A restaurant in the New Orleans French Quarter had a few uninvited guests over for dinner. Unidentified guests are heard talking while rats scurried over countertops as well as the food prep area of the unnamed riverside restaurant.

Rodents and Riverside restaurants are no strangers to one another, but the people who witnessed the rats told us they've worked in restaurants—and based off of what they saw on the cutting board, the restaurant could have made a better effort when it comes to cleanliness.

I would imagine that restaurants along the Mississippi River in New Orleans know about the extra effort that it requires to fight off rats and other critters that call the French Quarter home. Comedian Hannibal Burress actually has a stand-up bit explaining this exact situation.

Are rats in a restaurant a dealbreaker, or do you make an exception for those located along a river?