New Orleans was forever changed by Hurricane Katrina. But today the vibrant city is rebuilding, and it's relying on what it knows best: its food and music.Go to Episode
Tony sampled the Oysters Rockefeller, a dish invented at Antoine's, which is the oldest operating restaurant in the United States.
713 Rue Saint Louis, New Orleans, LA 70130
The chefs of Cochon invited Tony to a BBQ where they showed him how to use a cajun microwave to 'nuke' an entire pig.
930 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA 70130
Tony was treated to a sampling of Cajun and creole flavors at this restaurant owned and operated by Emeril Lagasse.
800 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA 70130
Crawfish pie, fried roast beef po'boys and alligator piquant rounded out this spectacular meal at one of New Orleans most notorious local joints.
8324 Oak St., New Orleans, LA 70118