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Catch of the day...Bayou Baisse -- clams, mussels, crabmeat, shrimp and andouille sausage over saffron barley served with basil aioli crostini ...

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Entree special!!! Fried Pork chop served with Redskin smashed potatoes and onions rings, finished with a tasso mushroom gravy...say what???!!! ...

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Roanoke’s finest Cajun / Creole restaurant featuring New Orleans style dining indoors or outside in our courtyard. Our upstairs bar and dining area is available for special occasions or private parties. The combination of great food and a relaxing, enjoyable atmosphere is our goal here at The Quarter. Our servers are courteous and helpful, the food is delicious and the atmosphere is like no other. The Quarter is located in the historic downtown market area and in a beautifully renovated historical building.

A nice balance of Cajun / Creole classics plus fresh seafood and a variety of sandwiches and tasty fresh specials will have you checking to make sure you are not in New Orleans. You won’t want to miss menu items like fresh hand-shucked oysters on the half shell, red beans and rice, shrimp & grits, po boys, jambalaya, gumbo, etoufee, shrimp dip and our fabulous fried pickles. Leave room for dessert as our bananas foster and bread pudding is a must.

The Quarter’s bars serve a variety of New Orleans style cocktails as well as unique specialty drinks. Hurricanes, Pirate Punch and a wide selection of beers (including New Orleans’ own Abita beer on tap and in the bottle) bring home the party feeling of the French Quarter to your dining experience.

In or out, up or down, The Quarter has the dining experience that you’ve been looking for. So come wine, dine, relax and enjoy… and don’t forget the beads!

“With the attractive, smiling wait staff adorned in festive beads, the lively music and drinks flowing from the handcrafted bar, The Quarter is a fine addition to an up and coming social and culinary scene in downtown Roanoke .”

-Charlie Hamill
City Magazine, May 2011