The rest of my notes from the weekend:
Brocato's will reopen but it may be a year or so down the road before they are actually up and running.
Mr. Casamento died the night of the storm, but his niece and nephew will reopen - the plywood message board said Nov. 15th.
There was a lot of damage at Mosca's - the out buildings right behind the restuarant were destroyed but are being rebuilt. No word on when they might reopen.
I went to my office and cleaned out my desk to bring my things to Houston, as I will be there until late February as it now stands. When I left I noticed that Huey's 24/7 was open.
Ditcharo's on Carondelet and Girod is open with the usual limited menu.
Commerce Restaurant is scheduled to reopen tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 2. Limited menu: po-boy's only.
A few P.J.'s are open, Frank tells me that my regular stand on Magazine is now scheduled to open Wednesday, Nov. 2. A few C.C.'s are open also.
P.J.'s on Tchoupitoulas in the River Market and the one at Girod and Camp are open but with short hours. Not sure but probably not open after 5 p.m.
Apparently it's hard to get breakfast uptown. Frank is staying in our new house and will cook his own since his wench of all work is living in Houston.
Venezia's has opened out in the suburbs somewhere and promises to reopen on Carrollton as soon as possible (who knows how long that is. That area is totally eerie after dark.
It's All Saints Day, let's remember the recently departed with a prayer.