The best thing we had was the appetizer crab cakes. The rest of the food was ok. Food is pricey but then again all food in Nola is expensive
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Hubby and I visited for lunch after a 4 hr. Bike tour. Hands down the best crab cakes and bread pudding in town. Large restaurant with 2 levels, great staff and food. You must try the oysters, crab cakes, red fish and bread pudding. We were so impressed visited on our last night in town, because we knew it would... More
We came in on a recommendation from a friend and we were not disappointed! The service was excellent, the food was great and the drinks were perfect! The place could use a little updating, but then again, it was kind of charming just the way it was.
Great breakfast! The hash and eggs were tasty and the black pepper bloody mary was good and the coffee was pretty standard. The Courtyard was nice and staff attentive without being overbearing. So much so that we had to hunt down the check when we were ready to go. It was a little pricey but not unexpected in a tourist... More
Food was good! A friend and I split a plate of chicken Alfredo pasta and it was the perfect sized portion. The waiter even divided the price of the dish between our two tickets to make it easier. Bathrooms are very clean. Friends had the shrimp Po boy and raved about how wonderful it was!
Enjoyed some of the best ribs and local gumbo I have ever tasted. The BBQ sauce was thick and tasty and the gumbo peppery as ever. Went there twice and enjoyed it both times.
Son and I chose to have local delivery. The concierge suggested Oceana Grill. Son had the New Orleans sampler with gumbo, crawfish ettouffe, and red beans and rice. I had crab cakes. Son had chocolate mousse and I had Bananas Foster ice cream. Our food was expensive and only okay. The chocolate mousse was delicious. I love bananas foster, but... More
food...I had the catfish lafouche. Line was about a 20 minute wait, but the different people walk on the streets allowed people watching to occur.
Very large choice of dishes. We had taste of Louisiana and Blackened Catfish followed by Bread Pudding. Very happy with our choices and the service was excellent, a very good example of team work from the staff.
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I will be in New Orleans next weekend Saturday August 8th, do you take reservations for a party of 3?
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