I didn't have high expectations, hotel restaurant. But it was the best shrimp and grits I have ever eaten. Second meal was the redfish. Equally good. Service was average. Definitely a great place to have great food.
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On our most recent, previous visit, it seemed that things had slipped, and in both the food and service department, but we were won back as fans on this visit. Everything seemed to have improved (but the wine list... ). The Gumbo was good (again),...More
Menu is very limited. As one other commenter said, food is uneven in quality. Prices are what you'd expect for an airport hotel with only the IHOP within walking distance as alternates for food. Not horrible, but wouldn't want to eat there two nights in...More
Was able to watch the cubs and the bears on a recent thrusday while waiitng for a flight. service is good, they upsold me to top vodka without me knowing it, and the food is pretty food.
We had dined at the Second Line Sports Lounge at the New Orleans Airport Hilton a few years ago, on an overnight stay, and had been impressed for a hotel sports bar. Unfortunately, this experience was less impressive. The service was OK, but it seemed...More
We ate here on a budget, and ordered from the appetizer menu. The good news is the portions were small. At all costs, avoid the nachos. The "cheese" was just like that served at movie theaters. Enough said? I hope so.
This sports bar is the restaurant at the Hilton New Orleans Airport hotel. If you don't have a car, you will have no other choice for dinner. Three of us had dinner there. One of us had red beans and rice, one a catfish po...More
Menu, snacks, and malted beverages plentiful. Staff was friendly and attentive. Was a great option. We were dead beat after a long day on site. Didn't want to leave the property to go a downtown restaurant. Met our needs. Didn't break the bank