NOLA is known for an assortment of food including the muffuletta, gumbo, po’ boy, praline, shrimp creole, and red rice and beans. There are many places to choose from, this can help you narrow your search.
Napoleon House Bar and Cafe had the best hot muffuletta. We went back twice because we could not get enough.
Commerce Restaurant is an authentic diner in the heart of the French Quarter. This is the place to enjoy a Po’ Boy.
Aunt Sally’s is a store selling many different kinds of pralines. Usually they have a sampler tray to help you make a decision for your purchase.
Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant has any kind of seafood you desire. The portion sizes are massive.
French Toast was new to town when we arrived. It is small and they allow you to make online reservations. The coconut cream stuffed french toast was a favorite.
LaFitte’s Blacksmith Shop is the oldest bar in the south. The only electricity you will find here is running from extension cords. Many people grab their drinks and head outside. This is a busy bar on Bourbon street, but tends to have an open bar seat.
Monty’s on the square has delicious Irish coffees and many choices of food. This is great people watching.
House of Blues typically has live jazz music in the dining room. The entrance is picture perfect, and often has live music to greet you. This is touristy, but we still enjoyed it.
The Old Jackson Brewery has shopping and dining all in one. It features four floors of options.
Le Booze is a bar front row to Bourbon street perfect for taking in Bourbon street, and watching sports.
Prohibition has many beers to choose from. If you are looking for local beers and live music this is your spot.
Cafe Du Monde is a coffee shop that is known for its beignet.