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The food and service were so much better than before when it was Besh. We ate there in October and the service was haphazard and the food (shrimp and grits ) inedible. This time the service was superb and every dish was outstanding. A real improvement ! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Who’s ready to flamingle? Flamingo A-Go-Go is your new go-to for outdoor day drinking, movie night munching, group gaming, pre & post party pleasure and all around friendly fun. We’re throwing back to the “good old days” and giving props to current day pop culture and local art. Enjoy a huge menu of new American dishes with a hearty southern & Caribbean influence -- and since it’s never too early or too much when it comes to boozy drinks in New Orleans, our robust bar features 45 “pulls” of beers, wines and cocktails on tap, as well as 3 frozen concoctions. Come, be yourself, be someone else, do you and don’t give a flock.
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Experience Weddings, Rehearsal Dinners, Special Events, Private Dinning, Company lunches & Presentation Spaces featuring Chef Nathanial Zimet's exquisite cuisine.
The creole cottage at Jeannette (located at 8115 Jeannette Street), is around the corner from Boucherie. We can create custom menus for you, or you may choose from one of our many successful past experiences tailored to our private dinning space, or an off site location of your choice.
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French, Spanish and Creole influences evolved New Orleans cuisine into a genre all its own. Combine Gulf coast seafood, a butter-based sauce and Cajun spices, and you’re looking at a classic Nola dish. Take the famed crawfish boil, for instance, which locals advise is best eaten as a family. In the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, the restaurant industry banded together to support their city in the wake of serious devastation. New restaurants began opening their doors, and today you’ll find a wealth of cuisines that span the classics to modern reinventions to everything in between.