Mid-City's Best of New Orleans

The 2007 Best of New Orleans awards, published in this weeks Gambit Weekly, demonstrates that Mid-City truly is the Heart of New Orleans! Overall, 16 Mid-City establishments & attractions took home a total of 32 First, Second and Third Place awards. This is an outstanding feat and a testament to our rebuilding. Congratulations to all our businesses and thank you for being here.
– Finn McCool’s 1st Place “Best Neighborhood Bar”; 2nd Place “Best Location to watch a Saints Game outside the Superdome”, 3rd Place “Best Jukebox”.
– Liuzza’s 1st Place “Best Neighborhood Restaurant”; 3rd place “Best Place to Get a Cold Beer”
– Juan’s Flying Burrito 1st Place “Best Cheap Eats”, 2nd Place “Best Place to Get a Margarita”, 2nd Place “Best Mexican Restaurant”
– Mona’s 1st Place “Best Menu for Vegetarian’s”, 2nd Place “Best Mediterranean Restaurant”; 3rd Place “Best Cheap Eats”
– Angelo Brocato’s 1st Place “Best Place to Get Ice Cream”; 2nd Place “Best Dessert” for their Cannoli; 3rd Place “Best Place to get Pastries”
– Parkway Bakery 1st Place “Best Roast Beef PoBoy”, 2nd Place “Best Shrimp PoBoy”, 3rd Place “Best Oyster Po-Boy”
– Mid-City Art Market (now New Orleans Art Market) 1st Place “Best Art Market”
– City Park 1st Place “Best Tennis Court”; 2nd Place “Best Place for Family Fun”; 2nd Place “Best Place to Get Married”, 3rd Place “Best Place to Bike”; 3rd Place Best Golf Course;
– Crescent City Steakhouse, 2nd Place, “Best Steakhouse”
– Venezia’s 2nd Place “Best Italian Restaurant”
– Rock N Bowl 3rd place “Best Place to Dance to a Live Band”
– Lola’s 3rd Place “Best Latin American Restaurant”
– Doson Noodle House 3rd Place “Best Vietnamese Restaurant”
– Mandina’s 3rd Place “Best Place to Get Gumbo”; 3rd Place “Best Soup” for their Turtle Soup
– Cafe Degas 3rd Place “Best Place to get Creme Bruleé”
– Pandora’s 3rd Place “Best Snoball Stand”

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