The Port of Call was established in 1963 as a steakhouse located on beautiful, historic Esplanade Avenue in the French Quarter. The Port started as a ... More
Port of Call
The Port of Call was established in 1963 as a steakhouse located on beautiful, historic Esplanade Avenue in the French Quarter. The Port started as a quiet, small neighborhood restaurant open only at night, and has grown into an extremely popular destination for locals and tourists alike. Today the Port of Call is world famous for the burgers and steaks. The awards are many including Zagat Survey's Best Burger, Citysearch Best Burger in New Orleans and Gambit Weekly, Best Burger. Port of Call gives many thanks to the loyal customers who return again and again and again.
BACK IN 1999 MY FAMILY AND I WERE IN NEW ORLEANS AND WANTED TO GO SOMEWHERE THAT MANY TOURIST DIDN'T GO TO SO WE ASKED THE CAB DRIVER. HE TOOK US HERE AND I COULDN'T BELIEVE HOW GOOD IT WAS. WE WENT BACK TO NEW ORLEANS A COUPLE OF YEARS LATER AND IT WAS THE FIRST PLACE WE WENT TO EAT. IT IS VERY DELICIOUS AND WELL WORTH EVERY CENT YOU SPEND!!!
one of the bst places we ate in nola! huge burgers great service.......good burger but I think Yo mamma have them beat!
Definitely a must visit. Don't let the dingy interior scare you away.....this place is great!
I had to leave New Orleans because of the hurricane,but I will miss these mighty burgers more than anything! Don't eat before you go there. The portion is huge and covered with shredded cheddar and melts in your mouth (if you can even get your mouth around it!) The baked potato is cooked to perfection and is great smothered in even more cheese (I am a definite cheesehead!) The PORT also has one of the best jukebox/cd collections in the city! Last, but not least....forget all those drinks on bourbon street, amble down to the PORT OF CALL and get a Monsoon and it will last you half the night (packed full of rum and fruit!) mmmmnnn and when it runs out...it means you are sober enough to take a walk back for another! ENJOY!!!!!
I would not recommend anyone I know to eat at this dirty restaurant. It was most difficult to get over the dirty shoe/rotten milk odor fusion of the place. There are holes/large cracks in the doors making the place very accessible to rodents at night time. The fans and return air registers had an inch of dust and debris on them. Finally me and my co-worker decided to walk out of this place. This place makes me think dirty Bangkok brothel.
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