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Alligator has been playing a starring role in New Orleans cuisine for decades, and that tradition continues at Pappadeaux. This cold-blooded Louisiana native can weigh up to 790 lbs and 14 feet long. The largest alligator on record measured an impressive 19.2 feet! Our gators are farm-raised, which makes the meat extra tender. Alligator meat is extremely versatile, gracing tables in the form of sausage, dropped into a gumbo or jambalaya, or fried. Fried is just how you'll find it at Pappadeaux, served with Creole dipping sauce.


Alligator Alligator has been playing a starring role in New Orleans cuisine for decades, and that tradition continues at Pappadeaux. This cold-blooded Louisiana native can weigh up to 790 lbs and 14 feet long. The largest alligator on record measured an impressive 19.2 feet! Our gators are farm-raised, which makes the meat extra tender. Alligator meat is extremely versatile, gracing tables in the form of sausage, dropped into a gumbo or jambalaya, or fried. Fried is just how you'll find it at Pappadeaux, served with Creole dipping sauce. View More Seasonal Options


Our banquet rooms and patios are perfect for holiday gatherings, social events, rehearsal dinners and company functions. Our experienced Event Coordinator can help personalize any occasion. This location has 1 Private Room. View our Banquet Brochure & Menus Learn More about Private Dining The French Quarter 1 of 1 Capacity: 75 Room fee may apply. The French Quarter features hard wood floors, wood blinds and beautiful jazz themed paintings. Large windows make the room bright and welcoming. This room is ideal for rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions, business meetings, company parties or any other special occasion. The room may be arranged in many different ways to accommodate your needs. Contact our Event Coordinator Menus Pappadeaux offers several menus for cocktail and traditional banquet events. Our menu plans include preset menus with per-guest prices. For those Guests who prefer non-seafood items, we will gladly substitute grilled half chicken or vegetarian options. Buffet options may be available per location. Prices and menu options are subject to change without notice. Download our Banquet Menu Table Arrangements Tables in our private dining rooms may be arranged in a variety of ways to accommodate your event. Our Event Manager can help you decide on the most attractive and effective arrangement for the nature and size of your occasion. Decorations Decorations including floral arrangements, greenery, candles and balloons may be arranged for an additional fee. Extra Services Equipment such as projection screens, televisions and media players may be reserved for a minimal charge. Some locations include separate audio systems per private room. Guarantee Menu confirmation and final Guest headcount are due 2-3 business days prior to the scheduled event. Otherwise the guaranteed minimum listed on your contract will be considered the final count. Deposits A deposit of $50.00 is due on the date of confirmation to reserve the room(s). Payment We accept cash payments, Visa, Master Card, American Express, Discover and Diners Club. No separate checks, please. For your convenience, corporate accounts may also be arranged.


Menus Pappadeaux offers several menus for cocktail and traditional banquet events. Our menu plans include preset menus with per-guest prices. For those Guests who prefer non-seafood items, we will gladly substitute grilled half chicken or vegetarian options. Buffet options may be available per location. Prices and menu options are subject to change without notice. Download our Banquet Menu Table Arrangements Tables in our private dining rooms may be arranged in a variety of ways to accommodate your event. Our Event Manager can help you decide on the most attractive and effective arrangement for the nature and size of your occasion. Decorations Decorations including floral arrangements, greenery, candles and balloons may be arranged for an additional fee. Extra Services Equipment such as projection screens, televisions and media players may be reserved for a minimal charge. Some locations include separate audio systems per private room. Guarantee Menu confirmation and final Guest headcount are due 2-3 business days prior to the scheduled event. Otherwise the guaranteed minimum listed on your contract will be considered the final count. Deposits A deposit of $50.00 is due on the date of confirmation to reserve the room(s). Payment We accept cash payments, Visa, Master Card, American Express, Discover and Diners Club. No separate checks, please. For your convenience, corporate accounts may also be arranged.


