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Old January 23rd, 2015, 06:53 PM
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Nola restraunts?

Any must eat french quarter or nearby restraunts?
Me and my wife are here for a few days.....

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Old January 23rd, 2015, 06:55 PM
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Any must eat french quarter or nearby restraunts?
Me and my wife are here for a few days.....

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Larson will know...he loves that place!
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Old January 23rd, 2015, 07:01 PM
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No one place it's all good... Anywhere I've been in NO is a blast! Where are you staying?
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Any must eat french quarter or nearby restraunts?
Me and my wife are here for a few days.....

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I live here. And have a spending problem. pm'd.
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Old January 23rd, 2015, 07:04 PM
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Staying at the new queen and crescent.

Already ate at peche last night.
Had "cane and table" for an early dinner today.
Was looking at coquette and sylvane tonight....

Had beignets already twice....

Stopped at spitfire coffee.....
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Old January 23rd, 2015, 07:29 PM
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for future reference, this is part of what i just sent to Kolton

Old school Nola spots:
Arnaud's (french quarter)
Antoine's (french quarter)
Galatoire's (french quarter)
Commander's Palace (uptown)

Other Notables (within walking distance):
Herbsaint
Restaurant August (kinda fancier, but awesome)
NOLA
Felix's (locally preferred alternative to ACME, killer oysters)
Bayona
Sylvain
Doris
Le foret

Other Notables (not walking distance):
Coquette* (garden district)
Lillette* (garden district)
Patois (uptown)
Clancy's (uptown)
Oxalis (in the bywater)
Dick & Jenny's (uptown)

Cool Bars (walking distance):
Cane & Table (swanky)
Cellar Door (swanky)
Kerry's Pub (just irish)
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop (old school)
All of Frenchmen street, best music in city

Cool Bars (not walking distance):
Bacchanal in Bywater (in my opinion, a must see if weather is good)
Dos Jefes Cigar Bar (uptown, awesome jazz)

If anyone is ever in NOLA, feel free to reach out as i have accounts at some of these restaurants
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The place you really have to visit is Rover Down South. Its just 10 - 15 minutes from the french quarter. Call George first and see if he is available for visitors.
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There is this small restaurant in the warehouse(?) quarter that decked out in surf/beach decor that is run by two surfers, I think. Awesome food, good music, tons of fun. Just cant remember the name of the place, lol.
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All these suggestions are legit. Also check out the heat map on NOLA eater


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for future reference, this is part of what i just sent to Kolton

Old school Nola spots:
Arnaud's (french quarter)
Antoine's (french quarter)
Galatoire's (french quarter)
Commander's Palace (uptown)

Other Notables (within walking distance):
Herbsaint
Restaurant August (kinda fancier, but awesome)
NOLA
Felix's (locally preferred alternative to ACME, killer oysters)
Bayona
Sylvain
Doris
Le foret

Other Notables (not walking distance):
Coquette* (garden district)
Lillette* (garden district)
Patois (uptown)
Clancy's (uptown)
Oxalis (in the bywater)
Dick & Jenny's (uptown)

Cool Bars (walking distance):
Cane & Table (swanky)
Cellar Door (swanky)
Kerry's Pub (just irish)
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop (old school)
All of Frenchmen street, best music in city

Cool Bars (not walking distance):
Bacchanal in Bywater (in my opinion, a must see if weather is good)
Dos Jefes Cigar Bar (uptown, awesome jazz)

If anyone is ever in NOLA, feel free to reach out as i have accounts at some of these restaurants
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Just don't leave the state without eating boudin, tasso, crawfish bisque, rice and gravy, a shrimp po'boy and a muffaletta or two. Go listen to some live music and dance with the locals. You just have to do that. Mais yeah sha!!
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There is this small restaurant in the warehouse(?) quarter that decked out in surf/beach decor that is run by two surfers, I think. Awesome food, good music, tons of fun. Just cant remember the name of the place, lol.

Haha sounds great! Just wish I knew the name.....
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Eating now at sylvain......
Wow good is amazing!
Definetly a great choice
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I was there when I was 17 in the late 90's with my parents. The things I saw in the windows and on the streets left quite an impression.
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I second both Arnauds (true old school Creole) and August. Was there the week before last. And the Maple Leaf out by Tulane for a beer and music.
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I always have breakfast at Brennan's. Always ��
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Had breakfast at stanleys this morning..... Banana foster french toast!
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For the true feel of Nwalins, try Antoines
http://www.antoines.com/

Where they came up with oysters Rockefeller, the devils coffee, etc. They have one hell of a wine cellar as well.



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Had breakfast at stanleys this morning..... Banana foster french toast!
Next time you two need to stay at my favorite hotel in NO, http://www.windsorcourthotel.com/ . They will even accommodate a D90! lol...
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Court of the Two Sisters. Can't remember what street it on.

Too bad Brennan's is closed. It was exceptional. The inventor of banana foster.
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Too bad Brennan's is closed. It was exceptional. The inventor of banana foster.
What do you mean "closed"? renovated and under new management maybe but the same guy who has made banana fosters for me for eight years is still there
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