Uneventful food and bad employers.
I would not eat at either Felix's. They use cheap products (such as crawfish from Chinese) and they do not treat their employees well. Support other more community minded restaurants instead.
This French Quarter seafood institution now flourishes in the busy Uptown restaurant district.. In Short Fans of the original Felix's Oyster Bar--the French Quarter standby shuttered by Hurricane Katrina --will relish the chance to indulge in Louisiana classics in now-booming Uptown. The space lacks the generations-old funk, but maintains an unfussy neighborhood vibe that suits its new locale. Po-boys, fried seafood and the obligatory oysters on the half shell are standard offerings, with a few salads and Cajun specialties such as jambalaya, crawfish etouffee.