Amazing!!! I lived in Louisiana for 5 years and once I moved to Georgia I could never find authentic New Orleans cuisine until Henry’s. The food was amazing and I would recommend getting the Gumbo as an appetizer, it has a kick so be ready but it’s amazing. The flavor is great and tastes just like New Orleans. As an Entree I got the Crabmeat and Chicken Au Gratin and it was amazing, it helped fight the Gumbo heat and once again the flavors were amazing. Price- wise it averaged like $15 to $20 an Entree which isn’t bad and I went with a party of 3 people including me and in total we paid $60 not including the tip. The service was amazing also, our waiter came up right after we sat down asked for our drinks and asked if we wanted to know about the speacial of the day, he didn’t force it down our throats like most restaurants do. He was polite and always made sure we had anything we needed! Totally recommend Henry’s Louisiana Grill and I will always be going back 100%. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Acworth, Georgia, is one of many thriving communities just north of Atlanta. In the small, historic downtown, some of the premier chefs have set up shop away from the busy city. Most eateries have a focus on a gourmet, farm-to-table twist to southern comfort food classics. Instead of fried chicken and waffles, you'll find roasted chicken sausage on a crepe. Here, you can also find New Orleans fare like spicy seafood gumbo, oysters on the half shell, and fried shrimp po' boys. Fish is also popular. You'll find it blackened, fried, grilled, and even encrusted with parmesan cheese. Most restaurants have a full wine list filled with options from local wineries and craft beers that are brewed in the Atlanta area.