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New Orleans in February/ Krewe Du Vieux parade

kcarucci0623 | Jan 23, 202008:37 AM     7

We are coming to New Orleans for fun and staying in at the Mazarin in the French Quarter over Boheme and Krewe du Vieux parades. Plan is to stay within walking distance most nights, but want to head out on Thursday evening for a nice dinner. I have reservations at Clancy's, Gris Gris and Jaques Imos, (Which one?) then we would go to le bon temps/Soul Rebels for music, but also looking at the bywater, American Bistro and Bacchanal Wine and Vaughn's for music. I need to confirm our reservations and need to make decisions. Any Restaurants we shouldn't miss? What French Quarter reasonably priced places? Is Bourbon House good for oysters or should we go to Felix, I want to try Buchon Butcher for lunch any other great stand out places? We want to go on the Nanchez one afternoon (no Food) is it worth it?. we are looking at a dinner at Adolpho's on Frenchman but they don't take reservations and Sunday we are going to Treme should we go to Lil Dizzy's or Dooky Chase? there is a second line 12:00-4:00 somewhere and Kermitt Ruffins for music later. Still open to any ideas for food and music. Thanks!

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