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Light fare are few and far between on the Red Gravy menu. This Central Business District cafe serves up hearty portions of home-cooked Italian food. Stop in during breakfast hours for their signature breakfast sandwiches like the Egg and Meatball or the Jim, with egg whites, turkey and spinach. For lunch, choose from daily pasta specials, hot sandwiches, deli sandwiches and daily roast specials. All dishes are available for dine-in, carry-out or delivery. -Bethany Culp
Tucked away inside the lobby of the Sheraton New Orleans, this Starbucks cafe is a popular haunt for tourists exploring the French Quarter and for those who work nearby. The cafe serves up a selection of signature coffee blends, iced teas, frapaccinos, and other beverages alongside a variety of light snacks, pastries, cakes and other goodies supplied by La Boulange bakery. With efficient service, a pleasant ambiance, and seasonal specialities, the Starbucks at the Sheraton is a great choice for a quick bite or a coffee to-go. You may also purchase some of their coffee, hot chocolate mixes, mugs and other merchandise at the cafe. Starbucks Digital Rewards can be availed at this location.
Named for its Canal Street address, 5 Fifty 5 brings fine food to downtown New Orleans diners. Executive Chef Mark Quitney creates dishes with flare in this trendy restaurant inside of the Marriot hotel. Menu highlights include dishes like the Lobster Macaroni and Cheese, Sweet Potato Gnocchi with sage and toasted pecans, and the Silverado Rack Lamb Chop and Grilled Boudin Sausage served with braised Abita greens. In addition to dinner, 5 Fifty 5 is open for breakfast and lunch. - Bethany Culp
Hobnobber’s may not cater to the health-food fanatic, but this downtown diner is sure to please anyone looking for a hearty home-style meal. Since 1987, Hobnobber’s has been serving traditional New Orleans and soul food meals. Each day features a different menu of budget-friendly meals like red beans and rice served with a breaded pork chop, a fried catfish platter, and mirliton and shrimp casserole alongside an ample portion of baked macaroni.
There are few thing in this world that are as comforting as a hearty home-cooked meal. Since its establishment in the 1950s, Mena's Palace Restaurant has been serving diners a selection of soul-satisfying local delicacies that are prepared fresh, home-style. Apart from breakfast dishes and lunch specials, the restaurant also offers a selection of po-boys, salads, pastas, and seafood dishes. A simple and friendly place to go to for a taste of Cajun and Creole cuisine the way the locals enjoy it, Mena's Palace is slowly beginning to garner attention from tourists and visitors as well. You may even purchase their homemade seasonings, salads and Italian dressing. The restaurant opens its doors daily at 7a, however closing hours vary so be sure to call ahead if you plan to visit for an evening meal.
Brother's Food Mart invites you to savor zesty chicken wings and meat pies. Open all round the clock, the fast food outlet serves fresh and succulent chicken. What makes this place a local favorite is their commitment to using the freshest ingredients and prompt service. Pocket friendly meals make you keep coming back for more.