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New Orleans Reviews

Know as the Crescent City, New Orleans is one of the Mystery Crapper's favorite cities. Unfortunately, it is not the most user friendly when you have to "go". Most bars and restaurants require some type of purchase to gain access but there are a few places that are helpful. We have broken our reviews up into two sections. The first is Downtown, which includes the French Quarter. The second is Uptown with includes Audobon Park, St. Charles Street and the area surrounding Tulane and Loyola.

Downtown

New Orleans Marriott

Located right on Canal Street on the edge of the French Quarter, this lobby facility will give you all of the access, privacy and fulfillment needed to handle the effects of too much cajun food.

User Friendliness = 4.5
Cleanliness = 4
Privacy = 4
Facilities = 4
Overall Rating = 4


Pat O'Brien's

Located in the French Quarter on Bourbon Street and St. Peter, this is one of the most famous bars in the world. Home of the famous "Hurricane" drink. It can get real crowded during events and weekends.

User Friendliness = 2
Cleanliness = 2
Privacy = 2
Facilities = 2
Overall Rating = 2


ACME Oyster House

Located in the French Quarter at 724 Iberville Street, the ACME Oyster House is a legendary eatery. A great place to eat but not the best to "go".

User Friendliness = 2
Cleanliness = 2
Privacy = 2
Facilities = 2
Overall Rating = 2


House of Blues

Located in the French Quarter at 225 Decatur Street, the House of Blues is a great place to eat and/or see a show. Above average experience.

User Friendliness = 3
Cleanliness = 3
Privacy = 3
Facilities = 3
Overall Rating = 3


Tujague's

Located in the French Quarter at 823 Decatur Street, Tujague's is the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans. Great traditional Creole dining.

User Friendliness = 3
Cleanliness = 3
Privacy = 3
Facilities = 3
Overall Rating = 3

Uptown


Frankie & Johnnie's

321 Arabella Street. Best place for crawfish. Friendly atmosphere.

User Friendliness = 3
Cleanliness = 3
Privacy = 3
Facilities = 3
Overall Rating = 3


Pascal's Manale Restaurant

Founded in 1913, this family-run, Italian-Creole is famous for creating barbecued shrimp. Located at 1838 Napoleon Avenue, this neighborhood restaurant is vintage New Orleans, from the service to the decor. The oyster bar always manned by a friendly shucker. The oysters are fresh, salty and delicious.

User Friendliness = 3
Cleanliness = 3
Privacy = 3
Facilities = 3
Overall Rating = 3



Ye Olde College Inn

3016 South Carrollton Avenue. Always a great meal and friendly atmosphere in this uptown legend known primarily for its vairous seafood po-boys. New owners are getting good reviews.

User Friendliness = 4
Cleanliness = 4
Privacy = 4
Facilities = 3
Overall Rating = 4



Copeland's

4338 St. Charles Avenue. A great place for brunch. Kind of like a TGI Fridays with a New Orleans twist.

User Friendliness = 4
Cleanliness = 4
Privacy = 4
Facilities = 4
Overall Rating = 4



Fat Harry's

4330 St. Charles Avenue. Right next to Copeland's Fun place to party and get drunk. A little down and dirty.

User Friendliness = 2
Cleanliness = 2
Privacy = 2
Facilities = 2
Overall Rating = 2




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