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A classic French bakery on Magazine Street. If you are looking for a pastry or croissant for breakfast, head here for some of our favorites. It’s sandwiches are also perfect for a quick grab-and-go lunch if you in a rush. Favorites: Croissants, tarts, Parisenne sandwich
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La Boulangerie
4600 Magazine Street
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A classic French bakery on Magazine Street. If you are looking for a pastry or croissant for breakfast, head here for some of our favorites. It’s sandwiches are also perfect for a quick grab-and-go lunch if you in a rush. Favorites: Croissants, tarts, Parisenne sandwich
If you are looking for a casual, neighborhood pizza joint, this is the place. But don’t be fooled, as this is some of the best pizza around. The pizzas are unique and prepared in an Italian wood-fired oven. Favorites: Calabrese Pizza, Roasted Cauliflower, Garlic Knots
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PIZZA domenica
4933 Magazine Street
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If you are looking for a casual, neighborhood pizza joint, this is the place. But don’t be fooled, as this is some of the best pizza around. The pizzas are unique and prepared in an Italian wood-fired oven. Favorites: Calabrese Pizza, Roasted Cauliflower, Garlic Knots
When you’ve had enough fried food in the city, go to St. James for some of the best salads and sandwiches. Every dish uses the freshest ingredients and cheese from around the world to create deliciousness. Favorites: Hooks Cheddar Sandwich, Mozzarella Sandwich, Cantal Salad
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St. James Cheese Company - Uptown
5004 Prytania Street
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When you’ve had enough fried food in the city, go to St. James for some of the best salads and sandwiches. Every dish uses the freshest ingredients and cheese from around the world to create deliciousness. Favorites: Hooks Cheddar Sandwich, Mozzarella Sandwich, Cantal Salad
This family poboy shop has been open for over 70 years. It is a staple that draws crowds during peak hours. But don’t be deterred by the line: it moves quick and the poboy is worth it! Favorites: Fried Oyster Poboy, Fried Shrimp Poboy, Roast Beef Poboy
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Domilise's Po-Boy & Bar
5240 Annunciation Street
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This family poboy shop has been open for over 70 years. It is a staple that draws crowds during peak hours. But don’t be deterred by the line: it moves quick and the poboy is worth it! Favorites: Fried Oyster Poboy, Fried Shrimp Poboy, Roast Beef Poboy
Chef Adam has perfected the burger. This simple, yet delicious burger is polished off with a comprehensive mayo bar. Don’t miss it! Favorites: Company Burger, French Fries, Basil Mayo (a must!)
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The Company Burger
4600 Freret Street
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Chef Adam has perfected the burger. This simple, yet delicious burger is polished off with a comprehensive mayo bar. Don’t miss it! Favorites: Company Burger, French Fries, Basil Mayo (a must!)
