Marigny Brasserie, New Orleans, LA Report #467

This place is only a couple blocks outside of the French Quarter. The last time I came here was with my daughter, who was in high school at the time. She’s now in her 30’s. That’s how long it’s been. Not sure why I haven’t been here in so long, because we loved the place!… Continue reading Marigny Brasserie, New Orleans, LA Report #467

Augie’s Restaurant, Harahan, LA Report #440

We had no intention of stopping at here for lunch. We were driving along headed to do some Christmas shopping, saw this place, realized we were hungry, so we stopped in. Beautiful place! They also do special events such as weddings. We decided on: %%%%% THE FOOD %%%%% The seafood gumbo was delicious. Nice consistency,… Continue reading Augie’s Restaurant, Harahan, LA Report #440

Flamingo A-Go-Go, New Orleans, LA Report #428

NOTE: This restaurant is located in Orleans Parish, so by Mayoral Decree, at the time of this writing you need to be vaccinated against COVID or have a very recent negative test to dine inside. I work right down the street from this place, so I drive past it every day on the way home.… Continue reading Flamingo A-Go-Go, New Orleans, LA Report #428

Deanie’s Seafood, Metairie, LA Report #427

This place is pretty famous. So famous, as you can see in my pictures above, even Santa Claus eats here! He looks pretty stuffed. Probably slammed down about 10 bowls of gumbo to knock that North Pole chill off of him. Deanie’s has been serving seafood to the folks in the New Orleans area for… Continue reading Deanie’s Seafood, Metairie, LA Report #427

Jaeger’s Seafood and Oyster House, Jefferson, LA Report #426

This restaurant has been around since 1948. The third picture above was one of their restaurants in New Orleans, on Elysian Fields Ave. I grew up less than a mile from that one and we loved it. There was another location in New Orleans at West End. Both of those are long gone, but this… Continue reading Jaeger’s Seafood and Oyster House, Jefferson, LA Report #426

LeBrane’s Creole Cuisine, Westwego, LA Report #407

This place boast that it has a real, New Orleans born Creole chef. Well, I happen to be a real, New Orleans born Creole person myself. Just not a chef. BUT, I happen to be a well trained, expert, eater of the HIGHEST order. Part of my training consist of the fact that I’ve been… Continue reading LeBrane’s Creole Cuisine, Westwego, LA Report #407

White Cap Seafood Restaurant, Gulfport, MS Report #398

As I sometimes do, I escape New Orleans and head east to the beautiful beaches along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. This is a seafood restaurant that sits right on the beach. I’ve been here before, but it was so long ago I couldn’t remember if I liked it or not. Even though I ate a… Continue reading White Cap Seafood Restaurant, Gulfport, MS Report #398

Barrow’s Catfish, New Orleans, LA Report #394

This place is synonymous in New Orleans with fried catfish. It was originally opened in 1943 at a different location, and initially they only served fried catfish and potato salad. That menu expanded, but hurricane Katrina closed them down in 2005. After a long hiatus, they reopened at this location. Long ago (I’m talking the… Continue reading Barrow’s Catfish, New Orleans, LA Report #394

Frankie & Johnny’s, New Orleans, LA Report #392

Located a stones throw from the Mississippi river, this place has been around since 1942. That’s a long time! I bet the sign hanging in front is older than me. Cozy place. When you walk in the first thing you see is the bar. If I lived in the neighborhood and was a drinker, I… Continue reading Frankie & Johnny’s, New Orleans, LA Report #392

Red Fish Grill, New Orleans, LA Report #389

This restaurant is owned by the Ralph Brennan restaurant group. The Brennan’s are a well knows restaurant family here in New Orleans. Two of their other restaurants I’ve been to are the world famous Brennan’s on Royal St., which I absolutely love, and Ralph’s on the Park. This one is located in the French Quarter,… Continue reading Red Fish Grill, New Orleans, LA Report #389