Very small selection of local brews but the ones they had were okay (Turbodog was what everyone kept ordering after sampling a few). They had a party up stairs so there was a lot of live jazz music filtering down to the lower dinning level which ended up making the evening better. The owner came out and chatted with us and danced around to the other tables (VERY nice older man). We sat at the only large table in the restaurant as a group of 8.
Waiting for the food tended to be a trend and we were also served homemade cornbread squares soaked in butter and honey. I'm a southern girl living in the New England area, so this was perfect in my opinion. The cornbread is also sweet, which is something anyone visiting the south should expect.
My spouse and I split a blackened fish platter but tried everyone's food too and didn't have a single bad dish between us. I think the music upstairs and owner really made the experience for us and we ended up having dessert (bread pudding, and cake) and wine even though we intended it to be a short meal before heading elsewhere.
I would come back if in NOLA for a few days (I tend to prefer new places, but would consider this if staying for several days again). Would be a great date or adult family meal. Children older than 5 were there and seemed to like it as well. Little room between seats, as is normal with most of NOLA.
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