Since 1969, restaurant, hotel, travel & other witty reviews by a handpicked, worldwide team of discerning professionals—and your views, too.

Acme Oyster House

3000 Veterans Memorial Blvd. (Ridgelake Dr.) Send to Phone
504-309-4056 | Menu
Suburban version of the original Acme Oyster House with the feel of the French Quarter.
Your Opinion
Add your own review

Local Deals: 120 * 90

Lunch & Dinner daily

* Click here for rating key

Acme Oyster House Restaurant Review

: Located near a busy shopping district, Acme Oyster House offers an oasis after a full day of fighting the crowds. Gumbo or red beans are served in a bread bowl, known here as the “Poopa,” a house specialty. Acme also serves one of the most generously portioned fried seafood platters in the city. For a hearty appetite, try the Peace Maker, a combination of fried oysters and fried shrimp on French bread; it was originally known as La Mediatrice, because nineteenth-century New Orleans husbands took it home to smooth things over with their wives after a night on the town. Finish your meal with Max’s Bananas Foster Cheesecake or a good old-fashioned root beer float. Locally produced suds, such as Abita, make the best quaffs with this food. Also located at 724 Iberville St., New Orleans, 504-522-5973; and 1202 N. Hwy. 190, Covington, 985-246-6155.

User Ratings & Reviews for Acme Oyster House


Check out the 2015 edition of GAYOT's Annual Restaurant Issue, which features the Top 40 Restaurants in the US and more.