Storyville American Table is a casual restaurant and bar that specializes in traditional New Orleans cuisine. The restaurant is names after and old section of New Orleans. Its interior is rustic with exposed brick walls and unique chandelier lighting. Storyville American Table is connected with Finley's of Green Street, which is a full-service bar that hosts late-night live music and entertainment.
Begin the meal with an appetizer like charbroiled oysters, chicken fried shrimp, fried green tomatoes or the Big Easy gator meatballs. For the main course, indulge in a variety of hearty sandwiches and po' boys or try one of the restaurant's entrées. Options include dishes like shrimp and grits, fire and rice jambalaya, New Orleans BBQ shrimp or the MacDaddy BBQ baby back ribs. Storyville American Table also offers a wide range of specialty New Orleans-inspired cocktails and margaritas for guests to choose from.
I live in the area and have been here many times. I ordered the chicken fried shrimp appetizer as my dinner, it tasted great but I noticed they cut the portion from 5 shrimp to 4 shrimp and kept the price the same. I also ordered the mac n cheese side and found it to be bland. My boyfriend liked his food a lot (roast pork grilled cheese), but they could amp up the presentation a little. Service great as always.
If you have a hankering for cajun/creole food, you will be happy to head to Storyville...a bit of N'awlins on Long Island. And if that is not familiar cuisine, it is worth trying another version of regional comfort food. We arrived early evening, so the place was quiet, our waitstaff attentive and thoughtful, kitchen accommodating to our dietary preferences, drinks stiff! Three friends spent a lovely few hours laughing together, and enjoying the food and the casual ambiance.
The food as always is very good, but the service was horrible. The drinks took 20 minutes to come out. But what was irritating was after eating the waitress never came back for roughly 30 minutes we sat there, no water, no drinks, nothing. And I can’t say it was busy because there was only one other party in the place. So there was no excuse for the delay.
Great food, substantial portions, excellent friendly service and a nice but casual atmosphere -- just what you'd want in a cajun/creole experience! A good variety of menu options (if you're not a vegan or vegetarian), including authentic entrees, a variety of small plates/appetizers and a solid selection of po'boys. I had shrimp "gumbolaya", which is their signature Fire and Rice Jambalaya topped with a hefty scoop of gumbo. Flavorful and spicy, but not overpowering, and although there weren't a whole lot of shrimp they were enormous. My wife greatly enjoyed the Chicken and Waffles, which came with both syrup and a delectable country gravy. The Fried Green Tomatoes we had as an appetizer (5 to a plate, so we shared) were a little disappointing as they seemed to lack the usual tanginess of unripe tomatoes. However they came with a very tasty remoulade, which made up for some of the slack. Our server was friendly and attentive. We came on a very quiet Sunday night so my assessment of the noise factor may or may not be useful, but I can say that their choice of background music was totally on point! Altogether a very nice dining experience, with lots more menu options to explore. We will definitely be back!
Good food... Attentive service...Saturday night...no wait...overall satisfied with dining experience
My wife brought me here for my birthday. We enjoyed the appetizer that we ordered. My dinner was delicious. My wife's dinner had olives in it. Olives were not listed in the description and with the amount in it could not be eaten around. The manager came over, took the original dinner off the bill and had her order a new dinner. She loved the replacement meal. The manager made sure that we were happy with the new order and that our night was good.
Always a fabulous dinner and wonderful service!!! From the gumbo and catfish to the delicious desserts, everything was a win-win!!
The food was delicious and the chef let us try his peach cobbler it was the best I have tasted. I always eat at Storyville and it never fails me on great taste and service, mike our waiter is always on point so tentative and polite.
Third time at Storyville but the first for brunch. 4 adults and a child on our party. Very nice variety of food. Had something for everyone in our party, including someone who doesn't eat fish, someone who doesn't like spicy food, and a 6 year old.
Made to order omelet, fried chicken and gumbo were some of my faves. Can't wait to go back.
Our waiter, Steven, was absolutely wonderful. He was very considerate to my dietary needs and was making suggestions that would suit me. The food was great. Definitely go back again
Food service was extremely slow and attention to the table was inconsistent.
We picked a great night and went early with our daughter and her husband from out of town. The beautiful patio table gave us a quiet place to catch up and dine. They both and I love the canon flavor to most things and my husband was happy with his usual hamburger!
We are longtime regulars of Finley's/Storyville and are delighted by the increased enthusiasm and new additions brought by the new chef. Be sure to order the fried oysters, catfish and andouille rice abd deconstructed key lime pie and teaditional strawberry shortcake. One note: We'd love to see the old beer menu back again. I especially miss Young's Oatmeal Stout as well as the other international brews.
It's a nice change of pace for Huntington to get Cajun food in the mix. Thankfully the food was good and represented the Big Easy quite well. Portions are very big so come hungry.