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The Soda Shop, National WWII Museum; New Orleans

F&W BNC 1999 John Besh's diner honors 1940s and '50s era soda fountains. Patrons perch on red vinyl bar stools to watch bow-tied soda jerks make seasonal sodas in flavors like melon and the NOLA classic nectar (vanilla, almond, egg white and cream). At breakfast, the Build-a-Biscuit sandwiches come with filling choices from Benton's bacon to house-made Spam.

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