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Eating your way down Magazine Street one dish at a time

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There are plenty of eateries and bars along Magazine Street. We wish we’d been able to try more, but we could only eat and drink so much.

To give you a sampling of various foods, we’ve compiled a list of small dishes and cocktails you can try at several places as you make your food/bar crawl down Magazine.

Note: it’s not really practical to do this crawl only on foot; therefore, we strongly recommend renting a bike to reach the various clusters of eateries. Or, take bus #11 to General Pershing Street to start your crawl working your way to Race Street. Your first stop along the way is:

La Petite Grocery Magazine Street

La Petit Grocery – This restaurant often ranks as one of the top 10 eateries in New Orleans. They offer a uniquely varied menu that’s pricier than other establishments listed here.

Blue Crab Beignets La Petite Grocery Magazine Street New Orleans

For this food crawl, we recommend their delicious Blue Crab Beignets. 4238 Magazine St.

From here it’s a 15-minute walk or an easier 3-minute bike ride to:

Exterior Dat Dog Magazine Street New Orleans

Dat Dog – This is not your typical hotdog stand. They offer a premium selection of sausages with unique flavors and toppings.

Duck Dog with Grilled Onions and Blackberry Sauce from Dat Dog Magazine Street New Orleans

Here we recommend their secret menu item: the Duck Special with grilled onions topped with bacon, homemade bbq sauce, blackberry sauce, and mustard – It’s really, really good! Wash it down with a cold Louisiana-brewed craft beer on tap. 3336 Magazine St.

Arana Taqueria y Cantina Sidewalk Seating Magazine Street New Orleans

Araña Taqueria Y Cantina – A good Mexican-inspired option serving uniquely flavorful dishes and fantastic cocktails.

Triple Taco Platter Arana Taqueria y Cantina Magazine Street New Orleans

We suggest ordering several of their tacos, especially the Al Pastor (grilled pork and pineapple, cilantro, and onion)

Jalapeño Pineapple Cilantro Margarita Arana Taqueria y Cantina

and the Jalapeño Pineapple Cilantro Margarita. Note: everything we tried here (and we tried a lot) was wonderful!! 3243 Magazine St.

Salu Bistro and Bar Exterior Magazine Street New Orleans

Salú Restaurant – The menu here is inspired by northern Mediterranean cuisine and features tapas-style dishes and good cocktails.

Stuffed Chicken with Crispy Spinach Salu Bistro and Bar Magazine Street New Orleans

Our suggestions are their Stuffed Chicken appetizer topped with crispy spinach,

Monaco Martini Salu Bistro

and the Monaco Martini, a refreshing infused cucumber and mint vodka cocktail. 3226 Magazine St.

Basin Seafood Magazine Street New Orleans

Basin Seafood and Spirits – As the name suggests, the menu is based around seafood dishes.

Crawfish Mac and Cheese Basin Seafood Magazine Street New Orleans

We suggest trying the crawfish mac-n-cheese

Watermelon Margarita Bason Seafood Magazine Street New Orleans

and the Watermelon Margarita. 3222 Magazine St.

Exterior Sucre Magazine Street New Orleans

Eclair Sucre Magazine Street New Orleans

Sucré – a chic pastry salon serving a selection of artisanal sweets ranging from handcrafted French macarons, Éclairs, cupcakes, and seasonal Mardi Gras King Cakes. The Éclairs are world ranked, in top 15. Sucré is located at 3025 Magazine St.

From here, it’s a 15-minute walk or 3-minute bike ride to reach:

Sign District Donuts Sliders Brew Magazine Street New Orleans

District: Donuts. Sliders. Brew – Their main menu items are: donuts, sliders, and coffee.

Chicken Slider District Donuts Sliders Brew Magazine Street New Orleans

We recommend the Cheeseburger and Fried Chicken Sliders.

District Donuts Sliders Brew Oreo Donut Magazine Street New Orleans

For dessert, try a donut. 2209 Magazine St.

Mojo Coffee House Magazine Street New Orleans

To finish off your crawl, consider a 10-minute walk or 2-minute bike ride to have your ‘after dinner’ coffee at Mojo Coffee House located at the corner of Magazine and Race Streets. This is a nice place to chill with a cup of coffee; they serve their own locally roasted brand1500 Magazine St.

Arts District Bike Rental New Orleans

We rented our bikes for this food & drink crawl from Arts District Bike Rental. They offer a great 24-hour rental rate and personal and friendly service1121 Margaret Place.

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