12177 US 90
Luling, LA 70070
Phone: (985) 785-1125
Fax: (985) 785-6714
12177 US 90, Luling, LA, US, 70070
- Phone: (985) 785-1125
- Fax: (985) 785-6714
Bars & Cafes
A well-known Kenner cafe, Chateau Coffee offers a breakfast menu, specialty coffee drinks and a lunch menu.
What a treat to stop for those world-famous Cafe Du Monde beignets and chicory coffee while you are taking a break on a shopping trip.
The tastiest barbecue, the best cocktails, the most tempting selection of drinks and a very sophisticated ambiance, is what you are assured of at Fox & Hound English Pub and Grille. Pick from a variety in the menu, which spans savory portions of hot and spicy chicken wings, delicious sirloin, baby back ribs, marinated ribeye steaks, grilled quesadillas and appetizers for a sumptuous meal. Also on offer are choices of draught beers or the bottled beers, martinis, wines, spirits and brews to get high! Select from the assortment of fine cigars for an indulgent end to a fabulous meal.
Stop by this coffee shop & cafe for a yummy cup of joe, specialty coffee drink or breakfast. They also offer a selection of sandwiches, wraps & salads for lunch.
Launched in 2007, the Twist of Lime is a favorite among locals as well as visitors to Metairie. Open from noon until 5a, this watering hole is always buzzing with patrons. It features an impressive list of beer and spirits to choose from. Enjoy your drink with some video poker, or shoot some pool or play a game of darts. The jukebox provides great entertainment, while live bands take over on weekends.
Lagers is a great place in Metairie for enjoying great draft and traditional pub grub. From Guinness stew to 22oz T-bones they have dishes to please anyone.
This ultimate beer tavern has been a favorite watering hole since 1977. Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar boasts more than 400 brands of imported and domestic bottled beer and more than 40 on tap. The atmosphere is something like a sports bar, with eight color TVs, video poker games and pool tables. Surprisingly good cuisine makes the trip uptown on the trolley worth it. One example of the great bar food is the Cheese Fries, a favorite of the locals.
This renovated Victorian cottage contains Brigtsen's Restaurant. It is owned and operated by Marna Brigsten, who has created a Victorian era atmosphere and modernized to meet the dining needs of today's patrons. Every meal is prepared with the freshest of ingredients and exotic flavors to please the most discerning gourmand. Make reservations well in advance, as this place is popular.
Located on Carrollton, Mat & Naddie's is a comfortable neighborhood joint, specializing in local cuisine. For the past nine years, it has been creating New Orleanian classics consistently. Opt for patio seating that offers a fine view of horseback riders on the Riverbend! New Orleans black bean-barbecued shrimp Oysters, Rockefeller pizza appetizer are great. The Double Duck Treat presents a rare combination of breast and leg meat along with tasso-studded gumbo. The wine list is fascinatingly exhaustive and sets the mood for a romantic evening. Mondays sizzle with live jazz music by the Courtyard Kings!
As the popularity of ethnic cuisine grows, so do the restaurants serving these authentically prepared dishes loaded with vegetables. New Orleans, the city of eclectic food, has welcomed this new craze with open arms. Sara's Restaurant is one of the establishments helping to bridge the continental divide. The serene ambience is just what you would expect from a Far East blend with a Mediterranean flair. Its cook whose interest in health plus a love for herbs and spices, creates cuisine from all parts of the Far East, including Vietnamese hand rolls and Japanese style miso soup. There is also Saag Paneer, sesame crusted salmon and a wonderful Grilled Muscovy Duck to satiate the most discerning diner!
Refuel Café offers gourmet brunch at affordable prices from their Riverbend location. This café and coffee shop serves a variety of gourmet coffees, espresso drinks and teas in addition to a selection of light lunches and brunch entrees. Regular brunch offerings include French Toast made from hand cut brioche and topped with seasonal berries and Smoked Pork and Grits served over the café’s sweet grits with peppers. The lunch menu features fresh salads and hearty sandwiches. Check Refuel’s menu each visit for daily and weekend specials. -Bethany Culp
Cara Benson and her staff serve up French flavors in bountiful portions at Tartine. This small French café, tucked away near Uptown Square, serves breakfast, salads, and sandwiches on freshly baked bread, and desserts. Daily breakfast offerings include Quiche, Baked Eggs in Brioche and Scones while the lunch menu includes options like the Ham Sandwich topped with triple cream brie, butter lettuce and fig mustard on a baguette. Other favorites are the Pork Rillette on toasted baguette, and a Tuna Nicoise Salad. Decadent cakes for any occasion are available by special order. -Bethany Culp