Where to Find Nola’s Best Eats

Louisiana, New Orleans Guide (B): Where to Find Nola’s Best Eats

New Orleans history of French, Spanish, and Caribbean influences is best summed up in its food. Bold Cajun and Creole flavors have made New Orleans one of the best foodie destinations in the USA and many of its best dishes can be sampled in and around the historic French Quarter. With that in mind here is my self-guided food French Quarter food tour.

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor and have to stress that this itinerary should be spread out over a few days. There is a lot of brown in these dishes and many are fried or covered in butter. You have been warned.

First up on this self-guided French Quarter food tour is Johnny’s Po’ Boys. This no-frills sandwich shop serves up New Orleans favorite handheld meal in a seemingly endless way. What is a Po’ Boy exactly? French bread traditionally packed with sloppy roast beef or fried seafood, topped with shredded lettuce and sauce. Blackened chicken and catfish are personal favorites but you can get them in pretty much any variation. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Where to Find Nola’s Best Eats
Guide Location: USA » New Orleans
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Johnny’s Po’ Boys   Coop’s Place   Antoine’s   Café du Monde   Central Grocery & Deli   Café Amelie   Magnolia Sugar & Spice Praline Kitchen & Hot Sauce Bar  
Author: Shaun Robertson
Read it on author's website: http://www.thislifeintrips.com/self-guided-french-quarter-food-tour/