New Orleans Creole Restaurant
Seattle, WA 98104
- Sun 12pm-10pm, Mon-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-2am
- MasterCard, Visa, cash
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Lunch
- Full bar
Seattle Weekly's Description
This classic Pioneer Square hangout exudes old school cool. The stage is home to a piano and several empty instrument cases, and the brick walls are adorned with Mardi Gras masks and black and white photos of musicians. The back room serves cocktails and Creole cuisine classics like red beans and rice, but most patrons come for the vibrant jazz music that commands the venue at night. (It's a steady gig for many longtime Seattle players.) Be sure to bring a few extra dollars on your visit. As a sign reminds: "It's an old New Orleans tradition to tip the musicians."
Tips from foursquare
Interesting historical building, gaudiest bar, oldest waitresses ever.
the corn fritters are to die for. I lived upstairs for 18 months and never tired of them or the jumbalaya
Free jazz and dancing on Tuesday
Don't eat here the service sucks. Food good. Service is horrible.
Eat here. The service is great.
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