Oysters, crawfish, gumbo, po'boys... the list goes on and on the Louisiana shoreline, fed by bayou and Gulf, and rich with remarkable culture and history. Add the great culinary city of New Orleans in to the mix, and you've got a veritable seafood dive mecca.
The good news: This 1919-vintage favorite still serves wonderful oysters and other great seafood from its original, tiled-inside-and-out Uptown storefront. The bad news: Casamento's follows the old oyster-house practice of closing during the warmest months (June through August). Cash only;