The service was fast and very friendly. I ordered the boneless ribeye and brussel sprouts. The ribeye was fine, but the sprouts were completely burnt. Probably wont be going back.
2031 Saint Charles AveNew Orleans, LA 70130
From Business: Executive Chef Chris Lusk infuses a fresh, contemporary energy to the menu that still evokes the nostalgia of the original restaurant. The Caribbean Room provides…
I had the pleasure of discovering this restaurant in 2006 while in New Orleans volunteering .It is run as a teaching mechanism for local teens who f…
16. Huck Finn's Cafe
135 Decatur StNew Orleans, LA 70130
From Business: Huck Finn's Café is a from scratch Creole-Cajun restaurant serving a fusion of traditional and modern classics to satisfy your palate. Located in the heart of New…
1016 Annunciation StNew Orleans, LA 70130
From Business: Annunciation Restaurant is the ideal spot for celebrating a special occasion, entertaining a group of important clients, or just looking to unwind after a hectic …
Good restaurant and great service came here last week and they greeted me well at the front door, food was well cooked and i just loved it. this plce has become my favorite Cajun restaurant after all. thanks The Praline Connection
it is the first place where I ever tried a mint julep outdoors or in it is a great restaurant and the bar is wonderful
I went to this restaurant with 2 other companions on a week night and all the computers went down except one. We sat there for 20 mins at the bar and no one even gave us water. We finally got service at the other side of the bar (we moved bc none of the wait staff wanted to help us). My friend ordered a mint julep and they didn't even muddle the mint in the liquor so he couldn't taste the mint. We ordered the stuffed mushrooms, shrimp and grits and the fried shrimp platter and it was all bland. Please don't waste your money on the food here, it is just not worth it.
Not the poshest place I've ever stayed, but it's nice enough for an old and historic hotel. I like the location because it's within walking distance to the French Quarter but not right in the heart of the action. Don't forget to stop in for a drink at their Carousel Bar!
Here for moms bday and Saint's Raiders game..had dinner oysters and catfish platter food piled high and great price.came back next day for breakfast had sausage omelete, pancakes, grits, toast hashbrowns. Omg it was off the chain delicious..servers were very attentive.
I have been coming to Felix Restaurant for years. Best oysters in the world. And I brag about them to everyone. Well not anymore. Came to New Orleans on Friday brought friends. I was treated so Badly I will Never Go there again. I sat at the counter asked for a dozen oysters and made the comment that I would love to get some of their big oysters. The man behind the counter told me if I wanted to get big oysters I better leave a big tip and it was how he said it to me really mean. The lady I brought with me even said something to me on how he treated me. I asked for a coke for a drink never got it for me but still charged me for it. I will Never go there again.
Not open? Not even open.Closed. Minimum words. More minimum words. More more more more more words.
We had a party of eleven. When it came time to pay the bill, we asked if we could separate our tickets. She said "sorry, we don't do that here". Instead of offering to help in some way, she explained that we just needed to tell her the amounts to put on the cards when we were ready. So, we sat there for about 20 minutes calculating on the back of our ticket of who owed what. The manager then comes up about 30 minutes into it and asks if there's anything she can do to help. At that point we were almost done, so it would've been a little more helpful at the beginning of the process. Someone at our table politely said that we understood that we should've seen it on the menu, but it would've been nice of our waitress to have mentioned that at the beginning or before it was time to pay so we could've been quicker, to which the manager responded very condescendingly, "well it's on the menu, so...". Needless to say we won't be visiting this place with very rude service again.
Best of Best right here, a open air restaurant facing all the excitement of Bourbon st. Food is one of the best I have had here in my opinion, very creative dishes with a mouth watering presentation and the service was very friendly and accommodating the manager on duty didn't hesitate to chat with us and make sure we were comfy and it's child friendly so we took the kids to eat with us.