These 6 Restaurants In New Orleans Have The Quirkiest Names But Their Food Is Delicious
They say not to judge a book by its cover, so you should definitely not judge these restaurants by their names. These six restaurants may have silly names, but their food is seriously delicious.
1. Good Bird
Opened in 2016, Good Bird is a rotisserie chicken, sandwich, and salad shop. Using high quality ingredients and buying local when available, this place is definitely going to be around for years to come. Find it at 5031 Freret St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70115.
2. Hobnobber’s Variety Bar & Restaurant
Huge portions, casual atmosphere, friendly staff… what more could you ask for? The fact that there’s a fork next to the po’boy in that picture above should tell you that this place is 10/10 napkins good. Find it at 139 Carondelet St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.
3. Jacques Imo’s
There’s a reason there’s always a line at this place—the food is out of this world. Their unique culinary creations put spins on Cajun and Creole food you’ve never seen before. Pictured above is their shrimp and alligator cheesecake. Yum! Located at 8324 Oak St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
4. The Munch Factory
From Bayou Nachos to Tuna Tacos, there’s something for everyone on the menu at the Munch Factory. Their Sunday Brunch menu has everything from the classic shrimp and grits to debris Benedict. Stop in and see why this is such a favorite among locals. Located at 1901 Sophie Wright Pl., New Orleans, Louisiana 70130.
5. Rollin Fatties
This food truck serves up mouth watering tacos, nachos, and burritos with the freshest ingredients available. If you see this food truck, stop what you’re doing and go get in line.
6. Dat Dog
When you’re in the mood for a hot dog, there’s only one place you should go. Dat dog’s hot dogs are a tasty treat anyone will love. Not only do they have mouth watering sausages like kielbasa, bratwurst, and even alligator sausage, but they also have veggie and vegan dogs. Stop by one of their locations for the best hot dog you’ve ever had. 5030 Freret Street, 3336 Magazine Street, and 601 Frenchmen Street.
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