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Louisiana

410-327-2610  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 1708 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21231
CUISINE: Creole, Southern, Contemporary, Fine Dining
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
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The interior of Lousiana, the popular upscale Fells Point restaurant, houses several historical Baltimore artifacts. The bar's marble walls come from the long-gone Saks Fifth Avenue store. The staircase railings were once a part of the Inner Harbor Power Plant, and the painting of a wood nymph that hangs in the bar once graced a wall at Haussner's. But if the décor serves as a kind of miniature local museum, the cuisine transports diners down South, with its gourmet twists on French Creole cooking. Blackened shrimp with grits is a specialty of the house. Crab bisque is a popular starter, as is the lobster and avocado salad. Entrées can include fois gras-stuffed veal tenderloin, grilled quail, blackened sea scallops and - of course - shrimp and seafood gumbo. Bananas Foster offers another taste of New Orleans for dessert.

 

 

"This is some good eating, with top-notch, low-key service to match."
Gayot
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving dinner Tue-Sun. Closed Mon.

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Rating: 4.7
DESCRIPTION

The interior of Lousiana, the popular upscale Fells Point restaurant, houses several historical Baltimore artifacts. The bar's marble walls come from the long-gone Saks Fifth Avenue store. The staircase railings were once a part of the Inner Harbor Power Plant, and the painting of a wood nymph that hangs in the bar once graced a wall at Haussner's. But if the décor serves as a kind of miniature local museum, the cuisine transports diners down South, with its gourmet twists on French Creole cooking. Blackened shrimp with grits is a specialty of the house. Crab bisque is a popular starter, as is the lobster and avocado salad. Entrées can include fois gras-stuffed veal tenderloin, grilled quail, blackened sea scallops and - of course - shrimp and seafood gumbo. Bananas Foster offers another taste of New Orleans for dessert.

 


 


 
"This is some good eating, with top-notch, low-key service to match."
Gayot
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving dinner Tue-Sun. Closed Mon.



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