All posts tagged "city guide"

  • The Columns Hotel

    I’ve never stayed here, but I have had numerous sazeracs out on the front porch. On a warm evening, with the St. Charles Streetcar running...

  • The Loews Hotel

    I love that this hotel is outside of the Quarter, and its best-kept secret is The Swizzle Stick Lounge, where Lu Brow presides over an...

  • The Windsor Court

    This is the only hotel in New Orleans, and in all of Louisiana, to receive both Forbes Four Stars (formerly Mobil) and AAA Four Diamonds...

  • Willie Mae’s Scotch House

    The city’s best damn fried chicken served up in a no-frills shotgun shack. Cash only.

  • Domilise’s

    It’s all about one thing here: the po’ boys. People will argue the best po’ boys are either here or Parkway Tavern. Either way, you...

  • Parkway Bakery & Tavern

    It’s about a 15 min. cab ride from downtown, but since Uglesich’s closed, this is now my favorite stop for po’boys in New Orleans.

  • Cochon

    One of my favorite places to eat in New Orleans, and I can rarely decide on just one thing. Chef Donald Link is a strong...

  • Galatoire’s

    America’s oldest restaurant, still serving classic New Orleans seafood dishes by tuxedo’d waiters. Be sure to get the banana caramel bread pudding and cafe brulôt for...

  • The Camellia Grill

    Late-night or even brunch, be sure to try their incomparable pecan waffles, chocolate “freezes” and meaty, messy burger.

  • The Swizzle Stick

    One of the city’s best mixologists presides over this extensive cocktail list.

  • Johnnie’s

    Forget what they say about Al’s and Mr. Beef, this is the preeminent Italian beef stand in Chicago (technically, Elmwood Park) and the lemon ice...