This cash only restaurant is a neighborhood spot for great breakfast and brunch. The breakfast is delicious, but the spot is known for its great, freshly squeezed juices. If you go, a juice is a must. Favorites: Boudin Breakfast Biscuit, Banana Foster French Toast, Apple Juice
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Surrey's Uptown
4807 Magazine Street
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This cash only restaurant is a neighborhood spot for great breakfast and brunch. The breakfast is delicious, but the spot is known for its great, freshly squeezed juices. If you go, a juice is a must. Favorites: Boudin Breakfast Biscuit, Banana Foster French Toast, Apple Juice
Located near the Universities, this corner cafe serves up fresh and organic dishes. Plenty of healthy food options and another spot for its juices Favorites: Green Breakfast Sandwich, Immune Booster Juice
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Satsuma Café
7901 Maple Street
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Located near the Universities, this corner cafe serves up fresh and organic dishes. Plenty of healthy food options and another spot for its juices Favorites: Green Breakfast Sandwich, Immune Booster Juice
This is an old-school restaurant tucked away in a classic Uptown neighborhood. The cozy restaurant typically requires a reservation, but the creole, classic New Orleans food is on point. Favorites: Crawfish Etoufee, Pan Roast Chicken Tchoupitoulas
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Clancy's Restaurant
6100 Annunciation Street
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This is an old-school restaurant tucked away in a classic Uptown neighborhood. The cozy restaurant typically requires a reservation, but the creole, classic New Orleans food is on point. Favorites: Crawfish Etoufee, Pan Roast Chicken Tchoupitoulas
Another classic restaurant tucked away in an Uptown neighborhood. This French, creole restaurant won’t disappoint, on both the food and the ambiance. If you go on a Friday, hang out around the bar for a glass (or two) of wine. Open late. Favorites: Mississippi Rabbit stuffed with Boudin; Bacon and Chicken Gumbo
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Patois
6078 Laurel Street
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Another classic restaurant tucked away in an Uptown neighborhood. This French, creole restaurant won’t disappoint, on both the food and the ambiance. If you go on a Friday, hang out around the bar for a glass (or two) of wine. Open late. Favorites: Mississippi Rabbit stuffed with Boudin; Bacon and Chicken Gumbo
The new Israeli restaurant is all the buzz in New Orleans. Chef Alon Shaya of Pizza Domenica brings his Middle Eastern touch to the city. One doesn’t typically associate New Orleans and Israeli food, but Chef Shaya knows what he’s doing.
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Saba
5757 Magazine St
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The new Israeli restaurant is all the buzz in New Orleans. Chef Alon Shaya of Pizza Domenica brings his Middle Eastern touch to the city. One doesn’t typically associate New Orleans and Israeli food, but Chef Shaya knows what he’s doing.
The restaurant was formerly a neighborhood grocery store that was beautifully converted into one of the best French restaurants in the city. The head chef, Chef Deviller, was recently on Top Chef, and the food in the restaurant is as good as you would guess. Favorites: Blue Crab Beignets; Pan Roasted Beef Tenderloin
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La petite grocery
4238 Magazine Street
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The restaurant was formerly a neighborhood grocery store that was beautifully converted into one of the best French restaurants in the city. The head chef, Chef Deviller, was recently on Top Chef, and the food in the restaurant is as good as you would guess. Favorites: Blue Crab Beignets; Pan Roasted Beef Tenderloin
You could walk down the street and not even know you walked by one of the best restaurants in the city. The restaurant, located on a quiet New Orleans street, is simply superb. The menu here changes every six weeks, but you can’t go wrong when ordering. It’s a little fancy, so make sure to bring your required jacket.
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Gautreau's Restaurant
1728 Soniat Street
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You could walk down the street and not even know you walked by one of the best restaurants in the city. The restaurant, located on a quiet New Orleans street, is simply superb. The menu here changes every six weeks, but you can’t go wrong when ordering. It’s a little fancy, so make sure to bring your required jacket.
