I recommend making reservations for this place because it was packed when we arrived. There is a truck out front that you can opt to dine in but, you better be ok with everyone stopping to take...
About this place
- Mon: 5pm-10pm
- Tue: 5pm-10pm
- Wed: 5pm-10pm
- Thu: 5pm-10pm
- Fri: 5pm-10:30pm
- Sat: 5pm-10:30pm
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Meh. This place has fallen off and the food was subpar. I wouldn't go back.Head to frenchmen to check out Three Muses instead.
I had some really high hopes for this place and finally got to go this past weekend. We started off with the complimentary garlic cornbread, which was delicious! They were buttery and garlicky,...
SO GOOD!A friend recommended it - I had seen Alton Brown recommend it so ... I was a willing participant.I had a hard time wrapping my head around the Alligator Cheesecake but thrilled now...
As if the reviews before me didn't already say it all ...This. Place. Is. Incredible.I've been to NOLA a handful of times and we've always put Jacques-Imo's on our itinerary. For whatever...
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.