It was a rainy Saturday and we needed gumbo. Though I lived in New Orleans years ago, I had never been to Liuzza’s. The gumbo is more brothy, and it’s not heavy on rice. It’s full of goodies, and so flavorful!
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After spending the afternoon at the Fair Grounds horse track, we ducked into Liuzza's by the Track located just around the corner. It's a small neighborhood café & bar with mostly locals who all seem to know each other. We opted for a shrimp po...More
Restaurant Liazza’s by the Tracks is situated close to Esplanaza Avenue just outside Nola city centre. The establishment offers simple, yet good food, mainly classical American and Cajun dishes. The restaurant radiates a no-nonsense atmosphere. Food is home-style and tasty. The service is adequate. We...More
If you're in the area of the race track do yourself a favor and stop in Liuzza's for a bbq shrimp poboy! It is how shrimp should always be prepared. The beer is ice cold and the staff treats you like family.
As part of a day tour of NOLA, my family and I were taken to Liuzza's by our guide to try the bbq shrimp PoBoy, spicy gumbo and local brews. You walk in and write your name on a clipboard prior to being seated at...More
Stopped here on a bike tour a few years back and decided to revisit. I remember the gumbo being very good and I remembered right! Also had the Shrimp Romoulaude, which the shrimp seemed very fresh. The sauce was great, just a bit too much...More
Stopped in for lunch on the way to MSY. This is a small quaint place. The wait staff was friendly and prompt. I had the gumbo and the BBQ shrimp special with a cold glass of Dixie draft. The meal was perfection. In fact, I...More
Had the lunch special of Soft Shell Crab Platter. Came with fries, cold slaw, and garlic bread. The crab was large and fried well. Good taste. Also had a roast beef po-boy and a cup of seafood gumbo. Although tasty, the gumbo was a bit...More
Classic NOLA slightly seedy neighborhood dive The kind you wished you had in YOUR neighborhood Big schooners of cold local beer accompany as expected big easy standbys Go with the stuffed shrimp po boy- you best be hungry