Deanie’s Sea Food Kitchen third installment of local seafood brand
NEW ORLEANS—(July 18, 2018)—A contemporary take on a New Orleans seafood tradition, Deanie’s Sea Food Kitchen has opened at 2200 Magazine St. in the Irish Channel in Uptown New Orleans. The restaurant, the third location of the family-owned and -operated Deanie’s Seafood Restaurants, serves lunch and dinner daily.
Deanie’s Sea Food Kitchen offers the same flavors as the legendary restaurant known for its seafood offerings, from seasonal boiled seafood to standards like fried seafood, crawfish etouffee, barbeque shrimp, crabmeat au gratin and po boys.
Where Ya't Readers vote Deanies #1 Seafood Restaurant among other awards
Deanie’s Seafood Restaurants were recognized with three top honors in New Orleans Where Y’at Magazine’s “Best of the Big Easy 2018” Awards. Among the honors, Deanie’s ranked No.1 as Best Seafood Restaurant in New Orleans for the second-consecutive year; the fifth time it has been selected by Where Y’at readers among the top three seafood restaurants in New Orleans. Deanie’s also was chosen as the No. 2 Best Restaurant for Boiled Seafood in the annual readers' survey.
Deanie’s earns three No. 1 best seafood rankings
Deanie’s Seafood Restaurants have earned THREE No. 1 best seafood rankings in this year’s Tops of the Town 2017 readers’ survey awards from New Orleans Magazine. Deanie’s was crowned the Top Place for Seafood, Top Place for Raw Oysters and Top Place for Boiled Crawfish in New Orleans in this year’s survey.
In a city that is ranked in the top 100 for “Best Food Destinations of 2017,” locally owned Deanie’s Seafood strives to provide an unforgettable dining experience for our patrons.
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Enjoying Louisiana Seafood at its peak
No matter what time of year, Louisiana Seafood is always in season! From the health benefits of seafood, to the easy accessibility of seafood recipes, to its versality in dishes, you can always find a reason to eat more seafood. Eating local means you’ll enjoy seafood at the peak of freshness. So why is it better to eat what’s in season?
Committed to serving best seafood in New Orleans
Hard work, dedication, and years of fine tuning recipes are rewarded with customer loyalty! This past April, the Chifici family celebrated their 35th anniversary as owners/operators of Deanie's Seafood Restaurant in Bucktown, with Deanie’s Seafood in the French Quarter now in its 16th year of operations. Over the past few decades, we have strived to deliver a truly authentic dining experience for our patrons. Once again, NOLA has selected Deanie's as New Orleans’ Best Seafood Restaurants! Deanie’s Seafood is proud to share our cultivated and treasured family recipes with our customers, who keep coming back year after year.
Seafood Delivery gets Dinner on the Table
We get it, the typical week is busy and overscheduled. Finding time to sit down to a meal -- let alone cook a meal -- can be challenging. But seafood is actually super easy and quick to prepare, and getting a seafood delivery sent to your door instead of making the rounds at the grocery store or seafood marke can be a lifesaver. If you love serving Louisiana seafood at home for your family or friends, you can order seafood online from Deanie’s, as well as many prepared food items. And just like that… boom! Dinner is on the table.
Deanie's Ranks in Where Y'at's Best Seafood Restaurant, Best Restaurant for Boiled Seafood categories
NEW ORLEANS--Deanie’s Seafood has been recognized among the best New Orleans restaurants in a local readers survey by Where Y’at Magazine. Respondents participating in Where Y'at’s “Best of the Big Easy” ranked Deanie’s No. 2 Best Seafood Restaurant in New Orleans and No. 1 Best Restaurant for Boiled Seafood.
Menu features updated classics, more sampling options
A powerhouse in fresh-from-the-Gulf seafood offerings with two restaurants in New Orleans and a brick-and-mortar and online seafood market, Deanie’s Seafood Restaurants have expanded their restaurant menus to provide a wider variety of options to sample fresh wild Louisiana seafood.
Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant and Market in Bucktown, 1713 Lake Ave., Metairie, also has expanded its hours and now is open seven days per week. (The restaurant had been closed Mondays since Hurricane Katrina.) The Bucktown restaurant also has added a weekday happy hour (Monday through Thursday) from 4-7 p.m., offering half-price appetizers, house wines, draft beers and mixed drinks. Happy Hour will be extended to Friday after the end of Lent.