Explore local Garden District restaurants near our hotel

The local cuisine is a vital part of New Orleans’ culture and history, and the Garden District offers a wide range of restaurants serving modern and traditional dishes with bold flavors and plenty of character. From craft brews to jambalaya to donuts, you’ll find endless ways to satisfy both your appetite and your curiosity during your stay at Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District.

Stein's Market and Deli

Take a 10-minute walk to Stein’s Market and Deli for Philadelphia-style sandwiches, salads, and soups. This local favorite also has a breakfast menu with fresh bagels and more. Pair your meal with a cold beer from their wide, curated selection or a refreshing glass of jalapeno mint limeade.



Start your day with a 10-minute walk to District for over 100 inventive donut options, breakfast sliders, and more. They also offer artisan coffee drinks like Vietnamese iced coffee and lavender lattes, as well as classics like brewed coffee and espresso. District is also open for lunch and dinner.


Half Moon Bar & Grill

Just an 11-minute walk away, Half Moon Bar & Grill serves creative pizzas, burgers, and daily drink specials. This restaurant and bar is also home to the New Orleans Skee Ball and Drinking League. If you’re a football fan looking for a place to watch the game, try Half Moon’s Football Sunday specials.


Commander's Palace

No trip to New Orleans is complete without a meal at Commander’s Palace, located less than a mile away from our Garden District hotel. Housed in a historic building from 1893, this restaurant has been a local favorite since the 1970s and serves James Beard Award-winning Haute Creole cuisine.



For an unforgettable fusion of Israeli classics and southern flavors, take a 10-minute drive to Shaya on Magazine Street. Shaya offers a seasonal menu with dishes made from locally-sourced ingredients. This modern restaurant serves lunch and dinner, along with a menu of signature cocktails.


Gautreau's Restaurant

Take an 11-minute drive to Gautreau’s Restaurant for modern American-French cuisine in an intimate setting. This upscale dining experience is tucked away in the Garden District in a former pharmacy. Seating is limited so make sure to reserve your seats in advance (our staff is happy to help).