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Hey all, I'm heading to New Orleans this weekend. Needless to say I'm ready...This will actually be my second time going there and I'm curious to see what are y'alls favorite spots on Bourbon St. Thanks!
With my past and future precisely divided am I at that moment....I haven't decided.
Brennan's for breakfast. Acme Oyster House is good also.
Best bar: Avenue Pub
Favorite food: Cochon Butcher, Squeal, Cafe Rani
Unless you are under 21, stay out of the French Quarter / Bourbon Street. It's the biggest hassel / bad time in the city.
Mother's is a great place for lunch. I went there after I saw it featured on Man vs. Food and absolutely loved it
Cafe Du Monde - beignets and cafe' au lait with chicory coffee. Nice relaxing breakfast. Seems to absorb some of the sweet hurricane mix from the night before.
I love to go to Nola's for dinner. Expensive but very good. Emeril Lagasse's restaurant.
Man, you're getting some good advice. The Marigny District (Frenchman Street - between Esplanade and Elysian Fields) is awesome. Off the beaten path for tourists, so mostly locals. Awesome jazz bar if you're into that. Several good restaurants in this area. Port of Call on Esplanade is supposed to have best hamburgers in NO. Central Grocery on Decatur for a muffuletta. Acme Oyster House. Mothers on Poydras. Pascal's Manale in Garden District (ride the trolley). Any of the Brennan restaurants (6 or 7 of them close to Canal Street). Cafe du Monde for coffee and bignets LATE at night. The wife and I enjoy wandering the French Quarter and just choosing a restaurant and/or bar at random. We've been very lucky with this technique. Frank's on Decatur (made up our own veal dish and Frank cooked it for us!) Wander into any bakery on the NE side of the Quarter (away from tourists). Explore, take some chances, and have fun!
Awesome! I really appreciate it y'all! And btw I am 22... So this time around I'll be doing NOLA right. Especially with y'all's awesome advice.
Alabama delenda est.
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Lived there for 3 years and this is solid advice right here. I will also throw in Yo Mamma for Burgers. It's in the French Quarter (near Pat O' I think) and if you like sushi, we loved Sake Cafe on Magazine. Still think its one of the best suhi places.
Jacques-imo's uptown is a must. Fairly casual and only moderately pricey. Wait can be long though, so either get there early or have a drink or four at Maple Leaf Bar next door, which is also a great place to see live, mostly local music.
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