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ULTIMATE Cajun/Creole FOOD TOUR of New Orleans | CAJUN COUNTRY Food Review

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ULTIMATE Cajun / Creole Food Tour of New Orleans | 6 POUND Crawfish Boil!

6 pounds of freshly cooked boiled crawfish in New Orleans!! Can't get any fresher than this. But before that, I went on a seafood creole food tour to try some of the best comfort soul food they have to offer in New Orleans.

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✧ Gumbo Shop

✧ Mr. B's Bistro

✧ Acme Oyster House

✧ Broussard's Restaurant & Courtyard

✧ Cafe Du Monde

✧ Clesi's Restaurant & Catering


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1. CAFE DU MONDE: Beignet
ADDRESS: 56 Dreyfous Dr, New Orleans, LA
OPEN: MON-FRI 9:00AM-5:00PM | SAT-SUN 9:00AM-4:00PM
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SOCIAL: @cafedumonde

????????BEIGNET: Mix together flour, baking powder, kosher salt, eggs, granulated sugar, melted butter and pure vanilla extract to make dough. Roll and then cut it into squares. Fry the dough squares. Remove the fried squares and dust them with powdered sugar.

????PRICE: US $2.73 for 3
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2. LIL’ DIZZY’S CAFE: Fried Chicken + Gumbo + Buffet
ADDRESS: 1500 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA
OPEN: MON-SAT 7:00AM - 2:00PM | SUN 8:00AM - 2:00PM
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SOCIAL: @lildizzys

????FRIED CHICKEN: Dip the chicken pieces in an egg wash and then coat in seasoned flour. Deep fry until golden brown.

????????GUMBO: Saute flour and oil in a pot. Add onions, bell peppers and celery and saute until softened. Add chicken or seafood stock to the pot. Add the meat, gulf seafood & vegetables and 3-4 bay leaves. Cook for 30 minutes. Remove bay leaves before serving.

????PRICE: Fried Chicken US $1.50-2.00 per piece | Gumbo US $5.00-$7.00 | Buffet - US $6.99 - $17.99
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3. JOEY K’S: Eggplant Napoleon + Red Beans & Rice + Crab & Corn Beignet Balls
ADDRESS: 3001 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA
OPEN: MON-SAT 11:00AM - 9:00PM | SUN 11:00AM - 3:00PM
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????EGGPLANT NAPOLEON: Coat eggplant slices with italian bread crumbs and fry. Coat gulf shrimp with flour and fry. To make crawfish cream sauce, simmer garlic, add cream, creole seasoning, worcestershire, butter and green onion. Combine and serve.

????RED BEANS & RICE: Boil soaked beans in water or stock. Add onions, bell peppers, celery, and sausage. Add thyme and bay leaves. Bring to a simmer for about 2 hours until beans are soft. Continue to add liquid and stir until the mixture becomes creamy. Serve with Louisiana long grain or popcorn rice.

????CRAB & CORN BEIGNET BALLS: Mix together plain flour, cornmeal and baking powder. Add eggs and milk to form a batter. Add crab meat, kernels from the cooked corn on the cob and red peppers chopped finely. In a bowl, mix together herbs, lemon and cayenne and mayonnaise. Form little balls from the batter and deep fry until golden brown. Serve alongside the mayonnaise mixture.

????PRICE: Eggplant Napoleon US $11.50 | Red Beans & Rice US $9.95 | Crab & Corn Beignet Balls US $8.50
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Boiling 10,000 Crawfish!!! Epic Louisiana Crawfish Throw Down in Cajun Country!!

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1. Spuddy’s Cajun Food Restaurant: Cajun-Style Andouille + Jambalaya
ADDRESS: 2644 LA-20, Vacherie, LA 70090, USA
OPEN: N/A

????????Cajun-Style Andouille: Cut the pork into small pieces. Using a meat grinder, use a chopper plate that will grind the meat into chunks and place in bowl. Add salt and cayenne pepper to the grounded pork and mix. Stuff the pork into the andouille casing. Place the raw andouille into a smoker and allow to cook for 2 to 24 hours.

