New Orleans, LA 70115
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Located on the hip and affluent Magazine Street, on the southwest side of town, this place packs a blue collar charm mixed with some interesting variations on tradition.
Part bar, part restaurant, you will find a no-frills interior, with well positioned TV's to watch the game. Whatever game that may be.
The three standouts here are the "peacemaker," the fried chicken livers and slaw, and the root beer glazed Chisesi's ham and cheese. The peacemaker was so named because blues musicians, being men after my own heart, used to be out until all hours of the morning. So they would bring home one of these to appease their significant other. A splendid idea.
Oh, and the super thin onion rings. Hot damn these were addictive.
The beef and cheese fries didn't hurt either. My God I am fat.
We had a couple of people eating together, so they graciously brought out a sampler.
The "peacemaker" contained fried oysters, bacon, and cheddar cheese. Indulgent and delicious.
The fried chicken livers and slaw had . . . chicken livers and slaw.
However the grand champion of them all was undoubtedly the root beer ham. My lord. The glaze on the ham was sweet and deep, and the ham thinly sliced, tender, with just the right amount of salt.
This was such a unique combo, and would be my #1 go-to order for my next trip to Mahony's. Which should be in a couple months. I can't wait.