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MeMe's Bar & Grille
MeMe's Bar & Grille
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American | Chalmette, New Orleans

Never disappointed in the food. The watermelon martini was delicious!! We requested Jourdon as our server again and her personality and knowledge of the menu was one reason we love MeMe’s! The whole staff is really a delight and they make you feel welcome and that they are happy to have you!! More

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Discover Chalmette

Just down the river from New Orleans in St. Bernard Parish, you’ll find Chalmette, which means Creole, French and Cajun food reign supreme. You’ll have no trouble finding a po’boy shop. These famous sandwiches are served on light French bread and piled high with fried shrimp, oysters or catfish. If a po’boy is too casual, Chalmette has all kinds of family-friendly eateries featuring favorites like soft shell crabs, red beans and rice or jambalaya made with chicken and andouille sausage. For dessert, you won’t go wrong with a warm square of bread pudding.

Discover Chalmette

Just down the river from New Orleans in St. Bernard Parish, you’ll find Chalmette, which means Creole, French and Cajun food reign supreme. You’ll have no trouble finding a po’boy shop. These famous sandwiches are served on light French bread and piled high with fried shrimp, oysters or catfish. If a po’boy is too casual, Chalmette has all kinds of family-friendly eateries featuring favorites like soft shell crabs, red beans and rice or jambalaya made with chicken and andouille sausage. For dessert, you won’t go wrong with a warm square of bread pudding.