Jager Haus German Bistro & Coffee Shop (Closed Permanently)

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Guten Tag
This worldly bistro is one of the only places you'll find Bavarian delights within city limits. Jager Haus also has a large selection of imported European beer. If you're not in a mood for treats from abroad there's always coffee.
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    • AK_Cruiser
      AK_Cruiser Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Jager Haus is closed
      The lease was not renewed and this restaurant is no longer in operation

    • SilverV
      SilverV Over a year ago
      Loves it

      German Food is new to me - but this was good!
      Just came back from New Orleans over the New Year celebration week. Jager-Haus is near our hotel, so we decided to give it a try (finally) for dinner. It was quite yummy. I was wondering what to order as I'm not familiar with everything. There was enough variety to find something for everyone. Desserts were delicious also. Thank you Yarda and staff. It was a very nice, relaxing dinner. Will try the breakfast next time. This time we were always up too late. (Yes - yes, drinking). Ha Ha! Can't wait to come back. It's not the standard New Orleans food, but it was a nice change of pace.

    • kgb_boi
      kgb_boi Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Les allemands la Nouvelle-Orlans
      Germans, Austrians and Swiss have always been present in the history of New Orleans. Ever since the days of the French explorers and the Spanish rule, German speaking people from Europe blended into the Cajun and Crole blend of the city. Once the Americans took over in 1804, Germans kept coming. There's even a region in Southeastern Louisiana called "Des Allemands" Or "of the Germans" in English. Suprisingly, with a large German-American population, this is the one and only German restaurant in New Orleans. It is worth a visit. In a city with overpriced places, where it seems as if you get the same thing in every restaurant, this German bistro is a welcome difference.

    • nastypig
      nastypig Over a year ago
      Loves it

      One of a kind
      Very tasty and filling German fare - casual atmosphere, reasonable prices

    • absolutcz
      absolutcz Over a year ago
      Loves it

      The only German restaurant in New Orleans
      Great place to go if you get tired of French, creole, and cajun food. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week. It's a coffee shop as well, serving Italian Lavazza coffee and pastries.