In a city filled with history, memories made at Felix's Restaurant are among the most cherished. Many of us had our first dozen raw oysters sitting on a stool at Felix's with our dad or grandpa. We keep coming back, not just to recapture those memories, but because the food is just so darn good. Whether you go to their Iberville location or the newer Lakefront restaurant, you'll have at least a dozen reasons to rave about it! And there's no better time to come than right now during Carnival season.
For starters, we suggest you begin with a dozen raw or chargrilled oysters or a cup of Felix's gumbo. It's made with a dark, rich roux and they don't skimp on the seafood.
Then order the Felix Special Po-Boy. It’s half oyster, half shrimp and a whole lotta yum.
Unless, of course, you're in the mood for a seafood platter. There's enough to share but you won't want to.
Their bread pudding is pretty fab, too. We think it is one of the best in New Orleans! Don’t skip it!
Of course, their "bar bar" is as impressive as their oyster bar. Cheers to New Orleans!
Felix's is one of our new favorite old restaurants. Learn more and make a reservation.
What's better than dining at Felix's? Dining at Felix's during Mardi Gras with 75 to 100 of your best friends on their Bourbon Balcony! Celebrate Carnival 2024 in style on a balcony overlooking the madness on Bourbon Street. The room features an upstairs bar with TV and a music system – festively decorated for your group of up to 100 guests (minimum of 75). Your 5-hour event will include a Mardi Gras Buffet, open bar, in/out privileges, and private restrooms. Cost is $200 per person, plus tax and service charge. (On Mardi Gras Day, the cost is $250.00 per person for a 6-hour event.) For available dates and more information, inquire here.
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