By: Hope Haren, Kaylianna Ritz, and Maria Fehlman
The French Quarter, known as "The Quarter" to locals, is the oldest neighborhood in the city of New Orleans. It was developed around the Vieux Carré, (meaning old square in English) a central square. Tourists and residents alike flock to this unique cultural hub and thriving community.
A Creole and Cajun cuisine, Anotinie's Restaurant is known for classic dining splendor. Started in 1840, this world-renowned restaurant has set the standard which helped give New Orleans it's reputation for being one of the greatest dining centers of the world.
Central Grocery's Muffuletta
Sicilian immigrants in the 1880s brought Italian cuisines to the New Orleans culture. Among these delicacies was the Muffuletta: a massive, delicious Italian cold-cut sandwich invented at Central Grocery. It is a signature New Orleans treat.
Cafe Du Monde
Cafe Du Monde is the original French Market coffee stand serving cafe au lait and beignets (French doughnuts). The beignet is also the state doughnut of Louisianna. It has become a New Orleans landmark, located near Jackson Square.