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Tulane grad finally returning--and only one dinner to plan!

lacontessa | Feb 4, 201104:41 PM     13

After many years, am finally getting a chance to return to New Orleans. Problem is that have only one meal to plan--next Monday night. We are having most meals at the Hotel Monteleone where our two-day meeting will be held, and one dinner out at Brennan's. I remember fondly Camellia Grill, Mother's, Cafe du Monde, red beans and rice, bread pudding, bananas foster etc. I know that much has changed (haven't been back since before Katrina) but so have I (now have to avoid wheat and corn). I did request that we get red beans and rice as part of one of our hotel meals, but, forgot to request bananas foster (I know corny, but, do love those flambe desserts). With so many restaurants, how to choose my one dinner out? A place that is walking distance from the Hotel Monteleone would be great. Was wondering about GW Fins or Antoine's. Any suggestions?

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Camellia Grill
626 S Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, LA 70118

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