This was the original abita brewery. It's a lot bigger than it looks from the outside. We didn't eat there but the menu looked good and the portions looked pretty big.
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Loved this place the first time we visited. Good food and friendly staff. Beer is locally brewed (awesome) and burgers are great. Attracts neighborhood residents and people traveling through.
They were having a vendors market the day we went and we asked a local woman where to get southern food, she said they only sold burgers. We decided to go in to see if they had tee shirts and low and behold they had southern food AND tee shirts. The muffaletta we split, along with gumbo and a couple... More
We took a ride outside of New Orleans to get a break from the tourists. Abita Springs is a cute little town north of the lake. We had tried Abita beer before and were excited to have it from the original brewery. The restaurant was surprisingly good. The portions were large and everything was delicious.
Our server, Patrick, was the greatest! He was so patient and even got us the recipe for the rum butter sauce that was on the bread pudding. We shared barbeque crab claws, which were spicy and delicious. We paired this with chicken and sausage gumbo. Had a crafted beer and a rootbeer. It was so good, that we think that... More
Two side salads with remoulade dressing, shared cup of shrimp/corn chowder, shared roasted pork sandwich, New Orleans IPA and Purple Haze beers. Good food with large portions - plenty for two average appetites - and courteous service.
Stopped in after visiting the brewery nearby. Evidently they moved years ago. Now different owners. Great service. Very quiet on a Wednesday night almost had the place to myself. Had Ryan's Jambalaya. Very good but a tad dry. Veggies were good and the seafood cornbread was unexpected. Also the Caesar salad that was included was fresh and tasty. Washed it... More
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