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Courting fine food

Our last night in New Orleans, we had dinner at one of the great, old-time NOLA restaurants, the Court of Two Sisters.

The Court of Two Sisters has been around for ages.   462 more words

Dinner at Dickies

There is  a reason things seemed familiar–we were having dinner at Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse, two blocks from the Marriott, and I noticed that the bread came in a wrapper with the logo of the Palace Cafe and the Bourbon House as well as Brennan’s and another restaurant or two–they are all owned by the same company, all run in the same manner.   393 more words


I'm still on the trail

Not every meal can be a feast.  Mike and I went to dinner Sunday at Cafe Giovanni, right around the corner from the hotel.  It’s an old building, and the brick walls in the dining room make for loud and painful acoustics. 249 more words


Red Fish

I wanted to work in a Dr. Seuss reference with One fish, Two fish, Red fish………………….and I couldn’t do it.  Let’s just say we had dinner at Red Fish Grill on Bourbon Street. 461 more words


Friday night I made a reservation for Sally and myself at SoBou, a very modern dining establishment just 2 blocks up from the hotel.  Then Mike called and said he would join us.   684 more words

Nola Eats: The Best & Worst

Choosing restaurants is difficult in New Orleans, especially if you have limited time to visit.

There are so many.

You want to try them all. 1,479 more words


Breakfast at the Palace Cafe

New Orleans is just amazing–you can get really good food early or late, in a white tablecloth restaurant on the main street which is crowded with people getting drunk early and often because it is St. 257 more words