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French Quarter
0.3 miles from French Quarter
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$10 - $35
Special Diets
Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night
American, Bar, Seafood, Cajun & Creole
Takeout, Seating, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, BYOB
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visiting from Florida and wanted some good seafood. Was very disappointed. Ordered half raw half char grilled. Received the chargrilled a good 15 minutes ahead of the raw. Chargrilled were probably the best thing on the table entire day. Wasnt able to order from the...lunch menu because it was a weekend. Unfortunate because everything else was pretty generic. I got the snow crab. The most over cooked over priced snow crab I've ever eaten. Wont be back.More

Date of visit: January 2021
Reviewed January 9, 2021 via mobile

My husband, myself and 2 young adult children ate at Felix’s for lunch during the week. We were the only ones at the Bourbon Street entrance. We all arrived having different likes and wants. There was something for all of us. My husband and son...enjoyed their traditional New Orleans choices while my daughter and I enjoyed our cheeseburger and club sandwich. The server and hostess were very nice and helpful.More

Date of visit: January 2021
Reviewed December 4, 2020 via mobile

Amazing grilled shrimp and vegetables and sweet potato fries. Also, fried shrimp platter was super good too! Ambiance is lacking, looks like a run down diner, but food was real good and worth a visit. Prices are reasonable too!

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed November 29, 2020 via mobile

Great location, friendly attentive staff. Love this place for lunch. Redfish, etoufee, and the highlight fried crawfish tails. We returned later in the week for beers and more crawfish tails. NOLA Blonde is an excellent beer- my favorite of the locals.

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed November 28, 2020

The house special margarita was great. The spicy cocktail sauce is also good. The chargrilled oyster were also good, but not my favorite in the quarter. The rest of the meal was solid, but unremarkable. The server was fantastic. She was attentive and pleasant. Overall...a good place to eat for me, but I would not seek it out.More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed November 10, 2020

This was one of the best meals we had in NOLA. The bbq shrimp was amazing and not at all what I expected. It was bbq seasoning not sauce and it was so decadent and rich. Service was great. Highly recommend!

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed November 3, 2020

My wife and I popped into this restaurant mainly to grab a quick bite and get off the noisy street. We were seated near the widow so we could still people watch without dealing with the crowds. Since this place specialized in oysters, I decided...it was time to try them again in a restaurant setting (the last time I did that was in San Antonio and I got sick). So we ordered a 1/2 dozen raw and the waiter delighted us by giving us two additional ones that were "char grilled". The raw ones were very good for "store bought" oysters - but still not as yummy had I picked them off the shore myself on the beach. The oysters were a great size for eating: not too small, not to big. The cooked sample he gave us were outstanding if you like parmesan cheese, butter, and garlic. They were so good that we ordered a 1/2 dozen of the char grilled ones too! We had such a good starting snack that I decided to order a 1/2 po-boy sandwich with fried oysters. Another excellent choice! The wait staff was great too.More

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed November 2, 2020

We had the most appalling experience here. We were so excited to try this place but I was turned off from the second we approached the door. The door greeter was the rudest individual I believe I have ever come across. She didn’t even open...the door for us. She just did the hand motion for us to come in. It was extremely obvious that she had a horrific attitude. Looked like she smelled something really foul. Then when she seated us, she glanced down at the dirty table and promptly sauntered away like it wasn’t her problem. She needs to be fired, yesterday. Rude as hell. No one bothered to even order our drinks and it was so loud in there you couldn’t even think straight. I don’t even know how this place is still in business. We got up and went to Bourbon House. The hell with that. There just ain’t no sense in all that. Saw all I needed to see here. Wish I could leave a -10.More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed October 21, 2020

Delicious! We had the Gumbo and fish and oyster po boys. We were greeted and sat immediately. Server was very sweet and helpful. The portions were good and we both dined under 35$- not easy to do in the quarter. Definitely would go back.

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed October 19, 2020 via mobile

Good food at a decent price. Good barbecue shrimp. The oysters that are char grilled are the speciality. The place is a little grungy. During the time of Covid I saw a waitress take a paper towel and just swipe the crumbs and water off...the table and sit the next customers. Definitely no sanitation.More

Date of visit: October 2020
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May 16, 2019|
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Response from RamblingRay9161 | Reviewed this property |
They have red beans and rice, several salads, and sautéed vegitables
May 19, 2016|
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Response from David and Cindy F | Reviewed this property |
945 Magazine St.
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Response from Faye C | Reviewed this property |
Walk to Canal St and catch a city bus. It puts you off and you walk toward the back of the bus 2 blocks. I THINK the bus left from Canal & Magazine Streets. The museum is on Andrew Higgins Dr. between Camp and Magazine... More
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