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Where to Eat after Jazz Fest

trumpet playerThe New Orleans Jazz Festival starts today, and music fans from around the world are visiting the city of New Orleans. By 7:00, the festival will be finished for the day, and the masses will be hungry!

If you’re looking for something near the festival, check out Ralph’s on the Park, located on City Park Avenue. You can choose to sit in the dining areas or choose to sit on the balcony overlooking City Park.

In the mood for some more music? The following restaurants offer live music of varying styles.

Crescent City Brewhouse – How about some jazz music at the only French Quarter microbrewery? The Brewhouse offers a wide array of entrees from the simple fried shrimp po’ boy to the Southern Crispy Duck or the Red Fish St. Louis.

House of Blues – Renowned for amazing blues music, the House of Blues in the French Quarter has a great menu to match. Enjoy plenty of signature New Orleans dishes, or try one of the Blues Burgers.

Michaul’s Live Cajun Music – Bringing the bayou to the big city, Michaul’s in downtown New Orleans provides unique Cajun dishes with live Cajun music. Try a little of everything with the traditional or deluxe Cajun family style sample!

Mulate’s Cajun Restaurant – Learn the basics of Cajun dancing in the Dine and Dance hall to the sweet sounds of the fiddle and the accordion. Try alligator, boudin, crawfish etoufee, redfish, or one of several other Louisiana dishes in downtown New Orleans at Mulate’s Cajun Restaurant.

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