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2101 N Rampart New Orleans, Louisiana 0.23 mi
Celebrated as the “Queen of Pralines,” boasting a menu full of delicious creole sweets and treats —pralines, stuffed beignets, king cake, cookies, pies, sauces, and soul food. First Black female chef to own and operate a (successful) praline shop.
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2109 N Claiborne Ave. New Orleans, Louisiana 0.34 mi
Mona’s Accents is a local family owned full service florist and gift boutique. Specializing in creative fresh and silk floral designs, plants, balloons, gift baskets, fruit baskets, unique gifts and much more. We cater to all floral needs.
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1500 N. Claiborne Ave. New Orleans, Louisiana 0.35 mi

The Mother in Law Lounge is a live music venue, pub and shrine to New Orleans music. Come any night of the week for some of the best music in town- you never know what New Orleans musicians might sit in! Oh, and we might just be barbecuing in the yard!

1544 N. Claiborne Ave. New Orleans, Louisiana 0.36 mi

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1500 Esplanade Ave. New Orleans, Louisiana 0.37 mi
At Lil’ Dizzy’s, producing great fried chicken is a matter of historical pride.Owner Wayne Baquet learned the restaurant trade from his father Eddie, namesake of the legendary 7th Ward restaurant Eddie’s, who got into the business in the 1940s working at Paul Gross Chicken Coop with his aunt, Ada Baquet Gross. Lil’ Dizzy’s is the only Baquet-owned restaurant still going, and Wayne is serious about doing the Creole-Soul tradition proud.
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