Diners, Food

We watched Gordon Ramsay rip Trolley Stop to bits, and we have questions

No one goes to Trolley Stop for nachos, right?

Wednesday night, New Orleanians gathered around the TV, smartphones in hand, to watch Gordan Ramsay rip 24-hour diner Trolley Stop to bits.

But, like so many of you, we have questions. Sure, we get the issues with management and ownership trickle down. But really, does anyone order nachos at Trolley Stop?

We also think they should have gone around 2 a.m. on a Saturday, when every single table is full, and everyone is too drunk to care that it took an hour to get your food.

(Psst…we went to lunch there after the makeover. Click here to see what happened.)

But we digress. Here’s what you guys had to say about the Season 2 premiere of Fox’s “24 Hours to Hell and Back” featuring The Trolley Stop:

Also, the restaurant managed to get in a social media tiff with NOLA.com columnist Jarvis DeBerry, who dined there after the filming. DeBerry chronicled his experience with a “deconstructed po-boy”.

Here was the restaurant’s response:

Curiously, the 24-hour joint was closed the night the show aired…


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1923 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
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Mon 7am–3pm
Tue-Wed Closed
Thu-Sun 7am–3pm
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