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Need Dining and Bar Suggestions for my Mardi Gras Destination Wedding

MardiGrasBride11 | Jan 26, 2011 12:01 PM

Hi, I am getting Married over Mardi Gras (I know most of you think I am crazy!) I am originally from New Orleans and we try to venture back for Mardi Gras as often as we can (its been two years). I am in need of some help with a dining / bar itinerary for my out of town guests. We are all staying in the french quarter. Any suggestions would be extremely helpful! This is all I have so far.

Tuesday, March 1st
Lunch Spot: Johnnys Po-boys
Dinner Spot: ?

Wednesday, March 2nd
Breakfast Spot:
Dinner: Jacques-Imo's
Drink: Hotel Montelone Carousel Bar

Thursday, March 3rd
Breakfast Spot:
Dinner: Acme Oyster House
Drink: Need a cool bar for a group to meet up at
Bouche Wine Bar or Funky Pirate?

Friday, March 4th
Wedding Day
Drink: Need an after Wedding Bar
I was thinking Loa at Internatinal House or Muriels Bar

Saturday, March 5th
Brunch/Lunch Spot: Something Uptown
We are going to catch a spot for the parade after on st charles

Sunday, March 6th
Best Early Sunday Brunch Spot

Monday, March 6th
Dinner: Somewhere Romantic for Newlyweds

We are a younger group in our 30's and want to experience great food and good drinks. Some of my thoughts Franky & Johnnys, Maple Leaf Bar, Roof Top Bar on the Omni Royal Sonesta, Three Muses, Clancys, Le Phane at Loft 523, Eat, The Columns Hotel..Sounds Like I need more Restaurants:)

Acme Oyster House
724 Iberville St, New Orleans, LA 70130

Jacques-Imo's Cafe
8324 Oak St, New Orleans, LA 70118

Franky & Johnny's Restaurant
321 Arabella St, New Orleans, LA 70115

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