Food & Drink

The best under-the-radar burgers in New Orleans

Published On 04/02/2014 Published On 04/02/2014
Scott Gold
Boo Koo BBQ & Burgers
Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse
Yelp user Charles H.
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1. Capdeville 520 Capdeville St, New Orleans, LA 70130 (Warehouse District)

Capdeville is an American version of a British social house, serving gourmet comfort foods like delicious burgers, tasty sandwiches, and more.

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2. Galatoire’s 33 Bar and Steak 215 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA 70112 (French Quarter)

Next door to the famous Galatoire’s, sister restaurant Galatoire's 33 Bar and Steak, located in the French Quarter, is an elegant and upscale with and old-timey vibe. The custom built bar is swathed in dark woods and leather, and the dining room is beautifully decorated with crystal chandeliers, mirrors, and dark green painted walls, fostering a regal dining experience. The menu offers a variety of USDA prime cuts, seafood, and lighter dishes that all pair perfectly with a hand-crafted cocktail or fine wine.

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3. Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse 716 Iberville St, New Orleans, LA 70130 (French Quarter)

Dickie Brennan's popular New Orleans steakhouse is rich with history and lore. Brennan's steakhouse is a testament to the “New Orleans-style steakhouse,” specializing in plenty of Gulf seafood as well as juicy steaks smothered in béarnaise sauce and served atop creamed spinach. The wood-paneled space has six private dining rooms and a swanky posh bar that is the perfect spot to either begin or end your dining experience.

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4. La Petite Grocery 4238 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115 (Magazine St)

Converted from a historic grocery store, this bistro and bar features plates crafted by James Beard Award-winning chef Justin Devillier. The menu includes all-time hits like blue crab beignets, turtle Bolognese, and a gruyere cheeseburger. La Petite Grocery is true Louisiana, as evidenced by its 19th century Creole architecture and craft cocktails like the double rye whiskey Bee Hive.