Where to Eat in New Orleans Right Now
The gist: When Chef Michael Gottlieb planned to open a two-part dining concept right on the Tchefuncte River on the North Shore, he got started here with the Anchor. The compound also includes Tchefuncte’s, a fine dining destination upstairs.
The food: Most ingredients are sourced within about 25 miles, which means local fish and chips plus smoked meats and oyster and shrimp po-boys.
The cost: Starters and sides $4 - $16, mains $9 - $28, BBQ by the pound $9 - $36, beer $5 - $7, wine $8 - $12, cocktails $8 - $35.