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Deanie's Seafood Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant$$
Today 11AM–10PM
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841 Iberville St New Orleans, LA 70112
841 Iberville StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70112
(504) 581-1316deanies.com
$$Seafood Restaurant, RestaurantToday 11AM–10PM
Saturday 11AM–10PMSunday 11AM–11PMMonday 11AM–11PMTuesday 11AM–11PMWednesday 11AM–11PMThursday 11AM–11PMFriday 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."
"Incredible soft crab and oyster poboy!"
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Tiffany Quintero
3 weeks ago
My friends and I were recommended to come here & we were a little disappointed. The potatoes were awesome but that's all we actually enjoyed from here. We ordered half a seafood plate/platter to share and the only thing good was the shrimps. Nothing else had flavor. The cocktail sauce saved the food as much as it could. Some stuffed crab they served was just odd smelling and not tasty at all. Service was good though. We didn't eat anything after that but one of my friends and me complained about our stomach feeling weird & I ended up experiencing food poisoning on the plane ride home. Fever and releasing all the friends food I ingested with them. Sorry but my food experience here wasn't a good one.
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Peter Boutte
in the last week
Best charbroiled oysters in the French Quarter. Better that the other 2 places near by. Ordered the half seafood platter to split and it could of easily fed 4 or 5. Service was prompt and courteous.
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Antonine Lyons
a week ago
I absolutely love the shrimp poboy. It is a must have! I think about this sandwich when I'm home in Atlanta. The fish poboy is great also. I like that they give you potatoes while you wait for your food at the bar. The poboys are especially better when we beat up on those Saints! #GoFalcons #Riseup
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Robert Franklin
2 weeks ago
Wow, the platter was delicious (fish, crawfish, oysters, crab....mmmh good). We left with food. Our server was great. Everyone was friendly ...either spoke, acknowledged, and smiled. Each time I visit NO we have dinner here. Each time my expectation is met or exceeded.
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Magdalena Moulson
2 weeks ago
Hi! The best were the little red skin potatoes served at your arrival at the table! Nice cooked in spices and served with butter. Fried red fish with sweet potatoes casserole was ok but cost of 33$ was not justified. Oysters and Shrimps were fine but just "dropped" on plate without any effort and style! Check with almost 100$ for 2 people ( 1 , glass of house wine) was a little bit high even in this hard economy ...I think.
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Jennifer Lu Gilbert
in the last week
Deanie's was probably my favorite meal in New Orleans. Food: Boiled Crawfish - crawfish wasn't quite in season yet so the fish was small. However, the dish was very flavorful. Stuffed Flounder - This dish was just OK in my opinion. The stuffed crab was a little on the rich side and the fish was a bit oily. Crab 4 ways - I really enjoyed this dish. The chef really shows cased the different ways to bring out the crab flavor while maintaining the New Orleans flair. Gumbo - Deanie's had the best gumbo that we had on our entire trip. It was rich and succulent. Red Potato - instead of bread, they give you potatoes to start. I didn't think much of it but my palate was in heaven once I took that first bite. The seasoning was so good and the potato just melted in my mouth. Service: Great Southern hospitality - our server checked on us frequently and gave us great recommendations on their drinks list. When we asked for wet naps to wipe our hands after pealing crawfish, she informed us that they didn't have any, but that she would make us hot towels. 5 minutes later, she returned from the kitchen with hot boiling towels with a slice of lemon to neutralize the smell. Price: Price wise, I'd say Deanie's is quite comparable to any restaurant in the french quarter. The added benefit here is that you get quality food and large servings. Overall: I'd highly recommend Deanie's to anyone looking for great southern flavor with southern hospitality.
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Adam Zarkou
2 weeks ago
My wife and I took vacation in New Orleans and I had seen this restaurant on Man vs Food some years before. I decided it was a must before we headed home and we weren't disappointed. The atmosphere was very nice and staff friendly. Our server gave complimentary boiled potatoes that were booked in the water used to book the shellfish and then seasoned with a spicy Cajun seasoning. They were amazing! They burned our lips but we couldn't stop eating them they were so flavorful. I ordered the fried seafood platter 1/2 plate and my wife ordered the catfish po'boy. Both were HUGE! The platter was filled with large shrimp, oysters, catfish strips, crawfish etoufee and a stuffed crab. All wonderfully seasoned and fresh. My wife's po'boy was the size of her forearm and she said it was delicious. We both ended up taking large portions back to the hotel and I got the half platter! Prices are a little high but it was a great experience and wonderful seafood for people from the desert. Was worth every penny.
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Nancy Brandsma
2 weeks ago
Upon walking in, we were informed we could not be seated because one of the men in our party was wearing a sleeveless shirt. The host did tell us we had the option to buy a shirt of theirs for $35 or we could walk to Walgreens a block down the street and buy one for $10. We did come back and the host did save a table for us so we did get to be seated right away. Then it took forever for the server to greet us. The food quality was substandard to the price we paid. The server was not knowledgeable about the menu at all. My husband had to get up and look to see what kind of draft beer was on tap because the server did not know. Out of all the food we ordered, the étouffée was the only thing I'd recommend besides the little red potatoes they bring you.
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