900 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone: (504) 566-1835
Fax: (504) 566-1835
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Coffee House, Take Out, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Bar & Grills
Drive Through: No
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Specialties: Cuban, American Restaurant, American, American Food, Cuban Restaurant, Cuban Food
Price Range : Below Average
Good for Kids: No
Good For Groups: No
Good food, fast service, and friendly staff! I am from California and I ate here while in NOLA for the 2014 Essence Music Festival. I ordered the breakfast pork chops, eggs, and has brown potatoes. Excellent! I found this place while looking for the postal annex. Once they warm up to you, the staff is super friendly. I would definitely eat there during my next trip! Much love all the way from California.
09/19/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Was just in New Orleans on a vacation from 9/11 thru 9/16. This is my fourth trip to NOLA and I really had a great time. I love the city and the people. For weeks prior to my vacation I had been scouring the internet getting recommendations on what to do and see and EAT! Everything I had heard about THE CLOVER GRILL was ""thumbs up"".....so I had to go see! I AM GLAD I DID. My room mate and I made our 100th trip to Bourbon Street (LOL) It was late and we we're hungry so we ventured into the Clover Grill.....looked just like the kind of place I love to go to.....I ordered the traditional burger with chedder cheese, mayo, etc and Dusty ordered a ham and cheese sandwich. By the way, we were waited on almost the moment we sat down by a very nice and courteous gentleman. Sorry about other people's luck who have said otherwise! (just thought I would throw that in...) Anyway our food arrived and it was wonderful. My burger was hot, juicy, flavorful ! The fries were perfect and there were a lot of them. Good, hot, food and plenty of it. We had a great time during our visit. Carried on conversation with the staff and people sitting at the counter. Colorful personalities abounded with great things to share. We just felt at home and we will sure go back back to the Clover Grill when we head to the wonderful city of New Orleans. Signed 2 guys from Ohio !
04/12/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I'm a local, having moved back to the city after growing up here, going away to college, having a working life and career. Been back about six months. Live one and a half blocks away in the French Quarter. Usually went into Clover Grill once or twice a week for take out. Spent over $20 each time (for one).
Just recently went back for a takeout for two. Sat up at the counter for 20 minutes while four staff ignored me. After reading the local free newspaper, I left, and will never return again. New Orleans may be enjoying a wonderful tourist trade at present, but I'm a local and expect basics - acknowledgement, a glass of water while I wait. I will never go in this establishment again!
11/26/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I loved this place. Just wanted a good burger that didnt break me. My husband & I stopped in & loved it. Our little waiter was great & the food was so good we went back the next morning for breakfast & that was great too. Ignor the bad reviews. Some people think they should get a 5 star restaurant for nothing. Not everyone will be happy with this. I saw several people get up & walk out when they realized colorful the place was. Stupid, ignorant people. Try it. You'll love it. Can't wait to go back.
02/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The folks down the street at HeadQuarters Hair Salon told us to go here for burgers and we loved it. It was great to go to New Orleans and get great , fun service at these 2 places and we went back for breakfast . they make the best breakfast around and for a very good price. I found the prices in New Orleans very cheap and the people friendly.
08/03/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I'm with Harry! It would take magic to get this place back to it's former self. Years ago it was a good place to get some late night, or early morning, eats, but those days are gone. The service is rude and the food is lousy. They are definitely living off of past reputations. If you don't believe me, just go waste your money and find out for yourself.
07/22/2006Provided by Citysearch -
First of all, anyone who gives the Clover Grill a good review has got to be an employee.
Some of the worst service I've ever had in my life.
I walked up to the counter to ask for a fork and the cook told me to ""sit down and shut up"".
IN & OUT
The blast the music so loud that it pierces your ear drums. They do that to ensure you'll leave immediately when you're done eating.
Sorry, but I think anyone who charges for onions is out of their mind.
If you order a fully dressed cheese burger w fries from Tropical Isle and it's $7.50.
Now order the same exact thing from Clover Grill is like $14.75. Because Clover Grill charges you for everything and I mean EVERYTHING. The hamburger is like $4.49 and then you pay 2.09 for fries and 1.19 for each condiment. (Cheese, tomatoes, onions and pickles, etc...) And by the time it's fully dressed the way you like it, you've went well over $12.00.
NO SEATING & LONG WAIT.
It's not always snail slow- just most of the time.
I've eaten here six times and each time I get the same horrible service. Why? Because after the storm it was the only place to eat breakfast. but now that Deja Vu is back open 24 hours, I can say ""Sionara scammers!""
12/28/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This place was great! Very small and quite not what you would expect in New Orleans. Food was good and service was really nice. Has a scary bathroom in the alley but that just added to our experiences there! Definitly go late night after you spent all night at Utopia or Red Rhino.