New Orleans


Although New Orleans is known for its heavy-handed cocktail culture, food is the real art form for locals. The robust restaurant scene is as diverse as the city itself, offering a mix of old, new, Creole, French, Cajun and American cuisines, which creates a distinctly unique culinary scene. Most restaurants fall under the category of “local cuisine,” which can be anything from fried oyster po’boys at Domilise’s to duck breast with creamy seared brussel sprouts at Boucherie, finished off with a moonshine root beer float at Cochon. While the majority of eateries are family-friendly, those with kids should be sure to stop at cult favorite Café du Monde for a beignet.

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