New Orleans February 13, 2019
This Hidden Gem Restaurant Needs To Go On Every New Orleanian’s Bucket List
One of the best things about living in New Orleans is the many different restaurants you can choose from. No matter what you’re craving, there’s a restaurant nearby that’s serving just that. Just a short drive from New Orleans lies a delightful little seafood restaurant that needs to go on every New Orleanian’s bucket list. Let’s check it out.
You’ll find Station 6 tucked away over in the Bucktown neighborhood of Metairie.
Station 6 was established 2016 by Alison Vega-Knoll and her husband Drew. Alison is a native New Orleanian who has many years of experience working in restaurants around the city, and she brings unique flavors to her dishes that you just won't find anywhere else.
This delightful little hidden gem is just the ticket for when you’re craving some amazing seafood.
Friendly and casual, Station 6 is perfect for a meet up with friends or a family dinner. Whatever the occasion, Station 6 is the perfect setting.
Take advantage of their outdoor patio.
The weather is perfect for enjoying a meal outdoors.
Chef Alison has curated an incredible menu featuring local seafood.
Pictured above is their American red snapper with a crawfish pilaf and smoked tomato butter.
If you like oysters, you can’t pass up their fried oyster BLT
This monster po’boy comes dressed with their special 6 sauce and a heaping amount of fries.
Or their charbroiled oyster pasta.
With French bread and topped with parmesan cheese, you’ll be wanting to lick the plate it’s so good.
There’s also an assortment of sandwiches, salads, fish, and steak options, too. Something for everyone.
Like their kale salad, pictured above. Delicious kale topped with goat cheese, grilled corn, sweet onions, pistachios, and tomatoes with a roasted poblano vinaigrette. Yum!
You can find Station 6 at 105 Old Hammond Hwy, Metairie, Louisiana 70005.
They're open for lunch and dinner Tuesday-Sunday, closed on Mondays.
Have you ever dined at Station 6? Share your experience in the comments below!