New Orleans Creole Restaurant
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New Orleans Creole Restaurant information
Enjoy some live Dixieland jazz with your homemade gumbo or jambalaya in one of the coolest spaces in Pioneer Square. This bourbon-heavy institution serves unpretentious food in an attractive space (warm lighting and exposed-brick walls decorated with portraits of jazz greats) that’s kid-friendly until 10pm. There’s live music most nights, including blues and zydeco.