Came highly recommended by friends who had visited New Orleans a few years ago. Did not disappoint!From the buttered cornbread to the Shrimp/Alligator Cheesecake to my husband's Soft Shelled...
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- Mon: 5pm-10pm
- Tue: 5pm-10pm
- Wed: 5pm-10pm
- Thu: 5pm-10pm
- Fri: 5pm-10:30pm
- Sat: 5pm-10:30pm
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Wow. Everything was AWESOME. Those cornbread really do it for me. I've ate fried shrimp all week.. even at drago's before which were so bland, and the shrimp app was AMAZING. The redfish cooked...
First impression is that it is a run down highly decorated kitschy old house, a little tacky and very New Orleans. We were walked through the kitchen to be seated in a back room with bad...
Ridiculously good tasty food!!Six of us went on a Saturday night at 9pm, the only reservation we could get. Service was friendly, sarcastic, and pleasant. But whatever, SUCH GOOD FOOD!!I had...
After a long day in which my Apple Health App claims I have walked nearly a half-marathon through pouring rain and 80% humidity, I just wanted to plop my butt down somewhere, anywhere, to eat. But...
Located in uptown New Orleans on a section of Oak Street, Jacques-Imo's embraces and interprets the New Orleans funky psyche in a way that is fetching to both tourists and locals alike.Not your typical New Orleans restaurant—Jacques-Imo's Cafe has become one of the hottest food tickets in town, known for its eclectic mix of Creole and Cajun specialties, at reasonable prices—its irrepressible owner/chef, Jacques Leonardi, who holds court each night dressed in a white chef's jacket, shorts and Birkenstock clogs.