Deanie's Seafood: 2 Locations for Great Seafood in NOLA

If you're planning a trip to New Orleans and you want to enjoy a terrific seafood meal, make sure to visit one of the city's Deanie's Seafood restaurants.

If you love seafood and you find yourself in New Orleans, you owe it to yourself to try this super seafood restaurant!

I visit New Orleans several times each year and make certain to stop by Deanie's at least once each time I am in the city.

Just remember to go hungry and be prepared to wait if you visit at a peak meal time. Deanie's doesn't take reservations, and it's no secret that the restaurant has awesome food.

Plan ahead and allow plenty of time to be seated and to savor your meal. It'll be worth the wait!

Food Selections at Deanie's Seafood

No matter what kind of seafood you enjoy, you're sure to find something that you will love on the menu at Deanie's Seafood. Whether you are looking for a specialty seafood entrée, a fried seafood platter, a traditional New Orleans po-boy sandwich, or super seafood gumbo, Deanie's has what you want.

When you are seated, your server will bring you a basket filled with hot and spicy boiled potatoes and butter to snack on while you peruse the menu and wait for your selections. The restaurant has great specials that change regularly, so be sure to pay attention to what might be available that's not on the menu.

The menu at Deanie's Seafood features many choices for appetizers, entrees, seafood platters, sandwiches, desserts, and more. I've tried many different items on the menu, and everything has been great. The fried seafood batter has a little kick – just like you'd expect from a NOLA restaurant. The grilled items also taste great. I think the Crawfish Balls are probably the most unique item I've sampled from Deanie's, and I'll definitely order them again.

Deanie's Seafood Locations

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A markerDeanie's Seafood French Quarter -
841 Iberville St, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
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Deanie's Seafood French Quarter

B markerDeanie's Seafood Bucktown (Metairie) -
1713 Lake Ave, Metairie, LA 70005, USA
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Deanie's Seafood Bucktown (Metairie)

Example Menu Items

A few highlights of the items you'll be able to choose from when you check out Deanie's Seafood yourself include:

Appetizers

  • Boiled Crabs
  • Boiled Crawfish
  • Boiled Shrimp
  • Calamari
  • Crab Claws
  • Many additional choices

Entrees/Platters/Sandwiches

  • Barbecue Shrimp
  • Crabmeat Au GratinCrawfish Etouffee
  • Crawfish Quartet (crawfish au gratin, crawfish balls, crawfish etouffee, and fried crawfish,
  • Giant Seafood Platter
  • Shrimp Po Boy
  • Soft Shell Crab Po Boy
  • Stuffed Flounder
  • Many more choices

Dessert Selections:

  • Cheese Cake
  • Coconut Custard Bread Pudding
  • The Gold Brick Sundae (Haagen-Dazs and Elmer's Gold Brick chocolate on a homemade brownie, topped with whipped cream and cherries)
  • Additional options

These are just a few of the great dishes featured on the Deanie's Seafood menu.

Deanie's Seafood Locations

Metairie: The original Deanie's Restaurant and Seafood Market is located at 1713 Lake Avenue in Metairie, Louisiana. When it first opened, Deanie's became the first seafood market located in the part of NOLA known as Bucktown and grew over time to become a wildly popular seafood restaurant. The location is not open on Mondays. You can dine her Tuesday through Sunday from 11 am until 10 pm.

French Quarter: After years of success at the Metairie location, a second Deanie's Seafood location was opened in the French Quarter. This restaurant is located at 841 Iberville Street in the heart of the quarter, just a few blocks away from Canal Street and Bourbon Street. This location is open from 11 am until 10 pm Sunday through Thursday and from 11 am until 11 pm on Friday and Saturday.

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suscan 6 years ago

I haven't made it to New Orleans but I am hoping to go, I would want to try out this restaurant.

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