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For crustacean lovers and frowners alike

The Crab Claw – St. Michaels, MD

Evolving from a clam shucking and crab business, this restaurant boasts a spectacular harbor view while guests dine on fresh seafood and their renowned steamed Maryland blue crabs. Oysters, clams, shrimp, and scallops are also available on The Crab Claw...

A sandwich full of aphrodisiac

Casamento’s Restaurant – New Orleans, LA

The family restaurant takes oysters so seriously that it shuts down when they’re not in season. The oysters are meticulously scrubbed and well selected. Casamento’s is well known for their oyster loaf: a big, fat loaf of bread (they use their...

BBQ shrimp that's not BBQ'd?!

Pascal’s Manale – New Orleans, LA

Pascal’s Manale is known for its original delicious barbecued shrimp recipe. Other standouts include the fettuccine Alfredo served with crispy, well-seasoned crab cakes, and the chicken and pasta bordelaise. The veal dishes are so perfectly prepared...

Mother recommends a po-boy

Mother’s Restaurant – New Orleans, LA

Mother’s Restaurant menu samples many New Orleans home-cooked standards – from breakfast to blue-plate lunches. The classic dish is the quintessential po’boy, a sloppy French bread sandwich overloaded with meat and dressings. The...

You betta getta mufaletta!

Central Grocery – New Orleans, LA

This crowded storefront is really more like an old-time Italian deli than a restaurant. Shelves are piled high with pastas, canned mushrooms, sardines, and tomato sauces, but locals swear by the house specialty – plate-sized muffulettas. The...

Traditional Louisiana Creole Dishes

Brigtsen’s Restaurant – New Orleans, LA

Nestled in a converted 19th-century house at the Riverbend, Brigtsen’s is both down-home and upscale. The menu changes daily, with mouthwatering dishes including an appetizer of rabbit tenderloin on a tasso-parmesan grits cake with sautéed spinach...

Beignet There, Doughnut That

Cafe Du Monde – New Orleans, LA

Come to New Orleans and you’ll almost certainly find yourself visiting the city’s most famous coffee stand, the Café du Monde. Café du Monde is a coffee shop best known for its café au lait and its French-style beignets. If you are in the area,...
Pegasus in Greektown is well worth the short trip from downtown. The menu mixes standard Greek fare, including a flaming Saganaki cheese appetizer and traditional lamb and chicken dishes, with more interesting offerings like pan-fried squid. The seafood...
The Pier Shops at Caesars is a shopping mall located on the four-story Pier at Caesars on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Attached to Caesars Atlantic City via a sky bridge, The Pier Shops at Caesars features over seventy retail stores and seven restaurants...
An Atlantic City tradition, this shop has been selling salt water taffy, fudge, and other candies since 1880. Treat yourself to any of 17 mouth-watering flavors or try your taffy coated in sweet, dark chocolate, or filled with succulent fudge, nuts and...