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1413 Upperline St
Nueva Orleans, Luisiana, Estados Unidos
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Este restaurante es una elección ideal si lo que te apetece son cocinas cajún y criolla. Es hora de probar unas gambas fritas famosas. Si vas a Upperline, prueba su perfectamente elaborado pudin de pan, su bien preparado pastel de nuez o su atrayente créme brûlée. Es el momento de degustar un irresistible vino de Oporto, unos deliciosos martinis o un sorprendente café irlandés. Este lugar te ofrece su estupendo café latté.

Vas a llevarte un buen recuerdo de este lugar, puesto que es famoso por su gran servicio y su amable personal, siempre dispuesto a ayudar. La mayoría de visitantes dicen que los precios son interesantes para lo que recibes. En este restaurante podrás disfrutar de su divina colección de arte y de una encantadora atmósfera. La valoración que ha conseguido en Frommer es de 3 estrellas, lo que hace de Upperline un establecimiento excepcional.

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The reviews speak for itself , this establishnent is BEYOND incredible. Quaint and unassuming, this shot gun styled house -turned restaurant -is everything youve ever wanted, and never knew you needed. Locals best kept secret away from the dizzying buzz and bright lights of downtown and the outlandishness of the french quarter just take a quick drive or streetcar ride travelling uptown and enjoy the gorgeous one of a kind st charles avenue mansions and beautiful oak trees.  The food is expertly crafted and made with love and the very soul of new orleans. Roasted duck is superb. The turtle soup (add a little sherry) is otherworldly. Jalapeno corbread is a must. And upperline arguably STARTED the 'fried green tomatos with shrimp remoulade' that has become a recurring trend in southern cuisine. Athough the staff, always knowledgeable, professional, and accomadating -The true star of upperline isnt the food but the owner Joanne Clevenger.  Dressed in her notorious black and red dress this owner will go above and beyond to make you feel like you are eating with FAMILY at someones home.  Sharing personal stories from when she sold flowers during the 60s in san San Francisco or explaining her philosophy on what a resraurant means to her. You will leave feeling like youve made a new friend . The walls are COVERED with beautiful art from decades or collecting . Not one inch of space is left empty.  Its truely a museum in and of itself. You cannot go wrong eating here it is a unique and peculiar (in the best way possible) experience you will never have anywhere else . Winner of the james beard award for excellence upperline surely will not dissapoint.
Excellent meal: fresh seafood well prepared, focused on a classic New Orleans style. As such, you definitely can't miss with the classics like green tomatoes remoulade, or grilled fish meuniere (which they note as one of their signature dishes). I loved the duck etouffee. The grilled spicy drum fish is also solid... although those shrimp are not "hot hot" unless you're from Minnesota. (I *am*, in fact, living in Minnesota. But I'm not from here.) Cocktails and wine list are basic, this is old school fine dining, not modern hipness. Dessert had a real standout in a honey garlic sundae, which my spouse hated but I absolutely loved. (She defended her slice of pecan pie quite vigorously, so I'm pretty sure that was good too!) Fifth star because this has that special touch. It's a very small, intimate, art-filled space, still overseen by the owner/hostess JoAnn. It was a special-occasion dinner for us, and she made us feel appropriately fussed over. It is not quite the ceremony and spectacle of Commander's, but the food is on the same scale, and I personally liked the feeling of being in someone's living room. Definitely on the repeat-visit list for next time in NOLA.
The WORST gumbo I have had in Louisiana. Words cannot begin to describe how disappointed I was in the gumbo, however it was inedible. Immediately I knew something was wrong when I can see the pooled blobs of grease sitting at the top of the bowl. I decided to stir it up and try it out anyways. It was completely flavorless. At the table, few were satisfied with their dishes. The service was excellent but the food wasn't something I'd have expected at any New Orleans restaurant, let alone a restaurant that had been compared with the likes of Clancy's.
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1413 Upperline St, Nueva Orleans, Luisiana, Estados Unidos
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