965 Talbot Street, Saint Thomas

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New Orleans–style chicken accompanied by hearty buttermilk biscuits and sides of Cajun fries, mashed potatoes, and red beans and rice

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45 ratings18 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
3 days ago
Food was hot and fresh! Good experience
2 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
3 days ago
We had great quick service. The food was great!
5 ratings2 reviews
Rating of 1 out of 5 stars
7 days ago
The service was extremely slow. Thankfully we didn’t have anywhere to be, but others were waiting 15-20 mins for their order. The bathrooms were filthy. They seem to be missing staff.
17 ratings15 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
August 1, 2022
Very friendly, polite, fast service
3 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 3 out of 5 stars
July 31, 2022
Normally the food is fresh and hot however today they had a ton of food ready and it was unfortunately cold. The food was keep in a warning bag for the 3 mins ride home and it needed to be reheated.
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About Popeyes

When Popeyes first opened in a New Orleans suburb in 1972, it wasn't exactly an instant hit. Known back then as Chicken on the Run, it experienced several months of lackluster sales.

Not ready to give up, founder Alvin Copeland Sr. changed his recipe from Southern fried chicken to spicy New Orleans–style chicken. He then gave his eatery a new moniker inspired by "Popeye" Doyle, the hardboiled detective in the hit film The French Connection.

A little more than a decade later, the popular chain opened its 500th restaurant, expanded to Canada, and added its fluffy buttermilk biscuits to the menu. It also introduced the country to crawfish, which—much like draping beads over the local alligator population—had long been popular in Louisiana.

Nowadays, patrons dig into the Louisiana favorites that made Popeyes famous, including po' boys and sides of red beans and rice. Of course, many flock there for the spicy or mild chicken that marinates for 12 hours before being battered, breaded, and fried.