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Eating New Orleans dry...

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Eating New Orleans dry...

chef_eats | Jun 1, 2007 09:12 AM

This is my first post here on Chowhound!

I'm a chef here in New Orleans and I know a lot of the chefs around the city.. But I feel like I'm eating the city dry. I've eaten everywhere and everything.. Vietnamese, Creole, Cajun, French, Italian, Poboys, Crawfish, Pizzas... etc..

List of Places I've already eaten: (off the top of my head)
Stella, August, La Provence, Cochon, Herbsaint, Bayonna, K Pauls, GwFins, La Petite Grocery, Pho Tau Bay, Tanh Dinh, Kims, 9 Roses, Frosty's, Mother's, Zoe, Cafe Du Monde, Morning Call, Puccinos, Zea, Cuvee, Palace Cafe, Kanno, Rock n Sake, Horinoya, Sake, Dragos, Muriels, Baccos, Andreas... ok I'm going to cut it off there. It was getting obnoxious.. lol

Anyways... Any recommendations? I'm tired of the same ol' food, and I know that the menus are constantly changing but I'm in search of something new.. Anything?

-Allen
http://www.xanga.com/chef_eats

does that count as the "Sig"?

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