---nothing that would bring me back. We stopped in after a play & were glad to be seated without reservations. We were at that dead time of really late for lunch, but not quite dinnertime, so we were given the lunch menu, but not offered any specials. Our waiter kept disappearing; when we did see him, trying to get his attention was next to impossible. Finally got our drinks, but no cream for my coffee--gave up after asking twice. The menu was standard New Orleans fare (red beans & rice, po boys, various dishes featuring pulled pork & muffalettas), all decently prepared. However, for Pittsburgh, the prices were high (nearly $100) for 5 of us without any alcohol or desserts) & we were never offered drink refills. Our waiter vanished & another waiter closed out the bill. While it wasn't awful, there was nothing to make me go there again.
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