You’re a movie star. You live with a movie star. And you have six kids. Where do you go for dinner in New Orleans?

Food & Wine
October 17, 2011

Best Bets from Brett Anderson (New Orleans Times Picayune):

Kids tend to like the little-monster aspect of boiled seafood, provided their parents aren’t the types who forbid them from playing with their food. We’re at the end of crawfish season, but you still get them some places, and most seafood joints will have boiled shrimp and crabs. I like Seither’s, The Galley and Charlie’s Seafood and Barbecue, all of which are family-friendly.

Plus:

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