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Marjie's Grill

$$$$

320 S Broad St, New Orleans
View WebsiteEarn 3X Points

You wouldn’t expect to find a Southeast Asian-meets-Southern restaurant on a random side street in Mid-City, but that’s what’s happening at Marjie’s Grill and we like it a lot. At dinner, things like fried chicken and hushpuppies are served alongside som tum salad and a whole grilled fish with lettuce wraps, while lunch is done meat-and-three style. No matter when you come, make sure to grab a spot on their patio and a glass of one of their natural wines while you wait for your food.

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