Tony travels beyond New Orleans and into Cajun Country to find out what sets bayou culture apart. He dines with locals Wendell Pierce and Lolis Elie, partakes in an authentic crawfish boil and ends his trip ...Go to Episode
Before heading to the airport Tony had to stop at Nor-Joe Importing Co., home to one of New Orleans' best muffalettas.
505 Frisco Ave, Metairie, LA 70005
Daiquiri Bay Cafe
One of the many highlights of New Orleans: the drive-through daiquiri shop.
1001 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Metairie, LA 70005
Willie Mae's Scotch House
Tony and Lolis Elie had lunch at Willie Mae's, a New Orleans landmark famous for the incredible fried chicken.
2401 St Ann St, New Orleans, LA 70119
Tony joined local Cajun chef Pat Mould for a traditional plate lunch of pork roast, crawfish etouffee, boudin and cracklings.
3015 Main Hwy, Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
In a cozy little building in Breaux Bridge, Glenda and her daughters cook up some of the best examples of local Creole cuisine. Tony had a stuffed turkey leg over rice.
3233 Main Hwy, Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
Ms. Linda's Soul Food Catering Co.
Linda Green serves up an Asian-inspired soul-food soup called Yakamein from the back of her truck. The soup picked up the nickname "old sober" because of its alleged hangover-healing powers.
New Orleans, LA
The oldest oyster operation in the US, P&J recently celebrated its 135th anniversary, although the business is still recovering from the BP oil spill. Tony visited the oyster company with local Chef Susan Spicer.
1039 Toulouse St, New Orleans, LA 70112