This restaurant has perfected the donut, and not just any kind of donut. Each morning the owners create 6 new donut flavors (look them up on Instagram for a tease). If you aren’t in the mood for a decadent donut, try one of their delicious sliders (they are always creating something new) or iced coffee. You can’t go wrong at this fun place. Favorites: Any donut, Fried chicken slider, iced coffee
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District Donuts Sliders Brew
2209 Magazine Street
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This restaurant has perfected the donut, and not just any kind of donut. Each morning the owners create 6 new donut flavors (look them up on Instagram for a tease). If you aren’t in the mood for a decadent donut, try one of their delicious sliders (they are always creating something new) or iced coffee. You can’t go wrong at this fun place. Favorites: Any donut, Fried chicken slider, iced coffee
It will be hard to miss this restaurant, as there is a 10 foot skillet fixed to the exterior of the building. If you’re lucky, the restaurant will have its build-your-own bloody mary bar to compliment your meal. Favorites: Cochon Du L’Eggs, Eggs Atchafalaya
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Atchafalaya
901 Louisiana Avenue
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It will be hard to miss this restaurant, as there is a 10 foot skillet fixed to the exterior of the building. If you’re lucky, the restaurant will have its build-your-own bloody mary bar to compliment your meal. Favorites: Cochon Du L’Eggs, Eggs Atchafalaya
If you happen to be shopping down Magazine and feel like eating some delicious (not-so-healthy) bratwursts from around the globe, stop here. This funky restaurant has a great patio for nicer weather. You won’t leave hungry (endless amounts of toppings! The chef’s choice is alway a fun adventure). Favorites: Alligator Sausage, Crawfish Sausage, White Trash Fries
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Dat Dog
3336 Magazine Street
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If you happen to be shopping down Magazine and feel like eating some delicious (not-so-healthy) bratwursts from around the globe, stop here. This funky restaurant has a great patio for nicer weather. You won’t leave hungry (endless amounts of toppings! The chef’s choice is alway a fun adventure). Favorites: Alligator Sausage, Crawfish Sausage, White Trash Fries
New Orleans isn’t known for its Mexican food, but this place does good Creole Mexican. This hip, funky place serves up great burrito (can get with shrimp), cheese dip (can get crawfish in it), or some smooth guacamole. This place is very quick, affordable, and good. order the cheese dip and/or guac and you get a free refill, all you gotta do is ask. Favorites: Flying Burrito, Al Pastor Burrito, Pork’n Slaw Tacos, Guacamole
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Juan's Flying Burrito - LGD
2018 Magazine Street
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New Orleans isn’t known for its Mexican food, but this place does good Creole Mexican. This hip, funky place serves up great burrito (can get with shrimp), cheese dip (can get crawfish in it), or some smooth guacamole. This place is very quick, affordable, and good. order the cheese dip and/or guac and you get a free refill, all you gotta do is ask. Favorites: Flying Burrito, Al Pastor Burrito, Pork’n Slaw Tacos, Guacamole
This is perhaps New Orleans’ most famous restaurant. If you decide to make a reservation, make sure to ask for a table in the garden room. Located upstairs, this airy room overlooking the interior courtyard is where the locals (and celebrities) like to eat. And if you go for a lunch, enjoy the $0.25 martinis. (Bring your sport coat!) Favorites: Turtle Soup, Shrimp & Tasso Henican
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Commander's Palace
1403 Washington Avenue
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This is perhaps New Orleans’ most famous restaurant. If you decide to make a reservation, make sure to ask for a table in the garden room. Located upstairs, this airy room overlooking the interior courtyard is where the locals (and celebrities) like to eat. And if you go for a lunch, enjoy the $0.25 martinis. (Bring your sport coat!) Favorites: Turtle Soup, Shrimp & Tasso Henican
nspired by Dorothy of the Wizard of Oz, the restaurant was home for many following Katrina (the Mid-City location, that is). Ruby Slipper Café has been consistently named Best New Orleans Breakfast and Brunch spot, and receives well-deserved praise from regulars who think of the café as home. Favorites: Florentine Omelet, BL2T
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The Ruby Slipper Cafe
200 Magazine Street
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nspired by Dorothy of the Wizard of Oz, the restaurant was home for many following Katrina (the Mid-City location, that is). Ruby Slipper Café has been consistently named Best New Orleans Breakfast and Brunch spot, and receives well-deserved praise from regulars who think of the café as home. Favorites: Florentine Omelet, BL2T
