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About Jacmel Inn
Jacmel Inn began service in June 1977 after six months renovation to the former residence that was built in 1888. This historic 2-story property sits on 2.2 acres and 9 blocks for the center of historic downtown Hammond.
The lush landscaping, new patio, and the ample parking help make Jacmel Inn a culinary oasis worthy of a 60 miles drive from New Orleans.
The menu has evolved over the years while always using fresh Louisiana Seafood, cooking techniques and dishes derived from traditional Louisiana culture and for 31 year serving great steaks from Iowa corn fed beef.
Our executive Chef Josh Garic creates our menu, which evolves seasonally. Our dinner with a winemaker series is very popular with our customers for the past 20 years.
Our ambiance is a blend of Caribbean, nautical and New England Inn. Guests will feel comfortable dressed casually or dressed to attend a symphony.
Hammond, LA 70401
Contemporary American, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Wednesday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm - 9:00pm; Brunch: Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
U. S. Highway 190
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Blended stereo background music is always available. Three TV screens located in the bar and adjacent dining area quenches the thirst of Louisiana sports fans.
Jacmel Inn will cater any event within a 50-mile radius of Hammond anytime. We will custom design a menu to fit the customer's budget, food preferences or creative requests. We specialize in wedding events.
All parking is on the property with the main parking in front and adjacent to the restaurant on Morris St. (Hwy 190). A circular drive allows drop off and our lot can handle motor coach vehicles. The rear parking lot off of Thomas St. (Hwy 190) can handle 30 cars and customers can access the front door via a brick walkway through the cane landscaping.
Currently Hammond, Louisiana does not have a public transit system.
Private Party Facilities:
Jacmel Inn is available for private parties events using part of the property or the entire restaurant. Film companies have used Jacmel Inn for their movies and TV shows.
The upstairs dining area can seat up to 50 people. The side porch area can seat up to 20 people. The bar dining area can seat up to 30 people. With a brick privacy wall, the patio would make a great location for a private party if weather permits. Other features of the patio are a covered pavilion, umbrellas, fountain, and bar area that has music. The features create an ambiance found somewhere in Europe.
Private Party Contact:
Chanc Kinchen: (985) 542-0043
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Jacmel Inn Ratings and Reviews
Too noisy , a lot of confusion on check in , table switching tables.
Was recommended to be a romantic place
Hard to be romantic when you have several guest standing and talking loud like a bar .
Never seen that in any fancy restaurant.
Several couples trying to have their meal and a group of people standing by their friends table , hanging out , talking , laughing , not for a couple minutes , for a long time !! Felt like golden coral kind of athmosphere .
Parking was full , we parked in the back , no signs where to walk through , no lights!!!!'
You need to walk with your wife through a very dark wooded area and there is not ONE light , people walking with their iPhone lights on.
Food was good , very tiny portions , specially for the price .
Not coming back
Heard a lot about this place for years and the whole thing was a disaster
My wife and I had been wanting to try this restaurant for while and decided with our upcoming 5th anniversary we would make a reservation. It was well worth the wait. The food was excellent and the old house that now serves as the restaurant is full of historic charm.
Love the service, quaintness and ambiance of the restaurant. I ordered the veal picata. It was too salty for me and the sauce was too creamy and rich. It was served with cream spinach cannelloni that was made with frozen spinach. It would have been better with fresh chopped spinach. My date ordered the crispy duck which he thoroughly enjoyed. I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
The menu changes every couple of months which makes dining a fresh surprise.
I can't rave about Jacmel Inn enough.
Though some missteps with overall service were amiss, the well-executed menu, ambience, and drinks were nothing short of amazing.
Certainly worth the drive from New Orleans and highly recommend to locals both on north shore and city. Already committed to dinner at Jacmel Inn in several weeks with northshore locals.
This is such a great place. Our gathering was last minute and the staff made our impromptu dinner for 18 happen. They had a private room for us and food, service and atmosphere was perfect. (We had so much fun, I think we were the last guests there). We will definitely return our next trip to Hammond.
The salads were enormous 7 the steaks were cooked to perfection. we had told them it was our 50th Wedding Anniversary so I would expect a restaurant of Jacmel's status to have at least offered some special little dessert or something as we had a table of 7 which spent $360 there.
Server and waiting staff at Jacmel inn are top notch, as for the food it is very lack luster.
I don't mind paying the money for something great, but our steaks were over cooked and our vegetables we undercooked and saturated in butter/ broth.
I had heard great things about Jacmel inn from many people that had ate there in previous years, but I Wouldn't recommend this restaurant to anyone.
Great food as always. I had the Roasted Red Fish and it was excellent. The Chicken and Andoulle gumbo was great. And the Creme Brulee' was, as always, out of this word. The Whiskey Sour was right on. Only one other restaurant of Jacmel's caliber makes a whiskey sour as good. I never end a meal at Jacmel's with out some Cafe Jacmel. If you haven't tried it, you absolutely have to do so the next time you visit.
I am always amazed that a small city like Hammond can have an establishment like Jacmel's.
The restaurant was really cold when we arrived. However, when we commented on it immediate efforts were made to make us more comfortable and it worked! The food was delicious, especially the deviled eggs and veal picatta. Dessert was very good. We'll definitely go back next time we are in Hammond.
The Sunday Brunch was very good. The crab cake benedict was one of the best I have had. The corn crab bisque had an unusual citrusy taste which was also good. The salad dressing was very spicy. Some at my table liked it and some thought it was too spicy. Prices were reasonable.
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