NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans restaurants will soon be able to call themselves the “New Orleans Kitchen.”
The city council approved a resolution Monday that would allow restaurants to officially call themselves restaurants.
The citywide restaurant designation would be up for a vote this summer.
The resolution says the city should not be “in the business of deceiving customers about its cuisine or food-service offerings.”
Restaurants will have to adhere to city regulations and ordinances.
The resolution says they should also include an image of the city’s landmarks on their menus.
The City Council approved the resolution Monday.
It was also approved by the Louisiana Restaurant Association.