We were a large group of women so they accommodated us in a large open room upstairs in the restaurant. The place is pretty inside with large windows, wooden floors and tin ceilings. I really thought I was going to be very impressed with this place, but was disappointed. Part of our menu was fixed, but we had a choice of entrees and dessert. I'm not a fan of beet salad so that wasn't a big hit for me. The gumbo was fine, not too spicy, and it was tasty. I chose a pork entree which was shredded pork with some very small potatoes and grated cheese on top, not spectacular. Bread pudding was OK, but creme brulee was better. The wait staff were all very nice but the overall service was unbelievably SLOW. The meal took 3 hours. I like to visit with people over dinner but this was way too long a wait. We only had wine with dinner (a cash bar) and it was fine. I grew up in Louisiana and expect stellar food and service from a place associated with John Besh. Perhaps he should visit more often and tweak the menu and service to measure up to his standards in his N.O. restaurants. I would probably give this place another try on a future visit.
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