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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 only a fork is needed to cut them, and the oysters...

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 signature Ferdie special baked ham and debris (roast beef...

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 muffuletta starts with a whole loaf of round Italian bread,...

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 and a Creole mustard sauce or roast duck with...

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, stop by Cafe Du Monde at any time of the day. They are...
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