Coffee & Treats in New Orleans


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  • Tee Eva's Famous Old Fashioned
    The recipes at Tee-Eva's Old Fashioned Pies and Pralines roll five generations deep. Eva Louis Perry?known as Aunt Eva?opened her shop in 1989 to sell pralines and pies made from her grandmother's recipes. After making a name for herself with features in national magazines and on television, she passed the entire business, recipes and all, down to her own granddaughter in 2000. The pralines tempt sweet teeth with creamy richness punctuated by the crunch of pecan, while the pecan and sweet-potato pies are crafted with authentic, never reconstituted, Louisianan Cajun and creole spices.
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    5201 Magazine St
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Mr. Apple
    Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Mr. Apple is the place to go to savor crisp granny smiths coated in creamy caramel and other dustings such as nuts, cookies, and holiday-inspired decorations. The shop also outputs inventive concoctions, such as chocolate-dipped bananas and strawberries, pralines, almond clusters, and practically anything a witch would use to spackle her gingerbread drywall.
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    201 N Peters St.
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Cold Stone Creamery
    Cold Stone's ice cream, made fresh in stores every day, inhabits a quantum flux between soft-serve and traditional ice cream, with a rich, creamy texture that whispers tales of its super-premium quality as it glides over taste buds. The ice cream generously welcomes dozens of toppings, as traditional as crumbled cookies and chopped nuts or as quirky as granola and black licorice. Choose your favorite ice cream from among dozens of silky flavors, such as Irish cream and butter pecan. Then make certain no one will try and steal a taste by topping it protectively with brownies, gumballs, and cherry pie filling. Whatever Frankencream you create, it'll be scooped cold off the grill into a freshly made waffle cone or bowl. Cold Stone's ice cream and toppings vary between seasons and location, and they also offer sorbet and an array of lighter toppings such as fruit and honey. Ice-cream creations run between $4 and $6, depending on size.
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    1130 S Clearview Pkwy
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Froots
    Looking for a healthy alternative to traditional fast food fare? Then you've come to the right place. At Froots you can indulge your appetite and your palate while keeping your commitment to staying healthy.
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    222 Carondelet Street
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Melt Down Gourmet Popsicles
    Meltdown crafts chilly, stick-mounted treats to help customers meet their daily sugar needs and give special events a sweetened slant. Each batch of gourmet pops comes in a multitude of mouthwatering daily flavors, such as strawberry basil, lemon basil with coconut milk, saffron rosewater, and salted caramel, as well as occasional flavors that include chocolate lavender, spicy mango, green tea, honey rosemary, and hibiscus. Meltdown’s frozen fruity concoctions sell for $3 a pop, and the shop serves its sweet snacks starting at noon, which is the best time for staining your tongue with a tasty new color or building an ice-pop castle.
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    508 Dumaine Street
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Nola Snow
    A hip-limbering hula-hoop-style class, hooping offers a low-impact way for exercisers of all fitness levels to strengthen cores while potentially burning about 500–800 calories per hour. Choose from three separate classes: the 45-minute basic hooping class, which teaches fundamental moves; the 50-minute hoopilates workout, which synergistically combines Pilates and hula hooping; and the 30-minute cardio hoops class, which is a high-energy cardio class that will engage even the most languid of abs. Hula hoops are also provided for in-class use, so there’s no need to cobble one from old timey wagon wheels.
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    7040 Vicksburg St
    New Orleans, LA US