Power Dining Hot Spots

Close your next deal at one of these business-friendly bistros. 




Riccobono’s Peppermill Restaurant 


Tommy’s Cuisine

3524 Severn Ave. • (504) 455-2266

Enjoy The flavors of Germany the whole month of October. Dinner only... German wines, beers and authentic cuisine. Wiener Schnitzel, Wiener a la Holstein, Sauerbraten, Bratwurst and more! 3-9 Wednesday – Saturday.


746 Tchoupitoulas St. • (504) 581-1103 

Tommy’s Cuisine is a locally-owned and operated restaurant located in the Warehouse District. Famous for its inspired upscale Creole-Italian cuisine, all perfectly served in an old-world atmosphere, Tommy’s has been the place to meet, eat, and drink for over a decade. Experience a world-class wine menu along with the finest dishes in the city at Tommy’s Cuisine.



Sala Restaurant + Bar 


Tsunami Sushi

124 Lake Marina Ave. • (504) 513-2670

In the line up of Riccobono family establishments, Sala is the newest to open. Sala, designed after its name, is a modernly comfortable space to make guests feel at home. The menu focuses on delicious cocktails and wines paired with delectable small plates and entrees.Happy Hour on Tuesdays through Fridays from 4 to 7pm, and late night Thursdays from 10pm to 12am, pours $5 house wines by the glass, $5 classic cocktails, half-priced draft beers and $3 off other wines and sparkling by the glass.


601 Poydras St. Suite B • (504) 608-3474

With the opening of Tsunami in the Pan American Building, edible art has come to the CBD! Talented, trendsetting chefs serve up fresh and diverse sushi rolls, nigiri and sashimi along with mouth-watering grilled fish, steaks and top shelf creations to round out the menu. Open all day Mon-Sat, plus Saints Game Sundays!