- TWTreyWvipBaton Rouge / Lafayette •20 reviews4.0Dined 1 day agoGood food. Definitely worth trying. Some dishes are amazing and some mediocre. Prices are premium so I kind of expect all dishes to be amazing at the prices being chargedMore infoOne Thirteen RestaurantPrice: Expensive• American• Hammond•4.7
- CBCarlaBMississippi •2 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 20, 2023Gnocchi and steak tips were perfectly cooked and seasoned. Redfish did not disappoint. Definitely a 5 star night! The gnocchi with crabmeat is amazing. Now with that said, we’ve eaten here many times over the years and obviously love it. Every once in awhile we have an ok to bad experience. Boy but when it’s good , it’s great! Please continue to put out fresh great food because it really sucks to pay that much money for a meal that’s just not worth it.More infoJacmel InnPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Hammond•4.5
- OTOpenTable DinerNew Orleans / Louisiana •2 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 17, 2023They were able to accommodate 17 of us in between soccer games. Everything was great. No problems, service was excellent, quality food, and good prices!More infoDon's Seafood of HammondPrice: Moderate• Seafood• Hammond•4.5
- KBKenB1 review4.0Dined on Sep 12, 2023I didn’t like sitting next to the bar when there were other table available.More infoBuddies Bar and GrillPrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Hammond•4.3
- MGMichelleGMemphis / West Tennessee •3 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Service was exceptional! Food was delicious. Try the pork belly; it is fantastic. The scallops are delicious, and the vanilla ice cream is so good.More infoGW FinsPrice: Very Expensive• Seafood• French Quarter•4.9
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