The NOLA nightlife already never sleeps, but with Halloween this weekend, it is guaranteed to be a late night for us all!
Whether you’re hitting a friend’s costume party, Frenchmen St. or Voodoo Festival, an empty stomach won’t do you any good. Grab some grub from one of our favorite late night spots between partying to make sure you power through all night!
It wouldn’t be a NOLA fest without Louisiana flavors from local restaurants at your fingertips. Grab some taceauxs from La Taqueria’s setup, crawfish bread from Cartozzo’s Bakery, and even Drago’s famous charbroiled oysters!
Click here for a full list of the spread you can expect at the fest.
If you miss the eats at the fest before the gates close, check out one of these nearby places to fill up before you head out for more shenanigans!
Soak up the alcohol with a babes fave-delicious warm fried beignets. Morning Call’s City Park location is literally steps away from Voodoo, and open 24 hours!
500 City Park Ave.
Maybe a greasy burger is just what the doctor ordered to get you back on your feet before the party rolls on. Located on City Park Ave., Bud’s Broiler has you covered. They also have yummy Po Boys! Also open 24 hours.
Bourbon St. will be packed with NOLA natives and out of towners looking to be in the center of the action. Plan on frolocking around New Orleans’ party central this weekend? Beware of riding the bull at Bourbon Cowboy with only unidentifiable shots filling your stomach. Here’s whats nearby and open late:
730 St. Peter St.
There’s nothing like a cheesy slice to act as the intermission before drinking and more drinking. Dante’s is one of the the best in the quarter (may be debatable if sober), and open all night!
165 University Place
Arguably the best mediterranean cuisine in the city, Cleo’s is located in an unassuming convenient store. It’s a few block trek from Bourbon (a block off canal), but the huge plates and amazing flavors are worth it! We were a little too excited to find out this place is open 24 hours.
900 Bourbon St.
We may be partial to this 50’s style diner because they love pink, and it was featured on Brad Pitt movie: “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.” The burgers and omelettes also happen to be mouthwatering. Open 24 hours!
Cafe Du Monde
800 Decatur St.
If you won’t be partying at Voodoo and are still craving a deep-fried sweet treat, the good news is Cafe Du Monde’s French Quarter location doesn’t close! It would be extra special if your costuming as a beignet.
Frenchmen St. on Halloween night is like nowhere else in the world. People of all ages will pack the streets and bars with some of the funkiest and most amazing costumes you have ever seen. Prepare to get weird babes, but not without something in your stomach first!
601 Frenchmen St.
There’s a reason Dat Dog has built a NOLA hot dog empire. Take a break from dancing the night away at Maison, and go grab yourself a delicious dog made from Alligator sausage or some crawfish etoufee fries. Open until 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday!
525 Frenchmen St.
The vibe at this place will keep you in the dancing mood. Grab a couple of sushi rolls and some gyoza to go with your sake shots so you can keep those vibes rolling all night long. Yuki serves food until 1-2 a.m. on the weekends.
Buffa’s Bar and Restaurant
1001 Esplanade Ave.
A few blocks away from the party on Frenchmen, Buffa’s has been serving late night eats since 1939! Open 24 hours, their menu ranges from burgers to omelettes to Louisiana entrees like Blackened Redfish, and Red Beans & Rice.
We hope your Halloween is spooktacular babes. Did we miss one of your favorite late-night spots? Let us know in the comments!
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