Here are the newest businesses to launch in New Orleans

Here are the newest businesses to launch in New Orleans
Photo: French Truck Coffee/Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on March 29, 2019.

Looking to find out about the newest restaurant and retail additions to New Orleans? From a cafe to a traditional American restaurant, read on for the newest businesses to land recently.

French Truck Coffee

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Now open at 650 Poydras St. in Central Business District is French Truck Coffee, a spot to score coffee and tea. Stop by the shop and scoop a caffeinated beverage on your way to work or school.

In the mood to brew your own batch of coffee? Take a bag of roasted beans home with you. Options include Erato Espresso, Premium New Orleans Dark Roast, Decaffeinated Colombia and more. 

This business is also in retail, so if you like your experience, check out t-shirts, sweatshirts, coffee mugs or keychains. (Explore the website here for a full line of offerings and more information.)

Poke Poke

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A new addition to the French Quarter, Poke Poke is a spot to score poke and more that's located at 207 N. Peters St.

Start by choosing a base (rice, mixed baby greens or quinoa) and add in some protein (salmon, tuna and more) before finishing it off with toppings (jalapeño, corn, cilantro, scallion, etc.), sauce (wasabi aioli, sesame vinaigrette, house eel sauce, etc.) and texture (sesame seeds, onion, garlic or macadamia nuts). Check out the menu here

Molly's Rise and Shine

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Molly's Rise and Shine is a diner and breakfast and brunch spot, that recently opened its doors at 2368 Magazine St. in Irish Channel.

Molly's Rise and Shine offers favorites like the Grand Slam McMuffin with sage pork patties, hashbrowns and griddled onions; Colleen's Bagel Bite Tray; and the deviled egg toasted with cotija whipped egg mousse, refried red beans, cilantro, lime, red onion and pickled peppers. (Check out the full menu here.)

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