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With some of the best restaurants in the world found in the French Quarter, it's impossible to list them all. We have created multiple lists, by street name, to make it easier to find the top restaurants in the French Quarter. Here are all the best choices found on St. Louis Street.

Antoine's - 713 St. Louis Street

A dressy spot with plenty to offer, this world-renowned restaurant is one of the best in the French Quarter. Antoine's has been around since 1840 and always been the standard when it comes to Creole and French food. They serve dinner and Sunday brunch.

The Rib Room - 621 St. Louis Street

While visitors love The Rib Room, it's also a very popular place for locals. They serve great prime rib and they are known for very large

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Events in New Orleans are huge and the Treme Creole Gumbo Festival is no exception. This event helps to celebrate the heritage and history of the oldest neighborhood of Free African Americans in the entire country. It will be hosted by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival for the ninth time on November 18th and 19th.

The Festival

Faubourg Treme is known as the birthplace for Jazz music. It's also one of the most unique neighborhoods in New Orleans. The Treme Creole Gumbo Festival is a celebration of both jazz and the neighborhood heritage. It will feature plenty of New Orleans jazz performances from well-known artists, plenty of gumbo and so much more.

This is a free festival providing all kinds of entertainment including jazz, brass jazz

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Plenty of excellent restaurants are found on St. Peter Street in the French Quarter. In fact, a few of the best choices are found on this street. Here are some of the top options.

The Gumbo Shop - 630 St. Peter Street

A traditional Creole restaurant found in the French Quarter, The Gumbo Shop is housed in a restored cottage from 1794. The murals on the walls are amazing and they offer a beautiful garden patio. The menu is full of Cajun options with sandwiches and salads. They also have a great wine list, fresh local fish and plenty of local beers to choose from.

Pat O'Brien's - 718 St. Peter Street

A casual place serving seafood, Cajun and American cuisine, Pat O'Brien's is known by locals as Pat O's. It's home to the Hurricane, which is

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The area found to the northwest of Carrollton Avenue and to the south of Claiborne Avenue may be called Pigeon Town or Pension Town. This question is just one of the many that make New Orleans a complicated city with a unique past full of all kinds of unanswered questions.

In fact, many of those living in the area or passing through the area may refer to it as Leonidas, which is the official city designation. This name comes from the street running directly through the center of the neighborhood and even that name takes on more than one pronunciation.

The borders of this area are also a bit unknown as one person may say they include the parish line, Claiborne Avenue, Lake Avenue and Carrollton Avenue. Others may decide to choose ab order found many

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North Peters Street offers some good choices if you're looking for a place to eat. Of course, the entire French Quarter is filled with great restaurants. Here are some of the top choices found on North Peters Street.

Felipe's Taqueria - 310 N. Peters Street

Felipe's offers both lunch and dinner with some of the freshest Mexican cuisine you will find in the area. It's a Taqueria restaurant with fast food at an affordable price. You can also get premium tequila, excellent margaritas and more. The margaritas are made with freshly squeezed key limes, which are the signature here.

Beachbum Berry's Latitude 29 - 321 N. Peters Street

While Beachbum Berry's is a bar, they do serve some good food. This is a place Vegans and Vegetarians can find good

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Mayor Landrieu just announced some huge riverfront development projects coming to New Orleans. This announcement happened earlier today and will provide plenty of new things for residents to be excited about.

The announcements were expected today as a series of "major riverfront development projects." The mayor announced the projects from the Moonwalk at 10:30 am, which is found across from Jackson Square. It was also telecast online and on Facebook.

Before the announcement was made, the mayor's office had stated it would involve many "landmark projects" and these projects would help the economy grow for the Riverfront area. This announcement came after a deal was made between the New Orleans Public Belt Railroad, the Port of New Orleans and the

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Held for three weekends in October, the Oktoberfest event is back and better than ever. It's sponsored by Deutsches Haus of New Orleans and will include plenty of great music, German-food, culture and fun. Of course, there will be all kinds of good beer, too.

What to Expect

The largest variety of German beers and German food will be a huge part of the event. In addition, German "oom pah pah" brass bands will play plenty of great folk dancing music. The Chicken Dance will happen at least once, probably more and there will be plenty of waltzes and polkas, too.

On Saturday, October 21st, you can enjoy the Dachshund Dash. This event will feature 60 to 75 wiener dogs in a race to see who's the fastest.

The Food

Plenty of authentic German food

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Finding a great restaurant in the French Quarter is very easy. There are several great options. If you're looking on Decatur Street, here are some of the top choices.

Cafe Du Monde - 800 Decatur Street

A great place for breakfast, Cafe Du Monde is a coffee shop with plenty to offer. It has been around since 1862 and was the original French Market Coffee Stand in the area. This landmark is found across from Jackson Square and offers original beignet, doughnuts, coffee and chicory.

Cane and Table - 1113 Decatur Street

A great place for dinner, Can and Table is known for the Tapas or small plates on the menu. They serve a Creole cuisine with an island flare. The restaurant offers a rustic feel with fruity drinks made with plenty of rum. It's the

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The New Orleans Film Society will be hosting the New Orleans Film Festival from October 11th to 19th this year. This event will take over the city with plenty of great films to enjoy from shorts to documentaries to full-length features. There will even be some animation and some music videos.

What to Expect

The New Orleans Film Festival has been held for 28 years and provides some of the best films you'll find in the area. Thousands of directors, writers, producers, actors and other professionals come to this incredible festival every year. It has even been named as one of the Top 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World by MovieMaker Magazine.

You may spot a celebrity as Julie Dash, Lupita Nyong'o, Jessica Biel, Sara Paulson, Justin Timberlake,

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Conti Street has plenty of excellent French Quarter restaurants. With so many to choose from throughout this New Orleans neighborhood, it can be hard to find the right one. Here's a look at some of the top options on Conti Street.

Broussard's - 819 Conti Street

Found just one-half block from Bourbon Street, Broussard's is a great choice for an elegant meal out. They offer three dining rooms overlooking the wonderful courtyard. It's a great place for romance and offers a menu filled with classic Creole dishes. Broussard’s has been around for nearly 100 years and still serves some of the best dishes in the French Quarter.

Salon Restaurant by Sucre - 622 Conti Street

Found on the second floor, the Salon Restaurant offers Brunch and High Tea in

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