New Orleans: Something for everyone.
Thousands of restaurants line the city’s streets and range from inexpensive neighborhood joints that serve up great dishes like red beans and rice, fried seafood, or a Po-Boy sandwich, to white tablecloth restaurants like Galatoires, Antoines, and Arnaud’s.
If you can, have one grand meal then hit up lots of places like Napoleon House, the Acme Oyster Bar, or Café Pontalba for less expensive fare.
Need a recommendation? Ask any local. They’re always prepared to tell you their favorite restaurant or where they hope to get delicious seafood next week.