We're coming back to NOLA in a few weeks. way, way, WAY excited as the cuisine you serve is not found anywhere in our vicinity(yes, we're from up North). Try as they might, no one prepares food like they do in New Orleans: pecan pie isn't the same, the gumbo sucks here and Po-Boy what? Non-existent.
So, please tell me where I should go. Last year we went to Bayona, The Praline Connection, Iris, The Commander's Palace, Acme Oyster Bar, Central Grocery, Cafe Maspero, and The old Coffee Pot.
We've got reservations at Cochon and Stella.
wondering about a few places: Herbsaint, Restaurant August, Jacques Imo(really want true fried chicken.). Last time we were there, heard about a breakfast place called Mama's. and is the Bluebird Cafe still closed for good?
Just would looooove your reco's for wherever you think the food is wonderful. as you can tell, we're an eclectic bunch, so white or blue tablecloth is welcome, as long as our stomachs are delighted.