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Very nice place, we just got there at happy hour for drinks, the place is very nice an clean and excellent service. Not giving 5 stars because it was a little expensive for the type of food they serve. Concept is good.
Very cool dining concept--an upscale, open food court with central seating around a U-shaped full bar or tables all around the court. Lots of variety--seafood/oysters, pizzas, Indian / Thai, traditional, southern, lots of vegetarian options, desserts, etc. Nice wine selection as well. Family friendly but...More
This is more of a food court experience. Here a family can choose from seafood, sandwiches, sushi, ice cream, and even a full bar, ensuring the entire party will enjoy lunch/dinner. It’s upscale food in a very comfortable atmosphere and moderately affordable price.
As vegans, my husband and I were searching for a place to eat after visiting the WWII museum. We stopped in at the Auction House Market and 4 or so places had vegan options! We ate a delicious jackfruit sandwich and bean salad from Jaxx's...More
An invite of a product launch has brought me here.
The space is large and atmosphere welcoming. Food is good as are the variety of drinks.
We had the space from 6 to 9 pm. A good place for a product launch!
This place has a good variety of different vendors. When we visited there were about 6 or 7. There is a bar in the centre of the market. I think this is a great concept because you have a choice of what type of food...More
The atmosphere is very cool and is great if you’re looking for pictures for your Instagram (the women’s restroom was also unique and decorated).
However, I felt the food was overpriced and mediocre. My food was cold and I had to go back to have...More
By a day or two into my trips to NOLA I always need to find some healthier and lighter food options after indulging in the mostly rich regional food! A friend suggested Auction House Market and it was perfect! We had a tuna poke bowl...More
We were three. I ordered a dozen chargrilled oysters while my man got Sazaracs and my daughter went off in search of a curried paneer dosa. We shared. Wow! And this is the tip of the iceberg. Want Thai, or po’boys, or macaroons?
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