Café Sbisa

Café Sbisa, 1011 Decatur St., New Orleans

About Café Sbisa
Café Sbisa
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Average Price: $30 and under
Cuisine: Cajun
Dress Code: Casual Dress
Café Sbisa, established in 1899 and the third oldest fine-dining establishment in the French Quarter, is proud to re-open under the direction of a new team to once again offer the highest quality French-Creole cuisine in a welcoming, historical setting that both locals and tourists will appreciate. Spearheading the new Café Sbisa are Mr. Craig Napoli, who successfully ran the notable restaurant from 1992 - 2005 when Hurricane Katrina devastated the city, and Chef Alfred Singleton, who met Craig when he started working for him at the former Café Sbisa as a prep cook.

Now, the unique venue will once again open its doors to serve classic local fare like Turtle Soup, Louisiana Blue Crab Cakes and BBQ Shrimp using the freshest, locally-sourced seafood and produce. While many restaurants tout “fresh and local”, Sbisa means it, as the Napoli family owns their own seafood dock and distribution business in Hopedale, Louisiana.

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Cafe Sbisa is #81 of 1927 things to do in New Orleans

4 of 5 stars4 out of 5
By: screenstarr, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
Tue 31 Jan, 2023
l We came here for Sunday brunch with another couple. First thing I noticed was the nice decor, with a great mural on the wall above the bar. Our server, Savannah, was absolutely top-notch. She managed...

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: NativeCalGal, Santa Cruz, California
Sat 7 Jan, 2023
l I have been obsessed with going to Cafe Sbisa (open since 1899) and we were happy to get a Friday night reservation. We weren't sure what to expect from an old-school place right on Decatur, but it...

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4 of 5 stars4 out of 5
By: Nhglo0313, Brooklyn, New York
Fri 9 Dec, 2022
l I was in town for a conference and found this restaurant on a Friday night with no reservation. The guy at the front made an effort to find me a table; I am so sorry I can't remember his name. I got...

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Café Sbisa 1011 Decatur St., New Orleans