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Four restaurants serving BBQ Shrimps in New Orleans

Ashley Lideau

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - Regardless of its name, BBQ Shrimp involves no barbecue process nor barbecue sauce at all. A dish rooted in the Italian community of New Orleans, BBQ Shrimp is grilled in Worcestershire sauce and butter and served whole with the heads and tails on.

Many restaurants across the city feature BBQ Shrimp on their appetizer or entree menu. Read on to find four restaurants in New Orleans that serve fresh and delicious BBQ Shrimp.

1. Pascal's Manale Restaurant

1838 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans, LA 70115 - (504) 895-4877

Pascal's Manale has been offering traditional Creole and Italian cuisine in New Orleans for over 100 years. In addition to the raw oyster bar and thick juicy steaks, Pascal's Manale is also famous for its Barbecue Shrimp prepared in a spicy and tangy sauce.

2. Mr. B's Bistro

201 Royal St., New Orleans, LA 70130 - (504) 523-2078

Since 1979, Mr. B's Bistro has been known for serving vibrant Louisiana foods, including its signature items like Gumbo Ya Ya, Creole Bread Pudding with Irish whiskey sauce, and of course Barbequed Shrimp.

3. GW Fins

808 Bienville St., New Orleans, LA 70112 - (504) 581-FINS

GW Fins specializes in serving the freshest and best quality seafood from across the world. The restaurant offers Barbeque Shrimp deglazed with Abita Amber, goat cheese grits, and Leidenheimer crouton.

4. Morrow's

2438 Saint Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA 70117 - (504) 827-1519

Founded by a mother-son duo in the historic Faubourg Marigny neighborhood, Morrow's is an exciting new restaurant serving New Orleans cuisine and Korean dishes. Its BBQ Shrimps is made of classic gulf shrimp sauteed in the house-made spiked butter sauce.

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