This place is not for the faint hearted but if you leave hungry, it is your fault as the servings are big and so tasty.
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I would have hated my girlfriend and I as guests if I was behind the bar working when we came barreling into Jacques-Imo's. We were scrambling to get some food to go excited to see Rebirth Brass Band next door at the Maple Leaf. Turns...More
We showed up at 5:15pm on Saturday and the place, opening at 5pm, was already crowded. The kitchen was in full motion and the bar was also jammed. The quail on the menu was fantastic and the grouper was also outstanding. The sides were a...More
The first dinner on our visit to NOLA turned out to be a very solid choice. The service was excellent and the food was very tasty. We choose to order five small plates. I had the alligator cheesecake and it was very cheesy and very...More
From the street BBQ oysters, to the incredibly, tasty dishes, this culinary Mecca shines! It's impossible to single out just one dish from the very inventive chef's outpouring of culinary delights!
You really come to this restaurant for the atmosphere. The servers are very friendly and on top of their game. The building is eclectic and fun, but it is a little tight. The tables are very close together and the noise level can rise, but...More
So on my last visit to New Orleans I visited a place that I found on the food channel network's the Best Thing I have Eaten show, and boy do I now know why!!! This food is mouth watering... Just typing this review takes me...More
If authentic New Orleans food is what you are craving and you're ready to leave the tourist traps behind, this is for you. The menu is great and the service was better. We've been in town for several days and this restaurant is exactly what...More
Nice restaurant and good location near the Maple Leaf Bar. I was part of a large group. The servers did a good job in accommodating the group, but the food missed the mark for some of us. When I find myself adding condiments, something is...More