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Coop's Place Restaurant Review: Coop’s Place is located on upper Decatur Street in the French Quarter, a high-traffic, bustling block where you can let loose with your friends, enjoy big overstuffed po’ boys, and scarf down a plate of some of the best jambalaya (made with rabbit) in town. Gumbo is rich and hearty, and if for some reason you don’t agree, you’re welcome to order it with extra seafood for an additional three bucks. Groups might consider starting with the “Bayou appetizer,” a generously portioned platter of fried shrimp, crawfish, oysters and crab claws. And save room for Cajun fried chicken. If your taste leans toward spicy pastas, try the crawfish and tasso pasta with hot, hot, hot Alfredo sauce. Dessert is not usually available, but once in a while the kitchen will turn out a notable cheesecake or pecan pie. Wine is offered, too, but nothing fancy. Because Coop’s offers video poker, only patrons over 21 years of age may enter.