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New Orleans Hamburger & Seafood Co. Restaurant Review: Before the proliferation of burger joints in New Orleans, this place was already well established with the locals. Huge floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the hustle and bustle of St. Charles Avenue and the historic St. Charles Streetcar lumbering by. The menu also offers a variety of po’ boys, entrée-size salads and comfort foods such as red (or white) beans and rice. Signature dishes include a surprisingly well-executed gumbo and the house herbed fries, which add to the attraction, as does the “Shrimpzilla,” a po’ boy of fried shrimp, roast beef “debris” (drippings), Swiss cheese, gravy and Creole mustard. Do you dare? Sure you do, and once you’ve gone that far you may as well seal the deal with house-made cookies or bread pudding. Some basic house wines are offered (Woodbridge), some brews, and there's a full bar. Other locations.