Trade in ordinary fried shrimp for a jazzed-up version that’s prepared with tons of seasonings and Worcestershire sauce. The smoky flavor is so good.
Oyster lovers, rejoice. Drago’s Seafood Restaurant is known for its charbroiled oysters, which are grilled and seasoned to perfection with garlic, butter, herbs, as well as Parmesan and Romano cheese.
Fried alligator is a must for any adventurous foodie traveling to New Orleans.
These small pastries, filled to the max with meat, make for the perfect lunch treat.
Whether it’s enjoyed for breakfast or even dinner, shrimp and grits is probably the one dish most New Orleans natives love.
Spumoni, Italian ice cream, is available in a slew of creamy flavors all around New Orleans. Brocato’s is just one of the many places where you can find this dessert in New Orleans.