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Please call for reservations. Due to Covid - 19 restrictions online reservation will be suspended until further notice. 985-400-5668
Our hours of operation will be:
Sunday & Monday - closed
Tuesday - Thursday - 4 pm - 9 pm
Friday - 11 am - 9 pm
Saturday - 4 pm - 9 pm
Happy Hour - Tuesday - Friday 4 pm - 6 pm
1/2 price appetizers
1/2 price glasses of wine and specialty cocktails
Gallagher's Grill, located at 509 S Tyler St in Covington, La. Rated Four Stars by Tom Fitzmorris, "Mr Food". Serving USDA Prime and choice steaks, quail, lamb and the largest selection of fresh fish on the Northshore! Open for lunch Tuesday thru Friday and Dinner Tuesday thru Saturday.
If your preferred reservation time is not available through Open Table, please call the restaurant directly to check availability at (985) 276-4994.
Our dining experience is also available at the Bar. Bar seats are on a first come first serve basis.
- LNLive2eatNOvipNew York / Tri-State Area •32 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoLoved the flatbread. First time I have had it Glad I tried itMore infoTaviPrice: Moderate• Israeli• Covington•4.9
- OTNew Orleans / Louisiana •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoI honestly didn’t know about this place until my friend was performing there singing and playing the piano,but what a gem ,the atmosphere and the top notch professional service was incredible. The food was outstanding as well,I got a steak at a steakhouse and my date got the trout,we were both very pleased with our choices.if you are looking for great food and 5 star service this is the place to put on the short list on where to go on the NorthshoreMore infoDesi Vega Steakhouse CovingtonPrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Covington•4.8
- JBJohnBNew Orleans / Louisiana •2 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoFood is always the best around. Wait staff are friendly and helpful. A little noisy at times. The perfect place.More infoGallagher's GrillPrice: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• Covington•4.8
- OTNew Orleans / Louisiana •1 review5.0Dined 5 days agoThe Southern Hotel has a very charming & romantic vibe. I love everything from the architecture, the decor, the ambience and the attentiveness of the staff. The bar and patio areas are both romantic and offer personal serenity. The lobby and courtyards make for a beautiful backdrop for pictures. The Gloriette restaurant is my go to for special occasions with my girl group. We’re never disappointedMore infoThe GloriettePrice: Very Expensive• French / American• Covington•4.6
- GGrannynewiberia1Alabama •5 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoBeet caprese salad was amazing. We had a clam dish with pasta. It was a replacement for a butternut squash they were out of and I was apprehensive as clams are not my thing. The waiter assured me if it was not something I liked he would make it right. To my surprise, since my experience with clams in the past was negative, it was very good. We also had the chocolate dessert. Very happy with everything. Would be happy to eat there again next time we are in Covington.More infoDel Porto RistorantePrice: Expensive• Contemporary Italian• Covington•4.9
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With its French, Southern, and Caribbean influences, New Orleans truly has its own unique flavors and food culture. From Cajun and Creole dishes to soul food and French fare, the Covington area reflects these rich flavors that are steeped in Southern history. Gumbo and jambalaya are staples in Covington, as are rich dishes filled with creole seasonings and local proteins such as Andouille sausage and Gulf shrimp. What some call Gumbo's "spiced up cousin" is Crawfish Étouffee, a spicy Cajun favorite in the region. If you prefer to vary your dining options, you will also find excellent American, Italian, and Greek food here.
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