Dooky Chase Restaurant

Row 1

2301 Orleans Ave (at N Miro St)
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 821-0600
Southern / Soul, Bar
$ $
Tue–Thu: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Fri: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Andrew Zimmern made a stop at this legendary eatery, where he sampled Creole cooking tips from the Queen of Creole cooking, Leah Chase.
  • The fried chicken rivals that at nearby Willie Maes, and the fried catfish will be some of the best youve ever had. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Great buffet, the inside is much nicer than it would seem from the outside, fried chicken is excellent!!!
  • Pork chops, greens,peach cobbler!
  • The buffet lets you sample a bit of everything - the fried chicken and shrimp creole are go back for seconds good.
  • They are now open for dinner!
  • Make sure to go ALL IN while in NO
  • Peach cobbler is the best I've ever had!
  • Gumbo is a dish best served with a side of slow jazz on a summer night. That's the specialty at New Orleans' Dooky Chase, where John Besh has been known to lick his bowl clean!
  • Make a reservation it is packed lol
  • A lunch worthy buffet, Chef Leah Chase offers a midday creole feast.
  • Try the Whole Fried Catfish - Honestly the fried chicken was better but the catfish is more photogenic
  • featured on bizarre foods. known for, chicken creole, fried chicken & peach cobbler
  • The art collection in the dining room is excellent!
  • Best fried chicken ive ever had!
  • Fried chicken is great, but make sure you start with a cup of gumbo...
  • The fried chicken is great and the staff is so friendly!
  • Best fried chicken ever! Go early for the lunch buffet to skip the wait and get the warmest, juiciest pieces of chicken.
  • Shrimp creole
  • Get the lunch buffet. Honestly the fired chicken was just ok. The eggplant casserole was amazing! Red beans and rice then best I've had. Yams A++. Potato salad pretty good if you like mustard.