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    A bit divey, but hey... It's New Orleans! This place has got some of the best poboys in town and their drinks are cheap too. Their seafood poboys are great and everything but nothing beats their Roast Beef Poboys. Pictured are their Frozen Irish Coffees
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    Parkway is probably the most popular poboy place in New Orleans. It is really good, but I don't think it's the best. You won't leave disappointed if you're craving a poboy though. Pictured is their Surf and Turf Poboy
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    Surrey's is a super popular breakfast spot in New Orleans on Magazine Street. Get there early or be prepared to wait. This place is also cash only. Pictured is their Chicken Biscuit that is to die for.
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    An excellent contemporary Louisiana restaurant under the Emeril's empire. Their food here is delicious. You MUST get their Miss Hay's Stuffed Chicken wings. Pictured is the Shrimp & Grits with Sauteed Gulf Shrimp, Grilled Green Onions, Smoked Cheddar Grits, Apple Smoked Bacon, Crimini Mushrooms and Red Chili-Abita Butter Sauce
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    THE best fried chicken you will ever eat. I'll take this to the grave. You have to try this out if you love fried chicken! Pictured... their fried chicken. Don't be surprised if you see a line, and they are fried to order so split some red beans and rice with your friends. There is also a new spot on St. Charles that doesn't attract as much of a crowd.
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    A sushi spot in New Orleans that is good if you have a craving. Unfortunately this place has gone a bit downhill since they changed management. Pictured is their Aji Sushi
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    One of the more popular restaurants in New Orleans on Oak Street. Make sure you make a reservation here! The atmosphere screams authentic New Orleans at you and is pretty casual. Everything that I have tried here was amazing. Pictured is their Grilled Duck Breast with an orange-soy glaze, shiitake mushrooms and pecans
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    Crabby Jack's! Owned by the same people over the popular Jacques-Imo's restaurant on Oak Street. They're known for their overstuffed poboys that is no joke. You'll have a handful of leftover stuffing after you're all done. Their seafood is always fresh and they make a mean gumbo as well. Their cochon de lait, brisket and duck poboys are some of my favorites. Pictured is their Shrimp Poboy. 
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    A very nice seafood restaurant owned by John Besh that's located in the Hyatt Regency in the CBD of New Orleans. Their aim is to provide fresh New Orleans seafood dishes. During the week, they offer amazing $10 lunch specials. Pictured are their Duck Poppers with jalapeño and bacon
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    Coquette is a hidden gem in New Orleans that has great food and great drinks. I would highly recommend dining here. Pictured is their Cornbread Cavatelli
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    Well, fine dining really doesn't get much better than this! August is the baby for Chef John Besh and is always held to the highest standards. Their service is unbelievable and their food is even better. Pictured is the Short Rib with Chanterelle Mushrooms
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    A historic seafood restaurant in New Orleans that has been operating for over 100 years and the home of the New Orleans style BBQ shrimp. Unfortunately I tend to find this place to be hit or miss... but when it's a good night, the food is amazing. Pictured is the Shrimp & Eggplant Dryades - sauteed shrimp in a creamy tomato basil vodka sauce, served over Italian fried eggplant
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