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Gretna Restaurants

A photo of Tony Mandina's Restaurant restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(174)
  • $$$$
  • Italian
  • Gretna

Now offering curbside pickup from 11am - 6pm due to state wide COVID-19 mandate. Please call and order! Offering Southern Italian (Sicily, Italy) cuisine along with great seafood, as well as daily specials with a unique Cajun flavor.

A photo of Legacy Kitchen's Steak + Chop restaurant
4.3
Awesome(197)
  • $$$$
  • American
  • Gretna

Everyone aspires to leave a legacy. Or at least they should, right? When you walk into a Legacy Kitchen you will see it decorated with symbols of American artists and personalities, all of whom left a lasting legacy. New Orleans bred. American Inspired. Legacy Kitchen is built to last with...

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The Big Easy is famous for its hospitality, party atmosphere and flavorful food. On the West Bank, the city of Gretna offers a more laid-back environment than its neighbor across the river. The town carries on the centuries-old tradition of seasoned cuisine with Creole gumbo, jambalaya, po-boys, muffulettas, and even king cake during Carnival season. Gretna's rich culture, however, extends far beyond the stereotypical French, Creole, and Cajun influences, with Italian and Caribbean-themed restaurants, lending their flavors to Gretna's melting pot as well. Since New Orleans is so close to the water, its seafood is a staple. Boiled crawfish and Gulf oysters on the half shell are regional must-haves. You can also order red beans and rice at many local restaurants, even if your visit doesn't fall on a Monday.

The Big Easy is famous for its hospitality, party atmosphere and flavorful food. On the West Bank, the city of Gretna offers a more laid-back environment than its neighbor across the river. The town carries on the centuries-old tradition of seasoned cuisine with Creole gumbo, jambalaya, po-boys, muffulettas, and even king cake during Carnival season. Gretna's rich culture, however, extends far beyond the stereotypical French, Creole, and Cajun influences, with Italian and Caribbean-themed restaurants, lending their flavors to Gretna's melting pot as well. Since New Orleans is so close to the water, its seafood is a staple. Boiled crawfish and Gulf oysters on the half shell are regional must-haves. You can also order red beans and rice at many local restaurants, even if your visit doesn't fall on a Monday.

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