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We are just a few blocks from the Convention Center. We are located on Lafayette Street, Convention Center Blvd. and Fulton Street.
We offer a casual, relaxing atmosphere inside or outside on our patio.
Our oysters are locally sourced from hardworking, lifetime fisherman from the Gulf of Mexico. Day or night you can stop in grab a cold local draft and watch the art and skill of our oyster shuckers at the Oyster Bar. Stay awhile and enjoy a dozen or two!
The thread that binds us all. Our music features American artist who have left a legacy. No one-hit wonders, no fads. Today's Americana. Like our food and professional service, Legacy Kitchen was built to last. Refined American Fare. Crafted Cocktails.
- RKRKTEKvipNew Orleans / Louisiana •53 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 25, 2023We had an office lunch meeting here and the staff could not have been more accommodating. The service was great, and the food was excellent. Would definitely recommend for lunch or dinner.More infoDesi Vega's SteakhousePrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Warehouse District•4.8
- APAllysonPNew Orleans / Louisiana •1 review4.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023While the food was spectacular and overall service decent, our server Warren wasn't the friendliest and we had an issue paying the bill. We payed with our Caesars players card, which Ruth Chris accepts, however Warren was quite RUDE when I went to pay for our $500 plus meal.More infoRuth's Chris Steak House - New OrleansPrice: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• Central Business District•4.5
- CFCherylFGreater Boston •4 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Great all around! Server was so nice. Food was amazing. Place has a great ambiance. One of the best restaurants we have eaten at in quite a long time. Go!!!!More infoSofia New OrleansPrice: Moderate• Italian• Warehouse District•4.8
- MMichianafoodiesvipIndiana •44 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023We are never disappointed when we dine here. It is the one restaurant we will continually return to on our visits to New Orleans although we like to try out ones we have not been to yet. Steaks are the best we have had anywhere in the US!More infoChophouse New Orleans – Prime SteaksPrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Central Business District•4.8
- MHMaxineHNew Orleans / Louisiana •2 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023As a resident of New Orleans, I normally recommend this restaurant to my clients and company visiting New Orleans. My. clients are always happy with their service, so I decided to try it out. It was nice meeting the staff face-to-face that assist me with my reservations. The food was fabulous. We ordered the redfish with pecan topping. OMG! The manager, Marcus Benoit and Katie, the hostess was very accommodating. The servers were awesome!More infoMerilPrice: Moderate• Contemporary American• Warehouse District•4.7
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