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.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Experience the cuisine that has created raving fans of local diners and national and local food critics alike. Chef Tenney Flynn (two time winner of "Chef of the Year" in New Orleans Magazine) ensures the highest quality seafood by flying in products from around the globe and featuring only the best from local waters - both at their seasonal peak. This commitment to freshness and variety are two of the many reasons GW Fins prints its menu daily and has received numerous glowing reviews in The Times-Picayune (4 beans), Food & Wine, Southern Living and Esquire magazines. We look forward to serving you soon so we may learn what you think.
Been a few years since I visited New Orleans, but GW Fins was on my todo list and I am sure glad it was. The food was fantastic, the service exemplary, and the evening was a great success. This is a DO NOT MISS establishment for "foodies!"
4.5 based on 174 reviews
I arrived at New Orleans Food and Spirits already angry because I had been in its parking lot twice that night but could not find its sign. There were in fact two or three signs, but one was unlighted, one faced Lapalco (it could not be seen from the parking lot) and one was a half-lighted sign on a stanchion which did not face the parking lot.
We ordered drinks at the bar to calm down, but the bartender had to be instructed on what is a Sauvignon Blanc and I was admonished by the maître d'hôtel for having moved a bar stool one foot to the left. There is not much décor in the waiting area, and the two of us could not be seated without the full party. However, by then the two of us had drinks. The floor looks dirty in the waiting area, although I did not want to investigate too closely.
The four of us had a good server and the food was quite good and quite abundant. She admitted that the restaurant's signage was poor and implied a conflict with the owner/manager of the shopping center.
I recommend the Catfish Looziane because the catfish was fried well. The gumbo that accompanies was made with a good roux and filled with shrimp. The crawfish stew that also accompanies was also tasty, but the three items make too large a supper for most people, even though the price was right at $19.
One sign of a good restaurant is its visibility, but NOFS's cuisine almost made up for its poor visibility.
5 based on 42 reviews
I went once, and had to go back. It's NOT an Irish Pub, as the name implies.
Everything we ordered was delicious. Appetizers incredible, especially the BBQ shrimp. Crab & Brie soup was fantastic. The chocolate desert was sooooo chocolate, and the lemon cheesecake was light and fluffy. I want to go back.
Off the beaten trial of the Business District but driving by freeway it's just three traffic signals from the superdome, about 12-15 minutes. Great service. Nice atmosphere.
4.5 based on 576 reviews
Awesome lunch with the family, very excited to get to check it out. We waited in the fast moving line and secured a table during the busy lunch rush, and it was a fantastic time. My daughter had a cheeseburger slider and a fried chicken slider, with waffle fries, and wiped it all out. I decided to get the special, the Des Allemanos Fried Catfish sandwich. A sizable serving of fried catfish brushed with "so hot, you want more" sauce, bread & butter pickles and tarragon slaw. Served on a buttered and toasted housemate bun, it was a triumph of a sandwich. I had a cup of coffee, because this location is yet to serve booze. That's a shame, especially in this city. Nevertheless, the donuts were alone worth the trip. My daughter loved her chocolate glazed, and I went with a monster Cookie Butter Brudder, a donut glazed in cookie butter with biscoff cookies, chocolate cookies and chocolate chip cookies. What a delight! Awesome time!
5 based on 89 reviews
A Craft Coffee roaster in the Heart of New Orleans. Freshly roasted, premium specialty coffee.
French Truck Coffee Shop is an excellent choice for a quick breakfast. They have a simply menu with just a few breakfast choices, but the wallet sandwich for about $9 is very good choice. It’s made with egg, ham, goat cheese on a waffle.
They have a reputation of have some of the best coffee in the Warehouse District.
4.5 based on 835 reviews
Southern Candymakers is a family-owned candy store in New Orleans' charming French Quarter. According to Bon Appetit Magazine, we have the best pralines...fresh and handmade daily!
As the name implies, this is a candy place, though they do have ice cream. We tried several pralines (sweet potato, rum, coconut, and original) and they were all very good. A milk chocolate covered cherry was also very good. Definitely recommend this place, but it is just short of greatness (AKA 5 stars).
4.5 based on 750 reviews
Sucré is an artisan dessert and confection experience established in 2007 as part of the Renaissance of post Katrina New Orleans. Steeped in the heritage of a rich culinary culture of New Orleans, Sucré's modern approach to gelato, desserts, chocolates, macarons and confections has fast made them a cherished destination for all locals and travelers with the objective to simply make everyone's day a little sweeter! ***Open 8 AM until Fat Tuesday, February 28th 2017.
Macaroons are delicious! Gelato was very good, too. Nice area with inside and outside tables. The staff is friendly and helpful in answering questions about all of the things they have to choose from. The eclairs were gorgeous and I wish I could've had a little taste of everything.
4.5 based on 201 reviews
We picked Rebirth based off the Tripadvisor reviews. Our meal exceeded our expectations. We started with an Old Fashioned, so full of flavor. Then appetizers, the fried oysters and fresh pasta...perfectly delicious. We also tried the southern Clam Chowder-full of seafood. Dinner was Blackened Scallops...perfect! And dessert we tried the Creme Brûlée, creamy and rich. And the white chocolate bread pudding is perfect.
4.5 based on 2 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-Creole building in New Orleans' Central Business District. August was a semifinalist for the 2012 and 2013 James Beard Awards Outstanding Restaurant, and has been selected by Gayot as a top 40 Restaurant in the United States. The Times Picayune has named it as one of their top 10 Restaurants the last two years in a row.
We excitedly braved Mardi Gras crowds and torrential rains to visit Restaurant August. The food was very nice and the service was very nice but if I'm spending this type of money, I don't want to be rushed out the door. Start to finish, including an appetizer ~ 1 hour 5 minutes. I will not go back.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Authentic Colombian fare. Arepas were cooked to order. Service is slow, but server explained that each order would take at least 30 minutes. They were able to modify the menu for vegan options. The yuca fries were good as were the Arepas and Maduros.
Make a reservation! The place is cute, but small and you might have a long wait to get in otherwise.
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