The Old Coffee Pot Restaurant – Local “Guide” Food Review
Our local “guide” food review series continues with The Old Coffee Pot Restaurant. They are a long time mainstay of early morning and late night eats. Recently reopened, The Old Coffee Pot is refurbished and bright but just as welcoming as it was in the past. With both indoor and patio seating, it is a great place to enjoy light breakfasts and pastries any time.
Along with breakfast and brunch the restaurant serves plenty of New Orleans favorites. For instance, Red beans and rice, Jambalaya, and Shrimp and Grits are all on the menu. One of their house specialties is the Fleur De Lis Chicken, they serve it with a crab meat stuffing and top it with gulf shrimp and beurre blanc. Above all, well worth a taste! ⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️
Location, Location, Location
The Old Coffee Pot Restaurant is located at 714 Saint Peter Street. So they are near Jackson Square and very close to Pat O’Brien’s Bar. Hours of operation are Sunday through Thursday from 8am to 10:30pm. Friday and Saturday from 8am to 11:30pm.
DISCLAIMER: We are not epicureans, we are not paid for reviews, we are not affiliated with our review subjects and we are definitely not critics by trade. We are local tour guides sharing our honest opinions.
The Savvy Native is a group of experienced local tour guides who were either born in New Orleans or wish they had been.
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