My suggestions for eating seafood in the French Quarter

Inexpensive but Good Po-Boys:

The old favorite: Johnny’s Po-Boys
511 St Louis St
http://johnnyspoboys.com/

The new up-and-comer: NOLA Po-boys
908 Bourbon St
http://www.yelp.com/biz/nola-po-boys-new-orleans

Moderately priced:

Acme Oyster House
724 Iberville St
http://www.acmeoyster.com/
(Always a line to get in here!)

Deanie’s Seafood
841 Iberville St
http://www.deanies.com/restaurants/french-quarter-–-restaurant-and-private-dining/

Coop’s Place
1109 Decatur St
http://www.coopsplace.net/

A little more expensive:

Both highly recommended! And you might want to make reservations:

GW Fins
808 Bienville St
http://gwfins.com

Muriel’s Jackson Square
801 Chartres St
http://www.muriels.com

Very expensive, but it was the best meal I ever had in New Orleans:

K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen
416 Chartres St
http://www.kpauls.com/

And one more restaurant that’s not a seafood place but is so delicious I had to throw it in:

Sylvain
625 Chartres St
http://www.sylvainnola.com/
Reservations required
The Pan-fried Pork Shoulder is TO DIE FOR.

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About jjambon

I play piano and sing in the French Quarter. Life is good.

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