Magazine Street Restaurants

When you're in New Orleans a great way to spend a day is shopping on Magazine Street. There are six mlles of great shops and restaurants. The Magazine Street bus travels the whole distance so you can pick and choose the blocks you are most interested in walking. Just buy a Jazzy Pass for $3 and you can get on and off as many times as you like in one day. At some point you'll get hungry and want to sit down, rest, examine the treasures you purchased and have a light nosh or a full meal. Here's a list of the restaurants on Magazine Street.
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    Martinique Bistro is a small French Bistro with outdoor patio dining with a Caribbean Menu. It's the perfect place for a leizurely Saturday Brunch on a sunny fall or spring day. The patio is walled and covered with vines and the food is wonderfully French and tasty. 5908 Magazine St. Phone (504) 891-8495
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    Lilette's offers French and Italian-inspired cuisine, and is counted among the best restaurants in New Orleans. It's perfect for a long, upscale lunch or a romantic dinner. 3637 magazine street. Phone 504.895.1636.
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    La Petite Grocery is in an old Creole building that was a neighborhood grocery for years. Thus, the name. Now it's a comfortable neighborhood bistro serving great food. The menu changes often to take advantage of the fresh seafood and produce in season. 4238 Magazine Street Phone 504.891.3377.
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    Byblos serves great coastal Mediterranean cuisine, combining Greek, Roman, and Lebanese. Byblos offers a large selection of specialty lamb dishes in the city, from kabobs to chops to racks along with fresh, house-made hummos, shawarma and seafood dishes. 3218 Magazine Street Phone:(504) 894-1233
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    Johnny V's Bistro serves Classical and Contemporary French Fare. It's only open for dinner, so don't get too hungry shopping and plan on Johnny V's for lunch. Location: 6016 Magazine Street, Phone 504.899.4880
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    Ignatius Eatery

    Ignatius Eatery is one of those New Orleans neighborhood resturants that serve New Orleans fare, including Po-Boys, Red Beans and Rice and Gumbo. It's only open for lunch, but not on Tuesday and Wednesday. That's because Ignatius Eatery is open for brunch on Saturday and Sunday and is a favorite place for locals in the neighborhood to meet up on the weekend. 3121 Magazine St., Phone 504 896-0242
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    Joey K's

    Joey K's is another neighborhood restaurant. It serves comfort food New Orleans' style. I'm partial to the White Beans and Pork Chops, one of the Monday blackboard specials. This is a lunch spot that unpretentious and reasonably priced. It's also open at 8 am on Saturdays if you're out early and want some breakfast. Location: 3001 Magazine Street Phone (504) 891-0997.
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    Mahony's Po-Boys is a typical New Orleans Po-Boy shop with some gourmet po-boys added to the tradition menu. It's open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 10pm. 3454 Magazine Street, Phone 504-899-3374
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    Magazine Po-boy

    Magazine Po-boy serves all the great po-boys that New Orleanians are so serious about, but also some hearty New Orleans comfort food dishes as well. Magazine Po-boy is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Location: 2368 Magazine St. 522-3107
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    In the mood for some Southwestern food? Then try Nacho Mama's Mexican Grill. It's a hip cantina with good food, great drinks and good prices. Location: 3242 Magazine St. Phone (504) 899-0031.