This neighborhood restaurant and bar serves plenty of Abita Amber and bloody marys to diners seeking barbecue shrimp po-poys or just hanging out with friends. There are lots of longtime regulars because, as one manager says, "It's one of those little places that doesn't change." Open daily. No smoking. Full restaurant menu.
Creole gumbo is made with shrimp, oysters and andouille sausage. The barbecue shrimp po-boy features shrimp cooked in a peppery butter sauce and served in a hollowed-out French bread pistolette. No reservations. Lunch and early dinner Mon.-Sat. Credit cards and checks. $$