It’s cute and convenient (right on the corner of Jackson Square) and serves well-prepared, “regular” food that kids and grown-ups will like (pancakes, good burgers, and an old-fashioned soda fountain serving homemade ice cream). So naturally it’s popular as all get-out; try to go during off-peak hours. The takeout shop next door has coffee, ice cream, and ready-made sandwiches to go, which is awfully convenient. But if you choose the sit-down restaurant, the cornmeal-crusted oyster po’ boy is a good way to go. For breakfast (served all day), those oysters come Benedict style, with poached eggs and hollandaise. Yum.
New Orleans› Restaurant
547 St Ann St (corner of Jackson Sq and St Ann)
Our Rating Neighborhood French Quarter Hours Daily 7am–7pm Phone 504/587-0093 Prices Everything under $20 Cuisine Type Contemporary Creole/Casual Fare Web site Stanley
Map547 St Ann St New Orleans
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