The menu at this Uptown seafood specialist reads like a greatest hits collection from the New Orleans culinary canon: from po'boys and red beans and rice on the casual end to barbecue shrimp and cornmeal-crusted Gulf fish on the fancier side. Brunch might be the best option here. This cavernous space mimics a Parisian bistro, but with a tad too much polish to feel authentic. But who cares about the inside, when the many windows offer views of streetcars rolling by on St.
Charles Avenue. The owners also run the nearby but not terribly exciting Superior Grill (3636 St. Charles Ave.).