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If you like variety, you'll love St. Roch. Something for everyone! I walked around 3 x before deciding on lunch. Elysean Seafoods set me up on a lovely plate if Brown Butter Poached Black Drum w/ Roasted Root Vegetables. Clean and busy. Lunch was hopping. A great alternative to the fast food franchises of St.Claude.
Great coffee. They even did a flat white. Stroll a few stalls up and get yourself a magnificent breakfast burrito. So nice, I went there twice. This place seemed to have a real community atmosphere.
There are so many good things to say about this place that I just don't even know where to begin. The crêpes, the oysters, the drinks, the coffee, the flower stand, the produce, the sandwiches. Yummy=Good
Cool spot with a lot of variety of food and drinks. Somewhat pricy, but worth checking out. I gather it has some controversy surrounding it, but I was just visiting the city so I won't comment on that.
This market is very nice and has a lot of quality food options as well as produce. We stopped in for a drink and it was nice. Great atmosphere. Recommend for a place to go with many options for food, drinks, sweets and more!
If you have complaints about overpricing or it being "pretentious" go eat at McDonald's and don't leave this market a bad review. The food is worth the cost, and the people here are very friendly. I can see it being a tad pretentious, but go somewhere else if it bothers you that much. There's a wide variety of things to try here, and all have not fallen short of delicious. 5 stars, for the St. Roch Market!
love. amazing food variation and staff is great. always clean. but the area isn't the best
Overpriced and pretentious. Ordered from t2 Street food and the Pho was reasonable at 9 dollars but the fish taco was 7 dollars for one taco. (This is New Orleans and good food doesn't have to be expensive...) And he was rude to boot. Do not reccomend. The first couple of times we had two tacos for $7.50. Apparently inflation??
Rarely a bad bite, my current favorites are the oyster bar that is now run by Elysian Seafood (so good crab claws) and the breakfast burritos and tacos and migas and all the things from La Mezcla. Coast Roast Coffee is excellent and I hope it stays there forever. I'm glad some vendors have used their stall as a stepping stone to expanding to their own locations, since that was the proposed point of the whole thing.
Expensive but an excited atmosphere and food variety make this place fun for locals. I have only good things to say about the fresh juice and salad man, and the coffee is good but at Silver Lake prices it oughta be. Food is good but.. it's the communal atmosphere that makes St Roch fun. I prefer DRYADAS market less people more pastries and safer for bikes.
Great space with great food. I feel like it's important to note, especially for first timers, that this is not actually a market. It's more like a sophisticated food court. There are minimal options for produce and you won't find anything like breads and meats and cheeses (which I'll be honest, is what I associate with the word market and is therefore more what I was expecting). Definitely think more for court than farmers market. But once I got over that realization, everything we had was delicious. A little pricey for the portions but mostly worthwhile.
Beautiful remodel with excellent food and a ton of choices. Great seafood, incredible cocktails. Get the deviled eggs!!!! Pretty reasonable prices. Also, great natural light. It feels clean and refreshing. Incredible spot for lunch for a few people who all like/want/crave different things.
So many good options to choose from. I had a salad with plantains, avocado, crispy pork, and mango salsa from the Haitian Fritai shop and it was to die for.
There are some spots with good happy hour options as well.
Beautiful lighting, fun environment, and good service.
This is a great spot in an area regarded as sketchy but rapidly improving. There are many counters where various establishment are opened and sell food or drink which is usually original and quite good but not inexpensive. These include coffee, various ethnic foods, sandwiches, smoothies, fruit and fresh produce. The turnover is fairly high. I like the place.
Great food choices. I mixed entrees and sides from different restaurants and everything was very good with great prices. The service was great too.
Went way out of our way to get here, BUT it was all worth it! Had the best lunch so far. Evas salad with fried pork and quinoa bowl with kimchii edemame. Dont forget the avocado toast.
