Planning another trip to my favorite city in the US.
When I'm not at Howlin Wolf for the Stomp I'll be making my way through the city eating and drinking like most folks who visit.
First meal will have to be at Domenica for the oxtail and fried chicken livers but as of now that's the only fast rule.
I read that Feast closed which is a stunner. I figured they'd have a good long run putting out soul food on the level they did.
Keep hearing about Mr. Ed's over in Metairie and am wondering if it's worth the trip out from the Marigny? What are the chances they'll have some soft shells in the freezer?
We're undergoing a coffee renaissance in Austin right now. Who's putting out a top flight cup in New Orleans?
What will the state of oysters be in Mid September? Anybody giving Casamento a run for their money?
Any cool bars near Howlin Wolf that I can dash into for a bit between sets? It's in the 900 block of Peters st.
Is Bar Tonique still at the top of the modern cocktail bars? Where are y'all getting your Dark n Stormys?
What's your favorite spot to eat in the Marigny? I love Yuki and will definitely be going there at least once but would like to try something new.
Is Dante's kitchen still putting out the best brunch in the city?
Thanks for the help.
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