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Gretna Restaurants

Tony Mandina's Restaurant
Tony Mandina's Restaurant
(142)
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Italian | Gretna, New Orleans

My husband and I really enjoy our time at Tony Mandina’s every time we go. The service is fantastic throughout the restaurant. The food is great and the company is good. It’s so wonderful to have a place locally that you can count on to always have a great time and really enjoy your meal along with exceptional service. More

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Legacy Kitchen's Steak + Chop
Legacy Kitchen's Steak + Chop
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American | Gretna, New Orleans

The ladies cut filet was incredible! The ambiance and service were not as expected but still a pleasant experience overall. More

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TGI FRIDAYS - Harvey
TGI FRIDAYS - Harvey
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American | Gretna, New Orleans

A very great place for a large gathering! Had a wonderful time!!! More

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Discover Gretna

The Big Easy is famous for its hospitality, party atmosphere and flavorful food. On the West Bank, the city of Gretna offers a more laid-back environment than its neighbor across the river. The town carries on the centuries-old tradition of seasoned cuisine with Creole gumbo, jambalaya, po-boys, muffulettas, and even king cake during Carnival season. Gretna's rich culture, however, extends far beyond the stereotypical French, Creole, and Cajun influences, with Italian and Caribbean-themed restaurants, lending their flavors to Gretna's melting pot as well. Since New Orleans is so close to the water, its seafood is a staple. Boiled crawfish and Gulf oysters on the half shell are regional must-haves. You can also order red beans and rice at many local restaurants, even if your visit doesn't fall on a Monday.

Discover Gretna

The Big Easy is famous for its hospitality, party atmosphere and flavorful food. On the West Bank, the city of Gretna offers a more laid-back environment than its neighbor across the river. The town carries on the centuries-old tradition of seasoned cuisine with Creole gumbo, jambalaya, po-boys, muffulettas, and even king cake during Carnival season. Gretna's rich culture, however, extends far beyond the stereotypical French, Creole, and Cajun influences, with Italian and Caribbean-themed restaurants, lending their flavors to Gretna's melting pot as well. Since New Orleans is so close to the water, its seafood is a staple. Boiled crawfish and Gulf oysters on the half shell are regional must-haves. You can also order red beans and rice at many local restaurants, even if your visit doesn't fall on a Monday.