New Orleans Food gives the stage to some of the tastiest indigenous flavors around. Everything is fresh and made by some of the top chefs in town. Have you ever tried Shrimp Poboys or Fried Duck Quesadillas with sweet chili sauce? Now’s your chance.
All vendors accept credit cards and cash and there are plenty of ATMs located at the Voodoo Bank in Town Square and anywhere you see the $ sign. All booths are open throughout the duration of the festival.
“New Orleans food is as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin.”
– Mark Twain.
Ajun Cajun Ninja
Ajun Cajun Ninja is a family owned local business serving asian infused cajun style cuisine. We cater to many New Orleans and surrounding area festivals.
Antonio’s Pizza keeps it classic and delicious. They serve traditional festival favorites with a twist. Antonio’s is still family owned as they continue their commitment to maintaining high quality food and great service.
Pepperoni Pizza | $6
Cheese Pizza | $5
Fried Oreos | $5
Café Navarre is located in Mid City, New Orleans right around the corner from City Park. They’re a neighborhood café, offering diners a casual environment where neighbors and friends can come in for a delicious meal and leave feeling full and happy like family.
Fried Duck Quesadillas with Sweet Chili Sauce | $7
Cartozzo’s Bakery is a wholesale bakery and food service company. They have been in business since 1960. Cartozzo’s makes breads, rolls, and buns for the hotel and restaurant industry, and their seafood pasta bowl and crawfish bread for festivals and weddings. Cartozzo’s Bakery sells their products direct wholesale or through distributors such as: Sysco, US foods, Merchants Foods, S&W foods, and Natco, along with many others. Their products are made in their Kenner, Louisiana facility and shipped around the country.
Mali-Balz: Sno-ball with Malibu Liquor Mixed With Flavor | $10
Crêpes à la Cart
Crêpes à la Cart, modeled after a Parisian crêpe “cart”, has proudly served the uptown New Orleans area since 2004. Their talented crêpe chefs offer an extraordinary and unique glimpse into the world of crêpe making from their open kitchen at their Broadway Street location and 1936 food truck. From start to finish, you will watch your crêpe being made, and handed to you in their proprietary crêpe sleeves.
Dia De Los Tamales is a purveyor of Revolutionary Tamales from the mind of chef Keith Carlson. Revolutionary Tamales, made from scratch, is based in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago, IL. They are festival favorites at festivals such as Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Pitchfork, Taste of Chicago, and more.
Tamales (Cuban Pork, Buffalo Chicken, Roasted Pepper and Goat Cheese) | 1 for $6 / 2 for $10
Nacho Mama’s Nachos | $9
Combos: Tamale(s), Cuban Black Beans and Elote Corn Salad | 1 for $9 / 2 for $13
Drago’s Charbroiled Oysters have a lot of imitators, but Drago’s quality and freshness cannot be duplicated. Drago’s pampers the oysters even before they leave the water. They are hand selected by Drago’s very own fisherman, which load their own refrigerated trucks right at the dock. Drago’s oysters are escorted directly from the water to the restaurant, where they are opened by hand. At Drago’s, oysters aren’t just oysters—they’re a way of life.
Food Drunk has been a food truck in New Orleans since 2012. American Roadshow, its parent company, has been providing amazing on set meals to the film industry since 2001. They are the creators of the World Famous KING CAKE BURGER which was featured on News spots from the US to Germany.
Chef Punch, the pitboss of New Orleans Cajun Cooking doesn’t shy away when asked about his operation. He recites his menu and patiently responds when queried about his operation. The good cook serves pecan wood smoked hot links that are fiery and thick as a child’s forearm. If asked if he’s making the sausage from scratch, he responds that he sources them from Deep South Products out of Breaux Bridge La. Born in Houston but raised in New Orleans, he has trained with Chef Philip Lopez at Rambla and worked under John Besh at Besh Steakhouse, American Sector and Luke on St. Charles. He has been cooking for 20 years here in New Orleans.
Sliders (Ground Beef Cajun or Turkey) | 2 for $7 / 4 for $14 / 12 for $25
House Cajun Potato Chips | $3
Koz’s has locations in both Harahan and Lakeview. They have been in business for 10 years as Koz’s and for the 40 years before that as The Bakery in Gentilly. Koz’s prides itself in being a family-owned neighborhood place.
Founders Yolanda B. Carter and Ardell M. Walters are professionals that take great pride in the presentation of their catering services. The authenticity and love of their Creole heritage is reflected in every plate served.
