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DTB Coastal Cajun kitchen & Bar. A modern interpretation of southern Louisiana's coastal cuisine.
New Orleans, LA 70118
Cajun, Creole / Cajun / Southern
Hours of Operation:
Happy Hour Monday-Friday 3pm-6pm at the bar
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
D.T.B. Ratings and Reviews
Food was great. Ambience and setting or wonderful. Only glitch was in the food service. The kitchen sent out the wrong – for one of our six diners. When we notified away staff of the hour they picked up the dish and walked off. We were told The correct – would be rushed through. No manager came by and our waiter never came back until 10 minutes later when the dish arrived. Everyone else was finished eating by then. I was just disappointed in how they handled the mistake
I was entertaining a group in from Austin, Texas. Walter and his crew just kept the food coming. We shared at least 7 or 8 apps and the warm chocolate brownie. Everything was delicious!!! And, the wine & spirits were equally awesome. Good Job!! Great experience all the way around.
Gin Pear cocktail was delicious. Crudo was very good, crab claws were so delicious I wanted to lick the bowl (different than usual butter sauce). Cucumber salad was just so-so also didn’t like frog legs. Snapper entree was superb. Husband had the ribeye? special and said it was outstanding (he’s a huge steak lover). Waiter was great. Lively atmosphere but not too loud. Cute Spanish moss and wood upscale rustic Cajuny decor. Much better than I was expecting. I will go back.
The best experience we have had in a while...unique cocktails, delicious food, and our amazing server Amy made for a dinner to remember. We had the fried cornbread and some daily specials along with the chocolate brownie dessert. Everything was outstanding! Can’t wait to go back and try more from the menu. Definitely recommend D.T.B!!
Ramona our server was outstanding. Helped us with drink recommendations and was very accommodating with our food. We essentially shared everything and all was wonderful. Unique tasty creations. Oysters, potatoes, frog legs, gnocchi, roasted beets, cauliflower, and others prepared with wonderful sauces and accompaniments.
I'm so glad New Orleans Magazine wrote an article on D.T.B. We had a really nice lunch and I would definitely go back. I can't remember the last time I saw gumbo without sausage on a menu. That, along with the addition of potato salad on top, made my decision to order the gumbo super easy. (I don't eat pork or red meat.) The gumbo was delicious except for being a little salty. My husband's burger was not only really good, it was huge! The chicken nachos were very tasty too. My mother's scrambled egg plate had so much good stuff to go with the eggs -- bacon, biscuit, grits, & pimento cheese.
Our server was nice, down to earth, and very helpful answering questions about the menu.
The restaurant has very creative and pretty decorations!!!
We had an out of town guest with us and they were skeptical about the “out of the box” menu. Well, by the time we finished, he was saying that he will definitely be returning to D.T.B. next time he’s in town. Incredible!!! We had the gnocchi and sausage dish, the gumbo, the short ribs, the duck confit, the brownie dessert, and the fall cake. All I️ can say is, “treat yourself and go to D.T.B. you wound regret it!” Also, the service was amazing!
Visited for Sunday brunch - my group ordered breakfast brunch items as well as the brisket sandwich. Bloody Mary was spicy! My Oak Street breakfast was just what I was looking for - crispy bacon a tasty wonder. Crab Benedict was tasty as well. Def. worth a visit to check it out for dinner next time.
New spot. Minimalist design. Can reserve thru OpenTable app. Brunch was great with standardeggs, grits, excellent bacon to incredible blueberry Texas French toast. Cajon, creole but with unique crreativity. Only gripe was my wife had water refilled the moment it was empty but getting ice tea refill just once took aircraft carrier landing flags about four times. Excellent wines and cocktal creations. Osk Street is a special neighborhood just off streetcar line. WILL return and we live in Baton Rouge.
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