10. The French Quarter is a “Jurassic Park for Creole cuisine”
Sorry, Pete Wells of The New York Times, you’re flat-out wrong on this score. Even ancient Grande Dame restaurants here have a few modern tricks up their sleeves, but that doesn’t mean that the classics aren’t classics for a reason. You might look down your Yankee nose at oysters Rockefeller, shrimp remoulade, or turtle soup, but they're our beloved birthright, and they're not going anywhere.
11. I can’t wait to practice my French in the French Quarter!
New Orleans isn’t Quebec, dammit. We speak ‘Murican here. That said, it doesn’t sound much like the ‘Murican you might be accustomed to. Y’eard me, bruh?