????????Jambalaya: In a cast iron pot, add hog lard and bring to a simmer. Once simmering, add chopped onion and cook until caramelized. Mix in pieces of chopped pork and allow to cook until it’s tender. Add chopped andouille and cook until brown. Add hot sauce, celery, bell peppers, smoked sausage and water into the pot. Add salt, pepper, paprika, garlic and cayenne pepper. Add more water to the mixture (roughly 1.5 gallons). Finally, add 8lbs of extra long grain rice and continuously stir for 10 minutes or until the water is gone. Cover the pot for 45 minutes, then serve when ready.

????PRICE: Cajun-Style Andouille - 8.50 USD per pound | Jambalaya - 4.00 USD per serving
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2. Spuddy’s Place: Crawfish
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????????Crawfish: Fill a large pot ⅓ to ½ with water. Bring water to a boil, then add salt, pepper, crab boil. Add the potatoes, onions, garlic, mushrooms, lemons, sausage, or anything else you like. When the potatoes are soft, shut the fire off and let it soak for half an hour to absorb the seasonings. Take everything out. Bring water to a boil then add crawfish to boiling water. Add frozen corn to the mixture and let sit for 20 minutes. When the crawfish sink, the meal is ready to serve.

????PRICE: 7.00 USD per pound
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I travel to different parts of the world, hunting down and documenting the most unique food each country has to offer. If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.

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New Orleans - HUGE FOOD TOUR!! Green Oysters, Mufuletta, Jambalaya, + Po’boys!!

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA: Welcome to New Orleans, one of the most exciting cities in the United States and one of the most delicious. Today we’re going on an ultimate food tour of the old French Quarter of New Orleans. We’ll be eating a lot of delicious and legendary food, and I’m going to share everything with you in this video now.

Thanks to Derek Robinson, my brother in law for featuring in this video. He roasts amazing coffee:

Here are the places we went:

Cafe Du Monde French Market ( - Easily the most recognizable and iconic coffee shops in New Orleans, and probably the United States, Cafe Du Monde serves unique chicory coffee and beignet. Although seemingly always packed, it’s a great place to get your day started when you’re in the French Quarter.

Central Grocery and Deli ( Price - $22.60 - Next up we walked down the road to Central Grocery and Deli, home of the original muffuletta, a gigantic round sandwich with a variety of meats and cheeses, but most importantly an olive salad. The olives are what totally set it apart.

Coop's Place ( - Price - $29 - Unfortunately Coop’s Place is only over 21, and they don’t allow filming inside. So we took our rabbit sausage jambalaya and étouffée to go. Both dishes were delicious, especially the jambalaya!

Verti Marte ( - All That Jazz Po' boy - $14.68 - Next up on this ultimate food tour in New Orleans, we stopped at Verti Marte for a giant Po’boy that included just about everything you could possibly imagine. It was a heavy sandwich but totally worth it.

Galatoire's ( - Price - $40 - $60 per person - Next up for dinner, I made a reservation at Galatoire's, known to be one of the best restaurants in New Orleans. Although they didn’t invent Oysters Rockefeller, they make a great version of them, and for me that was one of the highlights. Also, don’t miss the flaming coffee to finish your meal!

Brennan's ( - Price - $22.04 - Finally completely unplanned, because we were right around the corner, we headed to Brennan's where they invented Bananas Foster! As Derek said, the best bananas foster he’s ever had.

And that wraps up this ultimate food tour in the New Orleans French Quarter. It was an amazing day exploring Creole and Cajun cuisine and culture in New Orleans!

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We Tried The Best Authentic Food in New Orleans, Louisiana

We have arrived in a brand new state here in America - welcome to New Orleans - Louisiana where we are going to go and try find some of the best authentic food here.

