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I want to eat everything.

Adrienne | Jun 9, 2005 11:31 PM

Hi all,

In just over a week I am moving to New Orleans. I have been a chowhounder for years on the Philadelphia board, and I'm completely addicted to it. I have been perusing your recent posts and compiling for myself a huge list of restaurants I want to try.

If you could please let me know of my omissions and my miscategorizations (I used Zagat to estimate costs) I would greatly appreciate it. I have purposely not listed steakhouses because I'm not big on steak (though I do eat meat), and I am avoiding most places that exclusively sell baked goods or deep fried food (too dangerous).

Also, any fat-trimming of my list would be appreciated, though I am interested in hitting every restaurant y'all like, at least, eventually. Also, if anyone can recommend more ethnic restaurants, I really like Asian. And spicy.

Thank you all in advance -- I am so excited about my upcoming gustatory adventures!

Adrienne

*Maybe for when my folks visit*
commander's palace
galatoire's
Brigtsens
stella
august
cuvee
peristyle
brennan's
arnaud
anotine's
Pelican Club

*I think I could afford brunch*
gabrielle
herbsaint
Court of two sisters
Bacco
Red Fish Grill
Marigny
mr.b's
rio mar
Irene's
dick and jenny's
Cafe Giovanni
the bank
Marisol
upperline
Clancy's
Mat and Naddies
Pascal's Manale BBQ shrimp
Lilette
Windsor Court

*Saturday night normal*
siamese (metairie)
sukho thai (marigny)
dante's
Napoleon House
lulu's
Crepe Nanou
tommy's
Maux Bar
Byblos
mike anderson's
mandina's
Sid-Mar's
Bon Ton
Mimi's
Drago's charred oysters

*Actually inexpensive*
the kitchen
parasols
sweet olive cafe
central grocery
Parkway Bakery
Pho Tau Bay
Rene's
Two Sister's Kitchen
Willie Mae's Scotch House
Juans
Camelia Grill
Frankie & Johnny's

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