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What Are The Seniors’ Favorite Places To Eat Lunch?


The Company Burger

Created by a former Newman student, the Company Burger is a common stop on Freret street for a quick bite. The high-quality ingredients and expert craftsmanship make the burgers and sides a delicious, but expensive choice for seniors. 

Bayou Hot Wings

Bayou Hot Wings serves up spicy, sweet, or mild hot wings, boasting a perfect balance of heat and flavor. The crispy texture and bold sauces make Bayou Hot Wings a go-to spot for those craving a satisfying, but trouble-free lunch experience.

Good Bird

Also on Freret Street, Good Bird offers a quick and easy dining experience with their various dishes that strike the perfect balance of ingredients. This sandwich shop offers a large selection of sandwiches and paninis, making it a great lunch stop or after-school snack.

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers

Raising Cane’s is a local favorite, celebrated for its mouthwatering chicken fingers and canes sauce. The simplicity of their menu, coupled with the irresistibly flavorful Texas Toast, makes it a delicious go-to spot for a straightforward dining experience in the heart of the south.

Rouses Market

Rouses Market offers a delightful culinary experience with its diverse array of fresh and flavorful offerings in the self-serve area. From locally sourced produce to carefully crafted prepared meals, students have a huge array of choices for a simple lunch. 


Barracuda boasts a delicious menu that delivers a unique fusion of flavors in their Mexican dishes.  Whether it’s their inventive tacos or flavorful bowls, Barracuda offers an amazing dining experience that is often a staple for Newman group lunches.

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Marie Wilder
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