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AJ&J Asian Bistro
2240 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 609-2282
Quality Sushi, Thai & Chinese Food in the Irish Channel.
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Annunciation Park
1522 Chippewa St
New Orleans, LA 70130
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Casamento's Restaurant
4330 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 895-9761
Casamento’s Restaurant was established in 1919 by Joe Casamento, a hard working immigrant from Ustica, Italy. Casamento’s is a spotlessly clean restaurant tiled inside and out. Following building traditions from his native Italy, Mr. Casamento knew tiled surfaces would be easier to clean. So much tile was needed to meet Mr. Casamento’s requirements that it took 4 tile companies from across the United States to fill the order. Customers liken it to a giant swimming pool. Unlike most New Orleans seafood restaurants, Casamento’s uses their own signature bread called “pan…
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Cloud Nine Bistro
3138 Magazine St Suite D
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 702-5914
Belgian liège waffles and breakfast spot in the Irish Channel neighborhood
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Cole Pratt Gallery
3800 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
Cole Pratt Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery specializing in the works of Southern artists. Founded in 1993 by the late Cole Pratt, the gallery’s legacy continues under owner and longtime director Erika Olinger. Exhibitions are curated once a month with one featured artist in our cornerstore gallery. Additional gallery rooms showcase the rest of the artists in our stable. Please reference the “Exhibitions” menu on our website for our annual exhibition line-up.
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2800 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 324-2150
Michael Stoltzfus and Lillian Hubbard opened Coquette on the corner of Washington Ave. and Magazine Street in December 2008. The Garden District building was built in the late 1880’s and has been among other things a residence, grocery store, auto parts store and a number of restaurants. With dining rooms on two floors and a 14 seat bar, Coquette offers innovative southern cuisine with an emphasis on locally sourced product. Featuring an accessible international wine list, classic and creative New Orleans cocktails and a well-traveled beer list.
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Davis Gallery African Art
904 Louisiana Ave
New Orleans, LA 70115
Davis Gallery opened in 1974, concentrating on traditional African Art from West Africa and Cameroon. The Gallery operated as a public space on Magazine Street for 25 years. Today, it is located in an Antebellum home on the edge of the Garden District of New Orleans. Open by appointment only.
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District Donuts Sliders Brew
2209 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 570-6945
ABOUT OUR DONUTS We do everything from scratch, down to our sprinkles! We use real food made with integrity; we don’t use pre-made mixes or artificial flavors and we use all natural ingredients wherever possible. Our team works excellently to create all glazes and pastry creme fillings by hand. We offer seven rotating donuts everyday, our catalog is now well over 100 options. In addition to these creative options, you can always count on us to have our staples: glazed, cinnamon sugar and chocolate glazed. These will never change. ABOUT…
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Dominique's on Magazine
4213 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
Amid the lush, tropical foliage of New Orleans’ most graceful neighborhood, one of America’s most-awarded chefs is staking his claim. Dominique’s on Magazine, the result of a globetrotting life that began on the isle of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, is Dominique Macquet’s edible love poem to his adopted hometown by way of every place he’s ever cooked, every meal he’s ever eaten. Exquisite dish follows exquisite dish in a stylishly casual setting, paired with well-chosen wines, innovative cocktails and extraordinary service. Embrace the new Dominique’s on Magazine. In the…
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Gott Gourmet Cafe
3100 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 373-6579
Well, In building on our concept of “Refined Comfort Food” (which is what we’ve been doing all along) and the loving the “O-Rama” phrase anyway, upon research found that one definition states that adding the suffix O-Rama to a word means “A wide overview of” (= Think Panorama) So as we were adding a little of everything to the menu, and knew we were transforming into GG’s, the idea kept growing and GG’s Dine-O-Rama was born. “ O-Rama” was commonly used as far back as the 1950s, so we’ve changed…
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Green Tea
1116 Louisiana Ave
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 899-8005
Welcome to Green Tea, where we are committed to providing you with fast and friendly services, reasonable prices and a healthy dining experience. Bring the taste of great Chinese food to your home or office with our carryout or delivery service, from morning until late night. We also offer a private parking lot. Every dish on our extensive menu is prepared with vegetable oil, free of cholesterol and saturated fats. Unsaturated fats are known to improve blood cholesterol levels. We offer your choice of fragrant white rice or fiber-rich brown…
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Hemline: Uptown
3308 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 269-4005
With over 200 lines of clothing, shoes, & accessories, Each of the 18 locations offer a unique personality and an individual flair.
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3121 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
If it ain’t New Orleans, then we ain’t got it! Authentic creole comfort food and a few of Chef Ignatius’ very own creations. A New Orleans traditional atmosphere. You’ll feel like this place has been around since the 1800’s because it has (the building anyway) Outdoor Sidewalk seating for those people watchers. Outdoor Courtyard Seating for those wanting a little more quiet, romantic place to chill. Great indoor space suitable for those last minute large parties.
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Jamba Juice - Irish Channel
3341 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
One of the best parts of life is the fun part. At least, that’s what we think. And that’s why we love to make smoothies and other healthy things fun – we dig making your taste buds uncontrollably happy. It makes our day. That’s why we’ve been doing it for almost 20 years. Hey, the way we see it, it’s healthy to have happy fun. And you can quote us on that. (from
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Joey K's Restaurant & Bar
3001 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 891-0997
If you’re searching for homecooked food and New Orleans specialties served in a relaxed, friendly environment, you have arrived. Joey K’s has been serving delicious local dishes like Red Beans & Rice, Jambalaya, Po-Boys and Catfish for almost 20 years. We also offer huge 18 oz. frosted schooners of beer, a full bar, plus room for private functions and even a private balcony in a century-old building with ambience to spare. A neighborhood hub for locals and visitors, located in the heart of world-famous Magazine Street, Gambit Weekly readers have…
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Jung's Golden Dragon Restaurant
3009 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 891-8280
Jung’s Golden Dragon restaurant offers delicious dining, carryout and delivery to New Orleans, Louisiana. Jung’s Golden Dragon Chinese is a cornerstone in the New Orleans community and has been recognized for its outstanding Chinese & Asian cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff. Our New Orleans Chinese restaurant is known for its modern interpretation of classic oriental dishes and its insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients. We appreciate your business. We have added online ordering for our customer’s convenience.
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La Petite Grocery Restaurant & Bar
4238 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 891-3377
Visit us for lunch, dinner, or Sunday brunch. A neighborhood restaurant that focuses on serving only the freshest made from scratch cuisine. Our goal is to support local farmers & fisherman whenever possible & to share the wonderful local bounty with you! (Facebook)
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3637 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 895-1636
In many ways, Lilette is a physical manifestation of a lifetime of culinary experience. Born out of chef and owner John Harris’ desire to create an intimate dining environment, Lilette enjoys both a loyal local following and a steady stream of visitors from around the country. Cheerful and sunny at lunchtime, at night the dining room takes a turn toward the romantic, awash in wine-colored walls and soft lighting. But decades before Travel and Leisure magazine dubbed it “the sexiest dining room in New Orleans,” the space itself began as…
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Loisel Vintage Modern
2855 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 899-2444
“The kitchen in my first cottage had been redone in a 50’s style and I found a dinette set from the same era that matched it perfectly. My appreciation for Mid-century design grew as I learned of its contribution to the fields of design, industry and culture. I began to educate myself to recognize the best of mid-century furniture and design. I discovered some surprisingly good pieces in the area and collected them… and then I collected some more. Looking back, I think I was on my way to becoming…

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