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We had our family(eleven total) Thanksgiving at this beautiful plantation. The service was great and the food was delicious. Most of us chose the turkey dinner(with oyster dressing,sweet potatoe,and green beans). The oyster stuffing was our favorite. Everyone raved about their desert. The bread pudding and cheese cake were a hit. Would do this again next year. Great food without any fuss. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Went there for the 1st time on a date the other night and the whole experience was awesome. The atmosphere was great, the lounge was awesome, the food was delicious and the on line seating reservation was very helpful. We were seated on time and the staff was very helpful and pleasant. Highly recommend for anyone. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Welcome to Maypop! - the sister establishment to the award winning Mid-City restaurant MOPHO. Located two blocks from the Super Dome and only one block from Poydras street, it features Southeast Asian inspired southern cuisine and focuses on hand made pastas and house charcuterie paired with Gulf seafood, local produce and hand ground curries. Enjoy our refreshing cocktails that are as innovative and creative as our cuisine, and our well curated wine list paired to our eclectic dishes.
Executive Chef Michael Gulotta was named a 2016 Best New Chef by Food and Wine Magazine and Maypop was named a 2017 best new restaurant by New Orleans magazine as well as a 2017 peoples choice best new restaurant by Gambit Magazine.More
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French, Spanish and Creole influences evolved New Orleans cuisine into a genre all its own. Combine Gulf coast seafood, a butter-based sauce and Cajun spices, and you’re looking at a classic Nola dish. Take the famed crawfish boil, for instance, which locals advise is best eaten as a family. In the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, the restaurant industry banded together to support their city in the wake of serious devastation. New restaurants began opening their doors, and today you’ll find a wealth of cuisines that span the classics to modern reinventions to everything in between.