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New Orleans Bars with Food 

Many local bars keep the cuisine simple with hearty and affordable options for a meal or to refuel after a night out.

Liuzza's By the Track At first sight, one might not guess Liuzza's by the Track has a kitchen. The unassuming corner bar is tucked behind the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots and there's limited seating. The bar is known for its Bloody Marys and serving iced schooners of beer. But there is a small kitchen and it delivers a tasty menu of local staples with a few twists. Highlights of the menu include a garlicky oyster po-boy and a unique barbecue shrimp po-boy. The shrimp po-boy features a hollowed-out pistolette filled with shrimp in peppery butter sauce. There's also fried seafood po-boys, Creole gumbo and plenty of neighborhood regulars enjoying the fare. 1518 N. Lopez St., 218-7888

Banks Street Bar Patrons at Banks Street can get pizza and Italian fare from Lazaro's, located at the back of the neighborhood bar. 4401 Banks St., 486-0258;

Bruno's Tavern Just blocks from Tulane and Loyola universities, Bruno's serves burgers, po-boys, salads and fries loaded with toppings like roast beef debris, bacon, cheese and sour cream to college students and neighbors. 7538 Maple St., 861-7615;

Buffa's Bar & Restaurant Better burgers than Port of Call down the street? Some swear by the grub at Buffa's Bar & Grill, where you can eat in the small bar up front or the non-smoking, Eugene O'Neill-esque back room (open Wed.-Sun.). 1001 Esplanade Ave., 949-0038,

Ernst Cafe Since it's a busy downtown lunch spot during the day, it should be no surprise this corner bar serves reliable burgers, wraps, salads and more. 600 S. Peter St., 525-8544;

Lost Love Lounge Head to the counter in the back room of the Lost Love Lounge for Vietnamese staples including shrimp and pork spring rolls, pho, vermicelli bowls and banh mi. 2529 Dauphine St., 949-2009;

LUCY'S RETIRED SURFERs BAR & RESTAURANT Lucy's surfing memorabilia sets the right ambience for California surf shack fare including burgers and Mexican favorites. 701 Tchoupitoulas St., 523-8995;

Markey's Bar This busy Bywater corner bar has plenty of sports on TV, pool tables and a shuffleboard game and a short menu of hearty fare. 640 Louisa St., 943-0785;

Ugly Dog Saloon This saloon has a smoker on site to slow-cook meats for its slate of barbecue sandwiches and platters and the tasty coleslaw. 401 Andrew Higgins Blvd., 569-8459;

Wit's Inn Pizza is the specialty at this neighborhood bar, but there also are spicy wings, salads, calzones, sandwiches and subs on a menu full of Italian accents. 141 N. Carrollton Ave., 486-1600;

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