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- Praline from the French Market
- Shrimp Po Boy and deep fried pickles from Parkway Bakery
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- Seafood Okra Gumbo, Shrimp Creole and Crawfish Etouffee from the Gumbo Shop

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1. BOURGEOIS MEAT MARKET: Red Boudin Sausage + Boudin Burrito + Crawfish Boudin + Hogshead Cheese
ADDRESS: 543 W Main St, Thibodaux 70301-5433, LA
OPEN: MON-FRI 7:00AM-5:00PM | SAT 7:00AM-1:00PM
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Check out Bourgeois Meat Market on Instagram: @bourgeoismeatmarket

????????RED BOUDIN SAUSAGE: Load the massive cooking pot with cut up pork and water. Cook overnight. Debone and grind the pork. Season the pork to taste and cook. Add rice and pigs blood to the mixture. Stuff mixture into the sausage casing and then link the sausages. Poach to cook the blood.

????????BOUDIN BURRITO: Wrap boudin filling in a flour tortilla.

????PRICE: Red Boudin Sausage - 5.89 USD | Boudin Burrito - 2.75 USD | Crawfish Boudin - market price | Hogshead Cheese - 5.39 USD
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2. CAJUN FRESH MARKET: Alligator Sausage + Cracklins + Frog Legs & Dipping sauce
ADDRESS: 938 US-90, Raceland, LA 70394, USA
OPEN: 8:00AM - 6:30PM
WEBSITE:
Check out Cajun Fresh Market on Instagram: @cajunfreshmarket

???????? ALLIGATOR SAUSAGE: N/A

???????? CRACKLINS: Fry pork skin and fat into small pieces.

???????? FROG LEGS & DIPPING SAUCE: Remove the skin from the frog legs and clean them using water. In a large bowl, mix cornmeal, flour, onion powder, granulated garlic and Cajun seasoning. Place the frog legs in the mixture, completely covering them. In a frying pan, add a bit of olive oil. Place the frog legs into the oil and allow to cook for 5 minutes on each side. For the dipping sauce, mix mayonnaise, ketchup, onion powder, granulated garlic and worcestershire.

????PRICE: Alligator Sausage - $4.99 USD | Cracklins - $2.99 per ½ lb bag | Frog Legs & Dripping Sauce - N/A
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Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. People either enjoyed my undeniable charm or enjoyed watching me eat things like coconut worms, and thus Best Ever Food Review Show came to be.

I travel to different parts of the world, hunting down and documenting the most unique food each country has to offer. If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.

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French Quarter New Orleans Restaurant Review: Corner Oyster House Cajun & Creole Cooking

In this episode of our New Orleans restaurant review first we feast with me on some New Orleans food in the New Orleans French Quarter at the Corner Oyster House as we enjoy this New Orleans Cajun & Creole food restaurant review video. In our New Orleans Creole & Cajun food review video we will enjoy a French Quarter lunch and find the answer to the New Orleans question of why eat in the French Quarter? The answer is because there is a lot of good food, good times and good people! The Corner Oyster House is a popular place with many tourists and a few locals to get some New Orleans Cajun & Creole food. This is also one of the main sports bars in the French Quarter as they have 15 televisions and back in 2010 I actually watched the New Orleans Saints win Superbowl XLIV here. The Corner Oyster House also has an impressive collection of team flags hanging from their ceiling and you will often see many fans here on game days. Life is returning to the French Quarter after the long shut downs and it has started to get busy again so it is great to see people out although crowds are still not back to fully normal levels. The Corner Oyster House is located in a prime spot right next to Jackson Square in the New Orleans French Quarter at 500 St Peter.

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4. River Road Recipes: The Textbook of Louisiana Cuisine:

5. LA Bouche Creole:

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7. Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning, 17 Ounce:

8. TABASCO Family Reserve Pepper Sauce, 5 Ounce:

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Must-Try New Orleans Foods: Free Tours by Foot

In today's delicious video, tour guides Andrew and Kayla take you on a tour of some of the must-eat New Orleans Foods and explain Creole and Cajun styles. MORE NOLA VIDEOS

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NEW ORLEANS FOOD: Red Beans & Rice @ CURIO • French Quarter • Cajun Food • Creole Food

This was my first visit to Curio on Royal Street. You'll see a very tasty portion of Red Beans & Rice with Smoked Sausage and miniature Hush Puppies. Enjoy !!
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Travel Search for Best Burger: Mano’s Restaurant and Bar Feeding the New Orleans Saints

