Dress code is Business Casual — Collared shirts are required for gentlemen, jackets preferred but not required, no flip-flops, t-shirts, or shorts are permitted. The dress code will be enforced at the manager’s discretion.
No jeans , mid-drift or see through shirts, shorts or t-shirts please.
What is your dress code ? We would like our guests to feel as comfortable as possible. Dressy casual attire encouraged. Gentlemen, please no tank tops, cut-offs or athletic shorts.
What to wear. Casual chic: Wear dressy, casual and comfortable outfits for lunch or dinner at upscale eateries. Most restaurateurs, especially in the French Quarter, don’t insist on a dress code , but wearing something a little bit fancy can make the experience more memorable.
no shorts, no jeans . No shorts or tee shirtss, prefer men wear jackets at DINNER, and men must wear closed toe shoes. Basically, business casual at lunch is fine.
Galatoire’s dress code is business casual for lunch. Collared shirts are required for gentlemen. Jackets are required for gentlemen starting at 5 p.m. nightly and all-day Sunday. Darker jeans without holes or rips are allowed.
New Orleans is very casual, and jeans and heels will get you far in almost all places (bars, clubs , lounges). If you’re planning on going to a fancy dinner, then I would consider packing a dress or nice dress pants, but otherwise, the norm for girls at night is jeans, heels and a going out shirt.
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Michelin doesn’t have a restaurant guise that covers New Orleans . It’s not really relevant in the US outside of NYC and SF and a couple of other really large cities.
For Bourbon st you should wear a very revealing dress and open toe high heels and your husband should wear jorts with a Hawaiian shirt tucked in, socks, sandals and a fanny pack. Of course you should both be wearing tons of mardi gras beads since its October.
If you’re walking , stay alert and, if possible, travel with a companion. After dark, avoid strolling around by yourself. Public transit, including streetcars and taxis, is relatively safe , but driving in New Orleans can present some problems—vehicle break-ins are quite common in New Orleans , as are traffic accidents.
New Orleans Municipal Code Sec. 54-404 allows anyone to carry an open container of alcohol in the New Orleans French Quarter on the public streets, sidewalks, parks, or public rights-of-way as long as the container is not an opened glass container . Open containers of alcohol are illegal in vehicles even in New Orleans .