Most People Don’t Know The History Of New Orleans’ Most Iconic Street Vendor

Most New Orleanians have a Lucky Dog story. If you’ve ever spent any time in the French Quarter, you’ve seen these iconic 7-foot carts on the streets, and you’ve probably waited in line to get your hands on one in the wee hours of the morning. But most people don’t know the history of this iconic street vendor, so let’s take a look at how Lucky Dogs came to be and how they became a symbol of the Vieux Carre.

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