Nola iconic dining rooms
- 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.