Hours: Sun-Mon, 8 am-3 pm; Tues-Thurs, 8 am-7 pm; Fri-Sat, 8 am-9 pm
Style: Food with a slight New Orleans accent in a restored 1883 train station. The former ticket window is now used to pass food from kitchen to dining room. Historic photos of the station are framed on the walls. A brick patio extends seating in warmer months.
Don’t Miss: The veggie burger, made with vegetables, corn, black beans, roasted red peppers and taco seasoning, packs so much flavor it doesn’t need condiments ($9.99). The 8 oz. Angus burger is the most-ordered item on the menu ($8.99). Diners often finish with fried beignets in the style of New Orleans’ famed Café du Monde ($3.25-$8.50, depending on quantity) and café au lait made with Café du Monde coffee ($3.25). The extensive breakfast and lunch menus, served all day, include Nutella banana crepes ($7.99), sandwiches, salads and Comfort Platters like Chef Lou’s Famous Chicken & Biscuits ($12.99) and Gloucester County Grilled Pork Chops ($16.99). Dinner entrées range from seafood lasagna ($24.99) to a crab cake and sirloin filet ($26.99).
Heads Up: Tuesday to Saturday, 3-7 pm, a Long Plate Supper Club special is offered for $12.95. A Caesar salad comes with entrées such as Cape May tilapia or New York mac and cheese made with two types of cheese, peas, ham and stewed tomatoes.
The Scoop: Be sure to check out the work of local artists, which is displayed throughout this homey BYO.Click here to leave a comment
What are Quick Bites? Short takes on casual, affordable dining.
- Cuisine Type:American - Cajun/Creole
- Price Range:Moderate
- Ambience:Food with a slight New Orleans accent in a restored 1883 train station. The former ticket window is now used to pass food from kitchen to dining room.