Coop's Place

Cajun / Creole
$ $
1109 Decatur St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 525-9053
Monday
11:00am - 3:00am
Tuesday
11:00am - 3:00am
Wednesday
11:00am - 3:00am
Thursday
11:00am - 3:00am
Friday
11:00am - 4:00am
Saturday
11:00am - 4:00am
Sunday
11:00am - 3:00am

Menu

Tips

  • The country fried chicken is ungodly amazing! So tender and juicy!
  • If it's your first time here, order the Taste Plate - you get a little of everything.
  • Jumbalya supreme. 'Nuff said.
  • Best damned jambalaya you'll ever have.
  • If you want to try the best of the best, order the duck quesadilla and Coops Taste Plate. Theyre big enough that you can probably even share those with someone if youre really pinching pennies.
  • Rabbit Jambalaya is as good as what I make at home. Tiny little bits of dark scrapings from saute of holy trinity - onions, peppers & garlic.
  • Coop's Taste Plate is a little sample of everything!
  • Waitresses are rude. Don't split checks. And the food is nothing to call home about. Everyone recommended going here but honestly it's overrated..
  • Trust your server. It is one of the best places in one of the greatest food cities. And it is worth the wait.
  • Rabbit n Saussage Jimbalaya is best in NOLA!
  • two words: duck quesodilla
  • rabbit jambalaya and fried chicken. heaven on a plate :)
  • We're from the south. We don't hake hands, we hug and kiss. An eat w people we don't know. Enjoy it.
  • FRIED CHICKEN. WoW!!!!
  • Hey vegans and or hardcore kids....very good veggie burger here, good beer prices and really good vibe.
  • A beat-up joint described by Zagat as "where the not-so-elite meet to eat". Perfect description. If it's your first meal in NOLA, try their Cajun chicken and jambalaya supreme.
  • Really healthy pours on liquor!
  • Well the service has gotten so bad I just can't go anymore. I have been here over 30 times but its so bad and we have so many choices in the city to continue to go to a place and be treated awful.
  • Their duck quesadillas may be the best thing I have ever tasted in my life
  • Go early to avoid the queues of tourists. This place is New Orleans squeezed into one building.

Nearby places

800 Decatur St (at The French Market)
1008 N Peters St (btwn Ursulines Ave. & Barracks St.)
941 Bourbon St (at St Philip St)