New Orleans Dining Guide 2019

by Marie Rodriguez

This Sicilian dessert emporium is the primary line in New Orleans’ Italian records. Between the old circle of relatives snapshots and the pastry served on doily-covered plates, the polished brass coffee maker, and, most of all, the gelato, you can trace a connection to the vintage days when Angelo Brocato first opened in 1905. The Old World techniques and flavors bring through generations of New Orleans families who’ve made it a part of their traditions and those simple pleasures strung from infant to figure to grandparent. Lunch and dinner Tue.-Sun. $

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You have peered into pastry cases and began oohing and aahing over the delights. Bywater Bakery expands this experience to the whole operation. This is a bakeshop and cafe; this is as fun as it’s innovative and tasty. It’s not just about the bakers’ craft. It’s also approximately a brilliant feel of network, an incredible feeling the neighbors convey once they drop in for a quick lunch, a cake for domestic, or just breakfast-in-a-cup to head. The upright piano isn’t right here for display. The first-class now and again visits it within the commercial enterprise, preventing use for a quick set. Breakfast and lunch day by day. $

Gracious has been performing some heavy lifting to restore the idea of the neighborhood bakery in New Orleans. Its 4 locations each have their niche, drawing from a common platform of delicious bread and bagels, gratifying sandwiches constructed on them, smooth brunch, and quick snacks from each of the savory and candy facets of the pastry case. The new downtown area, dubbed NOCHI Cafe by Gracious, adds chef Michael Doyle’s menu of approachable Mediterranean dishes for brief lunches that may be mild and continually roundly flavorful. Breakfast and lunch each day (downtown closed Sun.) $

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