209 Bourbon Street
New Orleans, LA
Wow from the moment you walk in you feel like family! This place is the epitome of southern hospitality. I loved that the busboy in the white shirts say “excuse me ma’am” every time he reaches in front of you. Or the waitress who makes suggestions not based on prices but based on what actually tastes good. I also loved the waiters walking around in tuxedos (i actually don’t know the difference between a suit and a tuxedo….. I just assume tuxedo is a black suit with a bow tie. Is that wrong?).
I loved that the busboy brought out new utensils after every course and not just new utensils but new glasses of water (no one likes seeing chapstick lip smears on their water glasses).
My mom had the shrimp creole which was cooked in a tomato based sauce with a hint of spicy.
I had the drum fish because the waitress told me it was a light flaky white fish that wasn’t too fishy in flavor and she was right on! It was hands down the most amazing fish of my life and I’m not a huge seafood fan. And it was grilled with crabmeat yvonne topping (jumbo lump crabmeat, artichoke hearts, mushrooms and green onions).