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Cafe Beignet

in Cafe, Restaurant

Serving up the quintessential New Orleans pastry (pronounced ben-yays) with coffee, as well as essential local cuisine, the Café's two locations make perfect stops for a fine bite in an old Big Easy atmosphere. Jambalaya, red beans and rice, gumbo--all the Cajun classics. At the Bourbon Street location in the Music Legends Park, live jazz starts at 10 a.m. Prime spots for breakfast, as well.

311 Bourbon Street
334 Royal Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Crazy Lobster Bar and Grill

in Restaurant

Look out onto the mighty Mississippi River from inside or out as you drink creative cocktails and dine on local Cajun and Creole favorites in the heart of New Orleans. Specializing in seafood, which explains how the lobster got onto the Louisiana menu. The cuisine also shows a Caribbean side. Laid back but prime for dancing live entertainment will complete your experience. Top spot for people watching.

500 Port of New Orleans
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Huck Finn Cafe

in Restaurant

Finn's will satisfy you and your group no matter what time of day or the occasion, and be easy on the wallet. Located in an historic French Quarter brick building, Finn's combination of the old with casual contemporary makes this a prime sports bar, as well. Good for special occasions and entertaining clients from your convention. Food is genuine, Drinks large and atmosphere welcoming.

135 Decatur St.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Juan's Flying Burrito

in Cajun & Creole, Southwestern, Mexican

How many Creole taquerias do you know? Only in New Orleans and Juan's is it. Hispanics have always influenced the city strongly, and this joint carries on that tradition by mixing two great culinary traditions. And don't let the name fool you--Juan's is a full-service, Mexican restaurant, serving quesadillas, tacos, fajitas and more. Locals definitely count it among the city's best. if not the best.

2018 Magazine St.
4724 South Carrolton Ave.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Pie, Pizzas, and Pastas

in Spirits, Pizza, Spirits, Italian

First-rate pizza and so much more. The appetizers include lobster ravioli; the salad selection is strong. Calzones and wraps complement the pasta selections from classic Bolognese to contemporary Shrimp Fra Diablo. But do not neglect the pizza--build your own pie or choose from gourmet selections. The bar is top-shelf and they are open extra late on the weekends.

814 South Peters Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Miyako

in Restaurant, Cafe

Only a few minutes Uptown from the French Quarter (take the St. Charles streetcar for great sightseeing), this Japanese seafood and steakhouse will offer a fine taste of Asia for a break from the Creole and Cajun. Everyone in the family will enjoy the entertainment of the interactive dining with the highly skilled Hibachi chefs at work right by you. Great for sushi, as well.

1403 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Krystal

in Restaurant

True, no one has to come to New Orleans to enjoy Krystal, but let's face it: Those little burgers and sandwiches just hit the spot, no matter where you are. These days try the new BBQ, with Floyd's Sweet and Southern Sauce. One of the freezes or shakes--try the banana pudding--will cool you down in the New Orleans heat. But don't take our word, trust the locals: Krystal's is a favorite spot for chow.

Bourbon St. at Canal Blvd.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Singha

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One of the best places in New Orleans to eat Thai, Singha is a popular lunch destination for downtowners and an affordable choice for dinner. The menu is packed with traditional favorites like chicken satay and pad thai. There are a few Cajun influenced dishes as well. Don't miss the vermicelli crawfish with curry and the Carondelet shrimp, a stir fry served over fried eggplant. Am I getting hungry in here?

413 Carondelet St.
7708 Maple Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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New Orleans Creole Cookery

in Seafood, Cajun & Creole, Cajun & Creole

In the heart of the French Quarter, a new venture from a group of highly successful restaurateurs quickly established itself. New Orleans Creole Cookery. Well named: "Creole" says fine cuisine and "Cookery" says we are all just folks. After all, family is the basis of Creole culture. So enjoy the Creole Cookery's welcoming atmosphere with any of the classic Creole dishes done as only in New Orleans.

508 Toulouse Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Mr. Ed's Oyster Bar and Fish House

in Seafood

French Quarter fine but casual dining on one of the city's iconic shellfish. Available raw and in traditional preparations as Oysters Bienville. Ed's twists the Rockefeller by using crawfish. This thoroughly seafood menu includes New Orleans shrimp and crab preparations, as well. The gumbo and red beans also are tops, and the menu includes chicken dishes and steak for those not keen on the fruit of the sea.

512 Bienville at Decatur
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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