All posts tagged "new orleans"

  • 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...

  • Commander’s Palace

    One of the city’s great restaurants. Until Hurricane Katrina, it was the oldest continuously-running restaurant in the country. After the hurricane, they completely rebuilt it,...

  • 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...

  • Dooky Chase

    Ray Charles, Louis Armstrong and other great musicians came here for homemade creole and cajun food in the mid-20th Century, and since it was rebuilt...

  • 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.

  • Top 5 Places to Celebrate Paczki Day/Fat Tuesday

    Last year, I happened to be in New Orleans for Mardi Gras, and recall it was just a week after the Saints had won the...