Chimes Bed and Breakfast

Restaurants

Go on an adventure to restaurants in other neighborhoods or walk from the Chimes to twenty near-by locations. In New Orleans, we are “always talking about three things: where we ate, what we ate, and where we’re going to eat next.” We recommend to you places that we enjoy ourselves, however, there are far too many to list all of them. Browse the restaurant menus below to see what dishes appeal to your taste and what’s within walking distance of the Chimes New Orleans. There are food options for all diets, adventurers and price ranges to fit every budget.

Walk to these restaurants from the Chimes B&B

La Petite Grocery

Bistro style, Louisiana food, James Beard Award Winner

Baru

Latin Caribbean tapas, divine cocktails

Bistro Daisy

Perfect everything, beautiful atmosphere

Superior Seafood and Oyster Bar

Oysters and drinks ½ price every day, 4:00-6:30, all good

Shaya

Modern Israeli cuisine, James Beard Award Winner; Reserve early

Dat Dog

Gourmet hot dogs, veggie, and vegan, too

Café Atchafalaya

Brunch Thursday-Monday, with Bloody Mary bar, dinner nightly

Casamento’s

Famous neighborhood oyster bar, open Sept.-May only

La Boulangerie

Beautiful bread, lunch, and pastries for the Chimes’ breakfast table

St. James Cheese Co.

Imported specialty cheeses, classes weekly

Rum House

Caribbean food with Rum specials (1/2 price on Tuesdays)

Saffron

Indian well-done

Fresh Market

Pick-up food, wine, and dessert for a courtyard dinner at the Chimes.

For Dessert in the Neighborhood

Sucre

Gelato, desserts, chocolates, macaroons in a beautiful place

Hansen’s Sno-Blitz

Making sno-ball flavors since 1939

Creole Creamery

Handmade ice cream, both usual and unique flavors

Take a Street Car, Lyft or Uber to These Places

Bacchanal Wine

Backyard tables, live jazz, good wine, tapas

Ancora, Pizzeria & Salumeria

Best of Italy in the US, Italian oven, craft cocktails (divine)

Cochon

House-made meats and sausages

St. Roch Market

Local gourmet food court with wine & oyster bars

Seed

Vegan using local fare with creativity, stunningly good

Katie's

Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives found it before we did

Arnaud’s

Classis Creole fine dining, French 75 Bar, for that special night

Parkway Tavern

Po-Boys, Catfish, Seafood, and sides

Jacques-imo’s

Quirky, original, Creole food, take a streetcar

Morning Call Coffee

At City Park, sit under the oaks eating a beignet, open 24/7  (avoid the crowds in the Quarter)

Crabby Jack’s

Out of the mainstream of tourists. Transportation needed.

Café Degas

When visiting City Park or NOMA, eat here

Avenue Pub

54 Tap lines, Nathanial Zimet of Boucherie’s food, 24/7

Whole Food Market

Bring something to eat, in the Chimes courtyard