Mardi Gras Hash

Nestled in the heart of the French Quarter in the Historic Jackson Square you will find Stanley’s -the first restaurant to open following Hurricane Katrina. So not only does this gem sit on historic territory it has made history itself.

You can get to Stanley’s via streetcar, car, ferry..... or ladder.

Riding the ferry or streetcar in New Orleans adds an extra perk to anywhere you’re headed. My friends and I opted for a ride on the water before our highly anticipated mouth watering brunch.

I was a little adventurous and craving something different so I created my own hash from items on the menu. My server decided to call my creation “Mardi Gras Hash”. The hash included potatoes, green onions, Cajun seasonings, fried oysters, eggs and soft-shelled crab. The crab was soft and tender with the right amount of seasoning and the oysters were just how I love them –hard on the outside with a moist center, same as the potatoes –Perfecto!

he huge serving was delicious! It was a Mardi Gras Mambo of flavors in my mouth! I devoured thee entire plate!!

In addition to coffee and mimosas we all ended up getting the same thing as we enjoyed the view that included street vendors, tourist, locals and even a parade.