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Acme Oyster House (Baton Rouge)

Acme Oyster House (Baton Rouge)

3535 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70808

BORN IN THE FRENCH QUARTER For over 100 years, Acme has been satisfying the hungriest of people all over the world! It's quality you can taste in the fresh, hand-shucked Louisiana oysters. Whether served ice cold on the half shell, chargrilled and sizzling in garlic butter or fried to golden perfection, Acme oysters are some of the best you'll ever have. And it's not just the oysters, we're serving all of the New Orleans classics like red beans and rice, seafood gumbo, jambalaya and more, all seasoned to perfection and served with a smile. So pull up a chair, take in the history and soak up the flavor.

Acme Oyster House (Covington)

Acme Oyster House (Covington)

1202 North Highway 190, Covington, LA 70433

BORN IN THE FRENCH QUARTER For over 100 years, Acme has been satisfying the hungriest of people all over the world! It's quality you can taste in the fresh, hand-shucked Louisiana oysters. Whether served ice cold on the half shell, chargrilled and sizzling in garlic butter or fried to golden perfection, Acme oysters are some of the best you'll ever have. And it's not just the oysters, we're serving all of the New Orleans classics like red beans and rice, seafood gumbo, jambalaya and more, all seasoned to perfection and served with a smile. So pull up a chair, take in the history and soak up the flavor.

Acme Oyster House (French Quarter)

Acme Oyster House (French Quarter)

724 Iberville Street, New Orleans (French Quarter), LA 70130

Looking for authentic New Orleans seafood served with a serious side of fun? Come on down to Acme Oyster House. The party starts with a dozen raw. They’re perfect, salty and always ice cold. Or try our legendary chargrilled oysters. After that, dive into a “10 Napkin Roast Beef” po’boy or the Peace Maker – half oyster, half shrimp, golden fried and dressed like a Mardi Gras Indian. Thought we only had oysters? You po’boy! Come eat at our house, Acme Oyster House, where Life’s More Fun with Seafood.

Acme Oyster House (Metairie)

Acme Oyster House (Metairie)

3000 Veterans Boulevard, Metairie, LA 70002

Looking for authentic New Orleans seafood served with a serious side of fun? Come on down to Acme Oyster House. The party starts with a dozen raw. They’re perfect, salty and always ice cold. Or try our legendary chargrilled oysters. After that, dive into a “10 Napkin Roast Beef” po’boy or the Peace Maker – half oyster, half shrimp, golden fried and dressed like a Mardi Gras Indian. Thought we only had oysters? You po’boy! Come eat at our house, Acme Oyster House, where Life’s More Fun with Seafood.

Annunciation Restaurant

Annunciation Restaurant

1016 Annunciation Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

Located in New Orleans’ bustling Warehouse District, Annunciation restaurant features modern Creole & Southern cuisine from Executive Chef Milton Prudence. Housed in a lovingly restored turn of the century warehouse, the restaurant combines traditional design with modern touches. Creative dishes include crispy oysters with spinach and brie; sweetbreads with grits and marsala; Sesame-crusted Yellowfin with Creole fried rice and our very own Veal Annunciation with homemade Fettuccine noodles. Cocktails are equally impressive and include concoctions like The Devil’s Beating His Wife – white rum, ginger syrup, Stiegl Radler and grapefruit and Catherine the Great– a modern twist on the classic French 75.

Deanie’s Sea Food Kitchen

Deanie’s Sea Food Kitchen

2200 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

Family owned and operated, Deanie’s is a New Orleans tradition known for serving huge portions of fresh Louisiana seafood prepared with Deanie’s Signature Creole Seasonings. The first seafood market to open its doors in the quaint fishing village of Bucktown, Deanie’s Seafood operates three successful restaurants today, in Bucktown, in the historic French Quarter and our newest restaurant concept located on Magazine Street in the Garden District. Loved by locals and visitors, Deanie’s favorites include the Giant Seafood Platter, New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp, Boiled Crawfish and Soft Shell Crab.

