Surrey’s Juice Bar
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Surrey’s Juice Bar information
Here comes the controversial assessment: Surrey’s does the best cheap breakfast, and perhaps the best breakfast period, in New Orleans. Boudin (Cajun sausage) biscuits, eggs scrambled with salmon and a shrimp-grits-and-bacon dish that should be illegal – you won’t go wrong. And the juice, as you might guess, is blessedly fresh.