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Deanie's Seafood
Seafood Restaurant$$
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841 Iberville St New Orleans, LA 70112
841 Iberville StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70112
(504) 581-1316deanies.com
$$Seafood RestaurantToday 11AM–10PM
Tuesday 11AM–10PMWednesday 11AM–10PMThursday 11AM–10PMFriday 11AM–11PMSaturday 11AM–11PMSunday 11AM–10PMMonday 11AM–10PM
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New Orleans Seafood Dining Restaurant in French Quarter. Serves hot seafood, authentic fried favorites, crabs, crawfish, shrimp, oysters and more. Spicy and Mild dining steps from Bourbon Street.
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Spin-off of the Bucktown original featuring hefty seafood platters & entrees in a laid-back space.- Google
"Otherwise we ordered crabmeat nachos and stuffed fried shrimp platter."
"Amazing steamed potatoes with butter for appetizer."
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Kari Osborne
2 weeks ago
Their food is always flavorful, and I have yet to have a bad experience even when I brought a group of 15 people. Now that doesn't mean that the service will always be quick, but it's usually a full house it's understandable. I would say they specialize in fried seafood, but it certainly isn't the only thing they offer. For those hesitant of fried foods, they use a light cornmeal batter as opposed to the traditional flour batter. So when you bite into your food, you can actually taste the fish or shellfish as opposed to getting a mouth full of batter. Portions are large, and unless you order the broiled version, I have yet to find someone who could finish the entire seafood platter on their own. Overall, if you are looking for a casual family restaurant, I highly recommend that you try Deanie's.
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Greg Nelson
2 weeks ago
As with all reviews, we see highs and lows. The lows surprise me because we even woke up this morning talking about what we are going to try when we go back for dinner tonight. The charbroiled oysters were (sorry, Dragos) better than anywhere. We split a stuffed shrimp dinner. Granted, our sampling was small but all wonderful. The potatoes made us both laugh because where else does that happen? They don't bring chips/salsa. Not bread. Spicy new TATERS! Then we ate them, low carb be damned! Quarter them and dip in the oyster goodness and then say OMG! We sat at the bar and had excellent attention from our waitress/bartendress. It's super casual excellence. At least that was our take and we'll double check later today!
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Lauren Bethune
3 weeks ago
Overall nice restaurant, fried shrimp were very good. Gumbo was ok, not the best I've ever had. Nice atmosphere, very nice staff, and waiter was attentive. Red potatoes they offer before entrees are really good. I would definitely go back.
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Hannah Yoh
2 months ago
Cute little seafood place in the middle of the French Quarter. I loved their Deanie's Charbroiled Oysters, the fried shrimp, and the crawfish au gratin (that was great as a french fry drip!). Seafood was fresh, delicious, and fried well. Definitely gets packed!
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Niya Hubbard
a week ago
This place was the best! The food was fresh. You get a lot food at a good price. Our waitress was excellent, very helpful, and professional.
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Jaleesa H
2 weeks ago
The food here was horrible. Firstly, they didn't have any Prosecco. They had like 5 different Prosecco options on the menu, and didn't have ANY of them. They have crab claws advertised on the menu, but they're so tiny that there was barely any meat in them. It was very misleading. I myself ordered a seafood platter with fried clams, shrimp, and catfish. The food came and looked very appealing. Yet, biting into the catfish, the fishy taste was overwhelming. The clams were soggy. The only thing edible on the plate was the shrimp. Their drinks weren't that good, either. The sangria was watered down. We complained to the manager (who took over 10 mins to come to our table), and he had an excuse about why everything was the way it was. He did apologize though. The only outstanding thing about this travesty of a restaurant was our waiter. He was a peach. He was very attentive. I would NEVER recommend this restaurant to anyone. I would also caution dinners not to think that this restaurant is, in any way, representative of NOLA. There were many outstanding restaurants down here.
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Katrina Kendrick
in the last week
If you are looking for bold flavor this is not the place for you. If you like a lighter less spicy dish this is it. The service was great.
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Samantha Hopkins
a month ago
The food is mediocre to bland. I had the soft shell crab and didn't like it. No flavor other than the lightly flavored batter. Not worth the money in my opinion.

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