We are visiting for the first time at the end of November for 5 days. Major ambition is eating and drinking well. I've done quite a bit of research and have made some reservations. I've chosen places mostly based on what I've read here and menus that appealed. We'll be 4 people and tend to go for sharing multiple appetizers/plates so are fine with visiting a few places for snacks and drinks and moving on. DH has a keen interest in fine bitter cocktails. I have been looking for good wine/liquor stores and shops for purchasing local products (visiting from Canada) as well and haven't found much so any recommendations would be appreciated. We're staying in the CBD and plan to do a lot of walking.
Night 1(Wed): Herbsaint
Day 2: Wandering with visits to Cassamento's and Domenica happy hour
Day 3: Dinner at Peche
Day 4: Brunch at Coquette, evening at Bacchanal? Three Muses? Both?
Day 5: Commander's Palace brunch.
Day 6: Lunch at Cochon Butcher with take away for the flight home.
Is that too much Link? Was thinking of changing Peche but we'd like to eat lots of seafood//fish. Other places considered: La Petit Grocery, Dominique's, Tableau, Luke, Boucherie, Mr B's.
Bars we hope to visit: Arnaud's, Bellocq, Sazerac Bar, French 75, Kingfish
Hopefully our livers make it through the trip..... Thanks for the assistance!
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