And the ginger-lemonade is by far the best lemonade ive ever tried (but i also really like ginger) ;)
I love this place everything in here is pristine, different, and if their customer service is always consistent. The food is really good, ambiance is perfect. This is also a cozy spot that would be great for small meetings, lunch dates, and just about all of the above. Goood place to visit, I would like to give 4 stars but sometimes the morning crew can be a bit sluggish. St. Roch Market is my go-to for breakfast. I had the breakfast bowl and it came with bacon toast, egg, arugula, avocoda, and some type of sauce not sure but I ate it and it was good
A very unique place. A mall of upscale food and drink. I stopped to check out a new coffee shop and found an indoor marketplace of food, drink and desserts. Some things looked pricey but I didn't see the portions. Out of the way for me to be a regular stop but kudos to bringing new development to a part of the city that needed it.
Different varieties of food. Whether you want Cajun, Caribbean, or Latin food, it is all there for you to try. It ismedium priced there, but the food and people are great. It is a great atmosphere. Highly recommend to try the food there.
The surrounding neighborhood made me think I had input the wrong address. But once inside I realized this was the gem I had been looking for. Beautifully laid out space, buzzing with locals and maybe the occasional tourist like myself. The space is filled with small business stations, each one offering their own specialties and influence to the market. Still, there remains a flow to the interior. All in all it's an eclectic, authentic taste of reality outside the the chaos of the French quarter.
Really cool place. Basically a food court and market, but all very artisinal and delicious. Not cheap, but good.
A great open food court with lots of local food and drink options to satisfy any craving. You can't go wrong with any vendor in here.
We stayed a few blocks from here so we ate at several of the vendors over the duration of our stay. Great variety of food. Everything we had was excellent. Can get a little busy and hard to find seating but it's a great spot with an inviting atmosphere.
Interesting food choices but due to high rent, the prices are very high
Nice spot for an assortment of different types of foods. There's a bar for drinks too! I ordered some Pho from the T2 Stall and it was yummy! Would come back just for that. Place has cold a/c blowing. Nice laid back atmosphere. Worthy of a trip.
Super cool food court. Lots of great dining options and open seating. Your group can choose from tons of food options. All of it looked great. All I had was amazing.
Cute little place to grab a meal. There are several different food vendors. They all are delicious. My favorites so far are the coconut curry shrimp from Elysian Seafood and Fete au Fete's trash grits.
This location was meant to be a reasonably priced fresh food market for area residents. It is fine for tourists but it may be overpriced for many locals.
It now contains several small restaurants of various styles, a coffee shop, and a desert shop around the edge. There is restaurant seating in the middle and outdoor seating.
This place is amazing! It's a co op cafeteria filled with flavors from around the world. Everything from old school Nola flavors to East Asia delights. Everytime I travel that way I make it a point to have lunch there.
The Louisiana Crab Cake from one of the food stands, Elysian Seafood, is incredible. Best one I've had so far in New Orleans. Must try!
This will always be on my to do list while in NOLA! There is an amazing selection of wonderful healthy entrées, quick bites, and coffee drinks! I would highly recommend this place to anyone!
One of my new favorite spots for a delicious quick bite. There's a great mix of unique cuisine here. It's always busy, but you can get your food within a reasonable amount of time considering the fact that almost everything offered is made fresh to order. You'll see all kinds of people here and I love to see this rare level of diversity among locals.
Very cool food-court type dining hall, with a full bar offering signature cocktails! Plenty of different types of food from all around the world to choose from by the dozen or so merchants lining the perimeter of the market. Line and order style at each counter. Lots of great authentic Cajun and Creole options, a barista station, and even dessert! The merchants rotate their menus from breakfast to lunch/dinner throughout the day. You might have to hover around and wait for a table during peak dining hours.
Great place to go when you don't know what you're hungry for. Lots of choices as there are several vendors around the perimeter of this market. Everything from Italian to Korean, a nice cocktail bar and coffee bar, too.
many great varieties of foods. perhaps overpriced a bit. good amount of seating. decent vibes. good outside area around building
It's a cool upgrade over the old St Roch Seafood market, but I didn't find anything that screamed a must visit. There are a few interesting eating places contained within, but nothing looked good enough for me to purchase as a dinner meal. I would say this is more of a place to come for lunch or a quick bite. I'll probably give it another shot because the atmosphere is cool.
