We just had some snacks during happy hour. Charcuterie was delicious. Old Fashioned was good but maybe a little weak. Super friendly staff.
Showed up towards the end of breakfast, not at the end.....just near the end and served what appeared to be old/remaining food.
This restaurant is owned and operated by a famous Chef by the name of John Besh. He also operates some other restaurants in New Orleans. I went there on a Thursday evening around 8 p.m. and it was insanely busy. The host staff appeared flustered and did not do a good job greeting or being attentive. The bartenders were pleasant.... More
I actually loved the space - seemed like we were in a bistro in Belgium.... I thought the menu looked fabulous, but what showed up at the table was disappointing. My French 75 was loaded with pulp, the foie gras had very little flavor, the flammekuechen was cold, and the ice cream was unpleasantly grainy. My companion had the chicken... More
This was our first time Luke and it certainly didn't disappoint. First impression were the 2 young ladies at the front desk, they were adorable, friendly and accommodating. Our waiter Kyle was very sweet and accommodating as well. The oysters were fresh and big. My husband ordered the pork shank with pork belly and bratwurst. Heart attack on a plate... More
Came to New Orleans for spring break with family. Tried Luke last night and thoroughly enjoyed it. True French style brassiere was fun and loud. Kids had burgers and croque monsieur. Fresh oysters and king crab were outstanding. Roasted chicken was good as well. French fries and "steamed chocolate" were table favorites. Will be back.
The oysters, (sausage, shrimp and grits), etouffee, and the bar were great - 5*. We ate there three times. It was fun and everyone was friendly. Highly recommended for anyone who wants a taste of NO. I've been to many restaurants in the Big Easy and this is one of the best of many great places to eat.
We happened upon Lüke upon arrival in New Orleans and since it had been recommended by a friend, decided to give it a try. We sat at the bar and enjoyed Saturday brunch, and Brandi, our bartender/server, was very attentive and welcoming. We enjoyed the Southern Breakfast and a dozen Louisiana shrimp, and then lingered for a drink during happy... More
A wonderful spot for happy hour or early dinner. Beautiful delicious oysters for a reasonable price. Cocktails were unique for a northerner but refreshing. Though a little off the Bourbon St. hoopla, worth a little work.
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