This upscale steakhouse with a casual island vibe features Prime steaks (dry- and wet-aged in-house) and locally sourced seafood. Located in the top-tier Pelican Rest Marina, it also offers gorgeous views of Offatts Bayou from the dining room or terrace. We enjoyed a tender, juicy ribeye with a perfect crisp char and a delicate pan-seared snapper. When you’re picking sides, be sure to try the potato-and-onion au gratin. In keeping with the local feel, the restaurant’s name is a nod to the early nineteenth-century French pirate brothers, Jean and Pierre Lafitte, who agreed to spy for Spain under the collective nom de guerre Number Thirteen.