Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In New Orleans

Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In New Orleans

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Whether you’re craving eggs, freshly baked pastries, or just need a great cup of coffee—stat—we’ve scoured New Orleans for the best places to get the day started right.

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    When you order a juice, don't expect just your juices. They filled my up with the veggies/fruits, and had to to top it off with orange juice, apple juice, or water..... or get a 1/3 of a cup of juice -- Patrick Tyrus via Foursquare
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    Great place to stop in and grab some espresso on the way to the museum. Fresh juice and comfortable seats to hang out in if you need to get some work done. -- Adrian Phillips via Foursquare
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    For those silly people at the big hotels 2 blocks away waiting 20-deep at the lobby Starbucks, use your feet, get some fresh air, and get an awesome cafe au lait for half the price of your latte... -- Ellen Fitzenrider via Foursquare
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    Mojo's owners are actually traveling tea connoisseurs and have a wide selection. Try a Hemingway (tea & juice) or Arnold Palmer with one of their amazing loose leafs. -- Jay Colingham via Foursquare
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    Trendy coffee shop Orange Couch Coffee is home to an unexpected treat: Japanese mochi ice cream. Lychee shakes and Vietnamese coffee round out the Asian-inspired menu. -Travel Editor -- Michelin Travel & Lifestyle via Foursquare
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    You'll find all the local hipsters here but with it's fair share of tourist traffic. Cool looking spot and great coffee of course. -- Zach Willett via Foursquare
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    Ask me to make the coffee of your dreams and then pair it with one of our infamous cupcakes. -- Matthias Helfen via Foursquare
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    It's roomy and quaint, don't miss the chalkboards high on the back wall. One has the history of the building (cool). -- James Ball via Foursquare
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    The Brandy Milk Punch was delicious and similar to iced chai. The mimosa was great with a touch of pomegranate juice. The The Eggs Blackstone hit the spot. -- Matt Witthaus via Foursquare
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    Worth the trip out of the French Quarter. Best breakfast in New Orleans. Get the poached eggs on crab cakes. Or, the biscuits n' gravy. And don't miss a fresh juice. -- Richard via Foursquare
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    Go for brunch. Amazing court yard. Best New Orleans experience. Have to make reservations. Ask for Alex. Great guy. -- WillMcD via Foursquare
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    This was our favourite coffee spot in the Quarter while visiting. Well-located for a quick break during a day of walking around the neighbourhood. Cookies are a bit pricey but delicious. -- Reena B-S via Foursquare
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