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“"Real Nawlin’ food"”
The restaurant isone of the hottest food tickets in town, known for its eclectic mix of Creole and Cajun specialties, at reasonable prices — its irrepressible owner/chef, Jacques Leonardi, who holds court each night dressed in a white chef's jacket, shorts and Birkenstock clogs. The place is decorated like a kaleidoscopic dream of Southeast Louisiana: a blue marlin arches over the entrance and a boar's head noshes on a Barbie Doll while Mardi Gras beads and Christmas lights glisten from the overhead light fixtures. A poster from "Southpark" here, a picture of the "Blessed Mother" there and, everywhere, paintings of local musicians. Reservations are only taken for parties of five or more up to 30 days in advance.
Our best meal during our New Orleans stay -- and the most fun. Make your reservations early as this place rocks. Had a Hurricane at the bar first but the Watermelon Mojito was the star. They... Read more
Phenomenal food and service. Was there with a large party and everything we shared was amazing. Interesting interior and a cool walk through the kitchen to get to the back dining area. Food... Read more
From the moment you walk in, you can't help but be in a good mood here - it's contagious. The funky décor and welcoming staff and happy customers all add up to a good time. Every bite of food is... Read more
- Mon - Fri: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Sat: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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