Last Updated November 12, 2015
Why We Love It: It is New Orleans’ boldest, newest haven for carnivores serving house dry-aged steaks with a serious pedigree. This restaurant knows how to handle prime red meat. What separates this particular beef emporium from the rest of the steakhouses in New Orleans is the menu's clear departure from the classic American steakhouse. Nary a wedge salad or bubbling side of creamed spinach in this posh, but comfortable French Quarter restaurant. You'll find dishes like lamb chops and chickpeas, artichoke salad dressed with tzatzkiki, couscous – the menu is stacked with dishes that point directly to the restaurant's Israeli origins, where the flagship Doris Metropolitan opened in 2003.
620 Chartres StreetNew Orleans, LA 70130