The Best and Most Delicious Late-Night Eats in New Orleans


When considering cities with the best nightlife, New Orleans is the first to come to mind for many. It is also the most esteemed city regarding delicious cuisine. These two aspects of New Orleans combine so well when it comes to late-night eats after leaving clubs or bars.

Cooter Brown’s Tavern

When grabbing a bite to eat after leaving a bar or club, something loaded with carbs and protein is the first to many people’s minds. Cooter Brown’s Tavern is among New Orleans’s most esteemed po’boy-serving establishments. They have been open since 1977 and have truly mastered the craft of po’boys.

Cafe Du Monde

As one of the most popular destinations in New Orleans of all time, Cafe Du Monde is a must-stop for any visitors to New Orleans. Everyone just goes crazy about their world-famous beignets. These deep-fried, fluffy, powdered sugar-covered pastries make Cafe Du Monde a fantastic spot for a late-night bite.

Palm and Pine

After a late-night excursion in the wildly enjoyable streets of New Orleans, some people crave something fried. If this is the case, Palm and Pine is the place to go. They are best known for their delicious spicy chicken sandwich. They also offer fried Brussels, burgers, and hot sausage carimañolas.

Cane and Table

Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Cane and Table is a great pit stop on the way home from a late night in New Orleans. Their menu includes unique food like pork skins, fish toast, and grilled octopus.

Stop by these Delicious Late Night Eateries and Enhance the New Orleans Experience

New Orleans has one of the best nightlife scenes in the world, and its late-night eats are almost unmatched. Considered by many to be the world’s food capital, its unique tastes and fares are like no other city, especially at night.

Have a Staycation at Hotel Mazarin

One of the best ways to experience a New Orleans staycation is by staying at a hotel in the middle of it all. Hotel Mazarin idyllically resides in the heart of the French Quarter. Make a reservation at Hotel Mazarin today and rediscover New Orleans.