lunch in cbd new orleans

Lunch in cbd new orleans

A vibrant city, there is something for everyone in the Big Easy!

New Orleans Cocktails

For an old school love potion, Arnaud’s French 75 Bar mixes that namesake drink with Cognac instead of gin. For a cocktail that’s more like dessert, order a grasshopper at Tujague’s, the bar where it was invented.

Old Institutions

Although the Pimm’s Cup is veddy British, Napoleon House popularized it locally. Ticky tacky tiki is the rage at Tiki Tolteca in the Quarter. Try the classic Mai Tai, although the shareable zombie punch is a potent tropical vacation. Proto-tiki concoctions inform the polished menu at Cane+Table, rum, spice and fruit driven recipes that pre-date LA’s surf-driven Tiki wave.

Lunch in cbd new orleans

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

This has become one of my favorite areas of New Orleans with boutique hotels, restaurants, galleries and more to explore.

National WWII Museum: Across from the Ogden Museum is the large museum dedicated to World War II with exhibitions, memorabilia and more. They also have films, a restaurant and other entertainment. 945 Magazine St.

Contemporary Art Center

St. James Cheese Company

Cochon Butcher

Commerce Restaurant

Make sure to visit The Grove Street Press, at 521 Saint Joseph St., which features wonderful greeting cards and prints that are printed on the premises.

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