Find out what International restaurants to try in Marrero. Marrero is a census-designated place (CDP) in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, United States. Marrero is on the West Bank of the Mississippi River, within the New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 36,165 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Marrero
4 based on 983 reviews
Upperline Restaurant is New Orleans, LA's local haven where tasty Louisiana cuisine, serious wine, and Creole hospitality is always served.
Owner Joanne is a treasure and her restaurant is to die for. Foie gras c'est magnifique, peartinis delicious, veal medalions in a sumptuous sauce, duck with a garlic/port sauce...yum. Our waiter Gabriel was fabulous. Away from the hubub it's worth the trip as Mr. Deniro and Mr. Bezos have found it too.
4 based on 328 reviews
Located on Magazine with big picture windows you not only enjoy some of the best in New Orleans food and preparation but you become part of the ever changing New Orleans atmosphere of the neighborhood. Can't wait to go back again!
4 based on 530 reviews
Boucherie was recommended by several musicians we know. The location is uptown just off of Carrollton St. The restaurant is in a small house. You feel like you are dining in a friendâs home. Very cozy and casual. The food is off the charts good. Very creative Southern food with an Asian twist. We started with the mussels with collard greens. Simply outstanding! Our entrees and cocktails were excellent as well. We love the bartender- very friendly and engaging. Prices were reasonable. Both my husband and I walked out of Boucherie with big smiles.
4 based on 639 reviews
Carmo is a New Orleans-based tropical restaurant and bar with a commitment to providing vegans, vegetarians and omnivores alike with healthy and affordable dishes in a warm, friendly and casual atmosphere. The menu is built upon the rich, multi-cultural c
Trendy converted warehouse restaurant with a hipster vibe. For a moment, I thought I wasnât cool enough to eat there but I think I got away with it. The menu was eclectic, with strong Mexican, Creole and Caribbean influences. Everything fresh and pretty healthy â there were numerous vegetarian, vegan and gluten free (the reason we were there, well done) options.Service was amiable but fairly clueless. It was so comically bad that it started to become part of the evening's enjoyment. Being asked if we would like to see the desert menu when we were halfway through our main courses was a particular highlight.
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