Bourbon St. is the most (in)famous street in New Orleans, but I would argue Andrew Higgins Blvd has the most to offer in the Crescent City. A few blocks away from the French Quarter, you can find the National World II Museum and the amazing Cochon Restaurant. There aren't many streets in the United States where you can speak with a D-Day veteran and enjoy some of the best authentic Cajun food in New Orleans.
The wood-fired oysters and meat pie (pictured above) were a nice start, and the cochon and homemade mac and cheese did not disappoint either. For those planning on having a memorable New Orleans night, finish your meal with a shot of moonshine. If Cochon hits the spot, I highly recommend going back to Cochon Butcher (right next door) for amazing sandwiches.