Menus Pappadeaux offers several menus for cocktail and traditional banquet events. Our menu plans include preset menus with per-guest prices. For those Guests who prefer non-seafood items, we will gladly substitute grilled half chicken or vegetarian options. Buffet options may be available per location. Prices and menu options are subject to change without notice. Download our Banquet Menu Table Arrangements Tables in our private dining rooms may be arranged in a variety of ways to accommodate your event. Our Event Manager can help you decide on the most attractive and effective arrangement for the nature and size of your occasion. Decorations Decorations including floral arrangements, greenery, candles and balloons may be arranged for an additional fee.


Known as the king of the crustaceans, lobster is an important New England seafood delicacy, and harvesting it is controlled by strict, detailed regulation. Only lobster larger than a legal minimum can be taken, and no lobster at all can be caught between June and October. Only conventional lobster traps from boats can be used, and even commercial fishermen are limited to a maximum number of traps. Fishermen are forbidden from taking any lobster whose shell is longer than five inches, and female lobsters must be V-marked and returned to the sea. There are strict penalties for any deviation from these rules, which are an essential part of maintaining a sustainable lobster population. This prized culinary delicacy is used in bisques, soups, boils, salads and many other applications. It is probably at its most delicious simply boiled or steamed and eaten dipped in clarified butter. This brings out the sweet flavor that is the hallmark of this magnificent seafood.


Maine Lobster Known as the king of the crustaceans, lobster is an important New England seafood delicacy, and harvesting it is controlled by strict, detailed regulation. Only lobster larger than a legal minimum can be taken, and no lobster at all can be caught between June and October. Only conventional lobster traps from boats can be used, and even commercial fishermen are limited to a maximum number of traps. Fishermen are forbidden from taking any lobster whose shell is longer than five inches, and female lobsters must be V-marked and returned to the sea. There are strict penalties for any deviation from these rules, which are an essential part of maintaining a sustainable lobster population. This prized culinary delicacy is used in bisques, soups, boils, salads and many other applications. It is probably at its most delicious simply boiled or steamed and eaten dipped in clarified butter. This brings out the sweet flavor that is the hallmark of this magnificent seafood. View More Seasonal Options


This crustacean delicacy can be found in the Barents Sea, the Bering Sea, and in the pristine waters off the Alaska coast. One of the most sought-after crab species, individuals can grow to be quite large, making them popular and easy to eat. Order up a Pappadeaux favorite, Alaskan King Crab Legs with a side of pasta, and you’ll see exactly what we mean.


The delicate Gulf Flounder is a flatfish that lives inshore, primarily on sandy-bottomed bays or creeks. After it hatches, one of its eyes migrates over so both eyes are on the left side of the fish. This allows it to lie flat and wait for food to come within reach, when it pounces on its prey. Flounder can be caught with a line, but more commonly in commercial fishing, it is netted. It can be baked, sautéed whole or filleted and is often complemented by a delicate butter or lemon sauce. It has a subtle, sophisticated flavor that makes it a gourmet favorite. For a special Pappadeaux treat, ask for our Parmesan Crusted Flounder!


This spiny lobster can be found all through the Caribbean and the Gulf. These creatures like to hide in reefs, natural or artificial, and in mangrove swamps. Commercially, they are generally caught using traps. The prime lobster season in the U.S. stretches from August to April. Unlike its Maine cousin, the Caribbean lobster has no claws, so the edible flesh is all in the body and tail, which is often grilled. Opinions differ as to whether Caribbean or Maine lobster taste better. Why not conduct your own delicious investigation at a Pappadeaux near you?


Harvested from the clear waters off the coast of Costa Rica, this fish is renowned for its rich, buttery flavor. It can be prepared in many ways, including baked, grilled, broiled, fried or poached. One Pappadeaux favorite you shouldn’t miss is our Blackened Mahi Alexander with shrimp and crawfish, topped with a white wine cream sauce. It’s a mouthwatering celebration of the taste of New Orleans.


This fish is also known as Red Drum or simply as Texas Red. Spawned in the bays around the Gulf, the fish moves out into deeper waters as it matures. Adult fish generally stay in deep water, but can sometimes, particularly during storms, be found closer to beaches or in tidal creeks. This versatile Gulf delicacy can be enjoyed baked, grilled, sautéed or blackened. At Pappadeaux, we also serve it with Maine lobster and risotto for a special treat. It’s a Lonestar classic with a French Quarter twist!