Coop's Place

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1109 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA, USA

Coop's Place New Orleans Reviews

trinademattei trinadem…
70 reviews
All Around Yummy Nov 03, 2015
I paid a visit to Coops in November 2015 on the recommendation of a close friend. I stopped for an afternoon meal. There was a line but it moved quickly and I took a seat at the bar.

They are known for their fried chicken and it was delicious. I am sometimes a little wary about eating at restaurants that may seem to touristy but there will be a line for a reason! The service was quick and the prices are very reasonable. I had a couple of drinks and the two piece fried chicken platter and my meal with tip came to under $20.00.

Located centrally in the French Quarter makes this an ideal lunch/dinner spot.
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Nanoue63 Nanoue63
2 reviews
Perfect Local food for a perfect price! May 14, 2011
My friend from New Orleans advised this restaurant to me to escape from the tourists traps! I loved tha ambiance and the food!! It was my first local food restaurant, I came back the night after with all my French fellows and they loved it too!!!
A complete Cajun dinner!
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jethanad says:
:) refreshing to hear a french person say something nice about food in America
Posted on: May 28, 2014
laurenomurphy laurenom…
2 reviews
Jan 31, 2008
Free WiFi and internet jukebox.

House specialty drinks are Fay’s SPICY BLOODY MARY for $5.50. The spicy beans garnished in this drink were excellent. I could have had it as an appetizer.

Appetizer- Seafood Gumbo for $4.50 worth every cent and as authentic as ever. Also had crab meat stuffed jalapenos for $7.95.French bread served with meals, heated in small toaster next to the bar. Marinated crab claws at $6.75 were to die for! They were large and over-flowing on the plate.

Fast and friendly service with excellent ambience. A true Cajon watering hole with a rustic saloon style serving fresh local ingredients and homemade Cajon cuisine.

Entrée- We shared the sampler platter as suggested by other bar flies. It had a cup of gumbo, Cajon fried chicken, shrimp Creole, red beans and rice, rabbit and sausage, JAMBALAYA all for only $13. Also had pasta Rosa which was quite spicy hosting a cayenne kick over penne. It was a good blend of spicy dish with mellow flavors that made it relatively light. Oxymoron? Try it yourself!

Arrive early as seating is very limited and if you have a large crowd (4 or more) good luck; expect to wait. We noticed there was no smoke in this pub which was much appreciated. Very much like a Cajon scene as shots of jager were poured at 12:15 in the afternoon AND a couple dances close to one another. There was a water bowl for any dog patrons that might happen in.

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