Unique menu with good atmosphere and service was excellent. We came late as we enjoyed the quarter too much and missed our reservation elsewhere.
We went on a Sunday afternoon and I had read a review that touted the empanadas as a must have so we ordered them. They were greasy tasting and did not have enough filling. The cheese plate was fine and OK for the price. The homemade pickles were different but not a knockout. Ordered grits to go and thought they... More
My boyfriend and I both enjoyed the okra appetizer. My goat tacos were delicious and just the right amount of food. We shared the pumpkin pot de crème for dessert. The flavors were amazing, but I was in real fear for my dental work while eating the popcorn ball. Typically I don't like places with limited menus and small portion... More
I wanted to be pleased with this little hipster joint. It sat vacant in my Bywater neighborhood for so long. I've tried eating here twice and won't be checking to see if the third time is a charm. The music playing was a horrible din and the meals were very small and unsatisfying . One of the dishes was a... More
Go there - Do it. I had the meatballs with apples and dumplings in a light broth = light but hearty, and oh so tasty. Accompanied by a super cocktail called the Provision Prodder = Tequila, Fernet, D'Aristi and Lime. Insanely good. Go there. Do it!
Pleasantly surprised by how delicious the food was. I recommend the chicken with grits. Drinks were great too.
my stepdaughter took her dad and I out to dinner on fathers day, and took us to Maurepas Foods. what a disappointment. the waiter was good, and it is nicely decorated. the appetizers were ok. I had the gulf shrimp, which consisted of overcooked eggplant, with 3, yes - the grand total of 3, shrimp on top. for the price... More
Long a blue-collar neighborhood along the industrial Mississippi, New Orleans' Bywater is growing into one of the great dining areas in a city known for it's love of great food. A prime example is Maurepas Foods, which embraces the funky neighborhood 'je ne sais quoi' while serving up some darn good eats. They bill themselves as "Purveyors of Robust Cuisine"... More
Maurepas is a fun, casual, informal restaurant in the Bywater. The menu is based on what is locally available, so everything is fresh and delicious. Had the chicken quarter which was delicious. Served with the creamiest grits I've ever had. The greens were cooked and seasoned to perfection. There is a nice selection of fresh vegetables. The squash was great.... More
This is a nice restaurant which is trying a little too hard I think. The wait staff is a little uptight for New Orleans. The food is the same way. It's not really a 'neighborhood' place, but it's not 'fine dining' either. Not a family place either. Seems to be for couples or groups of people, who aren't afraid to... More
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