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Creole: Opened as a grocery store in 1898, Mandina's morphed into a full-service restaurant in 1932, and is still family operated. The prices are low, and the environment casual and unpretentious. The menu consists of the same New Orleans specialties – such as oyster and artichoke bisque, red beans and rice, fried seafood and po'boys --that have been served there for more than 80 years. The trout amandine and the turtle soup are favorites. This quaint dining room serves scrumptious Italian and Creole fare, such as veal Parmesan, turtle soup and shrimp etouffee. The atmosphere is laid-back and the decor on the rustic side in a good way.

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Local Expert Beth D'Addono Says:

Creole: "Lunch is a lively affair if you can't get in for dinner."

Best for Creole Because: Ample portions, downhome service and excellent Creole fare make Mandina's a winnder.

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Side Items
House Specials
Italian Specials
Special Orders
1/2 Loaf
Whole Loaf

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