Acropolis On Freret, New Orleans, LA Report #345

I looked up the word “Acropolis”. It’s defined as, “A citadel or fortified part of an ancient Greek city, typically built on a hill”. I guess that would imply this is a Greek restaurant. Their website says they serve food from the Mediterranean region. After looking at the menu, it’s obviously a pretty wide swath… Continue reading Acropolis On Freret, New Orleans, LA Report #345

Shaya, New Orleans, LA Report #164

  I’ve heard good things about this place and I see why.  Nice looking place.  They use oak in their wood burning oven, and serve their pita breads straight from it to your table so they’re so hot they burn your hands.  It doesn’t get any fresher than that!  And don’t worry about saving some… Continue reading Shaya, New Orleans, LA Report #164

Sahara Café, Gretna, LA Report #141

  My all time favorite place for Middle Eastern food is Lebanon’s Café (Report #95).  Living on the Westbank though, sometimes I hate driving all the way uptown for it.  I’ve heard some good things about Sahara Café, which is about 5 minutes from my house, so it was time to give them a try.… Continue reading Sahara Café, Gretna, LA Report #141

Lebanon’s Café, New Orleans, LA Report #95

  As far as I’m concerned this is THE place to go for Middle Eastern food in New Orleans.  I’ve been here numerous times and never had a bad meal.  Also, every time I’ve come here the joint was jumping, but somehow they always seem to have a table open.  I’ve never had to wait… Continue reading Lebanon’s Café, New Orleans, LA Report #95