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Known as the oldest African-American neighborhood in the United States, the historic Faubourg Tremé is undoubtedly one of New Orleans’ most culturally influential thoroughfares for dining. Revered as the site where many African slaves successfully obtained, bought, or bargained for their freedom, this 18th century suburb is responsible for stirring up a few of the Big Easy’s finest Creole plates. An easy walk from the famous French Quarter, Tremé offers both visiting travelers and locals an authentic taste of New Orleans’ past. Here, the best eateries to try around the Tremé neighborhood.