The city of New Orleans offers a unique blend of dining options. Individuals who will be attending the BSC Sugar Bowl on January 2, 2009 can choose between casual dining and fine dining in the city. Whether they are fans of Alabama or Utah, no trip would be complete with the New Orleans dining experience.
The House of Blues has only been around since 1994. However, it serves some of the best food in the city. They offer down home Southern cuisine. The food doesn’t taste bland nor is it too spicy. Patrons can eat anything from hamburger to seafood dishes. The restaurant is located on 225 Decatur Street. Before going to the restaurant, customers can glance at their menu at http://www.neworleansrestaurants.com/houseofblues/index.html. Customers can make reservations, although this is not a requirement.
Another place to experience New Orleans dining during the Sugar Bowl is the Red Fish Grill. It provides casual fine dining. They serve fresh seafood daily. They also help the local economy by purchasing their seafood from local fishermen. It has been voted the best seafood restaurant four years in a row. It is located in the French Quarters on 115 Bourbon Street, between Canal and Iberville streets. More information about the restaurant can be obtained by visiting http://www.neworleansrestaurants.com/redfishgrill/.
For those who want something quick to eat before attending the Sugar Bowl, Café Beignet is the place to go. Although it served beignets and coffee, it has a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. In addition to beignets, they serve waffles and other breakfast items. They also serve Southern dishes like red beans and rice and seafood po-boys. They also have full line of desserts to choose from. The restaurant is located on 311 Bourbon Street. To look at all Café Beignet has to offer in New Orleans dining, visit the web at http://www.neworleansrestaurants.com/cafebeignet/.
If for some reason football fans don’t want to eat Louisiana cuisine, they can eat at Reginelli’s Restaurant. This pizzeria has an extensive menu showcasing their various pizzas. Customers can also customize their pizza by choosing from their list of more than 20 toppings. They also have other Italian favorites like calzones and pasta. The restaurant is located at 741 State Street. For more information about Reginelli’s, visit their official website at http://www.reginellis.com/.
While many individual may enjoy casual New Orleans dining, others may want to sample food from one of their many fine dining establishments. One of the most popular places to enjoy fine dining is Broussard’s Restaurant. Established in 1920, Broussard’s décor is reminiscent of the Old South. Customers can enjoy their meal in the courtyard or one of the three dining rooms. They have a strict dress code of business casual and no jeans and t-shirts. Customers must also be prepared to spend a little more for a fine dining experience. Broussard’s is located at 819 Rue Conti. For more information, log on to http://www.broussards.com/#start.
These are just a few of the restaurants that attendees to the BCS Sugar Bowl can visit for New Orleans dining. Other restaurants can be located on the web at http://www.neworleansrestaurants.com/index.shtml. This website lists the restaurants in categories and in some cases provided the prices for some of the establishments.