At one point, New Orleans had the largest Irish population in the South and many of those immigrants settled in the area of New Orleans called the Irish Channel. Generally, the borders of the neighborhood are accepted to be Magazine Street to the north, Jackson Avenue to the east, the Mississippi River to the south, and Toledano Street or Louisiana Avenue to the west.
Today, the area is dotted with top-notch restaurants, bars, and coffee shops, from a fine-dining standout to an innovative breakfast joint to a classic po’ boy destination. Here are Eater’s picks for where to dine in the Irish Channel, arranged geographically as always.
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