Reviews on Cajun & Creole food in Jefferson, Louisiana, United States. Jefferson is a census-designated place (CDP) in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, United States on the East Bank of the Mississippi River. Jefferson is part of the New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 11,193 at the 2010 census. Within Jefferson are also areas known as Old Jefferson, Shrewsbury, and Jefferson Heights.
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4 based on 2194 reviews
The cuisine at August is contemporary French with a focus on local ingredients, inspired by Chef John Besh's classical training here and in Europe, and by the depth of his own Southern Louisiana roots. August is located in an historic 19th century French-
This was one of the most memorable dinners anywhere. The staff is professional and well versed in food and wine. Plates that are a feast for the eyes as well and the soul. The Sommelier was a wealth of information and made excellent suggestions. The lagniappe was a surprise and part of August's desire to embrace the customer. Thank you for a special meal on a hot September night.
4 based on 1914 reviews
Serving Lunch on Fridays, Dinner nightly and Sunday Jazz Brunch. Restaurant R'evolution is the first joint venture of award-winning Chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto offering modern, imaginative reinterpretations of classic Cajun and Creole cuisine. Stee
Outstanding service and superlative food. I regret I did not catch the name of our primary waitperson, but like many upscale eateries, you will have the attention of several. Our group of four chose four different entrees, ditto for appetizers and even asked for wine suggestions, just to sort of test out the staff's knowledge. Prices are typical for this type restaurant. Our bill was about a hundred per person plus tip, but we did not skimp. Clearly this place is up there with those names we usually associated with fine dining in NOLA.
4 based on 1832 reviews
This beautiful two-story building was erected in 1809 by Antoine AnguÃ© where he opened the Vieux CarrÃ©âs first Creole Bistro called, The Restaurant dâOrleans. Today, the property is owned by the noted local business team of Pam Fortner and Earl Bernhardt.
Hidden in back of main restaurant is a delightful garden! Wine selection is excellent! Able to order sockeye salmon, special of night. Servers Jason (look for hat;) & Alyssa weâre wonderful! Ambiance was enhanced by delicious, finely prepared foods paired with Washington state wine!!Highly recommend this New Orleans GEM!!!!
4 based on 2889 reviews
Established in 2009 in the New Orleans Warehouse District, Butcher is a butcher shop, a sandwich counter and a wine bar located next door to Cochon. Chefs Donald Link Stephen Stryjewski offer small plates, daily lunch specials and dinner entrees. Inspired
NOLA for 4 days. We ate here twice. BEST FOOD we had and we went to a lot of good places! Literally every thing we had was delicious! I can't imagine that you could go wrong with any item on the menu but we had: pastrami w/sauerkraut sandwich, hot boudin sausage, Cajun sausage, a porchetta sandwich (sadly a special and not on the regular menu but...to die for), black eyed pea chili. The drinks were great too. The space is really pleasant and, even though the seating is mostly at high tops or a the bar, its a comfortable place to be. Great service too. We didn't try Cochon (the main restaurant) this time but we definitely will when we return to New Orleans.
4 based on 1849 reviews
This is the best meal we had in New Orleans.Food fantastic ,servers friendly helpful and fun ,bartender great and attentive
4 based on 509 reviews
The Two Chicks Cafe is somewhat difficult to find as it is located inside the building at 901 Convention Center Blvd, but we were glad we eventually found it. The "Under the Sea Omelet" was fantastic! It contained crab meat, shrimp, brie, bell pepper and green onion. The "Crab Cake Benedict "was also very tasty. Our server was friendly and efficient, and she took good care of us. The cafe is a great place to have breakfast!
4 based on 983 reviews
Upperline Restaurant is New Orleans, LA's local haven where tasty Louisiana cuisine, serious wine, and Creole hospitality is always served.
Owner Joanne is a treasure and her restaurant is to die for. Foie gras c'est magnifique, peartinis delicious, veal medalions in a sumptuous sauce, duck with a garlic/port sauce...yum. Our waiter Gabriel was fabulous. Away from the hubub it's worth the trip as Mr. Deniro and Mr. Bezos have found it too.
4 based on 334 reviews
somewhat hesitant to call any New Orleans eatery my favorite, but this small establishment is that place...great service, delicious food, solid wine list...i've been here three times and have never been disappointed...this time around i had the blackened scallops and they were prepared to perfection! The flash-cooked caesar salad was uniquely outstanding.Thank you very much for this review, Steve. It means so much to us to be considered your favorite! We sincerely appreciate you taking the time to let us know how much you've enjoyed dining with us, and hope to have the pleasure of serving you again many more times!
4 based on 1066 reviews
Went to brunch here twice - it was so fabulous just had to go again! The food is wonderful - jalapeno biscuits with fried chicken - yes please - shrimp and grits - more - chicken fried steak - again! Ask for Kathy, she will treat you right!
4 based on 298 reviews
Made a reservation online. Never got the confirmation email. Tried to call several times during business hours. Finallrereareached someone only
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