Had the half sandwich -- shrimp po boy -- and cup of gumbo and grilled oysters to share. Good thing I didn't get whole sandwich, would not have been room for white chocolate bread budding. Service good and friendly.
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I have been eating here for years and the food is amazing. Yesterday I had the soft shell crab and it was incredible. My 6 year old had red beans and rice and also fried shrimp, also amazing. This is my go to place. If...More
Water the crawfish boil but we arrived when they first open and the water wasn't ready, a reason to go back. We had great service and great food. It is a local place but easy for us to get from our hotel using the bus...More
I visited Frankie and Johnny's on my first trip to New Orleans in 1988. This is now a MUST do everytime I return. The incredible food, relaxed neighborhood vibe, and the incredible waitstaff and bartenders - this is true New Orleans charm to me. Try...More
We came here for the crawfish and we weren't disappointed at all. After trying other locations, we made it here, off the beaten path and loved it. The staff was friendly and helpful for us first time crawfish eaters. The juice from the crawfish was...More
My daughter and I found this place when she was craving just simple boiled crawfish. We were welcomed from the moment we entered the place. The staff is very friendly and efficient and the entire place just has a happy feel to it. Great for...More
This restaurant has quite the local flavor and menu and makes a nice place to eat when guests are in town and you want to show them some local food. We like the raw and grilled oysters and there are lots of catfish on the...More
We walked to Frankie & Johnny's after spending time in the waiting room at a nearby hospital. We enjoyed a bowl of gumbo and crusty bread as we were in a bit of a hurry, but would have loved to try out other menu items....More
Oysters by the dozen, crayfish by the pound. Friendly service, plenty of space, good choice of beers. What's not to like?