Image Courtesy of Carnaval Lounge 

Five Spots to Eat & Watch the Chewbacchus Parade

11:00 February 02, 2022
By: Burke Bischoff

If you're looking for a New Orleans parade that's out of this world, then don't miss out on the Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus parade this Saturday, February 5. Chewbacchus, which will kick off at 7 p.m., is dedicated to all things science fiction like Star Wars, Star Trek, and so much more. But before the revelry starts, you're going to need a bite to eat! Here are five local establishments along Chewbacchus' parade route.


Founded in 2018 by mother-son pair Chef Lenora Chong and Larry Morrow, Morrow's is unique in that it serves authentic Korean dishes alongside New Orleans classics. Along with file gumbo and po-boys, you can also find bibimbap (aka a Korean rice bowl) and Korean BBQ short ribs on the menu. They even have plenty of oysters for you to enjoy! Order one or two of their signature cocktails and enjoy! 2438 St. Claude Ave., 504-827-1519,

"Map of Chewbacchus Parade," Image Courtesy of the Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus

Carnaval Lounge

Carnaval Lounge is the perfect place to be for the Carnival season! Featuring good music and tasty food and drinks, this is a good place to get your Chewbacchus party started. Their food menu contains Mexican specialties like birria tacos, burritos, and quesadillas. Not only do they have plenty of beer, you can also enjoy Latin cocktails like sangria and caipirinha. 2227 St. Claude Ave., 504-265-8855,

Landry's Seafood House

If you want a true taste of the Gulf Coast, you'll have to make a stop at Landry's Seafood House. While they have locations all over the South, you'll want to stick to their Decatur Street location to catch Chewbacchus. The restaurant's goal is to provide customers a sense of family and warmth, as well as fantastic seafood. Some of the dishes to choose from include BBQ shrimp, fried alligator, and crawfish etouffee. 620 Decatur St. Unit 1A, 504-581-9825,

Crescent City Brewhouse

Not only is Crescent City Brewhouse one of NOLA's premier brewery restaurants, it also holds the distinction of being the only microbrewery in the French Quarter. If you're looking to enjoy some quality beer, then this is the place for you. Order a beer flight and try a number of different selections like their pilsner and Weiss beer. Make sure to order one of their delicious sandwiches or from their oyster bar. 527 Decatur St., 504-522-0571,

Cafe Maspero

Café Maspero offers all of the classic Louisiana dishes that locals absolutely love. Make sure to try their pasta jambalaya or the red beans and rice. Their muffaletta is particularly famous and mouthwatering. They even have $1 daiquiris and bottomless mimosas! 601 Decatur St., 504-523-6250,

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