New Orleans’s Riverbend is a pretty Uptown neighborhood stretched roughly between Carrollton Avenue and the levee next to the Mississippi River. A treasure trove of restaurants clustered on the main thoroughfares of Carrollton and Oak Street, it’s super for exploring, with lots of locally owned shops, coffee houses, and boutiques to peruse.
When it comes to food, the neighborhood is dotted with vegan bakeries, romantic bistros, and new-school cafes, offering options for French, Lebanese, Vietnamese, and Creole cuisines. This line up doesn’t cover every restaurant, coffee shop, or bar worth visiting, but the gist is clear — lots of delicious goings on in these parts. Here is a guide to dining in New Orleans’s Riverbend, arranged geographically as always.
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