For a great, locals lunch, go to Napoleon House. Started with the original Pimms Cup and split s shrimp po'boy and jambalaya. Great food and great local fare.
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We enjoyed the Pimm's Cup drink (their featured drink), Muffuletta sandwich and also the Muffuletta salad (both excellent) and Red Beans and Rice with Smoked Sausage (good but have had better). The service at our table was lacking, but both of the other servers that...More
On a hot and humid New Orleans afternoon, we stopped into the Napoleon House to cool off. The city was typically crowded and the restaurant was no exception. There happened to be one bar stool available, so I hopped into it and my date stood...More
Delicious. After tons of recommendations to try this place and with the history behind it. We gave it a shot for lunch. It was great. We had the beef sandwich (possibly what’s called a po boy) it was soooo good. Very messy (don’t wear white-...More
This restaurant was referred to me so I tried it. Not impressed. I had a roast beef sandwich with melted cheese & horseradish aoli. Sent it back because looked like it didn't have cheese. They replaced it & it really didn't look any different. Small...More
Napoleon House was recommended to us by another bar for their affordable and we'll made Sazeracs, and the history behind building sealed the deal. The Sazerac was delicious, service was great and although it looks fancy it has a laid back vibe where we didn't...More
Napoleon House has a great bar and nice courtyard. The atmosphere is laid back and casual. We sat at the bar and got some pims cups and I enjoyed a fantastic muffuletta that was toasted, my wife had the red beans and rice, and we...More