Historic. Built in 1860 as The Johan Armleder Wine and Lager Beer Saloon, this place was once a destination for thirsty stevedores and other canal workers in search of Pilsner and oysters. These days, the canal and the stevedores are long gone but the Pilsner and oysters, sandwiches and other hearty fare still draw luncheon crowds. A few dishes, such as the gumbo and the shrimp and andouille po'boy sandwich, trigger reminiscences of New Orleans.
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