Late check in at our hotel and this place was our first stop. John our server greeted us with a smile and suggestions from the menu. Full bar here with a family atmosphere, no smoking inside so that was a plus. Let me say if...More
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Hostess, didn't seat us where we requested. Waiter was almost offensive. Food was acceptable, but not at all good. No complaints about the beer.
Dined here for 2 dinners while in New Orleans, that's how good this place is. The first time we went for the crawfish boil which was awesome and so fun to do with a group. We kept looking around at all the other food being...More
After a day of enduring the heat we got a shower and headed back to the french quarter to try the French Market. We were tempted to leave because the wait was a bit long. but I'm so glad we stayed. We were seated on...More
The first thing you'll notice of this restaurant is the fantastic smell of crawfish boil that streams down the street right outside the restaurant! It was cause enough for me to stop hit up anything they where putting into that boil! Decorated with a wonderful...More
Ate here after getting off the tour bus and being quite hungry, we hit the first available spot available. We split a oyster/shrimp po-boy and I had a cup of gumbo as well. Both the sandwich and soup were very good. Service was good and...More
This is our go to place for oysters . We usually sit at the bar and find the service excellent. I have noticed the seafood platters look great and piled high. It doesn't matter what time we arrive their always busy.
We had the grilled trout dinner and the shrimp & grits and both were very good. If a little crowed inside because the tables are so close together but the food was really good.