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Wonderful experience! Husband and I enjoyed our first visit so well we went back on a Sunday afternoon during a market held in the park adjacent to restaurant. We rode our bikes on the Tammany Trail that travels next to restaurant. I had a poboy...More
My husband and I enjoyed lunch at Abita Brew Pub. We enjoyed a beer while waiting for our table. The bartender was very generous with letting us taste the different draft offerings. Once seated, the food and service was excellent. Fun live old time/swing music...More
Authentic down home real home cooking. Every entree we ordered was delicious. The catfish po-boy, honey-shrimp wrap, etouffee, and the blackened mahi-mahi were all so good that if we are ever in the area again we will go out of our way to eat at...More
We just headed off in the direction of LA and ended up in Abita Springs, LA Great choice!! Quaint and we loved the town. We ate a late supper at the Abita Brew Pub and although with my many food allergies they couldn't accommodate me...More
I have been to the brew pub 3 times in the past month. Our family loves it here. But the bartender with dark hair and glasses is excessively rude to her servers. After I saw her treat one waitress the way that she did I...More
Found a long hair in my oyster poboy soon after starting the meal. Took a while for the waitress to come back. I showed her; both she and the manager insisted it came from the bakery, although it was in the middle of the sandwich,...More
Travelled here from Pensacola just to get some Turbodog on draft and was very happy I did. Great pub with delicious food and best beer in the south. Located right on Tammany Trace across from Abita Springs Park. Gotta check out the 1884 Pavilion. Come...More
Since they are completely separate entities now, that is unfortunate. I doubt the Pub has a webmaster keeping it up to date, while the brewery most certainly does. FYI, the pub menu is traditional southern fare: fried... More
Since they are completely separate entities now, that is unfortunate. I doubt the Pub has a webmaster keeping it up to date, while the brewery most certainly does. FYI, the pub menu is traditional southern fare: fried seafood, etouffee, burgers, big salads. I love the sweet potato fries and the garlic smashed potatoes. My kids love the Killer Burger. Pretty good hummus, calamari, and crab claws. But mostly I go for the great selection of beer on tap.