No, our tables are not covered in white linen and you won’t need a tie, jacket, or reservations (although we don’t mind if you call ahead to inquire about the wait). Most folks seem to be just fine with our overall dearth of stuffiness, though—especially when presented with our excellent menu of imaginative Creole and Italian fare prepared to perfection in this warm, welcoming setting.

In this, the original French Quarter Pizza Kitchen, you’ll always find the artwork of a local artist on the walls, only quality ingredients in every recipe, and the distinctive sounds of New Orleans music dancing in the air. Special touches like a made-from-scratch Caesar salad dressing with real anchovies, an inspired selection of seasonal menu items, and a wine cellar that has been recognized by Wine Spectator for five years running make this much more than just a New Orleans pizza joint.

And when you consider that our wait staff is comprised almost entirely of those with fine-dining experience and two of our bakers have been firing our wood-burning pizza ovens for more than 20 years, you begin to get just a glimpse of just how special this French Quarter restaurant really is.