Gumbo, Jambalaya, and Bananas Foster. Hungry yet? Gay restaurants in New Orleans certainly don’t disappoint when it comes to unique culinary delights. With a unique blend of Creole, Cajun, and soul food, it’s hard to not spend the entire weekend sampling the city’s best food.
Gay restaurants in New Orleans
The French Quarter contains much of the gay culture of the city and draws tourists from all over the world. If you’re looking for the best places to eat in gay New Orleans, you’ve come to the right place.
For a classic sampling of American bar food, the 700 Club is a great place for those wary of experiencing the spices of New Orleans’ unique dishes.
The Clover Grill is another popular choice for good ol’ American diner food served 24/7. It’s a true lifesaver after late nights out at the French Quarter’s gay bars!
New Orleans Staples
Looking for the true New Orleans experience? Try out Buffa’s Bar and Restaurant, a long-standing restaurant with nightly live music seven days a week.
You’ve heard everyone talking about Gumbo, now it’s your time to try it! Gumbo shop is an award-winning restaurant with true NoLa flair! Guests rave about the Seafood Okra Gumbo.
Up the ante at Café Amelie in the French Quarter, an intimate little Louisiana restaurant with one of the cutests patios in town, perfect for charming your handsome man.
Best brunch in New Orleans
Located in the Bywater region is The Country Club, a gorgeous property with a stunning bohemian pool and an attractive clientele. Their long brunch menu has everything from light fare to sinful chicken and waffles.