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Company Burger sticks to the basics: burgers and fries. In addition to its selection of antibiotic and hormone-free beef burgers, this New Orleans diner has a number of specialty burgers, like lamb and turkey burgers. Side options include the previously mentioned fries, as well as tater tots and onion rings. Fresh food, classic flavors and a casual eating space make Company Burger a New Orleans favorite.
While police officers may be known to have a hankering for donuts, not all take it to the extreme that three New Orleans Police Department officers do. Officers Ronnie Laporte, Brandon Singleton and Dennis Gibliant are the proprietors behind Blue Dot Donuts. This Mid-City donut shop serves up traditional flavors in glazed and cake styles in addition to more interesting varieties like the Maple Glazed Bacon Long John. Pick up a box to-go or sit down in the shop to enjoy these sweet treats. -Bethany Culp
Dat Dogs offers big flavor in their small location on Freret Street. This colorful and casual restaurant caters to big appetites with a simple menu– hot dogs and fries. Choose a sausage from a menu of ten varieties. Traditionalists can opt for the German wiener or German beef wiener, while the more adventurous can go with a Slovenian sausage or alligator sausage. All sausages are served in a steamed and grilled bun and topped to the customer’s order. The toppings include different mustards, diced red onions, wasabi, sauerkraut, andouille sauce, cheddar cheese and chili. For a full meal, pair a dog with a basket of golden brown, cheese, or chili cheese fries. -Bethany Culp
Cowbell is located in the Riverbend neighborhood of NoLa. This place offers an organic take on classic American grub like burgers and sandwiches. Select from daily specials off an evolving chalkboard menu coupled with the soup of the day. Delicious items are handcrafted with farm-fresh ingredients and naturally-raised meat. Some of the specialties include lime grilled organic chicken, and natural beef burgers.
Cara Benson and her staff serve up French flavors in bountiful portions at Tartine. This small French café, tucked away near Uptown Square, serves breakfast, salads, and sandwiches on freshly baked bread, and desserts. Daily breakfast offerings include Quiche, Baked Eggs in Brioche and Scones while the lunch menu includes options like the Ham Sandwich topped with triple cream brie, butter lettuce and fig mustard on a baguette. Other favorites are the Pork Rillette on toasted baguette, and a Tuna Nicoise Salad. Decadent cakes for any occasion are available by special order. -Bethany Culp
Tag's Meat Market & Deli are sure to find satisfaction from one of the shop’s hearty sandwiches. Each sandwich, made to order, is crafted from the quality ingredients that are also for sale in the establishment’s butcher shop. Menu options include po-boys that range in length from eleven to thirty-three inches; muffuletta’s piled high with olive salad; and a super-size burger that’s sure to satiate even the biggest appetite. For a special treat, order a sausage po-boy made with Tag’s signature hot sausage. -Bethany Culp