From one port town to another, there's nothing New Yorkers appreciate like some real Cajun cooking.
In 2016 beloved NoHo restaurant ACME underwent a culinary transformation. Brian Loiacono, new executive chef and partner, combines his classic French training with his Italian-American upbringing to showcase an eclectic variety of flavors. Cocktail list from Dev Johnson, and wine...9 Great Jones St (bet. Broadway & Lafayette St.)
Delicious American fare on an alternating menu that keeps things eternally interesting.2787 Broadway
Bourbon Street comes to Staten Island with delicious Cajun and Creole flavors, including crawfish and gator, jambalaya and gumbo, and finish up with crème Brule flambe!1072 Bay Street
Restaurant and bar in the old Black Betty space, serving cocktails, "adult" grilled cheese, and more.366 Metropolitan Ave
Bourbon Street Bar and Grill is a casual fine dining New Orleans’s restaurant serving authentic New Orleans’s Creole cuisine, on New York City's famous Restaurant Row. Old-world gas lamps and wrought iron balconies add a distinct hint of New Orlean's French Quarter.346 West 46th Street (8th and 9th Avenues)
New Orleans-styled sandwiches like a fried oyster from po' boy.35 Orchard Street
Down-home Louisiana cuisine, steeped in Cajun tendencies and barbecued sensibilities.700 9th Ave (48th St.)