When tried to change reservation time online would not work so I called restaurant & found out different restaurant name.
The coffee program was solid and the barista was cool. However, I made the mistake of making a reservation here for dinner on a Saturday night. This is not a restaurant! Someone should shut-down their open table site... But for a coffee shop, it was great and I really loved the 'Confederacy of Dunces' mural
I actually made the reservation in hopes of going (back to ) the restaurant, although we had a coffee, we needed to find another location to dine for lunch
The BEST experience for genuine creole at an extremely reasonable price, avoiding all the price gouging in the French Quarter. I am a true and accurate reviewer, being a Probate Judge in Monroe County, Michigan. Get your Uber, Lyft, taxi or streetcar (day pass available at Walgreens ) and make a Bee-line to Ignatius, get a GREAT meal at a GREAT PRICE that is true Louisiana. And be sure to check out the surrounding Garden District architecture and all that Magazine Street has to offer!
Amazing Food! The New Orleans platter had everything that I wanted to eat while I was visiting NOLA.
Good but not great
The red fish was amazing!! Definitely worth going to try
We ate here while on vacation in New Orleans. The location is great, down Magazine Street with lots of other restaurants, bars, and shops. The decor and concept are very cute. Our waiter was nice. The menu included many interesting sounding items. Being hungry, we ordered way too much food and failed to enjoy it as much as we expected to. The portions are generous, and adequately prepared. I think there are just so many wonderful restaurants in New Orleans it's hard to compete and be memorable unless yours is amazing. I would give this place a second chance next time I'm in town, and maybe they will wow us then.
This place is a treat. A nice quick spot on a busied day.
A very witty menu and quality food
Fun local place for lunch in the garden district. Friendly staff and good food. Local beers featured.
Took a chance with Ignatius based on reviews calling it a place where locals eat. Don't know if locals eat there, but we did not go wrong with the choice. Started with Fried green Tomatoes and the Mac & Cheese. Could have stopped there and reordered, but also had the Roast beef Po Boy. All excellent with good service and no rushing.