In this episode of our restaurant review vlog we are on a travel search for best burger options in New Orleans visiting Mano’s Restaurant and Bar which is a great neighborhood restaurant popular with locals including many of the New Orleans Saints football team. Mano’s Restaurant is located in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie in Jefferson Parish at 6943 Saints Drive which is about 18 minutes and 11 miles away from the French Quarter. You are invited to eat with me New Orleans Southern food classics as first we feast on a breaded veal cutlet before moving on to a country fried steak then we enjoy a seafood gumbo and finish off with cheeseburger. Mano’s was opened in 1975 and is located across the street from the New Orleans saints old training facility. Due to the location of Mano’s it became a tradition for the players to eat at Mano’s after practice and this practice still continues with the result that Mano’s is filled with autographed Saints memorabilia and jerseys. Our restaurant review videos will be exploring some of the best New Orleans restaurants and this New Orleans food vlog will show you how we enjoy our New Orleans neighborhood restaurant experiences. Mano’s Restaurant is noted for being a really great spot to grab a quick meal and having some of the best food in New Orleans which they certainly have some of the top food New Orleans offers for our restaurant review vlog.

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My Amazon affiliate links for suggested recipe books and spices which generate a tiny commission for me and cost you nothing extra:

1. Tujaque's Cookbook:

2. The Picayune's Creole Cookbook:

3. Who's Your Mama, Are You Catholic, and Can You Make A Roux? (Book 1): A Cajun / Creole
Family Album Cookbook:

4. River Road Recipes: The Textbook of Louisiana Cuisine:

5. LA Bouche Creole:

6. Uglesich's Restaurant Cookbook:

7. Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning, 17 Ounce:

8. TABASCO Family Reserve Pepper Sauce, 5 Ounce:

DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you!

Thank you for supporting NOLAGent.com so I can continue to provide you with free content each week! Sharing Good Food, Good Times and Good People to help you grow your perspective on the great places to eat, drink and be merry in New Orleans along with seeing other travel destinations and getting an opinion on how they compare to the crazy world of New Orleans (AKA NOLA... short for New Orleans, Louisiana). Remember LA is NOT L.A. so let's get out there and have some fun!!!!

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New Orleans Pizza: Restaurant Review Videos of Slice Pizzeria

In this episode of our New Orleans travel vlog we visit Slice Pizzeria for our restaurant review videos to experience their New Orleans pizza. Slice Pizzeria is located in New Orleans at 1513 St. Charles Avenue which is about 11 minutes and 2 miles away from the French Quarter. Slice Pizzeria is a popular neighborhood pizza joint for getting slices of pizza and for their pasta options. When you are looking for where to eat pizza in the New Orleans area Slice Pizzeria has a selection of some really interesting medium crust pizza choices which makes it a place to enjoy a selection of New Orleans pizza options.

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My Amazon affiliate links for suggested recipe books and spices which generate a tiny commission for me and cost you nothing extra:

1. Tujaque's Cookbook:

2. The Picayune's Creole Cookbook:

3. Who's Your Mama, Are You Catholic, and Can You Make A Roux? (Book 1): A Cajun / Creole
Family Album Cookbook:

4. River Road Recipes: The Textbook of Louisiana Cuisine:

5. LA Bouche Creole:

6. Uglesich's Restaurant Cookbook:

7. Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning, 17 Ounce:

8. TABASCO Family Reserve Pepper Sauce, 5 Ounce:

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Thank you for supporting NOLAGent.com so I can continue to provide you with free content each week! Sharing Good Food, Good Times and Good People to help you grow your perspective on the great places to eat, drink and be merry in New Orleans along with seeing other travel destinations and getting an opinion on how they compare to the crazy world of New Orleans (AKA NOLA... short for New Orleans, Louisiana). Remember LA is NOT L.A. so let's get out there and have some fun!!!!

