You’ll find Morrow’s on a busy St. Claude Avenue corner on the edge of the Marigny, which is home to one of the most interesting hybrid menus around: a mix of South Louisiana and South Korea. The product of a mother-son duo, this place serves classic New Orleans dishes like grilled redfish, which comes topped with crabmeat, and perfectly buttery chargrilled oysters alongside sweet-savory Korean barbecue short ribs. Stop by on Sundays for a busy brunch service, when, if you’re lucky, you’ll be able to experience the seasonal soft shell crab benedict in all its glory.

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Where To Eat & Stay In New Orleans

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