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Old Ursuline Convent
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New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park
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Molly's at the Market
A young, bohemian hipster crowd swills the Guinness and mingles out onto the sidewalk.
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Irene’s Cuisine information
Irene’s may be in the Quarter, but it's in a corner generally missed by tourists – not that that’s easy to do given the overwhelming(ly good) scent of garlic emanating from this cavern of Italian intimacy. It’s Italian-French, really: you can pick from seasoned rosemary chicken, seared chops, pan-sautéed fish fillets and great pasta, but leave room for the decadent pecan-praline bread pudding. Reservations are not accepted and long waits are the norm.