Where to Eat in New Orleans

The very best places to sample the city's one-of-a-kind food scene.

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Cochon

Chefs Donald Link and Stephen Stryjewski’s rustic-chic restaurant within a renovated warehouse is a tribute to all things porcine. Using locally sourced hogs and seafood, they deliver inventive Southern Cajun–influenced delights such as pork cheeks with baby limas; Louisiana cochon with turnips, cabbage, pickled peaches and cracklins; and smothered loin with apples, caramelized onions and cheddar. Don’t miss the wood-fired oysters with chile garlic butter. 930 Tchoupitoulas St.; 504-588-2123; cochonrestaurant.com.