Located in the building where Abita's beers were brewed until 1994, the restaurant and bar offers Abita's lagers, ales and root beer as well as some brews available only at the brew pub. Every week, patrons can sample a featured beer from breweries around the world. The restaurant menu offers salads, sandwiches, pasta and more, some made with Abita beer. Open Tue.-Sun. No smoking. Full restaurant menu.
This lower Decatur Street watering hole has roots dating back to the 1930s (check the top shelf for urns filled with ashes from seven humans and two dogs). Poetry nights, a jukebox and a $5 Fireball shot and PBR are popular draws. Open daily. Smoking allowed. Bar food.
The brisket plate comes with two sides and freshly baked cornbread. The pulled pork is slow-cooked and served on a sandwich or a platter. No reservations. Lunch Mon.-Sat., dinner Tue.-Sat. Credit cards. $