Places to go in New Orleans -
Things to do in the Big Easy. If there's one thing that
New Orleans is known for, it's great food. Cajun,
Creole, Beignets, flavored snowballs, and of course, pecan
pralines. For anyone taking a trip to New Orleans, at
the top of the to-do list is the obligatory visit to Tee-Eva's
Old Fashioned Pies and Pralines, located only minutes from the
Auntie Eva, better know as the
Praline Queen of New Orleans, has had her Creole cooking
featured everywhere from magazines to the Food Network.
Spicy jambalaya, hot gumbo, warm sweet potato and rich pecan
pie straight from the oven, and of course her signature treat:
the traditional praline.
Visitors to the city make their
way down historic Magazine street (over six miles of unique
shopping), to enjoy one of Tee-Eva's decadent pies, spicy
Cajun cooking, and rich, creamy pecan pralines. The
murals of Tee-Eva's make it a must-see landmark of Nawlin's
cuisine, and an ideal place to snap a few photos to remember
Tee-Eva's is located at 5201 Magazine
street at the intersection of Napoleon Ave, Uptown New Orleans. Click Here to enter your starting location and receive driving
directions from Mapquest.
To reach Tee-Eva's by bus, catch the
Magazine bus at Canal Street, Downtown in front of the
Sheraton Hotel, to the corner of Napoleon.
Shop hours are Monday-Saturday
from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and Sundays from 12 Noon to 5:00 PM.