Let me tell ya' ... CRAZY AL'S is smokin' .... with about a 200x200 sq. ft. building, you have enough room to dance yo' AZZ OFF on FRI-SAT night when it's Wild - n - CRAZY ... DJ starts @ 2am-6am but come early to get CRANKED UP & TANKED UP for the WILDEST PARTY on THE LAKE .... WED - FREE CRABS - ALL you can eat ... they boil about 600 pounds and just throw them on the table and you eat as much as you can handle ... you can also bring your corn-potatoes-mushrooms-sausage in your own bag and they will throw it in the boil for ya' ... Now that's down right hospitable of 'em, don't ya' think ... :) ... On SUNDAY, this is a MUST STOP for all BIKERS to get a COOL DRINK and EAT ALL THE - BBQ - you want before taking off on the next adventure ... Watch the Beautiful Sunset's - Sunrise's on Lake Ponchartrain and Lake Catherine ... Located right next to Fort Pike on Hwy 90 ... near the NEW RIGOLETS BRIDGE ... The HOTTEST BARATENDER'S ON THE LAKE are waiting to serve you ... The Owners welcome you to a HOT SUMMER PARTY @ CRAZY AL'S ..... Tell 'em ... JET ... sent ya' ... peace, love, happiness and to the pursuit of all new forks in the road !
Well known, upscale restaurant in the French Quarter. Adjacent to the Roosevelt Hotel, which by itself is a must-see. When dining out, I appreciate the food, the atmosphere and perhaps most importantly the service. The staff was friendly and seemed to genuinely care about us enjoying our dining experience. They were very busy while we were there and a couple of times we were left waiting long periods of time. Best known for its gourmet pizza, which I had and was excellent. The rest of the menu was very good as well, according to my fellow diners. I would give the atmosphere a B+, the food a B+ and the service a B. I would recommend it to others and would consider dining there again while in New Orleans.
This place was delicious! We went for breakfast but were a little late so ate off the regular menu. We were in a group of three. I consider the bill reasonable for what we got and where we were. All three of us ate, had one mimosa, dessert, and two french quarter coffees for under $80. I had the sampler (jambalaya, etoufee, and gumbo) which came with 3 good size slices of french bread, my husband had the Pasta Maque-Choux, and our friend got the fried green tomatoes. Everything was DELICIOUS and we all left very full!!! And the staff was very friendly and nice. We ended the meal with their delicious HUGE serving of bread pudding (3 of us shared one order) and the french quarter coffee.