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New on ResyNew Orleans

Now Open on Resy: Gris-Gris, Charlie’s Steak House, Chais Delachaise, and More

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For some people, the words “New Orleans cuisine” automatically conjure up images of savory seafood gumbos, buttery crawfish étouffées, and spicy jambalaya. While it’s true that Cajun and Creole cooking lie at the heart of the city, the Big Easy is diverse, with an increasingly varied local restaurant scene. This month’s New on Resy highlights some of our latest gems, many of which use Southern comfort food as a springboard to showcase global flavors. From Los Jefes’ Louisiana fried crawfish tacos to coconut curry mussels from Chais Delachaise, here are this month’s latest additions.

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"I use these moments to remind people how much food can make an impact and how a hot meal could mean so much to someone," says Alon Shaya. // Photos courtesy of Pomegranate Hospitality

Helping Out

‘We Have to Continue Sowing the Seeds’: Alon Shaya on New Orleans After Ida

"Friday lunch at Galatoire’s is ritual and reunion." // Photo: Erik Pronske / Getty Images

The Classics

Vigil Mass, or, A Friday Lunch at Galatoire’s In the Midst of 2021

Helping Out

‘As Beautiful As It Ever Was’: Chef Nina Compton Says It’s Time To Return to New Orleans

A spread of wine and snacks at Pluck.

One Great List

Forget Cocktails. Newcomer Pluck Wants New Orleans to Drink Wine.

Resy Spotlight

The Stories Behind Nine Menu Items at Bywater American Bistro in New Orleans

Resy Spotlight

Behind the Scenes at Nina Compton’s Newly Reopened Compère Lapin 

New on Resy

New on Resy: Compère Lapin, Luvi, Galatoire’s, and More

Favorites

What We Miss Most: A Resy Tribute to Restaurants We Love

Favorites

What We Miss Most: The New Orleans Edition

Guides

Resy’s Guide to Takeout and Delivery in New Orleans

Guides

The 2019 Resy Guide to New Year’s Eve in New Orleans

New on Resy

New on Resy: Cochon, Bayona, Herbsaint Bar & Restaurant