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Where to Eat, Drink, and Snack in New Orleans: A Local’s Guide to Neighborhood Gems

Neighborhood recommendations for West Indian cuisine, boozy sno-balls, buttermilk drops, and more, from New Orleans East to the Westbank

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People travel from across the world to experience New Orleans’s famous culture, and with good reason. Even in the COVID era, the city is constantly evolving, with restaurant and bar owners bringing new atmospheres and dining experiences to the already fabulous landscape of offerings. When you live here (and happen to be a die-hard food enthusiast) it can be tough to balance trying out new options with the desire to revisit favorites, but it’s worth trying, and this guide is here to help.

Covering longtime institutions and hit newcomers from New Orleans East to the Westbank, here’s one local’s advice on where to eat, drink, snack, and party in New Orleans.

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1. The Blue Flamingo

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10800 Hayne Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70127
(504) 242-4813

This New Orleans East bar and restaurant is on the newer side, but has already become a cozy and fun neighborhood destination for good music, fish plates, stuffed bell peppers, and birria taco Tuesdays. Soul food Sunday is a great day to visit, as is Saints game day.

2. Madchef at 59th

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5941 Bullard Ave #7
New Orleans, LA 70128
(504) 442-5921
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Chef Derek Robinson Jr. is building his culinary empire with a line of seasonings called Chef Gone Mad, but it started with his wildly popular restaurant at Miracle Plaza, Madchef at 59th. His talent is clear in everything he serves, from high-end lobster and steak platters to the wings, tacos, and burgers.

3. Salads Galore & More

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7011 Read Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70127
(504) 240-6552
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This spot calls itself the “healthiest feast in New Orleans East,” offering a daily menu of salads, turkey burgers, wraps, stuffed baked potatoes, and more, with favorites like the smoked turkey breast hoagie, blackened fish sandwich, and the Witch Doctor wrap with grilled chicken and shrimp. Hours are somewhat limited, but it’s reliably open for lunch during the week.

4. Messina's Runway Cafe

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6001 Stars and Stripes Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70126
(504) 241-5300
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This Lakefront gem with art-deco decor is tucked away from many of the neighborhood’s other popular restaurants inside the historic Terminal building, and while it was closed for an extended period during the pandemic, it’s back at it with a new head chef. In addition to eggs Benedict and shrimp and grits, the longtime breakfast and lunch favorite is known for it signature sweet potato biscuits. 

5. Culture Park NOLA

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3000 Franklin Ave
New Orleans, LA 70122
(504) 520-0130
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This sprawling hub of entertainment in Gentilly is the latest from the owners of Mid City’s Bar Culture, cousins Nick Reed and Nathaniel Wilcox. Culture Park is meant for a party — the expansive outdoor space is decked out with tables, couches, swings, and a stage, hosting live DJs, numerous food vendors, and experiences like Champagne Classics and Wine at the Park. No children allowed, and prepare for parking; it gets packed on weekends.

6. Ray's On The Ave

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2005 N Broad St
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 766-6404
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Elray Holmes’s Ray’s on the Ave is a local institution (even after it moved away from its original Avenue) in large part due to Holmes himself. He’s active in the community, holding frequent meal giveaways, and cooks some of the best traditional Creole food in the city. Go for the food, Saints games, happy hour, or live music, it’s always a good visit.

Ray’s On The Ave

7. Buttermilk Drop Bakery

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1781 N Dorgenois St
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 252-4538
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New Orleans loves its buttermilk drops, and the Buttermilk Drop in the Seventh Ward makes an excellent one, of course. It’s also a great destination for homestyle breakfast and lunch, including a customer favorite, breakfast rice.

Buttermilk Drop breakfast with breakfast rice
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8. Don Villavaso on the Bayou

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3111 Grand Rte Saint John St
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 784-8179

Don Villavaso on the Bayou is a perfect hangout, situated right off tree-lined Esplanade Avenue in the heart of Bayou St. John. The large, comfortable patio and cigar area makes for a great post-dinner visit, but it’s also a destination for food — most popular are the charbroiled oysters and steaks, as well as crawfish Sundays and Friday fish fries. Can’t beat the ladies night happy hour, Fridays 5 to 8 p.m.

9. Sweet Soulfood

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1025 N Broad St
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 821-2669
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Sweet Soulfood is a boon for the New Orleans vegan community, a Treme eatery where a changing menu usually includes stuffed bell peppers greens, mac and cheese, chicken fried cauliflower, eggplant lasagna, and jambalaya, served cafeteria-style.

