It's scarcely possible for one to go hungry in the Big Easy--home of belly-busters like po' boys, jambalaya and boudin--but it's best to make every precious calorie count at these hidden gems for top New Orleans food and drink. Take a gastronomic tour from the French Quarter to Uptown to the Warehouse District, and taste what lies beyond.
(Photo: Napoleon House by Christine Liu)
As the home of annual spirits convention, Tales of the Cocktail, the Big Easy is a cocktail connoisseur's summer mecca. As such, it's crawling with folks who know the city like they know their favorite cocktail shaker. On such veteran attendee is Stephen Shellenberger, who bartends at Pomodoro in Brookline. Read on for his favorite haunts in this off-the-cuff New Orleans guide.
(Photo: Christine Liu)
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