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My wife and I stopped here on the way back from a bike ride to City Park. Everyone was very welcoming in this small neighborhood restaurant/bar. Best Creole gumbo we had in New Orleans and the bbq shrimp was simply the best dish of our...More
Looking at the exterior alone, I could never have persuaded my wife to eat here, but I had read the reviews. When you step inside it's a cozy atmosphere and attractive. We were promptly seated and I ordered a bowl of gumbo for $10.95. Delicious....More
This was our very first meal in New Orleans--recommended by several different locals--and it was the BEST first stop I could have imagined. We rolled in for lunch, and ate what the waitress recommended--the BBQ shrimp po'boy. It was amazing. Our daughter ate the garlic...More
Recommended by friends, we went for dinner one night. My wife thought the gumbo was excellent. I had the catfish po' boy. It turned out to be fried. I was hoping for something besides fried, but, not surprised. Very good, not at all greasy. Had...More
We flew into town, dropped our bags at the hotel, walked across the quarter then taking over here for dinner. We both had gumbo and fried shrimp po-boy combo, the gumbo is my favorite in the city and the fried shrimp Po-Boys were perfect. First...More
I was in New Orleans for two weeks and ate po'boys at probably a dozen different restaurants, from high-end to dives. The BBQ Shrimp Po'Boy at Liuzza's was BY FAR the best-tasting and it wasn't even close!
Don't let the name mislead you--it's not really...More
3 sites listed Liuzzas By the Track with best Gumbo. Not disappointed. It's definitely a neighborhood watering hole with friendly locals. Jonas and Meredith were so kind. Tried gumbo and Crawfish etouffee...so delicious!!!
All poboys are good. For me the shrimp and the softshell crab poboys are the most delicious. The place is a neighborhood joint and the kitchen closes early. Call before you go, but go. It's well worth it. During Jazz Fest it is a must...More