We love Tracey's and always enjoy cocktails here before dinner. The vibe, service and drinks are good. It's a local favorite.
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My family went in to watch Monday night football game and we ordered food and drink. After, everything went downhill. First, we saw a cat roaming around the restaurant. Second, the order came out wrong. Third, the kitchen closed five minutes after we received our...More
this bar was located a few blocks from the house we rented. So, it was very convenient to have a few beers and watch some football on a Saturday. Food is ordered at a window and all drinks are ordered at the bar so the...More
Looks like an actual restaurant. But it’s a concession stand window that frys food and they have a nice big bar. The kitchen & the whole place needs a good scrubbing. If you want fried food that actually tastes good under these conditions & don’t...More
Wondering where the Irish is in this place! Wouldn't consider it an "Irish Pub". Not exactly friendly, and not much in the way of beer. Guinness on tap, but that's about it. Food, not remarkable. Best thing was the bread they served the poboys on...More
Came here for drinks and to watch the Canelo/GGG fight. Bartenders were very attentive even to those in my party who were cut off and on water. Would definitely come back!
Was visiting on business and stumbled into Tracey's on a whim, and was not disappointed. I literally needed to get out of the heat/humidity, and this was right there for me - like an oasis calling to me with AC. They had fresh shucked oysters...More
Off the beaten path feel for a completely on the beaten path dive bar! Step in and find a table...head to the window at the back to order something yummy to eat:) I don't think there is anything you won't like. The fried okra is...More
Great New Orleans Vibe. We were walking uptown and they had fresh oysters and crawfish for great prices that couldn't have been more fresh - amazing experience!