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The bartender was great. I travel alone and it’s nice to have company. The place was really slow on a Monday after the saints played. I tried the jambalaya from another reviewer. Really good. Not too hot but it creeps up on you. Reasonably priced.
It is difficult for many to get around NOLA, and on top of transportation issues, now we deal with “covid “ issues. Some businesses are sparse in their hours, some only open part of a day some a few days a week. So this place...looks like a great stop, but they aren’t family friendly. Not even at lunch hours. Over 21 only. They were nice about it, but it would have been nice if that were advised in the reviews, it would have saved us a trip.More
The food and service here are AMAZING! I had the best fried shrimp Po’boy on my trip here. My husband got the jambalaya and it was perfect. We also tried the Money Buns (banana beignets). They were delicious. I definitely recommend trying the food if...you are in town!More
We decided to go for food here after reading their amazing selection online. The food was amazing, great prices, the bar staff were amazing. So friendly and welcoming. I wish we had chance to go back again!
My visit was very pleasant. It was a nice little bar and a nice location. It was a nice escape from the loudness of a Mardi Gras day. I had the wings, mozerella sticks and red beans and rice which were great. It was a...nice portion of red beans and rice. My mom had a burger with sweet potato fries and fried crab bites and she said everything was great. The bar did become crowded but there was also an outside patio.More
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