After a brief stint as BYOB Sauté, this sliver of a storefront in Queen Village has once again returned to a Cajun/Creole theme (before Sauté, it was the long-running bar La Creole). It's filled with locals from the mostly residential neighborhood, snacking on Nawlins' favorites like etouffee, gumbo, a tasty selection of house-pickled vegetables, jambalaya and, of course, po'boys — and washing it down with Sazeracs and Louisiana's own Abita beer. Skip the treacly Hurricanes, but don't miss the molasses pecan pie.
Amazing food! A refreshing change in the neighborhood with unique and super yummy dishes and drinks. Just a few blocks from South Street, great outdoor dining on a summer day. The Po Boys are fantastic, crispy with just the right amount of seasoning, and the fries that accompany them are the best in the City.
The flatbreads are crispy and have the perfect amount of toppings and seasonings, a wonderful appetizer to share or to devour on your own. The BBQ shrimp with the grilled corn bread is another must try.
I dont eat red meat but my carnivorous friends are super picky about their burgers and say that the quality of the meat it self is above and beyond anything theyve experienced at far pricier restaurants in the area. The fried green tomato and goat cheese toppings on the burger make it a one-of-a-kind experience.
Desserts are out of this world and not to be skipped. Theyre worth the extra calories!
I found Catahoula in early August and have been back nearly every week. The prices are very reasonable, especially for the quality of the food and drinks. Posted by Keely: Nov. November 17th, 2010 at 10:59 AM