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Pier 424 is a unique Bourbon Street destination offering a wide selection of fresh, local seafood prepared daily in a market-style setting. Select from all the freshest fare-oysters, lobsters, boiled seafood and fresh fish-served in traditional dishes. Features include one of the largest oyster bars in the city and covered balcony for dining and enjoying the city’s world famous people watching.
$6 - $35
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night
American, Bar, Seafood, Cajun & Creole
Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
All reviews oysters lettuce wraps frog legs fried alligator hush puppies red beans and rice jambalaya fries chicken shrimp po boy bread pudding bourbon street sat at the bar french quarter oyster bar an appetizer server
Great meal and service. We visited the area June 12-21 and we had the best service here--for any meal. Enjoyed our time and didn't feel rushed to leave like we did at other places. Food and drinks were great.
We wanted to pop in one last place for oysters before we left for the airport. We picked Pier 424 because it was close and was happy that we did.
We sat at the bar and Danny was awesome! He was very friendly and we...More
RACIST!!!! They did not want to serve us but they served attitude the whole time! They have no respect for black people DO NOT spend your hard earned money with people who don’t even respect OUR CULTURE! They exploit us to make money off us...More
Date of visit: June 2020
CCRCNOLA, Area Manager at Pier 424 Seafood Market, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Angela sorry about the experience you encountered. This is not how I run my restaurant or life. Please email me your contact information. I would like to talk to you about this. I need to make sure this never happens again. Again I am terribly...More
First time to the south. Where I'm from there is no cajun or creole food. Found many places serving creole or jambalaya. A few had alligator sausage which I would have tried. Prices ranged from $13 to low $20's. Found this restaurant that had Creole...More
The food wasn't anything special, but my husband liked it. The prices were about the same as the other restaurants we went to while in New Orleans. The atmosphere was ok. Our waitress was really great.
Another gem of a family restaurant along Bourbon street. Amazing service, the best authentic Hurricane drinks around (the actually still use real fruit juice versus the mix at other places!). We had the crab appetizer - it was yummy! The brownie and pecan deserts were...More
Four of us stopped in during Lunch time. We ordered (4) different appetizers: Fried calamari (crunchy and OK); 2 orders of crawfish lettucewraps (good); and crab cakes (excellent). Also, beer and wine. The total seemed a little high, but most of the food was good....More
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