you must park, I would recommend the parking lot a few blocks away.Vegetarian options: Just about all options had a vegan/vegetarian counter.Dietary restrictions: Gluten free options, vegan/ vegetarian options“

4.3 Superb166 Reviews
Slim Goodies Diner Diner • $
3322 Magazine St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Chicken Fried Steak & Eggs with Creole Country Gravy Two Eggs Your Way & Crispy Hashbrowns
Cat 5 Breakfast Burrito
Pain Perdu French Toast
Contractor's Combo
Chicken and Waffle
Crawfish Etouffee
One Big Pancake
The Crabby Wife
Banana Pancake
Hash Browns

“Awesome food, big portions, reasonable prices, and friendly service. We found this place on the second morning of our vacation, and went there again for breakfast on the day we left because it was that good. Support this place, folks, because I want it to be there next time I go back to New Orleans.“

4.1 Good95 Reviews
Satsuma Maple Cafe • $
7901 Maple St, New Orleans

Customers` Favorites

Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast Sandwich
Everything Bagel Plate with Lox
Basic Breakfast Plate
Blueberry Pancake
Avocado Toast

“Friendly, great environment and food was fabulous. We had brunch, with delicious mimosas made from freshly squeezed orange juice. Melt in your mouth pancakes, awesome breakfast sandwich, baked goods were top notch (that coarse sea salt- really next level). I suggest you get there early, but the wait moves quickly.“

4.3 Superb51 Reviews
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