EXPLORING,  FOODIE,  TRAVEL

Where to Eat: French Quarter, New Orleans

HOPE YOU’RE HUNGRY, MUST TRY FOOD IN FRENCH QUARTER

Obviously, we enjoy eating and New Orleans a little too much. The wife could just live in the French Quarter and pretty much knows every street and thing to do in the Quarter. That’s why we decided to compile a list of places for you to try if you haven’t already.

BREAKFAST or BRUNCH: RED RUBY SLIPPER

At the Red Ruby Slipper, you will have to plan ahead because there is always a long wait. It was a pretty tasty plate I had, so I would say it was worth the wait.

Gulf Fish St. Peter 💥🙉

MEAL WITH A VIEW: STANLEY’S

The view is not the only reason to eat at Stanley’s, the food is delicious. Stanley’s is also known for his burger. The burger, the chef, and place with heart. The story behind Stanley’s is that his grand opening was crashed by Hurricane Katrina. When everyone was getting out of Lousiana or not really helping, Chef Stanley step up to help his city. He got a grill and started serving his famous burger to anyone that needed help. I had read some stories online but it was something else hearing it from a local that went through it and now works at Stanley’s.
-burger 💥🙉

OUTDOOR & MUSIC TO GO WITH FOOD: MARKET CAFE

We really enjoy this place, the atmosphere is musical, the food very good and the staff extra friendly. We usually order a muffuletta and po-boy but I’ve had their gumbo as well.

FAMOUS MUFALATA: CENTRAL MARKET

Now I am a huge fan of muffulettas, well most food really but I really like the tasty Italian sandwich. The muffuletta is served in several places but Central Market originated this famous plate.

HOLE IN THE WALL BAR WITH GOOD CHICKEN: COOP’S PLACE

Walking distance from Jackson Square is this tiny place that if you don’t pay attention and you will miss it. It’s Cajun comfort/bar food, very delicious. We have only gone with friends since it’s not really a family place. Come on it’s a bar.

HAPPY STOMACH, HAPPY LIFE

There are other places that we have yet to try but will soon and we will update this post. We have eaten at other places that I’m not listing not because it’s not good they just were not our favorite places. If we must go back to eat at a place again, I will be writing about it.

Married to artist Leslie M. Guzman he has had to learn to go with the flow and let the adventure begin. He is a father, banker by profession and foodie by choice.

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