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This family-owned establishment has been serving authentic Italian fare for more than 60 years in Westwego, LA. May it be the classic Spaghetti and Meatballs or the signature Shrimps or Oysters, every dish at this restaurant is a fine blend of fresh ingredients and expert cooking. The elaborate wine list includes some exclusive varieties of wines that perfectly match with the food served at this place. Moreover, the retro setting and a helpful staff makes Mosca’s a great choice to enjoy a flavorful Italian meal with your family and friends. Make sure to reserve your tables before your visit to this popular diner.
Station 6 is a venture by husband-wife duo Drew Knoll and Alison Vega who wanted to bring the kind of regional food they love, made in the way they like, to their guests. The chefs have adopted a modern approach to regional cooking and the result is a menu that comprises Southern-inspired seafood plates and a lot of oysters. The interiors are casual with room for about 50. There's a covered patio with sofa seating that adds to the laid-back vibe of the place. The bar serves a couple of drafts and full-bodied wines that pair well with the flavorful seafood menu.
This renovated Victorian cottage contains Brigtsen's Restaurant. It is owned and operated by Marna Brigsten, who has created a Victorian era atmosphere and modernized to meet the dining needs of today's patrons. Every meal is prepared with the freshest of ingredients and exotic flavors to please the most discerning gourmand. Make reservations well in advance, as this place is popular.
While the clubs in the French Quarter usually get most of the attention, they are not the only ones that hold good times with even better music. This hot spot in the Carrollton District does require a cab ride, but is well worth the fare. A funky but fun atmosphere characterizes this club that is popular mainly for dancing. Club goers pick their spots then move and groove to the sounds of blues, zydeco and R&B.