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Even if you’re not a New Orleanian, you have probably heard of the French Quarter and probably know that it gets the most tourist traffic in the city not only because it’s a historic landmark but also because of the drool-worthy local eats. Café Maspero has been a French Quarter staple for over 40 years and their sandwiches haven’t slimmed down since they opened. They are known for having outrageously cheap, piled-high Louisiana-style food that doesn’t pander to tourism. The Muffuletta and Creole Jambalaya are unbeatable local favorites.

Café Mapero, New Orleans

Café Maspero

courtesy of Café Maspero

Even if you’re not a New Orleanian, you have probably heard of the French Quarter and probably know that it gets the most tourist traffic in the city not only because it’s a historic landmark but also because of the drool-worthy local eats. Café Maspero has been a French Quarter staple for over 40 years and their sandwiches haven’t slimmed down since they opened. They are known for having outrageously cheap, piled-high Louisiana-style food that doesn’t pander to tourism. The Muffuletta and Creole Jambalaya are unbeatable local favorites.