Hard Rock Cafe
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My family decided to go for a late lunch. Nearly every entree we ordered was bad. My husband's Twisted Macaroni with Grilled chicken was missing the chicken. Me and my mother ordered the 6oz. Burger cooked well done.....it was charred beyond recognition. And last but not least, my daughter's kids meal had a side of orange slices that were clearly half-eaten. On top of that, we saw our server maybe 3 times during our dining experience. This place will not be on our future places to eat whenever we visit New Orleans.
07/19/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I ate at here with a group of 10 high school students and two other adults from Oregon. We did not have reservations (recommended) and it took nearly 30 minutes for them to seat us. The service was poor, as our waitress was also serving at least four other tables in addition our group. It took over an hour for our food to arrive after we ordered and she only came by once to see if we needed anything. Moreover, the restaurant was so loud with bad 80s music that we all came out with our ears ringing. Definitely not one of our better dining experiences in New Orleans.
11/15/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The Hard Rock Cafe isn't bad - it's pretty much identical to every other Hard Rock Cafe in the world, though. The food is your average TGIFriday's/Chili's/Appleby's kind of fare only a bit more expensive. Yes, they have rock memorabilia on the wall. If that's the kind of thing that impresses you, then go on - go. But, baby, this is New Orleans. You could be going to a restaurant with a real musician instead of one with a musician's old guitar. The burgers are better at Port of Call and so are the drinks. And just around the corner on Rampart Street is Donna's - a genuine jazz/blues cradle with excellent barbecue. So if you're a tourist of the unimaginative, unadventurous variety who is more comfortable with the familiar or a frat boy wanting to throw a frat party, Hard Rock may be for you. But otherwise, c'mon - dip your finger into the real big easy.
11/30/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I was in a jam to have a big Christmas bash last year for 200 people. We we meeting in New Orleans and I had gotten this great place at an unnamed hotel. Well, they cancelled on me with only a week until the party. I called everywhere and no one could do it on such short notice. Someone suggested the Hard Rock, so I called. They were awesome. They put together a great menu, helped me get a dj, they decorated the place for me, and it was all ours for the night. It even saved my company over $2000 by having it there. Not to mention that we had a blast. Since it wasn't in a stuffy hotel and was in the Hard Rock Cafe we let loose and partied. It was fantastic.