The Absolute Best Food Markets In The US

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St. Roch Market is an elegant, design-centric food hall in New Orleans that elevates top chef talent, foods, and beverages. Like The Big Easy’s French Market, St. Roch also has an important history. Opening in 1875, it is one of the city’s last remaining public markets. According to NOLA.com, St. Roch Market has survived epidemics, the Great Depression (with some renovation work done by Works Progress Administration), World War 2, and Hurricane Katrina — damage from the latter left it vacant for nearly seven years before it was immaculately restored once more.

St. Roch Market is small but mighty, currently featuring six vendors that offer coffee, Mediterranean cuisine with a New Orleans touch, gulf cuisine with a focus on fresh seafood, Burmese and Malaysian comfort food, cocktails, and a poke and sushi spot. The Infatuation says it’s a perfect brunch or lunch spot before a day out in the busy, artistic neighborhood of Marigny. While…

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