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New Orleans Creole, The

206-622-2563  •  $$
ADDRESS: 114 First Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104

CUISINE: Creole, Cajun, Oysters, Ribs, Catfish

FEATURES: Entertainment, Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS

An establishment quite unlike any other in Seattle, The New Orleans Creole Restaurant is housed in the historic Lombardy building in Pioneer Square. Nightly live music — excellent blues, jazz, zydeco and Dixieland — accompanies your dinner and keeps the spirit and heritage of New Orleans alive in the Pacific Northwest. Most anything goes in the lounge area (with a separate music schedule and a cover charge), but the dining room is family-friendly and great for sampling Creole and Cajun favorites.

Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Fri (also Saturdays from Memorial Day until September), dinner Mon–Sat (and sometimes Sundays). "The back room serves cocktails and Creole cuisine classics like red beans and rice, but most patrons come for the vibrant jazz music that commands the venue at night. (It’s a steady gig for many longtime Seattle players.) Be sure to bring a few extra dollars on your visit. As a sign reminds: 'It’s an old New Orleans tradition to tip the musicians.' "
Seattle Weekly

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An establishment quite unlike any other in Seattle, The New Orleans Creole Restaurant is housed in the historic Lombardy building in Pioneer Square. Nightly live music — excellent blues, jazz, zydeco and Dixieland — accompanies your dinner and keeps the spirit and heritage of New Orleans alive in the Pacific Northwest. Most anything goes in the lounge area (with a separate music schedule and a cover charge), but the dining room is family-friendly and great for sampling Creole and Cajun favorites.

 
"The back room serves cocktails and Creole cuisine classics like red beans and rice, but most patrons come for the vibrant jazz music that commands the venue at night. (It’s a steady gig for many longtime Seattle players.) Be sure to bring a few extra dollars on your visit. As a sign reminds: 'It’s an old New Orleans tradition to tip the musicians.' "
Seattle Weekly
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Fri (also Saturdays from Memorial Day until September), dinner Mon–Sat (and sometimes Sundays).

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