Madisonville is a town in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 748 at the 2010 census. It is part of the New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner Metropolitan Statistical Area. The ZIP code is 70447.
Things to do in Madisonville
4.5 based on 159 reviews
We had lunch at Young's the Thursday before Christmas. This was the worst experience we have ever had there.
First there was no place to park. The restaurant was overbooked with Christmas Parties.
Our waiter did a horrible job. He came over and took our drink and entree order immediately. None of the drinks we ordered were ever delivered. I ask the gentleman refilling our water to bring me the drink I had ordered and he got it.
The salad and entree order was not correct. My wife ordered the Crab Cake appetizer and received the Crab Cake entree and two of the four salads were not as ordered and had to be returned to the kitchen to be redone.
I had the Fried Catfish which was cooked nicely but the Hush puppies were raw inside and the inside squished out when I bite it.
We have been to Young's many times and this was by far the worst experience ever.
I will return but not during this time of year. It is obvious they have exceeded their capacity in space, food and service at Christmas.
4.5 based on 134 reviews
Super casual poboy shop . Always packed so plan to wait. THE BEST roast beef poboy anywhere. Perfect bread,loaded with meat and just the right amount of gravy! I usually get half roast beef and a half fried shrimp because I can't decide which is best.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
This is a lovely place in a small strip center off the highway. We decided to stop in and get a beignet with powdered sugar and a cup of coffee. It was very quickly prepared and delicious. But be careful they are covered in powdered sugar and so can be very messy.
There is limited parking in front of the restaurant and a few tables to sit outside. There are many tables inside.
The staff was very friendly and helpful.
I would definitely recommend this stop for fellow travelers.
4.5 based on 375 reviews
My wife and I tried Liz's for the first time Christmas eve morning. It was very crowded but the staff was excellent and efficient to handle the crowd and the wait was minimal. We ordered omelet and eggs benedict w/ petite filet. Both were very good and we will certainly order again.
4 based on 119 reviews
This is a pretty nice little neighborhood restaurant. I would say for the most part the food is pretty consistent. Typical fried seafood and New Orleans style home cooking. My only complaint was I ordered the catfish and had thinly sliced Fried fish –almost paper like fried batter. Immediately sent it back for real catfish. It should definitely be explained that it will be paperthin fried batter. Other than that. Very nice staff and pretty good food.
4.5 based on 133 reviews
There were 6 of us & we had one of the best meals we have had in a long time. They were very busy but we were seated as we arrived for our reservation. The staff was very professional with prompt service, menu knowledge & minor tweaks to suit your taste. The appetizer we loved was a special crab meat recipe from Warren LaRuth. We had seafood & steaks and everything was perfect. The only minor complaint I had was the sweet potato side was to sweet for my taste.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Great service, friendly, courteous server. She recommended Eggs Sardou. They were scrumptious. Perfectly prepared hollandaise and poached eggs with rich creamy spinach and artichokes. Yummy! Can't wait to stop in again on future travels through the area.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Driving up to the Abita Roasting Co. restaurant looks to be a sweet southern road, next to a river with Spanish moss hanging from the trees. Shaded parking along the river front and a small parking lot. Wheelchair ramp for those in need. But beware, during busy times the inside tables are packed, as they only have no more than 12 tables. Outside front porch and a seating area in the back, outside are available, but not great in the summer heat. But I have to say, the food was very good. I had a really good Cuban sandwich, which came with crisp kettle style chips. My table mates (3), all had salads - big and yummy looking. It's a walk up to counter to order place, but they bring the food to your table. Not cheap, but moderately priced. I'll be going again.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
While traveling from New Orleans across Lake Ponchartrain we were in search of a legitimate po-boy shop, so we could take our lunch to The Fontainebleau State Park. We were so happy to stumble across this gem! Pontchartrain Po-Boys is a family owned and operated seafood and sandwich (po-boy) restaurant. There was a huge line waiting for both a table in the restaurant and for take out, but the line moves quick! We had THE best oyster po-boy we have ever had in the New Orleans area. They are closed on the weekends. The staff were very pleasant! We’ll definitely return on our next trip!
4.5 based on 185 reviews
Client recommended Gallaghers and as we were leaving, called out to recommend the strip steak which I gotta say, was awesome. Broiled in garlicly butter and cooked precisely as requested. Service impeccable and sides portions ample. Will definitely return on next trip.
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