Really cool atmosphere! Love this place! Food is great! Staff is very helpful and nice! Building is very clean! I will be returning!
I returned! Another 5 stars! Way to go! I absolutely love it here! The energy is perfect!
Larry Bird! You should really try there chicken, oysters, and heaps of other amazing food. Great food experience
Lots of cool spots to grab a bite, and one real cool spot to grab a drink. The only problem is there is not enough seating! Otherwise it's pretty awesome.
The food was really good. Good Bird provided me with a super fresh salad "the Sue salad" with roasted butternut squash, goat cheese and tender moist roasted chicken. From another stand we had the best empanadas we have had in 15 years or so. Plenty of parking and very clean.
Love the Market. The selection of vendors in one place is great. From seafood to Mexican to Vietnamese to Haitian to... it goes on. I haven't had a bad meal here. And the drinks at the Mayhaw are delicious, too. Not great that the confections place recently raised their prices quite a bit, and the "din" of music and people might be too much for some.
Pretty nice place if you're in the neighborhood. It's indoors (with outdoor seating optional) and a great place to stop by and grab a bite from a local vendor. It's like a big food court with lots of pretty awesome chefs with a ton to choose from. Stop on in here if you're not sure what you're in the mood for and you'll definitely find something. Also right across the street is a grocery coop for more options.
As a local, I try to avoid the hipster's "inventive" take on creole and cajun cuisine. However, I occasionally go to St. Roch Market when I am looking for a food court atmosphere. I love the historical building and I appreciate the variety of foods. I do miss the original bakery that sold the homemade cake by the slice.
came for the first time to eat lunch...chaotic environment, expensive prices (1 doz raw 17$), decent options but nothing excellent. Ended up getting a blackened catfish po boy from some seafood stand which was mediocre at best. I get that it's in a "cool" part of town, but over all underwhelming experience
Cool place. Good foods. It has private parking lot. DO NOT wander off, this is an island.
Great place to go with people with different tastes and appetites. It is kind of like a food court made up of small locally owned startup businesses. Everyone can get what they want. Atmosphere is bright and lively. Beautifully restored public market.
What can I say the food selection here is amazing. Every dish I have gotten whether it be Mexican, Vietnamese, or soul has blown me away. It also has an excellent selection of drinks, sweets, and coffee. You will not be disappointed.
Good range with something for everyone. Thoroughly enjoyed the salad at the Haitian place. Family enjoyed the empenadas, chicken and biscuits, and other dishes ordered. Good coffee option available as well for those who need their morning caffeine.
Wow such an amazing place! Fantastic mix of local foods. Your only problem will be deciding which ones to choose from. So convenient. Fast and friendly service. Great atmosphere.
A good place from eating and drinking. It has lot of options to choose. I ate at EmpaNola. It was delicious. The atmosphere is very casual, with option for open seating. You can just go in, order your food and sit anywhere you find a seat.
Oh man! What can I say! This was FIRST time at a raw oyster bar! FANTASTIC all the Way! ST Roch Market is the place to stop in for gumbo, they offer Viet cuisine, such a delicious variety in here your tummy will Happy! Just AMAZING all the way around!
A very unique spot to grab a meal. Many different vendor options with options for dietary restrictions. So thankful someone recommended this place to me so I could enjoy some amazing, handmade empanadas!
Great place for an informal gathering of friends. The food is fresh, the serving sizes ample and the variety of vendors more than adequate. I had the Haitian omelette. It was enough for 2, maybe 3 meals. Loved the variety of textures and blend of flavors in the omelette. It is worth the 10 minute wait. St. Roch was the pleasant last stop of my whirlwind visit to NOLA. Next time I will start there.
Beautiful restored market hall with a variety of food to choose from. I had cocktails and seafood from the vendors, everyone was very nice. They have 24 hour happy hour for teachers and service staff.
Loved the whole vibe of this place. Multiple eateries and a bar inside. Was a highlight of my New Orleans trip. I would recommend it to anyone who is in that area. The wait times for all the restaurants I went were very minimal. Check it out if you're in the area.
