New Orleans November 09, 2018
These 7 Restaurants In New Orleans Serve The Best Grits In Town
Grits may just be the best food ever. It can be the perfect side to any breakfast dish, or steal the show in a dish like shrimp and grits. Next time you’ve got a hankering for this classic southern food, consider heading over to one of these restaurants, where they serve the best grits in town.
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1. Cafe Amelie
This historic little joint tucked away in the French Quarter is serving some of the most amazing meals in the city. On a beautiful day, take advantage of their outdoor courtyard while you feast on some of the best grits you’ve ever tasted. 912 Royal St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116.
This charming Cajun & Creole restaurant is putting a contemporary spin on Creole cuisine that’ll make your taste buds explode. Their cream cheese grits is so good, you’ll be licking the bowl. 901 Louisiana Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana 70115.
3. Cafe Fleur De Lis
For hearty food at an affordable price, you just can’t beat Cafe Fleur De Lis. Whether you just get a side of grits or their incredible shrimp & grits with a lemon cream sauce, you’re going to love either option. 307 Chartres St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.
This iconic restaurant has been around since 1938 and it’s worth the wait in line, trust us. Their grits with debris might just be one of the the best meals in the city. 401 Poydras St, New Orleans, LA 70130.
5. Mr. B’s Bistro
Tucked away in the heart of the French Quarter, Mr. B’s Bistro has been delighting New Orleanians since it opened in 1979. While they may be known for their Gumbo Ya Ya and their BBQ Shrimp, don’t pass up an opportunity to try their creamy stone ground yellow grits. Game changer! 201 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130.
Located in Jackson Square, this historic little gem has been a favorite for locals and tourists since 2001. Their pimento cheese stone ground grits are melt-in-your-mouth good and you’ll fall in love after just one bite. 801 Chartres St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116.
7. Surrey’s Juice Bar
This funky little cafe and juice bar has some of the most mouthwatering breakfast in the city, and it’s worth your while to give them a try. They’re open seven days a week, and their grits will make your taste buds explode. They have two locations: their Uptown spot is at 4807 Magazine Street and their Lower Garden District address is 1418 Magazine Street.
Where’s your favorite spot in the city for grits? Let us know in the comments below!