In Bucktown, a suburb of New Orleans, this is the quintessential place to go for fried seafood. I’ve had fried seafood everywhere in town, but this is simply the best. I remember the first time I came, I was on my way back to Charleston (was living there) and craved seafood. I opened up the yellow pages and saw Deanies ...
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I would devote my life to figuring out how to make their fried chicken! From the outside, the place looks like a Pawn Shop on the corner of Sketchy and Freak street. The inside is decorated like a palace waiting room. The artwork is aesthetically pleasing and the food is phenomenal.