17 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in New Orleans.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Bring your friends to St. Roch Market when everyone wants something different, or when you’re in the mood for Vietnamese or Egyptian food.
When you had one too many Hurricanes last night, head to Elizabeth’s in the Bywater for some huge breakfast dishes sure to help.
Paloma Cafe is a newer all-day spot in the Bywater that’s perfect for breakfast, lunch, or really anytime you want a snack and a cocktail.
When you need a break from Bourbon Street, but can’t leave the Quarter, head to Bar Tonique for a quality $5 cocktail, and no bachelor parties.
Green Goddess is a picturesque outdoor spot hidden down an alley in the French Quarter, with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options.
Killer Poboys is the best po’boy shop in the Quarter, with gourmet options like glazed pork belly, along with all of the classics.
For the best po’boy in New Orleans, head to Parkway in Mid-City and you won’t be disappointed.
Cafe Du Monde never closes - except for Christmas - so regardless if it’s 2am or 2pm, their famous beignets are always available.
Jacques-Imo’s in Uptown is part-restaurant, part-party, and one place in New Orleans that could never exist anywhere else.
You should have a muffuletta when you’re in New Orleans, and since the sandwich was invented here, get one from Central Grocery in the Quarter.
No trip to New Orleans is complete without a trip to Willie Mae’s Scotch House in the Treme for fried chicken.
Just around the corner from Bacchanal, The Joint serves all of the BBQ greatest hits and is a great spot to start a night out in the Bywater.
Feelings Cafe in the Marigny has a big courtyard patio, an Elvis-themed bar, and is a great option for afternoon cocktails and snacks.
When it’s late and you’ve spent your night bar hopping up and down Frenchmen Street, go get a sausage at Dat Dog.
Gene’s is where to go in the Marigny when you need a po’boy and a daiquiri, regardless if it’s noon or midnight.