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Camellia Grill - Carrollton Ave
626 S Carrollton Ave
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 309-2679
The Camellia Grill is a landmark diner in the Carrollton section of New Orleans. It is on Carrollton Avenue near its intersection with St. Charles Avenue on the St. Charles Streetcar line. The Camellia Grill opened in 1946. Despite suffering little physical damage, the restaurant was closed after Hurricane Katrina until April 2007, when it reopened under new ownership. During this period of closure, the Camellia Grill’s front door was festooned with hundreds of notes from locals and tourists who missed it. The restaurant only offers counter service and its…
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Cooter Brown's Tavern
509 S Carrollton Ave
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 866-9104
Cooter Brown’s features 400 different kinds of beer, 350 of which are imports and 42 of which are on draft. For years, locals and tourists who ventured into this Uptown beer-taster’s oasis frequently made the comment after seeing the enormousness of the stock: “I’m in heaven.”
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Southport Hall
200 Monticello Ave
New Orleans, LA 70121
(504) 835-2903
What Southport has become known for, is its love for “The Cover Bands.” The top cover bands descend on Southport every month, such as “The Worlds Greatest 80’s Tribute Band” the Molly Ringwalds, “The Hardest Working Band in the Business” the Topcats, “The Baddest Show on Earth” the Bag of Donuts (who never run short on toilet paper or Jack Daniels), and the “Show Them Some Love” and hard hitting and tell it like it is sound of the Chee-Weez. To go along with all of the great music, Southport…
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Streetcar Bistro
632 S Carrollton Ave
New Orleans, LA 70118
Casual restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner on the St. Charles Ave streetcar line
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The Milk Bar (Riverbend)
710 S Carrollton Ave
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 309-3310
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