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Last meals in NOLA - with transportation restrictions.

pouletsecret | Jan 27, 2010 04:49 PM

I'd like to start by thanking the many knowledgeable and gracious posters who make this city such a welcoming place to visitors like myself. Thank you. (You know who you are!)

I've been here since the cold snap earlier this month, and have eaten at (in approximately chronological order:

Café du monde, Café Amélie, Joey K's, Mr. B's (x2), Two Sisters, Cochon,
Acme, Cochon Butcher, Luke, Boulangérie, K-Paul's, Bozo's, Antoine's, Red Fish Grill, Commander's Palace, Lucky Dog, Stanley, Parkway Bakery, Rivershark Tavern, Walker's Southern BBQ, Today's Ketch, Ignatius, Herbsaint and Camellia Grill.

I'm here until Sunday, but Thursday and Friday will be my only two real eating days. That said, I'd prefer to eat lunch someplace that is open for lunch (this has proved challenging!) and off the beaten path (I'm tooling around by bicycle), and I'd like dinner to be accessible by bus or streetcar. I was looking at maybe Elizabeth's and Liuzza (either) for lunch, and Brigtsen's, Mila, August, Clancy's or ... for dinner.

Of course, as with the rest of my trip, I expect my plans will fly out the window and I'll wind up playing everything by ear, but I thought I'd solicit a few thoughts.

Any takers?

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