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Joey K's

3001 Magazine St New Orleans, LA 70115
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Reviews (6)

  • Posted by Anonymous July 2011

    Funky little place. Our server was nice enough, not overly-friendly. The bread was stale, but everything else we ate was AWESOME! My husband got Red Beans & Rice anc the Shrimp Magazine and was thoroughly impressed with both! I got the Beef Brisket and ate every bite -it was very tender and have great flavor! We will absolutely go again next time we're in New Orleans!

  • Posted by Anonymous June 2011

    what kind of restaurant doesn't serve crackers with gumbo?  i mean really, and food was ok not great

  • Posted by Anonymous January 2011

    It was just ok

  • Posted by Mindy July 2010

    Our party of 8 was not that impressed. The food was good... but not great.  Not great enough for teh long wait and the prices we paid. One dish that we really had our eye on , they were sold out of at noon. The atmosphere is cute- loved reading all the signs. Waitstaff was nice and friendly. We sat right by the bathroom( tiny place) and it was a constant stream of people going in and out to utilize the one bathroom. We are locals.... 

  • Posted by Pat January 2010

    We had lunch at Joe K's today and wanted to add our comments here.  We had the corn and crab bisque for an appetizer.  It was made with a brown roux that was very good.  It could have used more crab and a bit less salt, but overall very good.  The salad was fresh, but made with iceberg lettuce, which is not the healthiest or tastiest lettuce to use. My husband had grilled tuna, medium rare.  It was cooked just right and very tasty.  The red potatoes and broccoli and cauliflower were cooked just right. I had the shrimp magazine which had shrimp, aritichokes, ham, green onions in a garlic and olive oil sauce served over spaghetti.  It was very good, but could have used a little less salt and olive oil, as the ingredients are very rich and ham is salty without adding any. We would definitely recommend eating at this establishment, however the wait during prime mealtime will run 15-20 minutes on average, so you should plan to go earlier or later than the regular mealtime.

  • Posted by Madison, MS January 2010

    Excellent food...everything Guy promised it would be.  Best Eggs Benedict I've EVER had.  Only sour note...the waitress informed us that they had just taken a piping hot fresh bread pudding out of the oven then came back minutes later and told us that unfortunately there was no sauce to go with the pudding - talk about all worked up!! Fire the sous chef - really!

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