Lordy, this is amazing. Classy, in a white marble kind of way. Casual, in a cafeteria kind of way. Every single vendor is top notch. Bahn mi, mussels, cheesecake, gumbo, lemonade, jambalaya, coffee & espresso, wine, shrimp. Wow. Sample the vendors and come back often -- at any time of the day. Great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. A real gem.
Very nice food hall with a variety of vendors, and laid back vibe. Had both a good dinner and breakfast experience. Nice cocktails as well.
Great place to get a good variety of food from different places around the world. The outside seating on a nice day is extra special. It's kid friendly but depending on their taste, they may not like everything on the menus. My picky 14 year old liked the spring rolls and avocado toast. My 9 year old liked the mexican burrito bowl. I had some middle eastern food that was delicious and filling. The only reason for dour stars is the wait times can be a little long and the prices seems slightly high, otherwise we loved it.
Stopped in to grab an iced coffee from Coast Roast. The space is absolutely beautiful. Clean, spacious, and lively. I ordered the iced sweet cream vanilla latte. It was one of the best lattes Ive ever had; sweet but potent. My only criticism is that I wasnt hungry enough to try one of the food vendors. They looked and smelled delicious!
5 star FOOD HALL, as opposed to an upscale restaurant. This is an eclectic walk up and order then listen for your name sort of place. We are regulars, the super friendly staff goes above and beyond and all the vendors are equally desirable. The options are great.
This place is great! Love the variety something for everyone here! From sweet treats to red beans and rice. What is even better are the prices, great food, local businesses, great prices! Btw get biscuits best I have ever had there, and the sandwiches wow! Can't go wrong any food you get.
Very neat idea. I love the architecture of the building and glad the proprietors kept the original look. Love the idea of different vendors and range of vendors. I will be happy to return and try a few new items.
Quick economical and good food. Something for everyone. They are usually one person outfits so have a little patience and show kindness.
Great concept. So many varieties under one roof. We got the turtle brownie from bittersweet confections and blue dream from the daily beet. The brownie was something I would definitely return for. The smoothie was made with all pure ingredients and was 4/5 for my taste. Great market. Had tons of others things.
*pronounced rock* Visiting from Atlanta so it reminded me of Krog St Market or Ponce City Market but better! The food from each vendor was amazing!! Even though we were there late, everyone was so nice. I would love to go back
We stayed just across the street at an AirBnB on Marais, and loved the proximity to St.Roch Market. It was so easy to pop over any time of the day or night to find something to eat or drink. The diversity of the many food vendors made it so you had plenty to choose from. Everyone was welcoming and SO pleasant. Staff walked by clearing tables, offering ice cold water in GLASS, not plastic. The facility was spotless. Truly a foodie paradise! Happy Hour from 4-6p not to mention the 6 for $6 oyster deal!! You MUST stop in!!
Super cool. Like an independent food court for people who enjoy real food. We had vegan pho from one restaurant and rose tea from another. it was a great place to settle down at the end of a long day.
Always reliable. The food vendors change, but you can always count on quality and diversity. There is free parking or you can easily take public transportation.
There are 15 - 20 different "food booths" to try out. The range in variety between them is amazing. You have options such as Hatian, Mexican, Cajun (of course), sweat treats, an oyster bar and on and on plus there is a full service bar in the back. The interior design of the building is a wonderful backdrop while you walk around debating what delicious food you will try next. Most vendors offer smaller plates so you can try a wide variety. They have high lots of tables to sit at including some high tops and the AC blows full blast so no need to worry about that Nola sunshine. This is my new must-try spot when friends and family are in town visiting.
Great food hall in an up and coming (read: gentrifying) neighborhood! Multiple healthy options (though some are not really at all), and right across the street from a bomb grocery store and music venue! This is a street corner made for me! Inside you can find chicken sandwiches on organic bread, a juice shop with salads and bowls and even spring rolls, a cocktail bar, Haitian food, Mexican food, breakfast food, a bakery, coffee shop, seafood spot, and more!
Amazing selection of different cultures, and great drinks! Not too crowded, either. Great little hole in the wall away from the French quarter center!