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New Orleans German American Octoberfest at Deutsches Haus & New Orleans Food Review of German Food

We have a German American Octoberfest party in New Orleans at Deutsches Haus, a 92 year old New Orleans club that traces back to an older 172 year old club, that is one of the oldest cultural membership organizations in the city. The Deutsches Haus Oktoberfest is a great New Orleans festival and is always one of the most popular events of the year. If you are looking for German bier New Orleans is not the first place to often comes to mind but the Deutsches Haus operates like a normal bar & restaurant in New Orleans so you can stop in for great German bier and German food. The New Orleans German presence dates to the earliest times of New Orleans and the German New Orleans residents have made strong contributions to the creole culture of the city. We will sample two German food meals at the Deutsches Haus for a New Orleans food review of German food in New Orleans. The Deutsches Haus Octoberfest Party 2020 has been cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions from the city BUT the Deutsches Haus will still be having a much smaller celebration of Oktoberfest during the entire month of October at the Deutsches Haus with German food, German bier and lots of fun while maintaining social distancing and other safety protocols.

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USA Travel Vlog: Mississippi Food Restaurant Review Videos of Fins Seafood

In this episode of our USA Travel Vlog we visit Laurel, Mississippi for Gulf Seafood as we visit Fins Seafood for our Mississippi food best seafood review videos. Fins Seafood is located in Laurel, MS at 1305 West 6th Street which is about 2 hours and 140 miles from the French Quarter. Fins Seafood Restaurant offers fresh seafood, traditional New Orleans style Creole seafood gumbo, po’boys, fried and grilled seafood platters along with other traditional New Orleans style food.

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My Amazon affiliate links for suggested recipe books and spices which generate a tiny commission for me and cost you nothing extra:

1. Tujaque's Cookbook:

2. The Picayune's Creole Cookbook:

3. Who's Your Mama, Are You Catholic, and Can You Make A Roux? (Book 1): A Cajun / Creole
Family Album Cookbook:

4. River Road Recipes: The Textbook of Louisiana Cuisine:

5. LA Bouche Creole:

6. Uglesich's Restaurant Cookbook:

7. Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning, 17 Ounce:

8. TABASCO Family Reserve Pepper Sauce, 5 Ounce:

DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you!

Thank you for supporting NOLAGent.com so I can continue to provide you with free content each week! Sharing Good Food, Good Times and Good People to help you grow your perspective on the great places to eat, drink and be merry in New Orleans along with seeing other travel destinations and getting an opinion on how they compare to the crazy world of New Orleans (AKA NOLA... short for New Orleans, Louisiana). Remember LA is NOT L.A. so let's get out there and have some fun!!!!

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Why Eat In New Orleans? Restaurant Review Videos of Ted's Frostop on National Fast Food Day

November 16th is National Fast Food Day so to celebrate we will pay a visit to Ted’s Frostop which is an iconic New Orleans classic fast food joint. Many people watching the NOLA Gent New Orleans food vlog who don’t like seafood and other New Orleans food might ask why eat in New Orleans? This fast food review will show you that there are plenty of places in New Orleans that serve a wide variety of food of all types. Our restaurant review videos will show you the best places to eat in New Orleans along with showing you where to eat in New Orleans to experience a wide variety of different types of food along with just plain old American style fast food like we have here at Ted’s Frostop. New Orleans has a lot of great burgers and Ted's Frostop has been featured in best fast food burger taste test episodes on TV. The Frostop brand of fast food drive ins was started by L.S. Harvey who opened the first Frostop Root Beer Stand in Springfield, Ohio in 1926. Frostop Drive-Ins had their biggest growth just after World War II and reached a peak of over 350 locations in the 1960’s and then experienced a decline in the 70’s. The largest concentrations of Frostops were in the Midwest and Deep South. Ted’s Frostop here in New Orleans opened in 1955 and has been a landmark in New Orleans since. During Hurricane Katrina in 2005 the rootbeer mug was flipped upside down and remained that way until a new owner took over and put it back right side up in 2011.

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1. Tujaque's Cookbook:

2. The Picayune's Creole Cookbook:

3. Who's Your Mama, Are You Catholic, and Can You Make A Roux? (Book 1): A Cajun / Creole
Family Album Cookbook:

4. River Road Recipes: The Textbook of Louisiana Cuisine:

5. LA Bouche Creole:

6. Uglesich's Restaurant Cookbook:

7. Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning, 17 Ounce:

8. TABASCO Family Reserve Pepper Sauce, 5 Ounce:

DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you!

