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At Jimmy J's Café, we make everything from scratch using the freshest ingredients. It takes a while longer, but we know it makes all the difference. We are one of the French Quarter's best kept secrets. Ask anyone from the Big Easy and they will tell you we know the secret to making good food. New Orleans is famous for our music, hospitality, and one-of-a-kind cuisine.
We stumbled across it hours after arriving in NOLA and we were searching for a place for a late lunch. We walked at 30 minutes before close but the staff weren't worried about that and we ordered and finished right at 3:00 PM. The meal...More
Crappy service. Ok food. Canned "gulf" shrimp that were smaller than a dime. Forget about getting a glass of water. All 4 tables that our waitress served asked for water, she refused to serve a single table water. WTF?
We had a really hard time trying to find good places to eat in the French quarter, that was filling and just plain out tasted good. This place was just across from our Hotel on canal street. I had woken up with the worst ever...More
Small, quaint, and colorful setting. Easy menu, but diverse in flavors. Sweet waitresses, and solid prices. I recommend the seafood and spinach omelette but don’t forget to check out what kind of French toast styles they offer!
I went with my 10 month old and the food was absolutely amazing! I ordered the Egg Americano and I literally ate every bite. It was my best meal during my stay.
The staff were absolutely amazing. Especially Dawn. The were so friendly and helpful....More
My husband and I ate here twice during our four days in NOLA. Only 10 tables so there is likely a wait but you should. We had 3 Little Pigs, the Cochan Burrito, Breakfast Bowl, and the Shrimp French Toast. All were large quantities with...More
We ate an amazing breakfast! New Orleans coffee served with real, chilled cream. We had the pineapple rum raisin French toast with a side of double smoked bacon and the Cochon burrito with a side of home fries. Don’t leave here without eating the home...More
A long line of people waiting outside for a table. Only 10 tables. Don’t be discouraged. WAIT!!! Some of the best food, and cooking, that I’ve had in NOLA. My wife had their Angus burger, and I had their truffle omelette. Prices very reasonable. Service...More
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