Located next door to the famous Cochon, the little sister restaurant is a must. The quick restaurant serves up a perfect lunch in a timely manner. The cajun flavored restaurant is one of Chef Donald Link’s finer additions to the city. Favorites: Mac-n-Cheese, Cubano, Muffaletta (if you like olives, of course)
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Cochon Butcher
930 Tchoupitoulas Street
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Located next door to the famous Cochon, the little sister restaurant is a must. The quick restaurant serves up a perfect lunch in a timely manner. The cajun flavored restaurant is one of Chef Donald Link’s finer additions to the city. Favorites: Mac-n-Cheese, Cubano, Muffaletta (if you like olives, of course)
Chef Donald Link serves the flavors of Cajun country in a rustic yet contemporary setting. Cochon means "pig" in French, so it's no surprise that the pork dishes served here are stellar. Favorites: Rabbit & Dumplings, Louisiana Cochon & Cracklins
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Cochon RESTAURANT
930 Tchoupitoulas St
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Chef Donald Link serves the flavors of Cajun country in a rustic yet contemporary setting. Cochon means "pig" in French, so it's no surprise that the pork dishes served here are stellar. Favorites: Rabbit & Dumplings, Louisiana Cochon & Cracklins
The newest member of Chef Donald Link's family of restaurants, celebrates local seafood. The vibe is pretty casual on the inside, so no need to get too fancy. And don’t be afraid from ordering the whole fish! Favorites: Fried Brussel Sprouts, Whole Grilled Fish
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Pêche Seafood Grill
800 Magazine Street
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The newest member of Chef Donald Link's family of restaurants, celebrates local seafood. The vibe is pretty casual on the inside, so no need to get too fancy. And don’t be afraid from ordering the whole fish! Favorites: Fried Brussel Sprouts, Whole Grilled Fish
Domenica, like Pizza Domenica, has some of the freshest and delicious pizza’s around. This Chef John Besh restaurant has also mastered the roasted cauliflower, so make sure to order it. Enjoy this finer Italian restaurant located in the Roosevelt Hotel.
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Domenica
123 Baronne Street
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Domenica, like Pizza Domenica, has some of the freshest and delicious pizza’s around. This Chef John Besh restaurant has also mastered the roasted cauliflower, so make sure to order it. Enjoy this finer Italian restaurant located in the Roosevelt Hotel.
Truthfully, Erin Rose is more known as a hole-in-the-wall bar. And, that’s exactly what it is. But, if you are roaming the French Quarter and looking for one of the best po-boys in town, poke your head in and make your way to the back. This pop up kitchen produces some of the tastiest po-boys the city has to offer. A little hidden gem. Favorites: Anything
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Erin Rose
811 Conti Street
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Truthfully, Erin Rose is more known as a hole-in-the-wall bar. And, that’s exactly what it is. But, if you are roaming the French Quarter and looking for one of the best po-boys in town, poke your head in and make your way to the back. This pop up kitchen produces some of the tastiest po-boys the city has to offer. A little hidden gem. Favorites: Anything
When people come into town and ask “we want quintessential New Orleans food”, this is where we take our guests. The 21 and over restaurant has become more popular over the years, but the line is worth the wait (get there early to avoid). It’s pretty rough looking on the inside, but the food is as good as it gets. True jambalaya, red beans and rice, fried chicken...yum. (they have a restaurant cat and dog that just might happen to be hanging out) Favorites: Taste plate (Fried chicken, Gumbo, Rabbit Jambalaya, Red Beans & Rice)
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Coop's Place
1109 Decatur Street
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When people come into town and ask “we want quintessential New Orleans food”, this is where we take our guests. The 21 and over restaurant has become more popular over the years, but the line is worth the wait (get there early to avoid). It’s pretty rough looking on the inside, but the food is as good as it gets. True jambalaya, red beans and rice, fried chicken...yum. (they have a restaurant cat and dog that just might happen to be hanging out) Favorites: Taste plate (Fried chicken, Gumbo, Rabbit Jambalaya, Red Beans & Rice)
Craving some raw oysters? Wanted to go to ACME Oyster House until you arrived and learned there is a 2 hour wait? Go right across the street to Felix’s where you get just as good (if not better) oysters and skip the wait. Favorites: Raw oysters, Chargrilled Oysters
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Felix's Restaurant & Oyster Bar
739 Iberville Street
