RIP French Quarter, died 2007.. This place used to be great. I forget when it changed owners, but over the course of 2007 it slowly spun down the crapper. The best waiters and barstaff quit, the food turned to swill, and the best talent won't book there anymore. Now you wait to be noticed even when its half empty, then wait even longer for a bad drink. Gumbo tasts like ashtrays, and my last jambalaya had hotdogs in it. Gimme a break. They even took out the pool table to make room for a lobster torturing "game." Unless a particularly favorite band happens to show up, dont even bother. If you must go, get a bottled beer. Most of the old regulars don't go anymore. Laissez les bon temps ... REST. (RIP)
Great Po Boys.
Good Crawfish & Shrimp Po Boys, at a great price.
Friendly owner. Gumbo good but pretty spicy.
Hurricans were good and strong.
Loved the food, Had the fried shrimp and oyster platter. They let me substitute the crawdads for oysters.
Lots of crsipy gulf sized shrimp and plenty of suculant crawdads. My husband had the shrimp po-boy and loved it. He had gumbo with it and it was just the right amount of spice. We have been to New Orleans many times and thease people have it RIGHT!
Don't pass this up if you like fried seafood.
They have a great band at night and good drinks. They have a special drink each night.
Come Hungry and stay for the Music.
Yummy Po-Boys!!!!!!!!!!. Thought the food was great. Had a shrimp and also a crawdad po-boy. The seafood was fresh and very plentiful. Bring a big appitite the sandwich's are huge!! Good gumbo too! $3.00 hurricanes on tuesday. Yum As good as the food and drinks of the big easy!
Don't patronize. OMG, I can't believe this place had the audacity to charge us $10 for what they called a large bowl of Crawfish Etouffee. It was a small soup bowl with a little sauce, a whole three, count 'em, crawfish and maybe a half cup of cooked white rice. $10!! I had to take my wife to the nearby Church's Fried Chicken afterwards to get her some spicy chicken so she could have some dinner. This place is a joke. If this is what Tucson calls Cajun, you people just don't have a clue. Very sad. Go somewhere else and spend your money. We also had the gumbo - lousy. And the catfish plate, although half an ounce was good, we just couldn't find any real catfish, so to speak, on the plate. A real joke. Extremely disappointing.
Lunch Special makes for a special lunch!. The French Quarter offers an excellent daily lunch special. For $4.99, you can get a po' boy sandwich- roast beef, turkey, ham, or catfish on fresh french bread with all the fixins and a side of fries. They are always happy to substitute onion rings or a side salad of baby greens and house dressing for the fries. A great deal and a great lunch!