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Best things to do in New Orleans

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Coffee Shop
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“My favorite shop in the quarter for coffee... get boozy coffee even! Great pastries & hot plates!”
49local recommendations
Italian Restaurant
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“Simple Italian dishes, pizza & wine in an intimate, laid-back space hung with "Mona Lisa" portraits.”
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African Restaurant
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“Delicious dishes from Gambia and Cameroon. We like the bennachin and the domoda. Interesting and beautiful flavors! ”
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Mexican Restaurant
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“Authentic Mexican cuisine inspired by family recipes. Two locations (CBD & near the French Market in the Quarter). We recommend the chicken enchiladas & carrot or pineapple & cilantro margaritas!”
23local recommendations
Italian Restaurant
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“Tiny little restaurant next to the French Market is hidden in plain sight! Great Northern Italian food. It may not be well understood among visitors, but Italians became one of the biggest ethnic groups in the Quarter through the early 20th century.”
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Jazz Club
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“The Palm Court hosts trad jazz groups, and they're legit. They serve dinner, and it's a great place to see some serious trad. It's the place I'd highly recommend to hear the inside trad scene.”
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Gay Bar
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“Gay-friendly, local friendly, and all around friendly, this bar is one of the few that I still go to in the French Quarter. Drinks are strong, prices are more Bywater than FQ, and it's one of the last remaining hangouts in the Quarter that is not packed with out of towners. (Nothing wrong with tourists, but if you want an authentic local experience, go here!) During Mardi Gras, this place is a must, with its drag shows and music. All other times, come here for a stiff drink and real smiles. An excellent gateway into the Quarter, since this is in the "back" of the Quarter, on Royal. ”
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Meal Takeaway
“best fried chicken. Don't be fooled by willy mae's or chicken in a box or anywhere else. this is the winner and I have done the research. made to order with the best breading you'll ever have”
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Spiritual Center
“Ursuline Convent was a series of historic Ursuline convents in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1726, nuns from the Ursuline Convent of Rouen went to New Orleans to found a convent, run a hospital, and take care of educating young girls. ”
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Dive Bar
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“Locals and tourists intermixed in this very dark, very divey bar where some patrons don't leave until the next day”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Small Mart is tiny, mighty, and in the French Market area of the French Quarter. Its the kinda place that your pedi-cab, front desk clerk, tour guide would grab lunch and go. Vegan curry is amazing and affordable. They fly in New York City bagel dough and bake daily. It also made the top 100 restaurants for vegetarian/vegan options, by the Advocate local newspaper. ”
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Bar
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Bicycle Store
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Restaurant
“Good Food, Good Cocktails, Great Cause...profits help feed the dogs at VRC recue from Pitbulls and Parolee's”
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Museum
“Beauregard-Keyes House, 1113 Chartres Street in the Quarter, Monday to Saturday from 10am-3pm. Landmark home of prominent 19th century New Orleans figures featuring a large mansion, courtyard, gardens, & antique collection. Featured in the 1970s film Mandingo, & many others. www.bkhouse.org”
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Store
“Costumes, surplus army clothing, antiques, just everything. Go here, preferably while you're walking around with a go-cup Gutterpunk from Cafe Envie across the street.”
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