Dante's Kitchen

★★★★★
Creative Creole with a local/global twist, in a quaint Riverbend cottage.
  • 736 Dante St

    New Orleans, LA 70130

    Cross street: River Road

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  • 504-861-3121

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Worth the wait. Very popular Sunday brunch, the best Bloody Mary (I had regular, extra spicy is an option). The "Debris & eggs" is delicious pulled pork with perfectly poached egg over a honey biscuit covered in a Demi-glaze hollandaise (a

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Worth the wait. Very popular Sunday brunch, the best Bloody Mary (I had regular, extra spicy is an option). The "Debris & eggs" is delicious pulled pork with perfectly poached egg over a honey biscuit covered in a Demi-glaze hollandaise (a

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I went to Dante's Kitchen once for brunch. The food was just okay and was incredibly over priced. The staff is not very friendly and overall service is really poor. I couldn't eat for three days afterwards. I'm not so sure it was because

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I went to Dante's Kitchen once for brunch. The food was just okay and was incredibly over priced. The staff is not very friendly and overall service is really poor. I couldn't eat for three days afterwards. I'm not so sure it was because

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We went here for my wife's graduation dinner. The food was really good. They have a good wine list. It is in a really cute house. It is sort of small but cozy.

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We went here for my wife's graduation dinner. The food was really good. They have a good wine list. It is in a really cute house. It is sort of small but cozy.

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Dante's Kitchen is a fantastic place in New Orleans. Their spoon corn bread is amazing. The restaurant is in a little converted house and is really cute. It is great for a date night.

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Dante's Kitchen is a fantastic place in New Orleans. Their spoon corn bread is amazing. The restaurant is in a little converted house and is really cute. It is great for a date night.

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I don't understand why people rave about this place. I've been a few times and was not impressed but decided to give it another chance b/c of the convenient location. We had a party of five for brunch. Two of our orders were completely

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I don't understand why people rave about this place. I've been a few times and was not impressed but decided to give it another chance b/c of the convenient location. We had a party of five for brunch. Two of our orders were completely

Pros: location

Cons: food and staff

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Dante's is one of New Orleans's absolute best restaurants. The shrimp and grits is to die for and you really can't go wrong with of the entrees. My favorite is the gulf fish amandine. I've eaten here at least 10 times and have never had a

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Dante's is one of New Orleans's absolute best restaurants. The shrimp and grits is to die for and you really can't go wrong with of the entrees. My favorite is the gulf fish amandine. I've eaten here at least 10 times and have never had a

Pros: Location, waiting, service

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I went back to New Orleans to visit my boyfriend and we were looking to go out one night and have a really nice dinner. A friend recommended Dante's Kitchen; for some reason I had never eaten there despite having lived in NOLA for years.

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I went back to New Orleans to visit my boyfriend and we were looking to go out one night and have a really nice dinner. A friend recommended Dante's Kitchen; for some reason I had never eaten there despite having lived in NOLA for years.

Pros: SERVICE!! food, very romantic

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My general impression of this place is that the dishes without oil (or with little oil) are fabulous and the ones with, or that are fried, are way too heavy. I've had several steamed, grilled and pan-seared fish dishes and found them

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★★★★★

My general impression of this place is that the dishes without oil (or with little oil) are fabulous and the ones with, or that are fried, are way too heavy. I've had several steamed, grilled and pan-seared fish dishes and found them

Pros: Environment, Staff, Some excellent dishes

Cons: Some dishes too oily

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We visited Dante's Kitchen for the Sunday Brunch. No musical accompaniment, but the food and presentation and service more than offset this popular feature of NO sunday brunch competition. I enjoyed a blackened shrimp in red eye gravy,

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★★★★★

We visited Dante's Kitchen for the Sunday Brunch. No musical accompaniment, but the food and presentation and service more than offset this popular feature of NO sunday brunch competition. I enjoyed a blackened shrimp in red eye gravy,

Pros: Strength of menu, Service, Bar Choices

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Co-owners Lee and Eman (chef) are fantastic hosts and talented restauranteurs. This place is a GEM. The flavors and preparation are exquisite and they make you feel like family. Thanks, guys!

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Co-owners Lee and Eman (chef) are fantastic hosts and talented restauranteurs. This place is a GEM. The flavors and preparation are exquisite and they make you feel like family. Thanks, guys!

Pros: Large Portions, Inventive Preparation, Decor, Staff

Cons: Hidden Location

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Cool, contemporary and consistent best describe this restaurant. A veteran of Uptown's landmark Commander's Palace restaurant, owner and chef Emmanuel Loubier takes a California approach to Creole cooking, meaning that a meal here is…

 

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