Whats The Best Food To Eat In New Orleans ?

Because In July Im Going Down There With My Church (:

6 Answers

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
    Best Answer

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    The best po boy sandwich is Domilise's a little family owned place outside of the quarter and is cash only.This is a best kept secret.

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    Jaquimos( Best Alligator Cheesecake and blackened red fish)

    Rio Mar

    Commanders Palace(MY FAV)

    Muriels(Turtle Soup, Goat Cheese Crepes, and Pecan crusted drum)

    Coffee Pot (FAVORITE RED BEANS and breakfast)

    Upperline( TURTLE SOUP and FISH PIQUANTE USA todays best dish



    The Joint- BBQ

    Galatoise- (Very famous and very good)

    Dick and Jennys-(EVERYTHING IS GREAT!)

    One on Hampson( BEST DUCK and OKRA GUMBO),

    Crabby Jacks Lunch Only Great FOOD owned by same guy as jaquimos because jaquimos is not open for lunch and it is cheaper.

    Brennans( BRUNCH)

    Crepe Nanou,( Love their crepes and grilled AMBERJACK)

    Brigtsens ( Everything is AWESOME)

    Yo Mamas Bar and Grill- Best Hamburgers and BOILED CRAWFISH during the season)

    GW Fins- nice restaurant with a great and nice seafood menu



    Baru- Latin American Tapas


    Domileses(awesome poboys)

    Cochon( BEst cochon du lait)


    R and O's Great Seafood and pIzza

    Galley- Great seafood home of the soft shelled crab po boy at jazz fest

    Dragos in Metairie best chargrilled oysters

    Frankie and JOhnnies- Great seafood

    Clover Grill( open 24 hrs)

    Stanley(Great Breakfast and BEST GUMBO IN THE QUARTER AND OYSTER PO BOY)

    Cafe du monde- beignets

    Verti Marte(great po boys and delivers in quarter)

    New Restaurants- Sylvian, Green goddess, Bouligny Tavern(gastro pub), High Hat Cafe, Dat Dog,

  • 8 years ago

    Louisiana has so much to offer in terms of food, especial New Orleans. To get the true taste and soul of New Orleanian cuisine, visit seafood restaurants to try some Cajun boiled crawfish. Go to a French fine dining experience, such as Restaurant August. Of course don't forget to stop by Cafe du Monde in the French Quarter for some cafe au lait (coffee and milk) and some beignets.

    Source(s): Louisiana local
  • Anonymous
    8 years ago


  • 8 years ago

    My favorite food is shrimp Po-boys! They are fantastic! Jambalaya is also awesome, definitely go to a Cajun restaurant!

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Eat Alligator or cajun foods.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    cajun food

    Source(s): Lived in Louisiana
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