10. Up & Adam Eatz

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3903 Canal St
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 708-7237
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This Mid City newcomer originally operated as a coffee brand, created during the pandemic. Now up and running and a breakfast and brunch spot, it serves New Orleans-style breakfasts ranging from shrimp or catfish and grits, crawfish omelettes, beignets, and classics like eggs and bacon. 

11. Hank's Bar

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1443 N Robertson St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 339-3665
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Small and old-timey, this beloved Treme bar has been welcoming neighbors to its bright green building for years at the corner of Robertson and Kerlerec. It’s a Thursday night destination for stuffed seafood potato plates, and for fried fish, chicken plates, and seafood gumbo other days of the week (daily menus are posted on Instagram). Come nightfall, whether music is coming from the jukebox or DJ, Hank’s keeps visitors dancing.

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12. NOLASIPS Snobar And Bistro

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2633 St Claude Ave
New Orleans, LA 70117
(504) 314-1192
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The incredibly talented 22 year-old owner of NOLA Sips Snobar and Bistro, Stricen Carter, started out with a stand specializing in designer sno-balls before expanding with a boozy version on St. Claude Avenue. The bright, festive spot serves customizable alcoholic sno-balls (and other boozy drinks) as well as traditional sno-ball stand bites like nachos, wings, burgers, tacos, and more.

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13. Bar Culture

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4033 Tulane Ave
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 520-0130
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This small and lively bar was once an old Mid City gas station — its owners were seeking a location to create an out-of-town feel with New Orleans flavor. The result is one of the neighborhood’s favorite nightlife venues, where you can also catch *fully loaded* chargrilled oysters, crawfish boils, and other New Orleans specialties.

14. Tiger's Creole Cuisine

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1612 Basin St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 939-0744
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Tiger Watson runs this Treme gem, and the New Orleans native has created a lively — and delicious — destination for the neighborhood in the eight or so years he’s been open. You may end up here for the strong drinks and good vibe, but it serves some of the freshest comfort food in town — perfectly-fried catfish and shrimp, crawfish pies, wings infused with Hennessey, two kinds of yak-a-mein, and the catfish Reagan are all highlights.

Catfish Reagan
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15. Mr. Potato

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2800 Tulane Ave
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 715-9632

Mr. Potato started out as a food truck before its increasing popularity led to a restaurant on Tulane Avenue, opened in 2020. Kimberly Rollins and Ned Stalks serve up potatoes that are beyond loaded here — chose from loaded fries or baked potatoes filled or stacked with various combinations of seafood, steak, cheese, vegetables and herbs, and other craveable toppings.

16. The Good Bar

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91 French Market Pl
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 766-9832

“Where good times meet good people,” says the Good Bar, an easy-to-miss spot in a not-so-hidden area of the city, the French Quarters. After a visit to the adjacent French Market, stop here for a friendly vibe, oysters, cocktails, and hookah. It’s also surprisingly good for breakfast — build your own omelette (or try the Cajun version) or go with the French toast.

17. Victory

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339 Baronne St
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 522-8664
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Daniel Victory has been lauded as a pioneer of New Orleans craft cocktails for his high-quality cocktail bar tucked among office buildings on Baronne in the Central Business District. Catch crawfish boils, live jazz music, and drink specials throughout the week and sample the surprisingly good pizza and truffle popcorn.

Victory Bar
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18. Oak

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8118 Oak St
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 302-1485
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This Uptown hideout serves wine by the glass in addition to a selection of 100 bottles, but crafty bartenders and their creations are not to be overlooked. With a clean and crisp atmosphere, Oak offers an intimate setting for live jazz, rhythm and blues, and soul music. Visit on Wednesday for half-price bottles (under $70).

19. Heard Dat Kitchen

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2520 Felicity St
New Orleans, LA 70113
(504) 510-4248
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Chef Jeff Heard’s Central City restaurant has been serving quality interpretations of classic Creole dishes and original new creations for years, a neighborhood favorite for comforting food with a twist. Try Heard’s blackened and fried seafood dishes, the grilled cheese-gumbo combo, and signature dishes like the Superdome, made with blackened fish, lobster potatoes, and sweet corn, topped with huge, delicious onion rings. Open Monday through Saturday.

20. Ice Cream 504

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2511 Jena St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 266-2708
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With the help of his Aunt Ruby, Michael Southall, owner of Ice Cream 504, has been churning ice cream since he was a kid in Napoleonville, Louisiana. His Jena Street shop, near Freret Street, is known for simple, fresh flavors like strawberry cheesecake, peach sorbet, fruit cake, and pistachio layered with caramel and dark chocolate. The patio makes an ideal setting to enjoy some scoops.

