Tee-Eva's New Orleans Praline Shop: Buy Pralines and Order Pies Online. Aunt Eva, better known as Tee-Eva to New Orleans residents, has made a name for herself over the decades with her wonderful Creole cooking.
located ;at 4500 Freret St, specializes in southern, soul food favorites like catfish, BBQ gold shrimp, shrimp Po boy, one eyed burger, mac & cheese, cornbread, pimento cheese grits, and slow-roasted pork. The restaurant is also dog-friendly!
Started in 1943, the restaurant originally called Barrow’s Shady Inn, and made a name for itself with its fried catfish (fried catfish was the only entree and potato salad was the only side at the original location). Its new name celebrates that: Ba
7834 Earhart Blvd, New Orleans, Louisiana 70125, United States
48.93 mi from Houma
Dunbar’s Creole Cuisine (7834 Earhart Blvd., New Orleans), the pre-Katrina stalwart and destination on Freret Street before it was known as restaurant row, will cut the ribbon at its new home on Earhart Boulevard today, reports Ian McNulty. Afterward