Commander's Palace is a New Orleans landmark and often ranks as the best restaurant in the city. ((courtesy, New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau))

Established in 1880, Commander's Palace is a New Orleans landmark that has been named the city's best restaurant numerous times. Recent honors include a first place for Chef Tory McPhail at the 2009 Great American Seafood Cook-off and being named to the Culinary Institute of America's Hall of Fame. Menu highlights include Creole favorites such as crawfish maque choux, crispy soft-shell crab, and grilled porterhouse of Colorado lamb.

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1403 Washington Avenue
70130, Louisiana New Orleans

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Telephone Number: (504) 899-8221
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