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About Carrollton Market
Located mere steps from the end of St. Charles Avenue and brought to you by Chef Jason Goodenough, Carrollton Market serves some of the finest food and drink available in the great city of New Orleans. Chef Jason scours the local farmers' markets and fish houses in a non-stop quest to find the best ingredients available from the Gulf of Mexico and beyond. Make your reservation today to experience some of the best of the city.
New Orleans, LA 70118
Contemporary Southern, Seafood, Continental
Hours of Operation:
S. Carrollton Ave
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Catering by Carrollton Market is quickly turning in to one of New Orleans' finest boutique catering companies. We can host events at the restaurant for approximately 60 guests and offer a "No Cookie Cutter Menu" approach. By this, we mean that we will create anything our guests desire -- your wish is our command! We can do offsite parties for upwards of 200 people as well.
There is ample street parking surrounding Carrollton Market. Outside the restaurant, on Hampson Street, and around the corner on Dublin Street the parking is metered before 7pm. It is free on Sundays. After 6pm and all day on Sunday, the lot next door to Carrollton Market -- Morelock's -- is available free of charge to our customers.
The St. Charles streetcar line Riverbend stop (N213) is mere steps from Carrollton Market. Disembark the streetcar and walk one half block up Hampson Street (away from St. Charles). The restaurant will be on your left.
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Carrollton Market offers both on-site and off-site catering. On-site we can accomodate events as large as 50-seated guests or 75-standing guests. We can do offsite events of any size and price point.
Carrollton Market Ratings and Reviews
Craving a new experience, flipping around the reviews and announcements. Found Carrollton Market in an area familiar to us (the Riverbend) Reserved. Warm service, excellent craft drinks. Chose to load heavy in the appetizers and go with one entree. Sweetbread Amondine, OystersGoodenough, and a crab cake all very good to excellent, with me leaning to the sweetbreads and wife to the oysters. The (Whole Roasted Branzino 29 Crispy Potatoes, Broccoli, Harissa, Tomato Confit) was brilliant, arguably the best fish dish I've had in many years. I would have it with joy again today, crispy, sweet, and satisfying (I'm a serious carnivore of the Ron Swanson "fish is practically a vegetable" persuasion, but this was GREAT).
We had a wonderful dinner at CM. Our waiter (Matthew, I think-- I'm so bad with names!) could not have been better; he was the perfect mix of attentive, friendly, and knowledgeable without sticking around too long. The cauliflower soup was delicious, as was the whole branzino. The scallops were perfectly cooked, too, but they needed a bit more grapefruit/acid, I think. Regardless, we've already talked about when we can revisit CM... hopefully soon!
This restaurant exceeded our expectations. The food and service were excellent. We are local and had been here before but under the previous name/ownership. My wife has celiac and we were extremely pleased with the number of options that were gluten free, even the fried oyster appetizer which we shared and was delicious. We then had a salad, my wife the crabcake and I the steak. Everything was tasty, properly seasoned and cooked. The wine options were also plentiful. This was just a spur of the moment date night for us and we could not have been more pleased. Our server was fantastic, attentive but also allowed us to take our time dining. These guys do it right and we would strongly recommend this hidden gem. We will be back!
Everything was exceptional the staff was painfully slow to recognize that we were seated. I actually commented at one point that I felt we were invisible. Fine except restaurant was at 20% capacity. Waiter eventually warmed up and, combined with awesome mimosas, saved the day.
Highlights were the breakfast burger and cinnamon roll. Both are among the best I've ever had!
Consistently great food and I highly recommend a seat at the foodbar to watch the orchestration of your meal. This Friday evening the place was packed and for good reason. Lent in NOLA meals "seafood" and the current menu certainly delivers many delicious options.
I love everything about this restaurant! I've been for brunch and the rum tasting happy hours but last night's dinner was AMAZING. It's so refreshing to see people enjoy the work they do, and to be given the space to be creative/innovative. I've been telling everyone about Carrollton Market...It's one of my new favorite places!
As always, the oysters goodenough were excellent. Potato gnocchi with rabbit was superior. My wife enjoyed the tuna, and my friend really liked the scallops, although they appeared small in number to me. Chocolate bread pudding for dessert was a nice change of pace. The food here is consistently good and I liked the changing menu.
We went to this place for brunch, the food was plentiful so it justified the high price point. I had the Oyster omelet and it's flavor was absolutely perfect everybody in my group liked their food. Our waiter was very kind and the service in general was great. The downside was the check, it is a bit too expensive for brunch, I'd prefer smaller portions and a lower price point.
For the last year this has been one of our favorite restaurants in New Orleans. Fantastic service and the food was always creative and excellent. The last two visits we have had to send food back that was undercooked, fish and lamb meatballs. I am not sure what is happening. The returned food was excellent. This was not a busy time. We will still go back. Great cocktails as well. Easy parking.
Awesome food and friendly service... The ambiance of the restaurant was amazing. The wait staff was knowledgable about the menu and the wine list. The appetizers , main course, and the dessert was extremely tasty. The restaurant's dining room setting was quaint . It felt as though you were in someone's home.
I'd heard nothing but good things. My dinner was over-seasoned and my wife couldn't even eat her tuna. In her words it was "disgusting", which sucks because it was the first date out my wife and I have had in quite some time. The ambiance and service was good, the food wasn't.
This restaurant is for the meat eater. Even the cauliflower soup and oysters contain bacon. We both ordered the one seafood entree, which was black drum atop beets and excellent carrots. The green salad, which never appears on the menu (why?), was excellent.
Great neighborhood spot with emphasis on meat. I missed Steve, former host, who kept an eye on everything
My date and I had 7:45 reservations and were seated immediately when we arrived. We were greeted relatively quickly by our waiter and apps/wine arrived timely. However, we waited approximately 45 minutes for our entrees after apps were cleared. It became apparent the staff and chef were more concerned with the three 4 and 5 tops in our section, as their respective courses, including "complimentary" desserts, arrived timely. Even after our entrees were finished, the table was not cleared for approximately 20 minutes thereafter. Finally, we were asked about dessert, apologized to for the long wait (partly because our waiter saw the look on my date's face), and received the check. Simply stated, when I spend $220 on 2 apps (one was a simple salad), 2 entrees and a bottle of wine, I at least expect decent service! Having worked in the service industry, I understand the importance of larger tables, but I quickly learned the necessary balance of working smaller tables and had hoped a restaurant that holds itself out as a gem in the city would have hired staff that understood this same concept.
My .02 ... visitors, i.e. tourists, will continue dining here while locals, who know where to enjoy delicious meals with impeccable service, will dine elsewhere.
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