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2 N.O Steak resturants

E. Jenkins | Apr 21, 200312:50 PM     9

Have been on a low fat diet for 25 years or so. Anyway every year or 2 I cheat and go out and have a big steak. Usually go up here on the Northshore or Baton Rouge a few times. Havn't had a steak in New Orleans in years, anyway, last week I decided my yearly cheat was going to be at my favorite New Orleans Steak house, The Beef Baron. When I arrived on Canal st.,I saw it was no longer there, so then I went to my other favorite, Nancy's out on Jefferson Highway. Same thing, so I ate some nice crawfish and crabs on the street that leads to the Casino boat. Pretty good. When I got home I looked in a New Orleans telephone book, which is what I should have done to begin with and did not see either The Beef Baron or Nancy's listed. Am I correct in assuming that they are no longer in business? I recall reading that Frank's on Ferret St had closed a while ago, but how about Cresent City and Charlie's? I see they are still in the book. Worth a trip to either one? Thank you for an opinion.

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