Also be aware that the folks at Waterfront (abbreviated WTF—WTF?) are not stingy with french fries. Available sprinkled with garlic, Old Bay, or chili spice (or just plain), they dwarf whatever else is on the plate, be it two mild catfish tacos ($9) full up with strands of lime-marinated cabbage and a fresh tomato-avocado salsa or the smoked beef brisket ($14), whose hot and mustardy Carolina barbecue sauce will send you back to your beer. Our server touted the burgers and rightly so. Although the menu doesn’t announce the beef’s pedigree, it’s good meat (though the tendency is to err on the side of rare), and a NOLA burger, smothered in bourbon brown-sugar mushrooms, caramelized onions, and Swiss cheese, makes you wish more places were revisiting this classic combo (Hardee’s mushroom swiss anyone?).