Port of Call, New Orleans

New Orleans, LA — Port of Call is one of the Big Easy’s legendary dive bar/restaurants.

Opened in 1963 on the French Quarter’s eastern edge, the restaurant/bar/steakhouse has evolved over the years into something of an institution, popular with both locals and tourists. Their half-pound burgers have consistently been voted among the city’s best .

But I have to confess that I’ve never eaten there; this photo of its cool, vintage sign is as close as I’ve gotten. It’s a busy place, and often the line extends out the door.

Its website says the dress code is “extremely casual,” just as it should be in New Orleans.

Port of Call: http://portofcallnola.com

About Glen Abbott
Glen Abbott is a Florida-based travel writer & photographer specializing in motorcycle touring and travel. He is regular contributor to Harley-Davidson's HOG Magazine, and his travel features appear regularly in motorcycle magazines and other publications.

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