You might not expect to see fried pulled-pork ragu on a pizzeria menu, but it's a signature item at Little Vic's. Nestled in the historic French Quarter, the small Italian eatery serves its Sicilian-style pork atop pizza and fresh, chewy ciabatta rolls, or stuffed into arancini and pitoni—fried or baked pizza turnovers. The menu also includes familiar dishes such as traditional margherita, vegetable, ham, and sausage pizzas. For dessert, espresso complements Italian pastries and more than 18 rotating gelato flavors.
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.
M's Coffee & Cafe' (New Orleans Coffee House) is your neighborhood spot for a hot delicious cup of coffee or a nice hot press sandwich from our cafe'. M's offer a wide array of pastries, bagels and muffins just in time for you're morning commute.
Nestled beneath an enchanting bell-shaped crown, Café Treme slings a Southern-inspired menu of fresh beverages, sandwiches, and desserts in an idyllic abode more than 150 years old. Sip on premium-roasted coffee or the café's fragrant Creole tea blend while absorbing the area's voluminous jazz history, or unleash an air-trombone solo while noshing on a fleet of fresh-baked pastries ($1.50 each). Pillowy quiches ($3.75) and robust sandwiches ($4.25+) quiet the rumbling of malcontent bellies. Café Treme’s industrial lighting spotlights vibrant local artwork and eye-catching black-and-white snapshots of renowned brass players, while the café's soothing background tunes impart its complimentary WiFi with the ability to improvise on its binary codes.