Get to know the freshest new businesses to launch in New Orleans

Get to know the freshest new businesses to launch in New Orleans
Bonci Pizzeria. | Photo: Maddy M. /Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on January 22, 2020.

Want to get to know the freshest new spots in New Orleans? From a seafood spot to a pizzeria, read on for a rundown of the newest destinations to open recently.

Streetcar Poboys & Seafood

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Stroll past 1610 St. Charles Ave. in Central City and you'll find Streetcar Poboys & Seafood, a new spot to score seafood, burgers and sandwiches. So far, it's been well-received: it's got a five-star rating out of 17 reviews on Yelp.

The newcomer offers New Orleans favorites like the po'boy (oyster, shrimp, catfish, alligator, sausage, ham or turkey), the Muffaletta sandwich and gumbo. Other menu items include dixie tacos, gourmet burgers and hand-tossed pizza.

Eversaint Salon

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Head over to 1515 St. Charles Ave., Suite 101, in Central City and you'll find Eversaint Salon, a new hair salon and nail salon.

The salon offers manicures and pedicures, hair treatments and haircuts for men, women and children. Other services include acrylic fill-ins, paraffin wax treatments, foot massages and eyebrow waxing. (Check out all the salon's services here.)

Bonci Pizzeria

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A newcomer to Central Business District, Bonci Pizzeria is a spot to score pizza and more that's located at 726 Julia St.

This Italian-based franchise also has locations in Rome and Chicago. The spot serves up Roman-style pizza that is cut into small squares with scissors and sold by the pound. In addition to the standard pizza selections, there are also unique options like the lasagne mozzarella nutmeg or the potato soppressata ricotta parsley. (Explore the entire menu here.)

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