New Orleans is good for a lot of things, and every one of them comes in a plastic souvenir glass shaped like a hand grenade. Bringing you everything else, North Of NOLA.
Set up in what was Old Roswell Kitchen, NOLA's a Crescent City-inspired diner w/ a new wood patio featuring a giant communal table, and inside, a steel bar and a curtained-off dining room w/ a Katrina memorial, a wall-mounted metallic Fleur de Lis made of smaller ones, and photos of N.O. landmarks like Lafitte's, where the famous pirate Jean would launder stolen booty, because dirty booty is notoriously hard to sell off. Break(fast) yo' self w/ the Dis & Dat omelette w/ cheese, toast, and two stuffings (pressed garlic, bacon, andouille/boudin sausage...), the buttermilk biscuit-topped Stacker w/ grits, cheese, eggs & sawmill gravy, the two-egg-n-boudin'd St. Charles, or N.O.-style French toast w/ praline sauce, aka "Lost Bread", although it's amazing Hurley left any for anyone else. Lunch/dinner includes starters like jalapeno sliders (beef, pickled peppers, cheddar, remoulade), fried Gator Bites, and crescent-shaped beef/pork Natchitoches Meat Pies, before moving to The Trinity (gumbo/Jambalaya/red beans & rice), gator or shrimp po' boys, and pastas like the chicken & Creole garlic/tomato sauce Orleans and the veggie YAYA, which'll make sure you can still look down and see your divine secrets.
Soon there'll be jazz bands on the patio during Sunday brunch, and 'til then they'll be constantly handing out beads; return wearing them, and you'll get the special deal of the day, such as free apps with your dinner, although remember the rule in New Orleans: if you want those sweet, sweet apps, you've gotta flash somebody your rack. Or boobs, those'll probably do too.