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The Camellia Grill
American Restaurant$$
Today 8:00 am – 2:00 am
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626 S Carrollton Ave New Orleans, LA 70118
626 S Carrollton AveUSLANew Orleans70118
(504) 309-2679
$$American RestaurantToday 8:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 8:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 8:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 8:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 8:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 8:00 am – 12:00 am
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Fabled institution for diner fare dished out by bow-tied servers, plus late-night dining.- Google
People talk about pecan pie, waiters, diner food, chili cheese and waffles
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John Broussard
reviewed 6 months ago
Steeped in NOLA tradition, it's been around for decades. And delicious breakfast foods to boot! They also have great sandwiches. Consider it a diner with a New Orleans twist. The servers are fun and interact with you as you sit at a bar that's 50s style. No alcohol served, very family-friendly, open very late and early, and their chocolate freeze is amazing.
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Michael Ferbrache
reviewed 10 months ago
It's either here during the day (they have one in riverbend and in the quarter also), or Clover Grill at night. Similiar old school grill menu and atmosphere, although I suspect thy're having more fun Uptown.
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Jon Edge
reviewed a year ago
This place is more about the experience than just the meal. In other words, if you're just looking for something to eat and aren't interested in a full experience this may not be the place for you. If you're open to something a little different, head on over. You'll enjoy the culture and history of the place. Be open minded about chatting with the servers and the guy sitting next to you on the stool (no tables, all counter service). Breakfast was excellent (best turkey bacon I've ever had and I loved the taste of my scrambled eggs). The devil is in the details as things like toast and the drink I ordered had to be mentioned a second time (but they eventually arrived). Just relax and enjoy the experience and don't worry too much if things don't show up exactly like you ordered them. You really can't beat the price either. Go and enjoy!
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Andrew Turner
reviewed 9 months ago
This place was recommended to me while in town visiting. Food was delicious but I agree, it's more about the whole experience they have to offer. Worth stopping in! Thought it was a little loud in there, but what can you do?
Michael Williams
reviewed 9 months ago
The food was good but it was overshadowed by the condition of the place. First, this place should have been called the Fly Trap. There were flies everywhere. Second, this place was filthy. There was grease on everything. Their were all these open containers of food and this place looked terrible. This is a very small dirty little diner. Be warned.
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Bryan Davis
reviewed a year ago
This is no ordinary diner. Sure, the menu has som pretty standard fare, but tucked among the listings are delicious, unique creations, like the Manhattan omelette and the Doc Brinker special. The milkshakes, aka freezes, are a great way to start and end any meal among the nicest wait staff you will ever bump fists with.