My husband and I ate here on a Sunday night. Anyone who thinks their foidc is authentic New Orleans good obviously hasn't had the real deal. Probably t he bl and eat shrimp etoufee I have ever had. The chef does not knows howw to...More
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Good food and drinks great place to hang out late night typically a live band on the weekend. The atmosphere is lively and upbeat, mixed age crowd but mostly millennials. Most of the food ia good but avoid the ribs they're not so great.
Funny didn't see many eating food. The place feels more like a bar than a restaurant . There's a back room and upstairs. Very dark. Rough concrete floors, exposed brick walls. Enjoyed some great tunes, fun crowd and no cover surprisingly. May have got in...More
First visit to the place. It was a little dark for my liking. I was seated right away which was great after a long day and a snowy cold walk from my hotel. The service was good as I was hungry. Thankfully the place was...More
This place LITERALLY has it all. When you walk in the place, you immediately hear the Dixieland jazz playing on the PA. There are wrought-iron fixtures, a vintage-looking chandelier, and the exposed brick façade that if you look at it long enough, you'd think you're...More
Had a limited amount of food. Service that slow started with the fried pimento cheese It was very good just Luke warm but good. The oysters were fresh and sweet. The service is where the ball was dropped. I would return if there was better...More
We ordered burgers and local beer. The burgers were really good, we got sweet potatoes as the side which were so good. I would definitely recommend this place if you are looking for a good burger. The bar was quiet at daytime. The only thing...More
Wonderful meal on a quiet Sunday evening. I had the Cajun Sampler - a great choice if you want just a little of everything. Prices were very comfortable for the business dinner with colleagues. Highly recommended!