Mid-City Neighborhood Information
Mandina’s is a New Orleans mainstay, having been in business on Canal Street since the 1930s. Run by several generations of Sicilian immigrants, it’s known for New Orleans classics like Gulf fish meuniere and almandine.
Parkway Bakery and Tavern is thought by many to have the best po boys in the city.
Liuzza’s by the Track is a classic neighborhood restaurant known for its gumbo and excellent barbeque shrimp po boys.
Juan’s Flying Burrito offers affordable, tasty Mexican food.
Toup’s Meatery offers Cajun cuisine at its most rustic and carnivorous.
Santa Fe, located on beautiful Esplanade Avenue in the Bayou St. John neighborhood, offers southwestern cuisine with a European accent.
Crescent City Steakhouse, opened in 1934 by a Croatian immigrant family, is a New Orleans classic.
Milkfish is a new entrant onto the Mid-City dining scene, and it has caught on quickly with innovative Filipino dishes.
Cafe Degas serves classic French bistro cuisine in a quaint, convivial environment.
Mopho, a critical darling since opening in 2014, offers innovative Vietnamese fusion cuisine.
Lola’s, located on beautiful Esplanade Avenue, is the go to spot in the city for Spanish cuisine.
Mid-City Bars and Music Venues
Pal’s Lounge is Mid-City’s neighborhood bar par excellence.
Chickie Wah-Wah is the Mid-City venue of choice for top-shelf local artists.
Pearl Wine Co.
John Dibert Elementary School
Cabrini High School
Mid-City Places of Worship
Carrolton Avenue Church of Christ
St. Anthony of Padua Church
First Grace United Methodist Church
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church
Additional Mid-City Amenities
Bayou St. John
Crescent City Farmer’s Market
Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association