Muffuletta Sandwich - Originated in the French Quarter at the Central Grocery in New Orleans by an Italian immigrant family - Served on muffuletta loaf (Sicilian large, round, flat, sturdy bread) with olive salad, capicola, mortidella, salami, pepperoni, ham, swiss & provolone cheeses.

Muffuletta Sandwich - Originated in the French Quarter at the Central Grocery in New Orleans by an Italian immigrant family - Served on muffuletta loaf (Sicilian large, round, flat, sturdy bread) with olive salad, capicola, mortidella, salami, pepperoni, ham, swiss & provolone cheeses.

#Chicken Lazone...this recipe comes from Brennan's Restaurant in New Orleans #NOLA. It is ridiculously easy to make and so darn tasty!

#Chicken Lazone...this recipe comes from Brennan's Restaurant in New Orleans #NOLA. It is ridiculously easy to make and so darn tasty!

Best Italian Restaurants in New Orleans, LA - Thrillist

The Best Italian Restaurants in New Orleans

Best Italian Restaurants in New Orleans, LA - Thrillist

The Best Italian Restaurants in New Orleans

Best Italian Restaurants in New Orleans, LA - Thrillist

9 Italian Restaurants In New Orleans That Serve Pasta To Die For

9 Italian Restaurants In New Orleans That Serve Pasta To Die For

Here are some of the best Italian restaurants in New Orleans that offer up some of the best Italian food you'll find anywhere in NOLA.

The “definitive”, butter-bathed BBQ shrimp (“wear the bib” or a “rain slicker”) is “mandatory” at this Uptown “neighborhood anchor”, a “time-honored” “standby” where “Italian marries New Orleans” on a “terrific” seafood-centric menu backed by a “super” oyster bar and delivered with “down-home friendliness”; “firmly old-world”, the slightly expensive locale feels “ancient” to some, but “it hasn’t lasted this long for nuthin’.”

The “definitive”, butter-bathed BBQ shrimp (“wear the bib” or a “rain slicker”) is “mandatory” at this Uptown “neighborhood anchor”, a “time-honored” “standby” where “Italian marries New Orleans” on a “terrific” seafood-centric menu backed by a “super” oyster bar and delivered with “down-home friendliness”; “firmly old-world”, the slightly expensive locale feels “ancient” to some, but “it hasn’t lasted this long for nuthin’.”

When planning to visit a city, my first order of business is ALWAYS where I am going to eat. I’ll spend weeks researching and trying to...

When planning to visit a city, my first order of business is ALWAYS where I am going to eat. I’ll spend weeks researching and trying to...

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