Momentanen Aufenthaltsort festlegen
Headed by none other than Leah Chase, the Queen of Creole Cuisine herself, Dooky Chase's Restaurant is somewhat of a landmark in Mid-City. Rumor has it that the charming restaurant is more or less unchanged since its inception in 1941. Midst a cozy, homey dining area that has oodles of old-world charm and feel-good nostalgia, the restaurant serves a great range of Creole preparations along with a selection of soul food. Serving some of Louisiana's most-loved dishes like fried chicken, veal parmesan, mac 'n' cheese and such, Dooky Chase's is famous for its incredible lunch buffets that are offered between Tuesdays and Fridays. For fans of Creole cuisine, Dooky Chase's Restaurant is almost a pilgrimage; not to be missed, this one!
Who Dat Coffee Café welcomes neighborhood residence and visitors alike with a warm atmosphere and friendly faces. This cozy Marigny coffee shop and café serves from a full menu of iced and hot coffee, tea and espresso drinks along with gourmet backed goods. A full menu of brunch and lunch items, including Not Yo Mama's Cornbread, Maw-Maw's Garden Quiche, Nero's Shrimp Remoulade Salad, and a Turkey Bacon Blue Panini is available Thursday through Sunday from 8a to 5p. Indoor and patio seating are available at Who Dat Coffee Cafe. -Bethany Culp
Diners can find a taste of the Caribbean in the Crescent City with a meal at Coco Hut. This ultra casual hidden gem on Bayou Road serves up Caribbean favorites with a home cooked feel. Jerk options are always on the menu, alongside a number of seafood and vegetable dishes served with island flare. Fresh limeade is available to compliment any meal. While the standard menu is available at every meal, don't miss the daily specials spelled out on the restaurant's chalkboard. - Bethany Culp
What started as an amateur experiment by two friends has slowly caught the imagination of hungry diners craving for authentic, juicy New York-style pies known for their crisp and foldable slices. Bite into tantalizing Peppadew and Arugula pizza topped with succulent prosciutto, or try vegan versions like Vegan Garlic Spinach. The Garlic Knots are worth a mention too for their crusty texture and addictive dressing. Adding to the meal is the perfect romantic ambiance complete with string lights on an outdoor patio where you can hold engaging romantic conversations. So, the next time you want to grab a bite of your favorite New York style pie, you know where to go.
Gracious Bakery opened its doors to the people in Mid-City in August of 2012. The menu at this charming bakery comprises of freshly baked rustic breads, breakfast pastries, gourmet sandwiches for lunch and some gorgeous desserts. Apart from this, they're also pretty famous for their refreshing coffees and teas that they serve.
While Twelve Mile Limit may look like your typical corner bar, it offers more than what comes to mind at first sight. This Mid-City watering hole serves up a menu of specialty cocktails at affordable prices. Choose from wine, draft beers from local breweries like Abita or order one of the carefully crafted drinks like the signature Twelve Mile Limit, made with white rum, brandy, rye, pomegranate and lime. Don't leave Twelve Mile Limit when your stomach starts growling. Instead, order from the bar's menu of Texas style BBQ and doberge cupcakes. -Bethany Culp