About Fharmacy NOLA Bar and Grill in New Orleans

Fharmacy NOLA Bar and Grill in New Orleans

Fharmacy is located in central New Orleans with street parking, full bar, outdoor seating, table-service, and GREAT food. But don’t just take our word for it, here are what the critics reviewers and foodies have to say:

“Fharmacy has a casual comfort food theme, and the restaurant’s name implies a tongue-in-cheek reference to the nearby hospital complex — and the medical professionals one can only assume it hopes to attract. Fries and potato tots can be made “extra strength” or “pharmaceutical grade,” with add-ons such as cheese sauce, jalapenos, pico de gallo or grilled meats.”

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“The Fharmacy menu includes mussels and fries, a Chicago-style Italian beef sandwich and a chicken Caesar wrap. On a vertical rotisserie, lemongrass chicken slowly cooks for tacos, wraps and salads. And the house hamburger is topped with giardiniera and bacon jam.”

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“American comfort food gets an international twist at this Mid-City hangout dishing up sandwiches featuring housemade sausages and rotisserie meats, as well as burgers and fries, tacos and boudin balls.”

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“The young guys behind the diner counter greet everyone jovially while manning the grills, calling out a regular’s drink order and bantering with each other in Vietnamese. They stack burgers and deli sandwiches, slice lemongrass chicken from a rotisserie for tacos and tend whatever traditional Southeast Asian dish they have as a special. Order the mussels and they pour Belgian ale direct from the beer taps over a bowl of shiny black shells before cooking it all down and piling on the ultra-crisp fries.”

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“This is a good value overall. While many of the sandwiches and most burgers are over $10, with fries included it’s a full and fulfilling meal. Snacks and apps are well under $10. Look for weekly specials on mussels (Mondays), tacos (Tuesdays) and wings (Wednesdays) for deals.”

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