Antoine’s, Galatoire’s, Dooky Chase’s. Brennan’s, Broussard’s, Commander’s Palace. The list of classic New Orleans restaurants could go on. And it should – Arnaud’s, Tujague’s, Willie Mae’s. It’s impossible, it seems, to cite them all. These are the great New Orleans eating establishments to which attention must be paid. Dish by dish, they won the city its reputation as a world class dining destination – a title centuries old. (As, indeed, are some of these venerated dining rooms.) Mandina’s, Port of Call, K-Paul’s. There may be newer, shiner menus, but none that are as legendary. New Orleanians reveres them. Visitors should, too.