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New Orleans Part 1 - Culinary Food Tour

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New Orleans in Louisiana is a great city with lots of vibrant culture & cool restaurants! Follow us in our vlog to four culinary hotspots in this Southern US city!

Our first stop is at a Cajun restaurant called Market Café located right on Decatur St in the French Market District. There we have a delicious local breakfast – a Crawfish Omelet! For more information about this restaurant visit:

Next we are headed to the French Market, which is a must-see if you visit New Orleans! The French Market is a bustling open-air flea market with locally made food, crafts and artists who are proud to share their stories with you! There we have some delicious fruity smoothies and we chat with the local artists. Visit the French Market website right here:

Follow us for dinner at Mother’s Restaurant, a cafeteria style Creole eatery! This NOLA favorite has been delighting visitors and locals alike since the 1930s, serving up expertly dressed sandwiches, a full breakfast menu, and other regional favorites. Visit for more information on this New Orleans restaurant.

We start our next day at the iconic Café du Monde! There we enjoy beignets and chicory café! Café du Monde is actually topping the list of the most-Instagrammed bakeries and cafés of the year and it is open 24 hours a day! Café du Monde’s website:

Please comment, like and subscribe for more videos! Also, New Orleans Part 2 will be uploaded soon which will take us to a very unique pepper place in the heart of the city!

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New Orleans Travel Vlog: Travel Search for Best Burgers & Roast Beef Po’boys at Parasol’s

In this episode of our New Orleans travel vlog restaurant review videos it’s time for you to eat with me a roast beef po’boy and a cheeseburger at Parasol’s Bar. In our last episode we visited Tracey’s Original Irish Channel Bar and there is a bit of a complicated history between Tracey’s and Parasol’s. There has long been a bar at the corner location that the current Parasol’s stands and from 1946 to 1952 the bar was called Tracey’s with Parasol’s history beginning in 1952 when new owners acquired it. The current owner of Tracey’s used to run Parasol’s Bar for twelve years under a lease from the original owners of Parasol’s until the building was sold to a couple from Florida in 2010. The former tenant of Parasol’s moved right up the street to open the current location of Tracey’s, that was named in honor of the history of the past bar in the area, in a much larger building that had been largely deserted for quite awhile. The couple that were the new owners of Parasol’s sadly suffered a tragedy when the husband died in 2012 and by 2019 Parasol’s had lost its liquor license due to unpaid taxes which led to Parasol’s being sold again to new owners in September of 2019. The current owners, who live in the neighborhood, did a renovation to the space which included adding an outside porch and removing the drop ceilings inside to expose the original historic character of the interior. Parasol’s Bar is located in the Irish Channel neighborhood of New Orleans at 2533 Constance Street which is about 10 minutes and 2.5 miles away from the French Quarter. This entire block between Tracey’s and Parasol’s plays host to a huge block party on St. Patrick’s Day and again for the Irish Channel St. Patrick’s Parade which if you ever get a chance you certainly need to attend as it is only outdone by Mardi Gras for fun times. I’ve been going to Parasol’s for many years but this is my first time to eat here under the new owners so I’m curious to see how the food will be. This will be a new experience for me as we continue our best burger quest as first we feast with me through the New Orleans restaurants for the best New Orleans food at the best New Orleans restaurants. In our restaurant review videos we show you the best food New Orleans has inside New Orleans best restaurants. New Orleans has a lot of great food and that also includes some of the best burgers and po’boys I have ever eaten anywhere so I don’t usually have to travel for best burger and po’boy options in New Orleans while I’m always on the lookout for new great burger and po’boy options. Join us in this visit to Parasol’s with our restaurant review video to experience what could be the USA’s best hamburger candidate but we will let you judge that for yourself. I am constantly asking where is the best hamburger and who has the best hamburger and I often find the best burgers are still found in New Orleans so we will eat with me hamburger perfection so let’s get started with a hamburger eat with me on our travel vlog.

