The Joint


801 Poland Ave
New Orleans, LA 70117

Phone: 504-949-3232

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Mon-Sat 11:30am-9pm

Cuisine:
American, Barbecue

Dining Options:
Catering, Family Friendly, Take Out


10BEST Says

Barbecue: The Joint is one of the premier spots to get your smoke on in New Orleans, opened since 2004 during the early rise of barbecue in the Crescent City. Located in the Bywater at the corner of Mazant and Royal, The Joint is owned by Jenny and Pete Breen and serves authentic "side of the road" BBQ and side. Featured in Guy Fieri's "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives" The Joint is all about the slow smoke, evident by the crusty outer layer and pull apart texture of the meats. This place is so smoke-centric that even the salad comes with a smoked tomato dressing.

Take Out: Looking for a hearty lunch in a fun atmosphere? The Joint attracts a dynamic mix of tourists and locals, who fill up on juicy ribs, scrumptious barbecue sandwiches and flavorful sides at this quirky kitchen. A jukebox playing in the background and unusual decor add character.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Barbecue: "Try their locally made Chaurice, a fresh Cajun sausage that gets smoked out back."

Best for Barbecue Because: This Bywater favorite dishes Southern style barbecue at its best.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Barbecue: The Joint is one of the premier spots to get your smoke on in New Orleans, opened since 2004 during the early rise of barbecue in the Crescent City. Located in the Bywater at the corner of Mazant and Royal, The Joint is owned by Jenny and Pete Breen and serves authentic "side of the road" BBQ and side. Featured in Guy Fieri's "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives" The Joint is all about the slow smoke, evident by the crusty outer layer and pull apart texture of the meats. This place is so smoke-centric that even the salad comes with a smoked tomato dressing.

Take Out: Looking for a hearty lunch in a fun atmosphere? The Joint attracts a dynamic mix of tourists and locals, who fill up on juicy ribs, scrumptious barbecue sandwiches and flavorful sides at this quirky kitchen. A jukebox playing in the background and unusual decor add character.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Beth D'Addono Says:

Barbecue: "Try their locally made Chaurice, a fresh Cajun sausage that gets smoked out back."

Best for Barbecue Because: This Bywater favorite dishes Southern style barbecue at its best.

Dinner Menu

Ribs
Sandwiches
Plates
Combo Plates
More Meat
Down-home Sides
Dessert

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