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This family-owned famous restaurant has created a casual and comfortable family-friendly spot in the French Quarter. A full bar with sports and news television adds to the casual, fun atmosphere. Remoulade's plays host to a daily New Orleans food festival offering everything from gumbo, chock full of fresh seafood, to good old American burgers. Regardless of what you choose, the price is always fair.
Situated in the French Quarter, Oceana Grill has a sterling reputation as one of New Orleans' best seafood restaurants. Open late, Oceana serves hungry locals and tourists alike a delicious array of seafood. Entrees like the Redfish Oceana or the Blackened Bayou Duck are always favorites, though it's hard to find a dish here that isn't tasty. Fresh seafood, a convenient location and a convivial atmosphere makes this French Quarter establishment a great choice for a meal.
Homemade ice cream and wonderfully hand-crafted sodas lure folks into The Soda Shop. This casual John Besh café in the World War II Museum takes visitors back to the days of the counter-service soda shop. Besh uses artisan ingredients to create sweet treats, like the Steen's Cane Syrup cupcake, house-made marshmallow cream pie and Very Very Local Berry Shakes. Need something with a little more substance? Order one of The Soda Shop's sandwiches, like the grilled pimento with roasted jalapeno country ham, or the Bad Mamma Jamma with pork gravy. Moreover, breakfast is served daily.
Louisiana Pizza Kitchen is great for the eyes as well as the taste buds. This dimly lit cozy restaurant features artwork by some of the best up and coming artists in New Orleans. The art rotates so frequently that each time you go there is something new to delight your eyes. The young, hip clientele arrives en mass for the wood fired gourmet pizzas. The pizza is, without a doubt, some of the best. Do not discount the many pasta dishes.
This New Orleans institution has such a wide-reaching reputation that even President Obama has sampled its offerings. Come here to get your hands around a poor boy (or po'boy) sandwich, a Louisiana traditional submarine sandwich. The sandwiches come in all varieties, from barbecued beef and charbroiled hamburger to grilled shrimp and oven-cooked turkey. Whatever you try, it's sure to be uniquely delicious.
Slim Goodies Diner is a neighborhood joint where guests can head for a quick breakfast. The interiors feature a medley of whimsical colors: glossy red sofas, olive green accents and grayish-blue walls, which are adorned with a plethora of clippings, posters, pictures and flags. The menu offers typical breakfast items like French toast, egg sandwich, cheese fries served with jalapeño peppers and bacon, pancake stacks and fruit cups. Each dish has attractive garnishes, thus increasing one's appetite. The fast service and the inexpensive prices make this a popular local eatery.
Midway Pizza brings deep-dish delight to New Orleans. This family-friendly Freret Corridor pizza spot serves up a New Orleans twist on Chicago-style deep-dish pizza. Signature varieties include The Kingpin (loaded with meatballs, caramelized onion, Parmesan and green onions), and the Don Flamenco (topped with Sun dried tomatoes, proscuitto and Gorgonzola). Don't miss the daily Freret Jet Lunch Buffet, which includes a house or Caesar salad (and as many slices as you can eat).
Jacques-Imo's Cafe is a vibrant and charming dining establishment in the heart of uptown NoLa. This place specializes in Cajun and Creole flavors, featuring signature classics such as shrimp and alligator sausage cheesecake, shrimp etoufee, as well as fried green tomatoes. The whole family will love the soulful food and colorful, vibrant environment.
If you are a hunting for some really good cheeseburgers and crispy fries in New Orleans, Camellia Grill is one of the best places to check out. The restaurant is a favorite among locals for its hamburgers, milkshakes and omelets. The specialty apple pie with vanilla ice cream is a must try. The seating arrangement in the restaurant is at the counter with only 29 stools available, so consider yourself lucky if you get a seat. A very busy restaurant, definitely a very economical choice to have a nice meal.