Featuring an enticing 18-foot seafood display, this restaurant invites diners to try contemporary and coastal dishes
About This Deal
- Type of food: seafood
- View the menu and prices
- Ambiance: 18-foot seafood display; housed in the former Rodd Brothers Molasses Refinery; living room-like setting
- Valid for lunch or dinner
Need To Know
Briquette gets its name from the way they prepare fresh fish— sizzled over scorching briquettes that have been infused with flavored oil. This restaurant features an open kitchen, as well as a casual and contemporary atmosphere, and with an 18-foot seafood display giving center stage to fresh Louisiana redfish, fresh sea bass, and steelhead salmon, it's easy to work up an appetite. And for those looking to wet their whistles, a selection from the extensive wine list or lovingly-crafted cocktail should do the trick.