New Orleans isn't called "The City of Chefs" for nothing! The historic town is home to hundreds of eclectic eateries, ranging from Creole to Japanese, and starting on September 14th, 2015, locals and visitors will be able to enjoy discounted two-course lunches and three-course dinners from more than 50 of the city's top restaurants.


Chefs Emeril Lagasse and John Besh are signing up their famous restaurants for this delicious event, and dozens more notable restaurants from around NOLA including Antoine's Restaurant, the Court of Two Sisters, and Ruth's Chris Steak House will be participating. Live to eat is considered one of the top things to do in New Orleans this fall!

new orleans we live to eat restaurantsThe mission of "We Live To Eat" is to keep all of the city’s restaurants top-of-mind with consumers while also building an emotional connection with the local food-loving community

Participating New Orleans' Restaurants

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Court of Two Sisters in the French Quarter
Over 50 restaurants will be offering specials throughout New Orleans, Louisiana. French Quarter restaurants and more will create special menus that vary from breakfast to dinner, providing diners with a true taste of New Orleans cuisine. Cafe Degas, located next to the famous Edgar Degas House on Esplanade Avenue, is offering a unique menu for both lunch and dinner, with such traditional French-inspired entrees as Crawfish Quiche, and Softshell Crab Salad.

For a full list of the 50+ restaurants participating in "We Live to Eat 2015", visit the We Live to Eat website. Restaurant menus as well as locations and information are listed on the event website.

*Need quick and easy transportation around New Orleans for the "We Live to Eat" restaurant crawl? Try a Hop-On Hop-Off New Orleans Bus Tour (Save 10% on tickets with Promo Code: BUS99).

We Live to Eat New Orleans Info

When: September 14th, 2015 - September 20th, 2015
Where: Participating restaurants throughout New Orleans
Cost: No fee for the event. Cost of food depends on restaurant menu