It's tucked away, but don't miss this treasure of a restaurant. The chef, actually comes out to talk to patrons, and interacts with everyone. The food is delicious and screams New Orleans. Again Don't miss this.
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It's a small place - we went Sunday morning so were offered a brunch menu. I had a crawfish frittata, and my husband had a traditional breakfast. Both were very good! Servie was good, even though there was a short wait. We would like to...More
If you are thinking about going to Emerils, Dragos, or K Pauls, you must consider Katie's. The charbroiled oysters slessinger is amazing and the provel garlic cheese bread is just down right delicious. The service was courteous and professional. I highly recommend trying this hidden...More
It was sunny and warm and we looked into a patio table for Sunday brunch, arrived around 12:30 ish n waited about an hour but worth it! Sister in law had bottomless red sangria, I had bottomless mimosas, $15 each and we did our share!!...More
We had the seafood platter plus soft shell crab. The fried oysters and shrimp were delicious, but we’re served atop a truly enormous mound of fries.... more than most diners would eat. The side of cold slaw was very tasty. The flounder was very good,...More
We were watching the Food Network and we saw the reviews on this restaurant. So this was on our list when we visited New Orleans, lot locals were present so that was plus sign. Second sign you had to wait, fortunately we called ahead. As...More