Hi everyone! We will be travelling to NOLA next weekend for 4 fun filled foodie days! This is not the first trip for us. We both went last year for our bachelorette/bachelor parties and had such a blast! Now that were expecting a little boy in April - we wanted to go back and do it right...the real foodie way. Below is a rough itinerary. The only thing booked is Commanders palace brunch. Im unsure of which of these restaurantrs to add : Clancy's (for the saturday), Brigstens (for the Saturday) or Cochon. Take a look below and feel free to critique or give your two cents! :) Would like to solidify any rezxo's I need to still make.
Friday arrive 10;30am:
Mother’s restaurant for lunch (jamabalaya, bread pudding, FERDI PO BOY, gumbo)
6pm Oysters dinner! Acme, Drago’s, Felix
Dinner: http://www.deanies.com/ crawfish for dinner
8/9PM Jazz bar Frenchman street http://www.yelp.ca/biz/preservation-h...
Hotel Monteleone – carousel bar!
Café du monde late night dessert
Commanders Palace for brunch -11am
Garden district walking tour http://www.frommers.com/destinations/...
Lafayette cemetery no1
Magazine street shopping: Zuka baby, baby Bump,
St Charles Avenue
Dinner reservations at CLANCY’s: ??????
Central Grocery for Mufaletta
BUS TOUR: 1:30PM pickup at Le Pavillion
http://www.cochonrestaurant.com/ - lousiana entrée/ DINNER
http://www.coopsplace.net/menu/index.... - late night dinner or snacks?
Stanleys for brunch
Explore french market Aunt Sally’s pralines / Southern candymakers (bring home)
Take the street car down St. Charles Avenue (check to make sure it is repaired and working by the time you get to NO http://www.norta.com/) stop at the Columns Hotel for a drink. Get back on, see all of the beautiful homes and get off on Oak Street. Two great bars in the first block, OAK and ALE. Further down the street is Jacques-Imos for dinner http://jacques-imos.com/ and the Maple Leaf for music
Late lunch/ http://jacques-imos.com/jacques-imos-...