The Italian restaurants of New Orleans are defined by their great old-world cuisine and their attentive Southern-style service. Bacco is an elegant French Quarter place owned by the famed restaurant entrepreneurs Ralph and Cindy Brennan. A perfect blend of modern and cozy, MiLa is complete with an aesthetically decorated setting with young and fresh colors and textures. Choose a chair by the huge windows or enjoy the breeze on your face as you dine on the patio at Mr. John's Ristorante. Maximo's is great for a romantic rendezvous or cozy meetings. The dining room is filled with polished wood, from the bar along one wall to the booths and small tables scattered about the rest of the floor. Domenica is under the guidance and ownership of renowned chef John Besh, with chef Alon Shaya cooking up hearty, home-style Italian dishes. For a fresh twirl on pasta and many other favorites, try one of New Orleans' unique Italian restaurants.
817 Common Street
in the Renaissance Pere Marquette hotel
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800 South Peters
Corner of Julia and South Peter Streets
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