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Craving some raw oysters? Wanted to go to ACME Oyster House until you arrived and learned there is a 2 hour wait? Go right across the street to Felix’s where you get just as good (if not better) oysters and skip the wait. Favorites: Raw oysters, Chargrilled Oysters
New Orleans is famous for the Hurricane (drink), but it should be known for the Monsoon, served up at Port of Call (and at its sister restaurant Snug Harbor on Frenchmen street if you want to skip the lines). The Monsoon is sure to give you the buzz for the day. But the juicy burger and stuffed baked potato is a can’t miss when paired with the Monsoon. Warning: only drink one or your next morning will….suck. Favorites: Monsoon, Burger, Baked Potato
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Port of Call
838 Esplanade Avenue
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New Orleans is famous for the Hurricane (drink), but it should be known for the Monsoon, served up at Port of Call (and at its sister restaurant Snug Harbor on Frenchmen street if you want to skip the lines). The Monsoon is sure to give you the buzz for the day. But the juicy burger and stuffed baked potato is a can’t miss when paired with the Monsoon. Warning: only drink one or your next morning will….suck. Favorites: Monsoon, Burger, Baked Potato
Without a doubt the most famous restaurant in the Quarter, the New Orleans staple is a locals destination. The typical New Orleanian might go for lunch, but after many drinks, will stay for dinner. Many locals have their own waiter who has served them for “over 30 years.” The atmosphere combined with the food and drinks will leave you with sweet memories. Jacket required! Favorites: Speckled Trout, Shrimp Remoulade
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Galatoires
209 Bourbon Street
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Without a doubt the most famous restaurant in the Quarter, the New Orleans staple is a locals destination. The typical New Orleanian might go for lunch, but after many drinks, will stay for dinner. Many locals have their own waiter who has served them for “over 30 years.” The atmosphere combined with the food and drinks will leave you with sweet memories. Jacket required! Favorites: Speckled Trout, Shrimp Remoulade
Located directly next to Coop’s Place, Cane & Table is best known for being a Rum Cocktail bar, but don’t let that confuse you: the food is outstanding. The historic renovation is beautiful to stare at while you eat and enjoy well-crafted cocktails. Or, if you are feeling just a drink sit at the bar and see what goes into each drink! Favorites: Grilled Pineapple Salad, Caribbean Breakfast
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Cane & Table
1113 Decatur St
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Located directly next to Coop’s Place, Cane & Table is best known for being a Rum Cocktail bar, but don’t let that confuse you: the food is outstanding. The historic renovation is beautiful to stare at while you eat and enjoy well-crafted cocktails. Or, if you are feeling just a drink sit at the bar and see what goes into each drink! Favorites: Grilled Pineapple Salad, Caribbean Breakfast
When guests come into town, this is our #1 brunch spot and dinner spot. Its casual, great New Orleans flare, and has that funky New Orleans feel. Dr. Bob’s art works covers the wall, and gives people something to stare at when they aren’t drooling over the Praline Bacon. Yes, the Praline Bacon. Favorites: Praline Bacon, Boudin Balls, Banana Foster French Toast, Specials
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Elizabeth's
601 Gallier Street
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When guests come into town, this is our #1 brunch spot and dinner spot. Its casual, great New Orleans flare, and has that funky New Orleans feel. Dr. Bob’s art works covers the wall, and gives people something to stare at when they aren’t drooling over the Praline Bacon. Yes, the Praline Bacon. Favorites: Praline Bacon, Boudin Balls, Banana Foster French Toast, Specials
Sometimes you are just in the mood for some good BBQ. And this is the spot...or the joint. The brisket is perfectly smoked, and the baked beans are cooked to perfection. Favorites: Brisket, Pulled Pork, Baked Beans, Mac-n-Cheese
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The Joint
701 Mazant St
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Sometimes you are just in the mood for some good BBQ. And this is the spot...or the joint. The brisket is perfectly smoked, and the baked beans are cooked to perfection. Favorites: Brisket, Pulled Pork, Baked Beans, Mac-n-Cheese
You are in New Orleans, and probably are going to head to Frenchmen St at some point for live music. Head down a little early, and get a table at Adolfo’s. You might have to wait (only seats about 15 people), but don’t worry: the Creole Italian food is amazing. But whatever your order, make sure to get the Ocean Sauce on top: Crawfish, Crab Meat, Shrimp and plenty of butter. (The restaurant is tricky to find, but its located above the Apple Barrel Bar. If you have to wait, you can go into the Apple Barrel and listen to live music).