Fried Crawfish Etoufee Balls and Creamy Cajun Slaw | $10
Cool and Creamy Shrimp Pasta | $8
Grilled Polish Sausage w/ Sauteed Peppers and Onions on Bun | $8
Lucky Dogs Inc. is a unique fast food company offering an impulse item that serves as a snack, an appetizer, or a meal in itself. They are ideally suited for the modern craze called “grazing” or eating on the run…a Lucky Dog in one hand, a soft drink in the other. They have proven to be highly successful in airports, casinos, malls, sport stadiums, and numerous other heavily trafficed areas where service and speed are at a premium. They’re an old company, but they have exciting new concepts. Though they do not have “golden arches” Lucky Dogs does have a proven record-over 21 million hot dogs sold during the past fifty years. Part of their ambience is their uniquely designed kiosk and carts which capture the character and charm of our French Quarter operation.
Mona’s Cafe and Deli has been serving Lebanese specialties for over 20 years. Mona’s serves up the freshest, most authentic Middle Eastern fare in the area. Come enjoy traditional hummus, cucumber salads, falafel and more, all bursting with flavor.
Two good ole boys with a knack for Low and Slow smoked BBQ , creating food the only way they know how–with smoke, freshness and passion.
Pulled Pork Sandwich | $7
Beef Brisket Nachos | $8
Cajun Shrimp Mac n Cheese | $9
Outback Willy’s is a group built of chefs and businessmen who love good ole fashion cooking. They cook with fresh veggies and the best meat around. Come enjoy the sight, sounds, and flavors of good ole fashion cooking from their smokers and griddles.
Pulled Pork or Grilled Chicken Pita Pocket | $8
Veggie Delight | $7
Fried Doozie | $7
Papa’s Roux House
Papa Roux started his career working for some of the best chefs around New Orleans. In culinary school he finished in the top of his class. After years of the wear and tear of the restaurant businessPapa Roux wanted a change of scenery. He had a food booth at a New Orleans local festival and his food was a success. He became an instant hero in the food business. Festival goers would wait in line for hours just to get a taste of Papa Roux’s famous Jambalaya. The next day Papa Roux quit his job and went on the road cooking at festivals around the world. Papa Roux even did a cooking demonstration for the Queen of England… She asked but of course he didn’t reveal his secrets.Now you can taste what all the hype is about!
From local farmers markets to national festivals, Puffs of Doom deviates from tradition by turning the concept of cream puffs upside down, with inspired flavors like Salted Caramel Chocolate and Bacon Ranch Mac & Cheese. Puffs of Doom is offering a special Voodoo menu with puffs available in sweet, savory, ice-cream, vegan and gluten-free options.
Sweet Puffs: Salted Caramel Chocolate or Peach Cobbler with Whisky Caramel | $6
Savory Puffs: Bourbon BBQ Pulled Pork or Bacon Ranch Mac and Cheese | $7
Combo: Savory Puff and Sweet Puff with choice of Chipotle Slaw or Bean Salad with mango, cilantro and lime | $13
Red Pepper Catering has been serving authentic New Orleans creole dishes since 2003, our experience is wide range from private school cafeteria’s after Hurricane Katrina, movie sets, emergency clean up and Louisiana festivals.
Bacon Wrapped Oyster on a stick | $10
Crab Cakes topped with Remoulade sauce and French fries | $10
Spring Rolls with dipping sauce | $7
The Roman Candy Company began as a family treat with a recipe that dates back at least four generations. Angelina Napoli Cortese, made the candy for family and friends at social and special events like Christmas and St. Joseph’s Day. The wagon and mule can be seen rolling through the streets of New Orleans, uptown, downtown and occasionally even in the suburbs on an almost daily basis.
Nestled on the Corner of Girod and Monroe in the Heart of Old Mandeville, the Rusty Pelican is a favorite stop for locals and visitors alike. Rusty Pelican’s friendly staff and open floor plan create a comfortable, casual dining experience.
Tica’s Tacos prides themselves on their menu featuring only fresh ingredients and chef inspired preparations of products. They offer delicious tacos, nachos, and burritos all made with love. They take great pride in the quality of their food and take the time to prepare it right, fresh daily on site and made to order. Their products are not frozen or deep fried unless necessary like for fresh tortilla chips and plantains. While traveling all around the country, Tica’s Tacos still gains repeat customers through great service, fun atmosphere, and awesome food and look forward to meeting new people everywhere!
One Pound Burrito | $12
Three Tacos (Vegan, Carnitas, Beef and Chorizo or Pollo Barbacora) | $12