Eat Oyster Bar
Now that the Saints have finally won the Super Bowl, EaT has ended its 40-year hiatus and opened its door to the simmering aroma of fresh oysters on the boil. The oyster joint's cozy and inviting home-style atmosphere offers more than 40 bourbons for the sipping, and a plethora of sea fare is meta-delicious for both active and retired seafarers. The bar serves up oysters baked Rockefeller-style with fresh spinach, parmesan, and watercress ($7 for three) as well as Kentucky oyster shooters accentuated by chili-infused bourbon and lemon ($2.50). The sandwich-minded will have trouble wrapping their bready hemispheres around EaT's signature po' boy with oysters, shrimp, or catfish on a cabbage, pickle, and tomato-lined French roll ($10). Those looking for a rich, hearty bite can try the seafood gumbo ($12), breaded frog legs ($12), or spicy jambalaya with Andouille sausage and chicken ($10).