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Superior Seafood And Oyster Bar


4338 Saint Charles Ave, New Orleans
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When you want to sit down for a long lunch and really try to eat your body weight in oysters, hop on the St. Charles streetcar and take it to Superior Seafood in the Garden District. With white tile floors, lots of exposed wood, and tie-clad servers, this place has a kind of high-end throwback feel, but is still casual enough to just walk into when you pass by and find yourself craving seafood. Besides oysters, the barbecue shrimp and blackened fish Napoleon topped with crawfish etouffee are both great for sharing with whoever else joins you on your mid-day binge.

Jakob Layman

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