New Orleans January 23, 2018
This One Street In New Orleans Has Every Type Of Restaurant You Can Imagine
New Orleans has no shortage of restaurants. Seems like a new restaurant is popping up every other week, and you know what? That’s great! Food is a cornerstone of New Orleans. We may specialize in Creole and Cajun food, but we also have some amazing restaurants featuring Italian, Mexican, and Thai cuisine plus so, so many more. This particular street in New Orleans featured just about every type of restaurant you can imagine, so no matter what you’re craving, you’ll find it on Magazine Street.
Generations of New Orleanians and tourists have enjoyed the many different businesses that call Magazine Street home.
The six-mile stretch from the Garden District to Uptown features dozens of art galleries, craft shops, boutiques, antique stores, and of course, delicious restaurants.
Not only can you pick up some amazing items while shopping at one of the many antique shops and clothing boutiques, but Magazine Street also features some amazing restaurants.
No matter what you’re craving, you can find it on Magazine.
If you’re in the mood for Mexican, you can’t go wrong with Araña.
Featuring authentic Mexican cuisine inspired by Yucatan culinary traditions, this restaurant is quite popular with locals.
Enjoy their weekday happy hour from 3-7pm featuring half-priced tacos while indulging in a frozen beverage for a meal you won’t soon forget.
Located at 3242 Magazine Street.
Or maybe you’re in the mood for Thai food.
Sukho Thai is your best bet for delicious, authentic Thai food in the city.
Sukho also features several different fine wines, sakes, Asian beers, and Thai specialty cocktails that you need to try
Find them at 4519 Magazine Street.
And who doesn’t love a good brunch spot?
Head over to The Ruby Slipper Cafe for a delicious brunch.
The Ruby Slipper Cafe has expanded to five locations since it opened in 2008.
Featuring mouth watering breakfast and brunch items with a New Orleans flair, this is one restaurant everyone should check out. Located at 2802 Magazine Street.
Pizza lovers can’t pass up an opportunity to dine at Pizza Domenica.
This casual spin-off of popular restaurant Domenica Restaurant will make your taste buds explode.
Serving wood-fired pizza along with salads, pasta dishes, and delicate desserts, this may just become you new favorite pizza joint.
Find them at 4933 Magazine Street.
And for dessert, pay a visit to sucre.
Sucre has been serving delectable desserts since 2007.
Gelato, macaroons, chocolates and other confections you'll love to sink your teeth into
Located at 3025 Magazine Street.
What’s your favorite restaurant on Magazine? Let us know in the comments below!