I work for TIPS so please help support the NOLA Gent Channel won't you as it is much appreciated this is the Patreon link:

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My Amazon affiliate links for suggested recipe books and spices which generate a tiny commission for me and cost you nothing extra:

1. Tujaque's Cookbook:

2. The Picayune's Creole Cookbook:

3. Who's Your Mama, Are You Catholic, and Can You Make A Roux? (Book 1): A Cajun / Creole
Family Album Cookbook:

4. River Road Recipes: The Textbook of Louisiana Cuisine:

5. LA Bouche Creole:

6. Uglesich's Restaurant Cookbook:

7. Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning, 17 Ounce:

8. TABASCO Family Reserve Pepper Sauce, 5 Ounce:

DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you!

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New Orleans Travel Vlog: Travel Search for Best Burgers, Po’boys & Tamales at Guillory’s Deli

In this episode of our New Orleans travel vlog restaurant review videos we are in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie at Guillory’s Deli & Tamales on a travel search for the best burger, tamales and roast beef poboy options in New Orleans. Guillory’s Deli & Tamales is located in Metairie at 3708 Derbigny Street which is about 15 minutes and 8 miles away from the French Quarter. Guillory’s Deli & Tamales is inside a residential neighborhood in Metairie where it originally opened as a grocery store in 1972 and they developed their tamales in 1998. Guillory’s offers a sliced style roast beef po’boy and they also offer daily specials which makes it a very popular spot with people from the surrounding neighborhood. We continue our best burger quest as first we feast with me through the New Orleans restaurants for the best New Orleans food at the best New Orleans restaurants. In our restaurant review videos we show you the best food New Orleans has inside New Orleans best restaurants. New Orleans has a lot of great food and that also includes some of the best burgers I have ever eaten anywhere so I don’t usually have to travel for best burger options in New Orleans while I’m always on the lookout for new great burger options. Join us in this visit to Guillory’s Deli & Tamales with our restaurant review video to experience what could be the USA’s best hamburger candidate but we will let you judge that for yourself. I am constantly asking where is the best hamburger and who has the best hamburger and I often find the best burgers are still found in New Orleans so we will eat with me hamburger perfection so let’s get started with a hamburger eat with me on our travel vlog.

I work for TIPS so would you kindly help support the NOLA Gent Channel won't you as it is much appreciated this is the Patreon link:

NOLA Gent Channel:

Yelp:

Instagram:

Please Like this Video and Subscribe to the NOLA Gent Channel

If you want to help support the NOLA Gent Channel it is much appreciated this is the link:
Patreon:

My Amazon affiliate links for suggested recipe books and spices which generate a tiny commission for me and cost you nothing extra:

1. Tujaque's Cookbook:

2. The Picayune's Creole Cookbook:

3. Who's Your Mama, Are You Catholic, and Can You Make A Roux? (Book 1): A Cajun / Creole
Family Album Cookbook:

4. River Road Recipes: The Textbook of Louisiana Cuisine:

5. LA Bouche Creole:

6. Uglesich's Restaurant Cookbook:

7. Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning, 17 Ounce:

8. TABASCO Family Reserve Pepper Sauce, 5 Ounce:

DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you!

Thank you for supporting NOLAGent.com so I can continue to provide you with free content each week! Sharing Good Food, Good Times and Good People to help you grow your perspective on the great places to eat, drink and be merry in New Orleans along with seeing other travel destinations and getting an opinion on how they compare to the crazy world of New Orleans (AKA NOLA... short for New Orleans, Louisiana). Remember LA is NOT L.A. so let's get out there and have some fun!!!!

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Trying Rare Cajun Food @ Cajun Fresh Market ( featured on The Best Ever Food Review Show )

Cajun Fresh Market was featured on The Best Ever Food Review Show with Sonny Side two weeks ago and it sure got my attention. Come join us as we try some delicious cracklins, alligator sausage, alligator ball, crawfish bodin, boiled peanut and fresh strawberry lemonade at Cajun Fresh Market in Raceland, Louisiana.

Cajun Fresh Market
Address: 938 US-90, Raceland, LA 70394

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