This was incredible! There were beyond so many choices from breakfasts to cocktails. The music playing was an outstanding mix. All of the spots were very friendly and fast. The tables were cleared quickly and clean. I had the Trash Grits and it's hard to describe how great that was! Well done.
Large warehouse like space divided up and rented to independent food entrepreneurs. Very cool for that. Large selection of food choices under one roof. Bussers keep the tables and central seating area clean.
Acoustics is too perfect inside, so if there is more than a dozen patrons you can't hear yourself talk. When it's busy it's unbearably noisy. If they put some acoustic ceiling tile in the place I will bump the rating up to 5 stars
Great selection of different foods! The impressive architecture and decoration is what first caught my eye when we walked in but I quickly noticed the wonderful food smells and variety of different kinds of cuisine. I went to the Vietnamese counter and ordered bahn mi and a couple different flavored buns, pork belly, chicken, and veggie, everything had flavors I enjoyed throughly. I would definitely come back.
Lots of great food and drink options to choose from. Seafood, Mexican, Haitian, and fresh vegan options. Great weekend night spot with Starbucks type chill atmosphere. Highly recommend to go give it a try. Park close to the location though, few streets over gets a little rough.
I love this place. I usually go for late lunch or early dinner. It's less crowded and not too loud to have conversation. The coffee at Coast Roast is delicious. The use their own blend ice tea. YUM. All the vendors are good. Vietnamese street food, Hatian and Mexican to an oyster bar with super good cocktails. It's our go to place.
Always great food. Awesome selections. Happy hour and late night specials!
We stoped by the Market while waiting for a table at a nearby restaurant. It’s was about 8:45pm and it seemed like most of the restaurants were closing up for the evening. The oyster pace was open and hopping. We may have stayed but were looking for more of a dinner date place. I would recommend it for a quick lunch or dinner.
If you Love or have not tried Mexican street corn (Elote) you need to try it here!! Also the Pho soup and Burritos are great. The atmosphere here is very different with several different cultural types of food vendors. Its classy, laid back, fancy yet humble place. No so much romantic as it is relaxing. Love it!!
There's always something appetizing, no matter what you're in the mood for. The pop ups inside change, but we particularly enjoyed the oyster bar, the Haitian omelettes, and the shrimp and grits. The coffee is great, too, and the watermelon lemonade is wonderful.
The atmosphere was ideal and the food options was perfect for whatever taste you desire. I tried the "Trash Grits" and had the bartender mix up a house special Rum Punch. The drinks wasn't too sweet but definitely strong and insanely tasty. St. Roch Market is ideal for a lunch spot and a happy hour worth friends.
This is the cutest market with entirely too many options for incredible food. There was something I wanted on every menu, and the staff at every shop were helpful and friendly. Will definitely go back next time we're in New Orleans.
St Roch Market near where we are staying for good food and coffee! Stella liked her pour over I just need to work out how to order a flat white... asked for a latte and received a shot of coffee with a ton of milk. Breakfast options a plentiful, we ordered a couple breakfast bowls.
Honestly. I love the food selection there. From the coffee to the juice bar to the pho and seafood. I'm not forgetting the chicken, Latin, breakfast and even the cocktails.
It's bright, it's clean and a great gathering place for friends.
One little thing. They need a better ventilation and air scrubber system. Be prepared for your clothes to pick up in some of the cooking aromas.
This is my third New Years in New Orleans. I have not missed St. Roch's market once. It is so delicious. It has so many options and the happy hour is absolutely worth it. The oyster bar is my favorite! Seeing them shuck the oyster right in front of you is so much fun! Not to mention all the employees are super nice! If you want great food and great service, come here!
All I really can say is wow! I passed by this place everyday for years and never bothered to stop, but finally did and it was beyond amazing, I had no idea. The shrimp and grits were good, but the shrimp had become mushy, so I didnt really like that part about it, but the crab mac and cheese was really good. The portions on the mac and cheese were too small for the price, but it was good so I enjoyed it. There were so many other places I didn't try, but I will be trying on the next visit!