- From Antoine's Website: The vast, glistening main dining room is located just past the first dining room at the entrance, and is named the Large Annex
- The Mystery Room at Antoine's was used during Prohibition. Diners would go through a door in the ladies' restroom to a secret room and exit with a coffee cup full of booze (in spite of the Blue Laws). When asked where th booxe came from: "It's a mystery
- The Rex Room at Antoine's, named after the super krewe of Carnival, and just as over the top
- The Proteus Room at Antoines. With memorabilia of the old-line carnival krewe. Courtesy of Facebook
- Uptown's enviable art collection at Upperline. Photo from Star Chefs
- Chandeliers, a fabulous view of Jackson square, and the ghosts of Muriel's past. Official Website
- The lap of luxury. Commander's Palace via Facebook
- The Bourbon street classic. Galatoires via Official Website.
- Pink walls, bar stools, and lines out the door. Camellia Grill courtesy of Flickr/EaterNOLA
- Romantic, Parisian nights at La Crepe Nanou thanks to Tiffany lamps, hanging orchids, and cats that prowl around near the host stand. Photo from Facebook
- Bright lights, vintage tile, and the best oysters ever. Casamento's via flickr
- No frills. Wood paneling. Always packed. Domilise's Po Boys via flickr/SanFranAnnie.
New Orleans is a town for food lovers, sure, but let's face it, a restaurant's ambience can still make or break a dining experience. From dining rooms loaded with Carnival memorabilia to art collections and even tacky wood paneling, New Orleans knows how decorate. Here, without further adieu, are 12 of New Orleans' most iconic dining rooms. The 12 Iconic Dining Rooms can be found at Antoine's, Muriel's, Galatoire's, Commander's Palace, Upperline, Camellia Grill, La Crepe Nanou, Casamento's, and Domilise's.