Reviews on Bar food in Terrytown, Louisiana, United States. Terrytown is a census-designated place (CDP) in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana on the West Bank of the Mississippi River. It is a suburb within the New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 23,319 at the 2010 census.
4 based on 230 reviews
I went to this location for brunch with some of my friends during a group vacation. Overall, the experience was ok. We were surprised to learn about the various added charges for things that seemed like very basic substitutions. I ordered the French Toast and the portion size was very small - you only get a single piece. The server was very nice and actually brought me another one. I would consider returning but probably wouldnât actively plan to go back.
4 based on 2018 reviews
Our trips to NOLA almost always include a stop at the Carousel Bar inside the Hotel Monteleone on Royal Street for a Ramos Fizz ($18 a piece). It's a fun way to meet complete strangers sitting next to you as the bar rotates. Best time for a seat is early afternoon, otherwise the bar is full. Additional seating is available throughout the lounge, but try for the rotating bar.
4 based on 842 reviews
Grand Isle Restaurant will take you back to the days when cold beer, 10 cent oysters and air conditioning were advertised on the windows. In the true spirit of Southern Louisiana, we offer the freshest seafood and source local ingredients to make every me
Ate here yesterday with colleagues. Serving classic local New Orleans food. Salty, fried comfort food + crab and fish dishes. Food portions are large and the food is tasty and basic. Service very efficient and friendly. Prices moderate. This place is big and bustling so not a place for a quiet or intimate meal.
4 based on 610 reviews
Located in the Warehouse District, Meril is Chef Emeril Lagasse's newest concept and fourth restaurant in New Orleans. Meril's casual restaurant interior is marked by a signature open style kitchen and a large bar area, featuring a varied wine selection a
Great place to go after a business conference. Waiter made great recommendations on what to try. Sat by the kitchen and watched the food prepared. The mushroom flatbread was perfect. I was leery of the curry cauliflower but the curry did not overpower it but added to the taste of the dish. The best dish was the mushroom pasta with truffle oil. The pasta was perfectly cooked. We will come back for more pasta dishes. The staff was friendly. The service was excellent.
4 based on 280 reviews
Avenue Pub is a Craft beer and whiskey bar with counter service for our upscale pub fare. 21 and over only, including exterior seating
Massive selection of beers and just a couple of ciders. Expensive for the amount you get though! We ate there. A burger and loaded chips. $68 for 2 meals and 4 drinks.Great views and quirky walls!!
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 370 reviews
Born in 1952, in the Irish Channel neighborhood, Parasol's is a New Orleans tradition that is known as THE place to go for roast beef po boys, and a huge St. Patricks Day block party. We are a neighborhood bar to the world, where everyone is welcome and t
No kidding. Homer Simpson had a roast beef po'boy here! After visiting Lafayette Cemetery we went to have their famous shrimp po'boy - and ended up also getting Homer's roast beef one too. They are REALLY good both of them. I still prefer shrimp one personally - slightly spicy, just beautiful and really filling. Place accepts cash only (they have a cash machine), po'boys are really sloppy - so roll up your sleeves, take a bunch of napkins and dig in. Well worth it! It's unassuming from outside, but once inside you have people buzzing at the bar with beers and cocktails and others enjoying food. It's a cool place to stop for a simple but very much NOLA lunch.
4 based on 197 reviews
Had lunch there on 8/12. It was OK. It wasn't busy and I thought it took a long time to fill our order, which was 2 dogs and an order of tots. I also thought 8.50 was a little pricey for a fancy dog, but they were good. I would go back, but not in a rush. Funky but clean.Thank you for the feedback on your ticket time. We've gotten to work on this issue, and we're confident our team will improve. And thank you for saying we're "funky but clean!" That's a great compliment! Thanks again!
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
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.
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