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Old 03-25-2012, 09:16 PM
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Hi. I need some ideas for places to eat that are relatively cheap ($10-15) for breakfast and lunch. I'll be focusing most of my time around the French Quarter and the neighborhood along St.Charles Ave. between Tulane and the Garden District. Also, are there any ghost tours I can do? Thanks.
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Old 03-26-2012, 09:16 AM
Location: Metairie, LA
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There are lots of good places on Magazine St.(7-10 blocks away). Not a lot of cheap places on St. Charles Ave, but check out Slice for pizza, Coulis or Please U for breakfast. Zaras near Upperline has decent Po-Boys, but it's more of a store than a restaurant so you'll have to picnic somewhere, and right next door is Creole Creamery for Ice Cream.

In the Quarter, try Yo-Mama's for good burgers, Johnny's for Po-Boys and obviously Cafe Du Monde for breakfast. Beware of the restaurants that "display" plates of food at the entrances. These are too be avoided
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Old 03-28-2012, 01:36 PM
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If you can walk a few more blocks into the Marigny (across Esplanade_ try La Paniche. Coop's is fabulous for lunch (if there isn't a line) and reasonable-- that's on Decatur. Royal St Deli is also decent for sandwiches. The Old Coffee Pot is the tourist go-to for breakfast and will serve a LOT of food relatively inexpensively, but there is often a line (which, I am sad to say, happens at Coop's too.)
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