Find them at 930 Poydras Street in New Orleans. wheelchair accessible. Maypop.

Once you try the pink pickled onion, there's no going back. We still enjoyed our meal, the atmosphere and waitstaff. Johnny Sanchez.

Johnny Sanchez: $2 tacos during Happy Hour - See 541 traveler reviews, 313 candid photos, and great deals for New Orleans, LA, at Tripadvisor. Join us Monday through Friday from 3-6pm for HALF OFF tacos, house margaritas, draft beer, wells, and $10 off bottles of wine! The wait staff seemed to be composed entirely of young hipsters wearing plaid shirts and working at their first restaurant job. These might have been my favorite. Johnny Sanchez happy hour! Together, the two established a Mexican-style taqueria utilizing the amazing local ingredients available in New Orleans. The Happiest of Happy Hours at Johnny Sánchez. They reminded me of the authentic street tacos I had in Austin. Lots of flavors and pretty plates. Vino and Venison: Taking a bite out of the monthly... Irish Whiskey Flight: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presente... Johnny Sánchez has a super cool interior. bike parking. This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. happy hour specials. Own or manage this property? Blair and I couldn't agree on which of the salsas we preferred. - Sorry if I missed the thread. We tried the albóndigas, fish and pork tacos and they were all very good. As for the street tacos, we ordered one of each.

... We were referred to Johnny Sanchez restaurant by the folks at the Cambria Hotel where we were staying. Map updates are paused. However, two tacos were filling and delicious. Zoom in to see updated info. Sunday- Friday 3-6. A spirited taqueria offering the very best ingredients that are farmed and fished responsibly and locally, Johnny Sánchez will feature a delicious and gregarious beverage list of domestic and imported beers, tequilas, mezcals and bourbons often complemented with live entertainment and a lounge/club environment at night. From Sunday to Friday between 3 pm and 6 pm, draft beer, house wine and well mixed drinks are half off. Authentic Mexican Food restaurant with a warm New Orleans twist. All food was fantastic. Before we decided on a more substantial meal, we got hit with the best guacamole either of us had ever had.

The end of an era brings a dilemma: Taco n Sabor i... Sac-A-Yay: Chefs Cody and Sam Carroll open a new r... Who makes the world's best single malt whisky? Happy hour is back at Johnny Sánchez Cheers to having our happy hour back!! The moment we were seated, we were brought a green, chunky salsa and a dark red, thinner salsa.

Johnny Sanchez. The upstairs blender bar also does $4 punch and $10 buckets of High ... Top end cocktails, great food and daily happy hour specials.

We are the Top Taco in NOLA! takes reservations. My twin sis and I flew into NOLA for a four day visit from opposite coasts and landed on this wonderful place on a Thursday evening after 9pm! And their street tacos are only five bucks.

Johnny Sanchez, a modern interpretation of some of the best flavors chefs Aaron and Miles have encountered throughout their travels, coupled with elevated versions of these traditional, family staples. Weekdays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Johnny Sanchez offers $2 tacos, half-off margaritas (single or pitchers), half-off beers, well cocktails and wines by the glass. The service was a little funky for Thursday lunch, but we made it through. It was made with avocado, pico de gallo, lime and cilantro, which is pretty standard, but it was topped with radish shavings. The salsa could have been a little spicier, for those looking for a more authentic salsa bite. Copyright 2009-2018, Bite and Booze, LLC. Luckily, our waitress kept bringing us refills of each as we decided on our drinks. What a pleasant surprise. We loved the evening menu of special $2 tacos and half-price drinks and the food was amazing, drinks wonderful and vibe terrific! The Pork Carnitas taco is filled with slow-cooked pork, chipotle, and raw onion.

I have dreams about these tacos. Known for its lively Asian-inspired dishes in the heart of New Orleans’ Central Business District, Maypop is a downtown happy hour must! If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. It has been well-documented that Blair loves beef tongue. After a long sigh they agreed to seat us. Despite their self image they were not cool.The food was excellent, premium ingredients well prepared.The staff remained aloof and detached - not a good formula to improve your tip.We stayed about an hour, durning which time very few tables were filled leaving me with the impression that the reservation question was little more than an effort to look far busier than they were.

**Prices and specials are subject to change at any time. Johnny Sanchez, a modern interpretation of some of the best flavors chefs Aaron and Miles have encountered throughout their travels, coupled with elevated versions of these traditional, family staples. For optimum dipping, we were brought tortilla and plantain chips. Valentina is her hot sauce of choice at home.

The combination of the pork flavors with crunchy onion does me in every time. good for groups. I tried the mango margarita and felt it was too small for the $12 price and heavy on the tequila. We went into Johnny Sanchez before a concert (about 5:30). more. Great happy hour specials.

Simple theme. Join us for an enjoyable evening with wonderful food and delicious drinks to be shared with friends. has tv. Their house made margarita pitchers are half off. That's when we stumbled upon Johnny Sánchez. I'll put grilled pineapple on anything. Join us for an enjoyable evening with wonderful food and delicious drinks to be shared with friends.

We were their at 430pm and almost did not get in because of future reservations!So glad we did, happy hour until 600pm, half price on some tacos, and margaritas!We had the pork, carne asada, fried oyster, and cauliflower tacos, just amazing! The tacos were tiny. Only two tables were occupied but we were asked if we had reservation, which we did not.

The restaurant, situated in the CBD, resulted from the combined efforts of Chefs Aarón Sánchez and John Besh.

Make a reservation first to be sure! You know, for science. This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. As a pork fan, this was one of my favorites. Bi-Coastal Twin Sister's Meet UP Celebration, InterContinental (IHG) Hotels in New Orleans, Marriott Autograph Collection Hotels in New Orleans, Warehouse/Central Business District Hotels, Arts District / Warehouse District Hotels, Hotels near Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World, Hotels near LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans, Hotels near Stevenson Academy of Hair Design, Hotels near Our Lady of Holy Cross College, Hotels near Crescent City School of Gaming and Bartending - New Orleans, Cajun & Creole Restaurants in New Orleans, Fusion Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in New Orleans, Seafood Restaurants for Families in New Orleans, Best New York Style Pizzas in New Orleans, Restaurants for Group Dining in New Orleans, Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in New Orleans, Arts District / Warehouse District Restaurants, Pizza for Lunch in Central Business District, Special occasions Restaurants in Garden District. good for happy hour. See y’all soon # happyhournola # instafood # tacohappyhour # restaurantfoodie # nolaopen # followyournola good for kids. Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. lunch, dinner. Last, but definitely not least, the Chorizo y Camote, with Mexican chorizo, crispy sweet potatoes, and pickled red onion. Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. I want to go back soon, but it is a 5-hour drive. The Lengua was right up her alley: slow-cooked beef tongue, Valentina hot sauce, and white onion.

Four folks all had different items, and all were very happy with their choices. The CBD's pisco and blender drink hotspot 4 to 7 p.m. on weekdays. We couldn't get enough. The Al Pastor, with chargrilled pork, achiote, and grilled pineapple was a close second. I didn't have much faith in a taco filled with Yukon gold potatoes, grilled poblano peppers and onions, and chihuahua, but I clearly underestimated my love for carb-based tacos. A modern Mexican concept by Chef Arron Sanchez, stop in the Monday - Friday from 3-6 p.m. for a selection of $2 tacos and half-priced margaritas, beers, and wine by the glass. The acidity of the grilled pineapple complemented the pork really well. Come and enjoy the game with a bucket of beer.