House-cured and smoked meats star at this casual "Swine Bar" progeny of the original Cochon. Boudin sausage, BBQ pork, sweet & spicy brisket, and three kinds of salami are featured attractions.
In this modern urban burger bar, the standard configuration is two patties, cooked through, draped with massive amounts of American cheese and garnished with red onion and house-made bread and butter pickles. To drink: thick shakes, interesting beers, and exotic cocktails.
The coffee is fresh and strong and available in countless iterations, the sliders are excellent (cheeseburgers especially), but it’s donuts that star, from the simplest traditional varieties to outlandish sweet/savory inventions that push the fried-dough envelope.
In this iconoclastic eatery in the heart of the French Quarter, the fare is described as “internationally inspired, chef-crafted New Orleans style sandwiches.” The roast beef debris sandwich is a winner, but so are vegan-friendly options.
A New Orleans favorite since the beginning of the 20th century, Angelo Brocato is a charming neighborhood ice cream parlor with a full repertoire of traditional Italian pastries and gelatos. Freshly-made cannoli are not to be missed.
Expertly-made toasted po boys put this little café on the good-eats map of Cajun-country. Of special note are the pot roast po boy and the meatball po boy. And do not forget to have some excellent French fries on the side.
A friendly coffee shop with lattes and smoothies of all kind, Chickorys also serves four-star gumbo and pulled brisket sandwiches, as well as outstanding white chocolate bread pudding.