La Boca Steaks

Argentinian, South American, Steakhouse
$ $
870 Tchoupitoulas St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 525-8205
Monday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Tuesday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Wednesday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Thursday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Friday
6:00pm - 12:00am
Saturday
6:00pm - 12:00am

Menu

Tips

  • Sit at the bar and enjoy Sybil. She is the best thing in la Boca!!
  • This Argentine steakhouse serves unconventional cuts of beef and was featured in this weeks Gambit's Five in 5!
  • A great spot for chimichurri, this argentine steakhouse serves the nation's native sauce.
  • New Orleans is a town with a surprisingly high number of great steakhouses (Brennans, Besh, etc) but La Boca stands out. Excellent beef in a comfortable, rustic setting. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Im sure Sybil is a very nice person. We were served by Julia, who was honestly the friendliest, most professional bar tender weve ever experienced. Great service, great food, great experience.
  • Signature watermelon cocktail is addictive, hanger & skirt steak r 2 of the best steaks anywhere, French fries, brussel sprouts, & asparagus
  • Treats on the menu are specialties like "skin on" entrana fina con la piel - a thin, crackly layer of skin gives way to hunks of rich, cut-it-with-a-spoon outside skirt.
  • great host, he reminds me of my dad
  • Best French fries in the city
  • Bife La Boca.
  • There is no such thing as 'American Kobe.'
  • Steak coffee
  • Good steak though the fries were cold and mushy
  • American beef but proper Argentine cuts che! The entraa con piel, entrea fina and vacio were particularly special and scrumptious. The provoleta was a equally tasty start. Only lacking chimichurri!
  • Argentinian fondue. Herb baked provolone. And perfectly cooked steaks
  • The bone-in fillet and flank steak were both incredible! We shared brussels sprouts (they're lightly fried) that were also delicious! Not cheap but will be coming back!!
  • The service sucks, the food is decent. I recommend choosing another steakhouse in the area. Had higher expectations for a place like this.
  • La Boca was phenomenal. Service was some of the best. My girlfriend and I split the Guacho Plate and substituted the chorizo with the Pork Blood Sausage with server recommendation and it was great.
  • Family dinner
  • Worst steak ever! Horrible service. First bad food in New Orleans. Thank god for the fries or we would have starved. Go to Dickies instead.

Nearby places

228 Poydras St (at Poydras St)
1100 Constance St (John Churchill Chase St)
852 S Peters St (Julia Street)