21. Basin Seafood and Spirits

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3222 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 302-7391
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The talented chef and owner of Baru Edgar Caro opened this seafood restaurant for lighter versions of Louisiana dishes in 2016, offering a nice courtyard along a busy stretch of Magazine Street. It blends in so well it’s easy to forget about the 50 cent raw oyster Mondays, weekday happy hour, and bottomless mimosas on weekends — it’s also known for it’s great blue crab beignets, a local favorite. 

22. Island Paradise Restaurant & Grill

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635 Kepler St
Gretna, LA 70053
(504) 227-5544
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For traditional West Indian Creole food on the Westbank, look no further than Island Paradise, a hidden gem in Gretna serving dishes influenced by African, East Indian, and Asian flavors. Of the menu’s many highlights, don’t miss the doubles to start, or the Trini callaloo, or the stewed oxtails. Also the curried goat...and the tacos are surprisingly good, too.

23. Second Vine Wine

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4212 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 354-9125

Troy Gant recently moved the location of this hidden gem from the Marigny area to busy Magazine Street after it closed at the start of the pandemic. He’s back to offering an unpretentious and comfortable atmosphere Uptown, with a wide range of affordable wines sold by the glass and bottle. Second Vine hosts frequent wine tastings and can be rented for private events.

24. Talented Toya's Sweet Reality

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601 Behrman Hwy
Terrytown, LA 70056
(504) 459-2040

This sweet shop recently opened in Terrytown on the Westbank, specializing in over the top milkshakes — try to the strawberry wedding cake flavor — and custom cupcakes, wedding cake, and birthday cakes. If you’re looking to drop by, there’s usually banana pudding, pound cake, or other treats in the case.

25. Food Symphony Restaurant & Catering

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4001 Lapalco Blvd
Harvey, LA 70058
(504) 533-9966
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Family-owned and offering a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, Food Symphony on Lapalco Blvd. is the spot for delicious Louisiana specialties like Cajun pasta and shrimp Creole, as well as great ribs, crab cakes, and any variation of wings on offer. Catch a boozy happy hour — with strong drinks and discounted appetizers — Monday through Friday, 5 to 8 p.m.

Fried catfish and mac and cheese
Food Symphony Restaurant & Catering

1. The Blue Flamingo

10800 Hayne Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70127

This New Orleans East bar and restaurant is on the newer side, but has already become a cozy and fun neighborhood destination for good music, fish plates, stuffed bell peppers, and birria taco Tuesdays. Soul food Sunday is a great day to visit, as is Saints game day.

10800 Hayne Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70127

2. Madchef at 59th

5941 Bullard Ave #7, New Orleans, LA 70128

Chef Derek Robinson Jr. is building his culinary empire with a line of seasonings called Chef Gone Mad, but it started with his wildly popular restaurant at Miracle Plaza, Madchef at 59th. His talent is clear in everything he serves, from high-end lobster and steak platters to the wings, tacos, and burgers.

5941 Bullard Ave #7
New Orleans, LA 70128

3. Salads Galore & More

7011 Read Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70127

This spot calls itself the “healthiest feast in New Orleans East,” offering a daily menu of salads, turkey burgers, wraps, stuffed baked potatoes, and more, with favorites like the smoked turkey breast hoagie, blackened fish sandwich, and the Witch Doctor wrap with grilled chicken and shrimp. Hours are somewhat limited, but it’s reliably open for lunch during the week.

7011 Read Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70127

4. Messina's Runway Cafe

6001 Stars and Stripes Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70126

This Lakefront gem with art-deco decor is tucked away from many of the neighborhood’s other popular restaurants inside the historic Terminal building, and while it was closed for an extended period during the pandemic, it’s back at it with a new head chef. In addition to eggs Benedict and shrimp and grits, the longtime breakfast and lunch favorite is known for it signature sweet potato biscuits. 

6001 Stars and Stripes Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70126

5. Culture Park NOLA

3000 Franklin Ave, New Orleans, LA 70122

This sprawling hub of entertainment in Gentilly is the latest from the owners of Mid City’s Bar Culture, cousins Nick Reed and Nathaniel Wilcox. Culture Park is meant for a party — the expansive outdoor space is decked out with tables, couches, swings, and a stage, hosting live DJs, numerous food vendors, and experiences like Champagne Classics and Wine at the Park. No children allowed, and prepare for parking; it gets packed on weekends.

3000 Franklin Ave
New Orleans, LA 70122

6. Ray's On The Ave

2005 N Broad St, New Orleans, LA 70119
Ray’s On The Ave

Elray Holmes’s Ray’s on the Ave is a local institution (even after it moved away from its original Avenue) in large part due to Holmes himself. He’s active in the community, holding frequent meal giveaways, and cooks some of the best traditional Creole food in the city. Go for the food, Saints games, happy hour, or live music, it’s always a good visit.

