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St Roch Market

A food hall located inside a restored building from the 1800s, St. Roch Market brings together a wide range of local vendors that serve everything from oysters to Vietnamese food, charcuterie, fresh pastries, and cocktails. It’s a great place to check out for brunch or lunch before exploring the nearby Marigny neighborhood, or if you’re with a group and everyone just happens to be in the mood for something different.

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Where To Eat And Drink In The Bywater & Marigny

The 14 best places to eat and drink in the Marigny and Bywater.

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