1611 Elton Court Road
Harvey, LA 70058
Phone: (504) 361-9110
Fax: (504) 361-9148
1611 Elton Court Road, Harvey, LA, US, 70058
- Phone: (504) 361-9110
- Fax: (504) 361-9148
Cross the river to the West Bank for a Vietnamese treat at Pho Hoa. This casual family-run restaurant serves up pho, banh mi and vermicelli noodle bowls made with fresh and flavorful ingredients and topped with shrimp, grilled pork or beef. In addition to the traditional aromatic entrees, a short list of appetizers, teas and coffee drinks are available to compliment the meals. Pho Hoa serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, but closes each evening at 7p. - Bethany Culp
Standing since 1984 in the peaceful locales of Belle Chasse, Salvo's has been delighting locals and visitors alike with some of the best seafood in the region. Choose from a varied menu featuring everything from shrimps and oysters to crabs, lobsters and clams. You can tuck into the delectable preparations or have them make a po' boy for you. There's a diverse choice of sides ranging from salads and fries to even fried frog legs to go with your meal. Apart from seafood, Salvo's also offers a choice of steaks. The restaurant can accommodate large groups with ease and is excellent for hosting private events. They also offer catering. Check website for more.
Cafe Atchafalaya boasts an unapologetic vibe here in the Uptown neigborhood of NoLa. A short distance from the riverfront, this award-winning restaurant serves up traditional and local flavors amidst minimal decor. Popular for their weekend brunch, some of the specialties on the menu include beef brisket, pork chops and fried green tomatoes.
This delightfully old fashioned restaurant is a solid family oriented establishment. Simply casual without a lot of fuss is the overall picture of Joey K's. With patrons that vary from the single businessman to a couple with children, this is an eatery for all walks of life. Depending on the day of the week you can enjoy, corned beef and cabbage ,lamb shank and mustard greens or meatloaf. But never fear, on any given day you may have pan fried trout topped with crab meat and shrimp, the fabulous gumbo, fried seafood platters and a children's menu of grilled cheese or spaghetti with meatballs.
The Rum House brings Caribbean-inspired fare to the Crescent City. This Caribbean taqueria serves a variety of fresh island cuisine like Jerk Chicken, Chili Glazed Shrimp and Cuban Steak. Those with an affinity for tacos can choose from six varieties that can be ordered à la carte or as part of the Taco Trifecta or Mr. Biggs Taco Plate. In addition to delightful eats, the Rum House offers an extensive list of cool cocktails. Patrons can sit back and enjoy a variety of margaritas, flavored mojitos and fruity mixed drinks. - Lucy Bryson
Quality, fresh ingredients are key to the made-from-scratch dishes served each day at Gott Gourmet Café. Chef Dave Gotter prides himself on crafting delicious gourmet dishes for every man’s budget. Everyday menu offerings include a Blue Corn-Fried Oyster and Spinach Salad, Cochon de Lait Cuban Panini, and a Shrimp BLT Wrap with Tabasco Butter Sautéed Shrimp—each for less than 12USD. Stop in Gott Gourmet Café on the weekend for brunch. Brunch options include gourmet breakfast Burritos, Shrimp and Smoked Gouda Grits, and a variety of pancakes. - Bethany Culp
Coquette offers local diners a place to relax and unwind in the presence of fine food and drink. The impressive French menu serves delectable Softshell Crab, Summer Squash and Tilefish that make diners return for more. The bar downstairs is where people hang out and enjoy the libations, while the dining room on top sees a quieter crowd enjoying the classy meals.
Dine on fine Mediterranean cuisine at "Byblos". Since 14 years this elegant diner is synonymous with healthy and sumptuous Mediterranean meal. The expert chef prepares the finger licking delights using the freshest ingredients and choicest of spices. Savor a Lahem-Bi-Ajeen or gorge on Rotisserie Chicken. The salmon and the shrimp are as fresh as it gets and is cooked in amazing assortment of spices to make it a delectable wonder. It also has non-smoking facility.
Salu offers New Orleans dining with a distinctly Latin flare. This Magazine Street restaurant caters to the fun-loving crowd looking for flavorful food in a colorful atmosphere. Salu’s menu features more than thirty tapas dishes including Duck Breast and Manchego Flautas, Seared Sea Scallops with black bean couscous and spiced guava coulis, and Prosciutto and Potato Croquettes. In addition to tapas, Salu offers a menu of specialty cocktails along with a relatively long wine list. When the weather is nice, call ahead to reserve one of the outdoor tables along Magazine Street. -Bethany Culp
Beer aficionados will rejoice when stepping through the door of the Bulldog. This pooch-friendly Central Business District pub features more than fifty beers on tap, in addition to a collection of more than one hundred bottled favorites from local breweries and countries around the world. Patrons can perch at the bar with a favorite pint indoors, or enjoy their beer of choice in front of the beer-tap fountain on the torch lit patio—complete with fifty-inch plasma TV and doggy door. Whether you enjoy your brew indoors or out, the Bulldog's menu of hearty bar food favorites is sure to satisfy any beer lover attempting to take a world tour, tap by tap.
This is one of the most popular places to see and be seen in the Garden District. From here, you can enjoy a bird's eye view of all the Vieux Carre activity down on the always-busy Magazine Street. The combination of generous drink specials and the perfect spot for people watching draws patrons like moths to a flame. Filling fare, such as po-boys, hot wings and cheese fries are the quintessential complements for a good drink. The Balcony Burger, obviously named, is a hamburger steak patty smothered in Swiss cheese! Try these and you will definitely return for more!
Located in an upscale neighborhood, the Magazine Po-Boy Shop has been serving breakfast and po-boys since 1984. The outdoor dining area is quite inviting and makes it hard to just walk by without a quick stop. Inside, the space is large and clean, with a large main dining hall and ordering counter on the lower level, and two eating areas on the upper level. The menu has a wide variety of po-boys, including vegetarian. Roast Beef and 1/2 Oyster & 1/2 Shrimp are among the most popular. For breakfast, try the Bacon & Egg po-boy. Take your time; people-watching is pleasant here. - Hoiyin Ip