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General Info
Closed due to damage suffered in Hurricane Katrina.
Regular Hours
Mon - Sun:
Payment method
mastercard, discover
Price Range
Algiers Point, Algiers

Dry Dock Cafe & Catering

The Dry Dock Cafe & Bar

American Restaurants, Bars, Brew Pubs, Caterers, Creole & Cajun Restaurants, Night Clubs, Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants, Taverns
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Cuisines: Southern, Brew Pubs, Caterers, American, Seafood, Cajun & Creole

Cuisine: Cajun

Price Range : Below Average


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Provided by Citysearch - 
Rude staff

After paying $5.50 for local brew beer in an semi-empty bar, the staff could at least not be rude. We left after one beer. Don't recommend this place until they learn common courtesy. We won't go back.



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Race War Vigilantes Eat Here

an hourlong documentary produced by the Danish video team,
who captured Janak, beer in hand, gloating about hunting humans.
Surrounded by a crowd of sunburned white Algiers Point locals at a barbeque held not long after the hurricane, he
smiles and tells the camera, ""It was great! It was like pheasant season in South Dakota. If it moved, you shot it.""
A native of Chicago, Janak also boasts of becoming a true Southerner, saying, ""I am no longer a Yankee. I earned
my wings."" A white woman standing next to him adds, ""He understands the N-word now.""

Janak, who says he'd been armed with two .38s and a shotgun, brags about keeping the bloody shirt worn
by a shooting victim as a trophy.



Provided by Citysearch - 
great sandwiches, cute atmosphere and location

Stumbled on this place after having to take a friend to the courthouse in Algiers. Algiers Point is a really cute area if you've never been there. We wandered in and got a table quickly. My club sandwich was oustanding, and my friend really enjoyed his roast beef poboy. There were a few locals hanging out at the bar chatting with the bartender. Very friendly waitress.



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Best of the ""Authentic""

An honest to goodness authentic New Orleans original. Sort of out of the way but really close by (Canal Street Ferry to the ""West (Best) Bank"".

Ask for ""MO"" or one of sisters!!!!