About this Business
- Grill, Cajun, Creole, Southern
Get the burger, any of them!
Waited an hour for a very ordinary burger. VERY limited menu!
Their cook quit the morning that we went for dinner. Mix up in kitchen, waited long time for hamburgers, more than half hour, closer to 45 minutes. The burgers were VERY good, as were the fries. Waitress friendly, apologetic for our long wait.
Just ordered burgers and fries/sweet potato fries. The food was very tasty. The only thing that needs to be fixed was the physical structure. It looked like the roof and walls had water damage; and the ceiling tiles were awful/discolored and needed to be replaced. Fresh ceiling tiles and a coat of paint would make the interior more inviting and would give a better first impression.
possibly food a bit warmer, but overall very good and wonderful service!
The CAJUN fish was so salty that it make me sick and I could not eat the meal. It was horrible. When I asked the waitress to have the staff taste it, she explained there was nothing they could do as it comes prepackaged! It made me vomit and there was nothing that could be done? The other fish dinners by the 3 other party members were decent, but nothing to write home about. If I didn't have a Groupon and paid full price I would have been VERY upset. The staff should have been more interested in the complaint, but did not care they wrote it off as I was a fussy customer and made me feel like I was not telling the truth.
Great Saturday afternoon lunch/cocktail. Cindy the bartender was the best!
Go hungry! The portions are large!
Excellent service. Waitstaff was super friendly. Portions were huge. Will go back.
From Our Editors
96 Grill and Lounge takes pub food to the next level, injecting it with soulful flavors from across the South. Here, you can get poutine and blackened Cajun chicken to satiate your bayou cravings, or pair a basket of hush puppies with a country-fried steak. The grill puts a twist on its burgers by plying them with the same tricks Southern chefs have pulled for decades. You can get a basic burger if you prefer, or one topped with everything from bacon and pulled pork to jalapeno and grilled pineapple. The most famous alternative to the burger–the sandwich–also makes an appearance on the menu in the form of shrimp po' boys and pulled pork sandwiches, while fish fry Fridays let you indulge in haddock any way you like it–broiled, blackened, beer battered, or wedged between bread slices.
96 Grill & Lounge