We absolutely loved the authentic NOLA food and coffee here at breakfast, and the service was second to none!
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We attempted to eat here and while I can understand that a place may choose to not serve food between more typical lunch and diner hours, there is no excuse for rudeness. When we politely asked what might be open nearby we were told that...More
Established in 1894, The Old Coffeepot Restaurant is a traditional, New Orleans restaurant offering a reasonably priced selection of creole, Cajun, and signature cuisines. It is located in the French Quarter on Saint Peter Street next to the famous Pat O’Brien’s. Items on the lunch...More
I love this food. Breakfast is amazing, will be back for dinner. Pain Perdu is delicious, real old school nola food.
We recently went back to the Old Coffee Pot and were surprised by the new decor. While we preferred the old decor, the service was vastly improved over last year. The food remained delicious and the menu was substantially similar to the previous year.
We were looking for a restaurant we visited a couple of years ago. We found this one. We were so fortunatel. Not only is the food good, the service is great and there is a server there who sings. What more could anyone ask for?...More
Came here for breakfast at around 10am was very busy but there were only two waitresses on. One was ok the other was surly and uninterested. Asked about seating and the answer was mumbled and a bit rude. Was hungry so I persevered but it...More
Hubby and I had breakfast there. Sat outdoors in the carriage way. We had a great waiter, wish I could remember his name but he was fab. Reasonably priced breakfast done right.
We were just walking by and decided to pop in. There were a couple of empty tables and the A/C was on so we happily sat down. I had the jambalaya and it was really good. My only complaint is that it was too much...More