2005 N Broad St
New Orleans, LA 70119

7. Buttermilk Drop Bakery

1781 N Dorgenois St, New Orleans, LA 70119
Buttermilk Drop breakfast with breakfast rice
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New Orleans loves its buttermilk drops, and the Buttermilk Drop in the Seventh Ward makes an excellent one, of course. It’s also a great destination for homestyle breakfast and lunch, including a customer favorite, breakfast rice.

1781 N Dorgenois St
New Orleans, LA 70119

8. Don Villavaso on the Bayou

3111 Grand Rte Saint John St, New Orleans, LA 70119

Don Villavaso on the Bayou is a perfect hangout, situated right off tree-lined Esplanade Avenue in the heart of Bayou St. John. The large, comfortable patio and cigar area makes for a great post-dinner visit, but it’s also a destination for food — most popular are the charbroiled oysters and steaks, as well as crawfish Sundays and Friday fish fries. Can’t beat the ladies night happy hour, Fridays 5 to 8 p.m.

3111 Grand Rte Saint John St
New Orleans, LA 70119

9. Sweet Soulfood

1025 N Broad St, New Orleans, LA 70119

Sweet Soulfood is a boon for the New Orleans vegan community, a Treme eatery where a changing menu usually includes stuffed bell peppers greens, mac and cheese, chicken fried cauliflower, eggplant lasagna, and jambalaya, served cafeteria-style.

1025 N Broad St
New Orleans, LA 70119

10. Up & Adam Eatz

3903 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70119

This Mid City newcomer originally operated as a coffee brand, created during the pandemic. Now up and running and a breakfast and brunch spot, it serves New Orleans-style breakfasts ranging from shrimp or catfish and grits, crawfish omelettes, beignets, and classics like eggs and bacon. 

3903 Canal St
New Orleans, LA 70119

11. Hank's Bar

1443 N Robertson St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Hank’s
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Small and old-timey, this beloved Treme bar has been welcoming neighbors to its bright green building for years at the corner of Robertson and Kerlerec. It’s a Thursday night destination for stuffed seafood potato plates, and for fried fish, chicken plates, and seafood gumbo other days of the week (daily menus are posted on Instagram). Come nightfall, whether music is coming from the jukebox or DJ, Hank’s keeps visitors dancing.

1443 N Robertson St
New Orleans, LA 70116

12. NOLASIPS Snobar And Bistro

2633 St Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117
A boozy sno-ball from Nola Sips 
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The incredibly talented 22 year-old owner of NOLA Sips Snobar and Bistro, Stricen Carter, started out with a stand specializing in designer sno-balls before expanding with a boozy version on St. Claude Avenue. The bright, festive spot serves customizable alcoholic sno-balls (and other boozy drinks) as well as traditional sno-ball stand bites like nachos, wings, burgers, tacos, and more.

2633 St Claude Ave
New Orleans, LA 70117

13. Bar Culture

4033 Tulane Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119

This small and lively bar was once an old Mid City gas station — its owners were seeking a location to create an out-of-town feel with New Orleans flavor. The result is one of the neighborhood’s favorite nightlife venues, where you can also catch *fully loaded* chargrilled oysters, crawfish boils, and other New Orleans specialties.

4033 Tulane Ave
New Orleans, LA 70119

14. Tiger's Creole Cuisine

1612 Basin St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Catfish Reagan
Tiger’s Creole Cuisine

Tiger Watson runs this Treme gem, and the New Orleans native has created a lively — and delicious — destination for the neighborhood in the eight or so years he’s been open. You may end up here for the strong drinks and good vibe, but it serves some of the freshest comfort food in town — perfectly-fried catfish and shrimp, crawfish pies, wings infused with Hennessey, two kinds of yak-a-mein, and the catfish Reagan are all highlights.

1612 Basin St
New Orleans, LA 70116

15. Mr. Potato

2800 Tulane Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119

Mr. Potato started out as a food truck before its increasing popularity led to a restaurant on Tulane Avenue, opened in 2020. Kimberly Rollins and Ned Stalks serve up potatoes that are beyond loaded here — chose from loaded fries or baked potatoes filled or stacked with various combinations of seafood, steak, cheese, vegetables and herbs, and other craveable toppings.