Deanie’s Seafood (Bucktown)

Deanie’s Seafood (Bucktown)

1713 Lake Avenue, Metairie, LA 70005

Family owned and operated, Deanie’s Seafood is a New Orleans tradition known for serving huge portions of fresh Louisiana seafood prepared with Deanie’s Signature Creole Seasonings. The first seafood market to open its doors in the quaint fishing village of Bucktown, Deanie’s Seafood operates three successful restaurants today, in Bucktown, in the historic French Quarter and our newest restaurant concept located on Magazine Street in the Garden District. Loved by locals and visitors, Deanie’s favorites include the Giant Seafood Platter, New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp, Boiled Crawfish and Soft Shell Crab.

Deanie’s Seafood (French Quarter)

Deanie’s Seafood (French Quarter)

841 Iberville Street, New Orleans (French Quarter), LA 70112

Family owned and operated, Deanie’s Seafood is a New Orleans tradition known for serving huge portions of fresh Louisiana seafood prepared with Deanie’s Signature Creole Seasonings. The first seafood market to open its doors in the quaint fishing village of Bucktown, Deanie’s Seafood operates three successful restaurants today, in Bucktown, in the historic French Quarter and our newest restaurant concept located on Magazine Street in the Garden District. Loved by locals and visitors, Deanie’s favorites include the Giant Seafood Platter, New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp, Boiled Crawfish and Soft Shell Crab.

Drago’s Seafood Restaurant (Metairie)

Drago’s Seafood Restaurant (Metairie)

3232 N. Arnoult Road, Metairie, LA 70002

Their Secret Ingredient is Love.
(In the Restaurant World, Maybe the Rarest Ingredient of All.) People often ask about the secret to Drago’s success. It’s no secret. You see it at the restaurant every day. They all love what they do.

It’s been that way since Drago and Klara Cvitanovich opened their first restaurant in 1969. They set out to offer delicious seafood and a good time to guests for a reasonable price. At that time, they couldn’t imagine how many guests that would become.

Today it is still a family atmosphere. Family members are still at the front to greet guests. Tommy Cvitanovich, Drago and Klara’s son, is there to see that things run smoothly. And though 92-year-old Drago doesn’t select the oysters himself anymore, you can still see him at their restaurants when he’s not on duty as Grandpa.

Their family has grown a lot since the early days—and the work family has too. It would be impossible to do what they do without a very hard-working and loyal staff. Drago’s now has more than 400 employees who help carry the legacy forward. And they all have a great time doing it!

New Orleans Creole Cookery

New Orleans Creole Cookery

508 Toulouse Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

Savor authentic Creole dishes prepared by renowned Chef Alex Patout. Delight in traditional dishes such as Gumbo, Shrimp Creole, and Crawfish Etouffee, oysters grilled and raw, boiled seafood and more. Plus, enjoy handcrafted cocktails and signature drinks in the historic French Quarter.

Pascal's Manale

Pascal's Manale

1838 Napoleon Avenue , New Orleans, LA 70115

This vintage Uptown standby has been serving its famous New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp since 1953. The shrimp are not actually barbequed, but cooked in a delectable, peppery butter sauce. Sit down and strap on a bib; the mess will be worth it. If you prefer oysters over shrimp, enjoy Pascal’s oyster bar in the front of the restaurant, where a friendly shucker will provide as many mollusks as you can muster an appetite for. Other dishes include Italian specialties, seafood and steaks. Join us to celebrate serving New Orleans for 100 years!

The Original French Market Restaurant

The Original French Market Restaurant

1001 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70116

Our story begins in the 1940s when Sicilian immigrants Anthony Marullo Sr. and his wife Annie opened their first restaurant in Grand Isle, Louisiana, serving fish, crabs, shrimp, and oysters caught daily in the Gulf. It was here that Anthony Marullo Jr. was born, and taught how to fish the waters that surrounded their barrier reef home. By 1965, the family was selling their fresh seafood in the French Market of New Orleans, and Anthony JR and his wife Barbara decided it was time to introduce Mamma Annie’s dishes to the Big Easy. Moving into the space at Decatur and St. Phillip that is as old as the French Quarter itself, their Creole-style seafood and dishes quickly gained popularity with locals and travelers alike and by 1975 had become a popular mainstay of New Orleans cuisine. Today, brothers, Jude & Anthony Marullo III continue the tradition of serving millions of people from around the world the same from scratch recipes that Annie and Anthony Sr. created almost 80 years ago.

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