Casamento's

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Details
4330 Magazine St (at Napoleon Ave.)
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 895-9761
Seafood, Cajun / Creole
$ $
Hours
Tue–Wed: 11:00 AM–2:00 PM Thu–Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • tip the shucker, he'll serve you while you wait in line
  • Guy Fieri uncovered this oyster bar where nothin's changed since 1919 and the deep fried oysters are still hand-shucked.
  • For decor, local renown, and general deliciousness, Casamentos is hard to beat. You cant go wrong with the chargrilled or raw oysters or the legendary oyster loaf. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Famous for chilled raw oysters, this restaurant now char-broils them too. A great place to try them out!
  • Full oyster loaf dressed and a couple a barq's
  • For decor, local renown, and general deliciousness, Casamento's is hard to beat. You cant go wrong with the chargrilled or raw oysters or the legendary oyster loaf. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Oysters fresh from Gulf Coast watersserved raw on the half shell or fried on Louisianas answer to Texas toastrule at this tile-lined seafood joint. More places to eat like a local: tandl.me/12ufz7c
  • Undecided? Get a cup of gumbo and share the seafood platter. Best fried fish/oysters/crab claws I've had.
  • All the seafood is gluten free! They have gluten free beer and you can get raw oysters at the bar while you wait in line.
  • Fresh oysters, oyster loaf and a cup of gumbo and you're set!
  • Noted as one of the 4 Great Brunch Spots in New Orleans by The Daily Meal.
  • Perfect spot for raw and charbroiled oysters. Also order the fried oyster or shrimp loaf dressed, and a cup of gumbo.
  • Fried Oyster Sandwich
  • Seven on the half shell. NOLA's best oysters for a reason.
  • When in season, the soft shell crab loaf is a must. Go for an early dinner to avoid the wait!
  • Chargrilled oysters are a must have!
  • Oysters are this 100-year-old uptown diner's raison d'tre. The signature dish is the oyster loaf -- thick grilled slabs of toast packed with a fistful of cornmeal fried oysters.
  • The chargrilled oysters are the best.
  • The Gulf of Mexico oystersserved raw on the half shell, poached in a milky stew, or fried and stuffed between slices of pan breadare Casamento's raison d'tre.
  • Super old school & tasty seafood. They fry in lard!