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Adolfo's
611 Frenchmen Street
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You are in New Orleans, and probably are going to head to Frenchmen St at some point for live music. Head down a little early, and get a table at Adolfo’s. You might have to wait (only seats about 15 people), but don’t worry: the Creole Italian food is amazing. But whatever your order, make sure to get the Ocean Sauce on top: Crawfish, Crab Meat, Shrimp and plenty of butter. (The restaurant is tricky to find, but its located above the Apple Barrel Bar. If you have to wait, you can go into the Apple Barrel and listen to live music).
Three Muses is perfect for those looking to experience some live music and tasty food. The seating is limited, so arrive early. Good food, good drinks, good music = winner. Favorites: Cheese Plate, Strip Steak
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Three Muses
536 Frenchmen St
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Three Muses is perfect for those looking to experience some live music and tasty food. The seating is limited, so arrive early. Good food, good drinks, good music = winner. Favorites: Cheese Plate, Strip Steak
If its a nice morning and you are wanting something quick and tasty, head to Pagoda cafe. The cafe is a local hotspot for baked goods and artisan sandwiches. The menu changes daily, but you can’t go wrong with the breakfast tacos. Favorites: Breakfast tacos
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Pagoda Café
1430 North Dorgenois Street
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If its a nice morning and you are wanting something quick and tasty, head to Pagoda cafe. The cafe is a local hotspot for baked goods and artisan sandwiches. The menu changes daily, but you can’t go wrong with the breakfast tacos. Favorites: Breakfast tacos
This is perhaps one of the best known poboy shops in the city. You won’t go wrong with the roast beef poboy, but all the poboys are delicious. Favorites: Roast Beef Poboy, Alligator Poboy, Sweet Potato Fries
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Parkway Bakery & Tavern
538 Hagan Avenue
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This is perhaps one of the best known poboy shops in the city. You won’t go wrong with the roast beef poboy, but all the poboys are delicious. Favorites: Roast Beef Poboy, Alligator Poboy, Sweet Potato Fries
Consistently named as the best fried chicken in America, the family owned joint lives up to its title. The fried chicken really is that good. (They have weird hours, so check if they’re open before you go) Favorites: Fried Chicken
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Willie Mae's Scotch House
2401 Saint Ann Street
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Consistently named as the best fried chicken in America, the family owned joint lives up to its title. The fried chicken really is that good. (They have weird hours, so check if they’re open before you go) Favorites: Fried Chicken
Creative & sophisticated Vietnamese-French fare in a white-tablecloth bistro space. The menu is truly different and nothing you’ve likely seen before. Favorites: Oyster Rockefeller, Specials
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Café Minh
4139 Canal Street
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Creative & sophisticated Vietnamese-French fare in a white-tablecloth bistro space. The menu is truly different and nothing you’ve likely seen before. Favorites: Oyster Rockefeller, Specials

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交通アクセス
Uber is the fastest and easiest way to get around
During the day, the street car is a fun, historic way to see the city. Our home is only a 10 minute walk to the St. Charle's line. When the sun goes down, grab a cab, Uber, or pedi-cab. Please don’t try to walk too far, even in the French Quarter. Crime is unfortunately real in the New Orleans, and the police do the best job they can. But it’s also avoidable with the means of Uber and common sense.
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Where to eat - and avoid
Welcome to New Orleans, where you are about to eat and drink your way through your stay. The city is obviously known for its unbelievable food, which certainly won’t disappoint as long as you stay away from the French Quarter tourist traps. A good rule of thumb: if someone is standing at the door asking you to come in, or some fried shrimp platter is on display under saran wrap, keep walking.