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But I can see why people line up for Breakfast at this spot.
Very friendly staff, great value, seating is a bit tight but feels very "local," and the food is outstanding.
One of the best breakfasts I've had in a very long time.
Lucky to find a spot at the bar upstairs for breakfast. we arrived comparatively early around 9:30-10AM. When we were leaving around 11 AM, the place was packed with a long line at the door. So , arrive early if you can. Ordered green fried...More
Interesting place, inside and out. Before going in, admire the building decorations. On the inside, admire the chalkboard labeled SPECIALS. I came here with a friend who is a NOLA resident. He ordered the biscuit & gravy and a side of praline bacon. I had...More
After a 50-minute wait, which we didnt mind since we anticipated a delicious breakfast, we were seated at our table. Once our waitress took our order, we waited another 30-40 minutes before our eggs came out. Unfortunately our food was lukewarm to cold, my eggs...More
Get a plate of praline bacon. It's unreal. I also got a French toast breakfast burrito. It was pretty good and creative. Just a bit bland. other than that pretty good. Cool decor. A bit pricey. In Bywater
Just had brunch at Elizabeth’s on our way out of town. Such a treat. It’s a fun, eclectic place with delicious food!! I had the Eggs Florentine which was the most unusual yet delicious version I’ve ever had. Poached eggs served over chunky potatoes surrounded...More
This was one of our favorite meals in New Orleans. We stayed in an Airbnb around the corner. Didn't know what to expect when we walked up to it - what a nice surprise. Eclectic, artsy. Cabs/ubers were pulling up dropping carloads of people. Even...More
So far my favourite place for breakfast in New Orleans. This place was recommended by a waiter at Red Fish, another highly recommend place to go if you’re here.
You’ll certainly get a classic NOLA breakfast here in a more authentic way. And the many...More
This is a gem we heard about from the local cab driver on our way to our AirBNB. It wasn't too far to walk from our stay, or then to walk into the city. When we first arrived we were a bit disheartened by the...More
Visited in early February 2020 at the suggestion of a local couple who have years of living in New Orleans. We were told that it might be noisy; it wasn't. Nor was it crowded. Service was prompt and the beer was cold. I had the...More
Grits, Eggs, Bacon, Smoked Pork Chops, Fried Chicken Livers with Pepper Jelly, Waffles ( I Think they're made with Sweet Potatoes) and topped with Duck, and Numerous other Tasty Dishes with a Distinctive New Orleans Flair... More
Grits, Eggs, Bacon, Smoked Pork Chops, Fried Chicken Livers with Pepper Jelly, Waffles ( I Think they're made with Sweet Potatoes) and topped with Duck, and Numerous other Tasty Dishes with a Distinctive New Orleans Flair for Flavor. They also have a Breakfast Burrito That is the Best. OH, and you get a choice of Homemade Biscuit or Toast and Sausage Gravy !!!! They've got other stuff too and it"s all Good.
Okay Now I;m Hungry Again.