2800 Tulane Ave
New Orleans, LA 70119

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16. The Good Bar

91 French Market Pl, New Orleans, LA 70130

“Where good times meet good people,” says the Good Bar, an easy-to-miss spot in a not-so-hidden area of the city, the French Quarters. After a visit to the adjacent French Market, stop here for a friendly vibe, oysters, cocktails, and hookah. It’s also surprisingly good for breakfast — build your own omelette (or try the Cajun version) or go with the French toast.

91 French Market Pl
New Orleans, LA 70130

17. Victory

339 Baronne St, New Orleans, LA 70112
Victory Bar
Josh Brasted/Eater NOLA

Daniel Victory has been lauded as a pioneer of New Orleans craft cocktails for his high-quality cocktail bar tucked among office buildings on Baronne in the Central Business District. Catch crawfish boils, live jazz music, and drink specials throughout the week and sample the surprisingly good pizza and truffle popcorn.

339 Baronne St
New Orleans, LA 70112

18. Oak

8118 Oak St, New Orleans, LA 70118

This Uptown hideout serves wine by the glass in addition to a selection of 100 bottles, but crafty bartenders and their creations are not to be overlooked. With a clean and crisp atmosphere, Oak offers an intimate setting for live jazz, rhythm and blues, and soul music. Visit on Wednesday for half-price bottles (under $70).

8118 Oak St
New Orleans, LA 70118

19. Heard Dat Kitchen

2520 Felicity St, New Orleans, LA 70113

Chef Jeff Heard’s Central City restaurant has been serving quality interpretations of classic Creole dishes and original new creations for years, a neighborhood favorite for comforting food with a twist. Try Heard’s blackened and fried seafood dishes, the grilled cheese-gumbo combo, and signature dishes like the Superdome, made with blackened fish, lobster potatoes, and sweet corn, topped with huge, delicious onion rings. Open Monday through Saturday.

2520 Felicity St
New Orleans, LA 70113

20. Ice Cream 504

2511 Jena St, New Orleans, LA 70115

With the help of his Aunt Ruby, Michael Southall, owner of Ice Cream 504, has been churning ice cream since he was a kid in Napoleonville, Louisiana. His Jena Street shop, near Freret Street, is known for simple, fresh flavors like strawberry cheesecake, peach sorbet, fruit cake, and pistachio layered with caramel and dark chocolate. The patio makes an ideal setting to enjoy some scoops.

2511 Jena St
New Orleans, LA 70115

21. Basin Seafood and Spirits

3222 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115

The talented chef and owner of Baru Edgar Caro opened this seafood restaurant for lighter versions of Louisiana dishes in 2016, offering a nice courtyard along a busy stretch of Magazine Street. It blends in so well it’s easy to forget about the 50 cent raw oyster Mondays, weekday happy hour, and bottomless mimosas on weekends — it’s also known for it’s great blue crab beignets, a local favorite. 

3222 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115

22. Island Paradise Restaurant & Grill

635 Kepler St, Gretna, LA 70053

For traditional West Indian Creole food on the Westbank, look no further than Island Paradise, a hidden gem in Gretna serving dishes influenced by African, East Indian, and Asian flavors. Of the menu’s many highlights, don’t miss the doubles to start, or the Trini callaloo, or the stewed oxtails. Also the curried goat...and the tacos are surprisingly good, too.

635 Kepler St
Gretna, LA 70053

23. Second Vine Wine

4212 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115

Troy Gant recently moved the location of this hidden gem from the Marigny area to busy Magazine Street after it closed at the start of the pandemic. He’s back to offering an unpretentious and comfortable atmosphere Uptown, with a wide range of affordable wines sold by the glass and bottle. Second Vine hosts frequent wine tastings and can be rented for private events.

4212 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115

24. Talented Toya's Sweet Reality

601 Behrman Hwy, Terrytown, LA 70056

This sweet shop recently opened in Terrytown on the Westbank, specializing in over the top milkshakes — try to the strawberry wedding cake flavor — and custom cupcakes, wedding cake, and birthday cakes. If you’re looking to drop by, there’s usually banana pudding, pound cake, or other treats in the case.

601 Behrman Hwy
Terrytown, LA 70056

25. Food Symphony Restaurant & Catering

4001 Lapalco Blvd, Harvey, LA 70058
Fried catfish and mac and cheese
Food Symphony Restaurant & Catering

Family-owned and offering a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, Food Symphony on Lapalco Blvd. is the spot for delicious Louisiana specialties like Cajun pasta and shrimp Creole, as well as great ribs, crab cakes, and any variation of wings on offer. Catch a boozy happy hour — with strong drinks and discounted appetizers — Monday through Friday, 5 to 8 p.m.

4001 Lapalco Blvd
Harvey, LA 70058

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