After 2010 zoning changes forced the closure of bars in the Metairie triangle known as Fat City, many hoped for a revival of a different kind, and it seems that is starting to happen. Although several other restaurants are currently under construction, Fat City Franks beat everyone to the punch and opened its doors first.
In a food-rich city like New Orleans, you’re as likely to have a memorable meal at a white-linen restaurant as the neighborhood po-boy joint (and these days, your nearest gastropub as well). With an eye on what’s new – and a few classics in the mix – here’s where we’re eating.
Lakeview Harbor 911 Harrison Ave. Bring your Hungry Man–sized appetite with you to Lakeview Harbor, known for its terrific pub-style food, including juicy, mammoth hamburgers dressed how you like and enormous baked potatoes with all the fixings. It’s next to impossible to leave hungry. Dixie Chicken and Ribs 6264 Argonne Blvd. This neighborhood restaurant does […]