NEW ORLEANS, LA - Summer is going to end soon in September, but there are still so many treats you can try in New Orleans. Here are some of the places you should try in New Orleans during September.
1. Dat Dog
Dat Dog was established in 2011 and started as a 475-square foot hot dog stand. Dat Dog now has three locations located in New Orleans, Lafayette, and Texas. It is critically acclaimed by various news media and offers various gourmet sausages, all-beef hot dogs, local craft beers, and various meatless options for vegans. Check out their website for more information about their locations and opening hours.
2. Creole Creamery
If you prefer to cool yourself on a hot day, visit Creole Creamery. Creole Creamery is an ice cream parlor located at 6260 Vicksburg Street. Their ice creams and sorbets are made in-house every day and offer various unique flavors which change daily as well. Additionally, they also serve milkshakes, ice cream floats, and sundaes too.
3. The Company Burger
The Company Burger was established in 2011 and serves Creekstone Farms Premium Black Angus beef. They also offer turkey, lamb and make their own buns, pickles, mayo, fries, and onion rings. The Company Burger offers catering as well, so check their website for more information about their catering services, locations, and opening hours.
National Punch Day is held on September 20 and you can celebrate the occasion by visiting Cavan, located at 3607 Magazine Street. They offer various cuisines which include seafood, cajun, American, and more. Cavan is open from Monday to Thursday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and from Friday to Sunday from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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