Was just walking along the sidestreets and decided to go in here with my wife, food was good but a lil pricey for the quatity/quality we received.
Some of my colleagues and I were in New Orleans for a few days and went to Pierre's for a late night (about 10PM) dinner. We couldn't have been more pleased. From the moment we entered the front door the entire staff, greeter, waiter, and owner, couldn't have been friendlier or more welcoming. We had the fried green tomatoes w/... More
I always eat here whenever I visit New Orleans. They no longer make seafood gumbo but I have found the chicken and sausage gumbo is really good. They have wonderful muffalettas and bloody marys.
I was looking forward to trying this restaurant with my family as it was recommended to us by a tour guide. It was an average experience with some hits and some misses. The food was really good. I had the blackened chicken jambalaya, which was a little too soupy for my tastes. Nevertheless, it was flavored very well. My husband... More
We were here just before the evening crowd. At the door we were immediately greeted by our waiter and the manager. Service was prompt. I had their Shrimp & Anduille Jambalaya; my wife had Shrimp & Grits. The jambalaya was creamy and delicious with just the right spices in the rice. Shrimp and sausage perfectly browned. The grits in my... More
Enjoyed a nontraditional Thanksgiving of shrimp and grits and it was soooo good! The hostess was so personable, and our waiter was charming - 2 days later, we returned for breakfast, and they both remembered us, and what we ate. And the breakfast was just as wonderful - I would definitely put this on my list of musts for the... More
Enjoyed Thanksgiving Dinner here. Offered a traditonal Thanksgiving dinner or regular menu options. Ate of the regular menu. had the crab cake dish with spinach which was absolutely delicious. Staff very helpful/friendly especially with regards to special dietary needs. Drinks good as well. slightly cramped seating but this seems to be a standard for all restaurants in the tourist areas... More
This is another restaurant we never miss and this time was perhaps the best ever. We enjoyed their well known and delicious bloody mary and the breakfast dishes were out of this world. My husband had a fabulous egg entree and I had yummy rice and beans with andouille sausage...my idea of a fun breakfast! Waiter was fantastic (not to... More
Stopped in at this restaurant quite by accident. Had the Crescent City sampler. The crawfish étouffée was the bed thing I've ever eaten! I've had better gumbo, and the jambalaya was over salted. My husband had the Nola trio and really enjoyed it, especially the meatloaf (which he says he'd order on its own if we went back). Our service... More
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