I had the best shrimp and grits ever and the Hurricanes were awesome!!!
Simple, delicious southern comfort food. Can't go wrong eating here.
Best soul food in nola.
One of the greatest bartenders alive patrols this dive.
The concierge at our hotel recommended that we head to Hobnobbers to grab lunch before heading to the airport. We are happy we asked. The chicken salad Po'boy was excellent, not too much mayonnaise, a little egg and Creole spice. My husband had the fried oyster/fried clam Po-Boy and couldn't say enough good things about it. We both had the corn and crab bisque, which was super rich and delicious. Locals sitting around were friendly.
Walked through a bar to get to the restaurant. My wife and I wanted local home cookin and that's just what we got. We had shrimp and grits and a breakfast plate. Portion sizes are bug and the people are friendly. We liked the bar/restaurant combo and the food was like if my southern grandma was cooking.
Shrimp and grits & fried chicken was amazing!!! Cat fish was also great, the cooks were the sweetest and the whole entire ambiance made it even better! Non stop laughing with them all, especially Big Dawg!!! Definitely best spot in NOLA, will be back next time I visit this city.
I come there Everytime I come into town. Catfish and grits are awesome.
Food amazing family like atmosphere!!! Everyone was so nice. I love this place
My first time out here and now favorite spot in New Orleans. Food was delicious, great drinks, and a overall welcoming and inclusive atmosphere. Hole in a wall place but has a home feel. Prices are very reasonable and inexpensive. I had a great interaction with the ladies working in the kitchen and the bartender. I'll always drop by when I'm in town.
Great food good service
Fun chatter among patrons, excellent corn & crab bisque! The staff was entertaining as they bantered back and forth. A nice respite from the touristy spots.
Chicago in da house!!! Thank you Donna, Tony (Eddie Kane cousin!) and crew for the amazing experience. Folks have to appreciate the small restaurateur and the love that goes into there craft. I had the Catfish, cheesy eggs , and the Shrimp and grits. Funny part is I HATE GRITS until I tasted that heaven that was cooked up for me. Can't wait for our next visit! Thanks again!!!
I love to share the good things!! Good southern homestyle cooking at reasonable prices is what I experienced @ the almost hidden Hobnobber's on Carondelet Street! Extremely large portions! I sampled fried chicken, fried shrimp, french fries, long noodled mac & cheese, sweet cornbread, pancakes, and bacon...all cooked and seasoned to perfection! And, to top that off...I am eating some take-out peach cobbler that definitely came from a family recipe as I write this review! A must try when in NOLA CBD (central business district)!
Great food, service and staff! Clean restrooms!
I was there Saturday late night, and found a good mix of locals and tourists, very friendly bartender, all around great low-key atmosphere. When you get tired of the craziness of Bourbon St, belly up to the bar, order a couple of drinks, and chill.
Surprisingly we were walking looking for a good breakfast and we stumbled on this place! Well worth it, friendly, welcoming and authentic! We will be back! Customer service was great and the food awesome!
The best breakfast I had while in New Orleans,staff was over the top .Loved the place.
I went here on a lunch break while doing business from out of town. One of my local crew took me over. Had I stumbled in on my own I might have left feeling a bit out of place and unsure where/how to order. I gave it a minute and settled in and was in for a treat. What friendly service and great food. I had the gumbo and fries with iced tea and all was fabulous. I tried gumbo twice more while in the city and never was it as good as at Hobnobbers. There is a bar in the front and a tiny dive café in the back. If you get the chance, don't miss it. I'll be back next time I'm in town.
Awesome local food, great prices, friendly staff. Who could ask for anything more?