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Clover Grill
900 Bourbon St.

This local favorite is the best after a long night of drinking and dancing. A short stumble away from the bars on Bourbon Street, this lively diner is buzzing 24 hours a day Wednesday thru Sunday. Stop in for breakfast at 4 a.m. You won’t be dining alone.

Meauxbar Bistro
942 N. Rampart St.

This stylish café features an eclectic menu of classic French, Louisiana regional, and colonial Indochine dishes in a casual atmosphere. Spice up your life with the coconut shrimp in red curry sauce, or check out the steak frites for the traditional French way to eat meat.

900 Dumaine St.

This is the place to go for traditional N’Awlins cuisine. Gumbo ...  say no more. Belly up to the best Sunday brunch in the Quarter; or the daily Big Breakfast—chicken fried steak with country gravy, scrambled eggs, grits, and a homemade biscuit. This is the way to start the day.

Mr. B’s Bistro
201 Royal St.

Offering regional Creole cuisine since 1979, Mr. B’s is smack dab in the heart of Vieux Carré (that’s French Quarter to y’all). Enjoy live piano music with your dinner or stop in on Sunday for the jazz brunch. Go no further for the best barbeque shrimp and crawfish croquettes. You have to taste the Gumbo Ya Ya to believe it.

The Court of Two Sisters
613 Royal St.

Served daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Jazz Brunch Buffet at this historic restaurant will bring the saints and everyone else marching in. Guests can choose from standard fare such as Eggs Benedict (with grits, of course) to signature dishes like turtle soup and duck a l’orange. In the evenings, Creole a la Carte is the way to go.