Food, as always, is great. The gumbo and grilled oysters are tremendous and who can beat their collard greens? Desserts are homemade and delicious.
We had an intimate table for two amidst a lively, civilized crowd and our food was, as always, spectacular. Grilled oysters, blackened redfish for me and a platter of meat and potatoes for my husband, with a side of jalapeno cornbread. Jack and coke in a mason jar for him, an oaky chardonnay, here. An altogether lovely --both relaxed and energizing--evening. We don't go often, but always swear we need to do take-out from here
The best way to spend Fat Tues on Long Island. Definitely the best New Orleans Food on Long Island.
The meal was average at best. The service was good not great. The place is nice but just a one time a year visit.
Place is great! From the moment we sat down, down to the last bite of that “OH My GOD” pie. Trust me, and make room for dessert for that piece of pie. You’ll thank me later 😉. Our waitress was so friendly, food was deelish- we started with fried pickles, friend green tomatoes and hush puppies. Lord Jesus, those hush puppies. Washed them down with mint tea( fave non-alcoholic drink there). Had their mugoverall feel of the place is laid back and chill.
Amazing food at a reasonable price. Everything is fresh and cooked to perfection.
The food was outstanding. I had a half rack of St. Louis style. They were one of the best bbq ribs I’ve ever had. The service wasn’t great our waiter was polite and very busy but the food took an hour to come out. That being said I will be back for great bbq.
Food was excellent. Servers were very attentive and nice. We would recommend to friends.
Amazing southern food! The service was great!