We were a staying at an Airbnb in the area and wandered down to find breakfast. Oak St has lots of awesome choices! We were seated right away but can see it getting a line up. It has a cool fun vibe with the live...More
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We went for brunch and it was worth the wait, but it was a long wait. Shrimp and grits was amazing, the best I have ever had. Music was okay and fit the space well. I would recommend it.
I ordered the BLT on wheat with fruit and my husband got the hangover and a $5 Bloody Mary. Everything was so delicious! We have definitely found a new addition to our favorite spots for brunch. We lucked out and only had to wait on...More
Live Oak Cafe is a pleasant restaurant on cool Oak Street in Uptown. It has nice outdoor seating and large seating area inside. They have a large menu with many traditional breakfast options as well as unique options. They even have a band to play...More
Hopped off the St Charles Streetcar and had a walk up Oak St. Found this delightful Cafe, friendly and helpful staff, great food, clean (great restrooms)
How really great this place is...EXCELLENT food, wonderful service, and log be music! Doesn't get better than this.
Thanks for your lovely review! I'll pass along the compliment on service to our waitstaff. Come back and see us soon! -Clare Leavy (chef/co-owner Live Oak Cafe)
It was nice to dine outside and we only waited 20 minutes for a table given it was Mardi Gras weekend. The food was good and the drinks good but it took 1 hour to get our food. The waiter was very nice. They have...More
I have reviewed Live Oak Cafe before, but since then they have stepped up their game. An effort to visit Ruby Slipper (any one of 4) fell short, 45 minute waits for all. Stopped by Live Oak Cafe (LOC). No wait, great seats, live music....More
Thanks for the lovely review! As a tea drinker - what would you like to see offered in the future? Right now we only carry English Breakfast, Jasmine or Blue Eyes as sell very little tea compared to coffee. We appreciate your input and hope...More