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New Orleans

Beignets, crawfish, po' boys, and more! Chowhounds tell us where to eat, drink, and experience the best in local culture down in the Big Easy.

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by eli bradley 22 years ago

having just become a "resident out-of-towner" in nyc after an extended (well, for me anyway) stint in new orleans, i'm still not quite convinced that nyc tops the big easy in terms of food quali...

Weather related, not food

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by JackS 19 years ago

What's the weather generally like in New Orleans in mid to late December? I'll be returning from Miami and a Caribbean cruise, and would like to limit the clothes I need to bring. I'm not plannin...

Thanksgiving Riverboat Cruise in New Orleans?

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by AJ Brazzil 19 years ago

I know it's a little late, but I'm looking for something special to do for a Thanksgiving dinner in New Orleans. I've heard there is a riverboat cruise with jazz, buffet, etc. Does anyone know an...

Great Little Uptown Restaurant

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by AJ Brazzil 19 years ago

I was in NO recently to help my daughter get set up for her Junior year at Loyola, and we discovered the Riverhouse Cafe & Bar. I remember the site fondly from my college time in New Orleans [hooh...

Cuvee Restaurant--Comments?

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by chopin 19 years ago

I will be traveling to NO in 4 days and I have heard of a new restaurant called Cuvee might be a hdden gem. Are there any comments from the ChowHound gang on this one?

Soul Food in NOLA

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by Sarah 19 years ago

When we moved here 2 1/2 years ago from Los Angeles I was surprised to find such a lack of what I consider traditional soul food in this city. I've heard a few suggestions, have tried a few, but h...

Are crawfish "in season" in late october?

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by Stan 19 years ago

Planning a late october visit to NO and Cajun Country and would like to do some serious eating. Are crawfish "in season" in late October. Would also like to know if such other favorites as pompan...

MOSCA'S- Still wonderful?

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by allison9090 19 years ago

Will be heading Nawlins in a few months w/my man- a former resident some yrs ago. He remembers Mosca's as being a sublime experience - does anyone know if its still as good as it was a decade ago???

GOOD CAJUN RESTAURANTS IN NEW ORLEANS

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by mable 19 years ago

Coming from Cajun Country and travelling to New Orleans & would like to taste some authentic cajun food in New Orleans. Any suggestions as to good restaurants?

Sporting House

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by LauraMc 19 years ago

I've been hearing good reports about this place from my friends. Have any of you been? I hear they have a great selection of summer salads. What's your favorite if you've have any?

Mr. B's Bistro Report

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by Dave Feldman 19 years ago

A good restaurant can truly alter one's consciousness. AFter a miserable taxi ride to JFK and an almost as miserable flight, I arrived at my hotel at 9, hungry, hostile, and still bobbing from the ...

Jacques-Imo's

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by Alan Freed 19 years ago

My wife and I just returned from a trip to New Orleans. In addition to enjoying superb meals at Bayona, Clancy's, and Uglesich's, special praise belongs to Jacques-Imo's. We went there on Wednesda...

NOLA in November

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by Gerri 19 years ago

Hi, I realize it's a bit early to ask this but I've just booked a long weekend in NOLA for first few days of November and I'm excited. Is it possible to sit outside at that time of year? I'd like...

nolafood

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by kwood443@aol 19 years ago

i was there in the 70's and the food still sounds as good as it was then. i can not believe uglesich's is still there. when i was going to lsuno, i worked for usda downtown and a old man would br...

best bets in New Oreans from a local who knows

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by christine 19 years ago

Camellia Grill-Carrollton and St. Charles Ave., Uptown, right on the streetcar line- oh my god, this is the best diner-type food around. The waiters serve you at an old time counter and cooks make ...

Last minute Jazz Fest recommendations?

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by Lisa Z 19 years ago

Help! I'm leaving tomorrow for my first trip to New Orleans. Would love some recommendations for dinners, food to try at the Fairgrounds, any thing else I "must see" or eat or drink or do. Th...

CHOE IN N.O.

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by IVAN STOLER 19 years ago

JUST GOT BACK FROM N.O. YESTERDAY. AS USUAL SID-MAR'S OF BUCKTOWN WAS REALLY GOOD. HAD CRAWFISH,THEY ARE SMALL THIS YEAR. SOFTSHELL CRAB, UMM GOOD. MY ONLY COMPLAINT IS THAT THEY DON'T HAVE GOOD BE...

Neophytes in NOLA

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by Alan 19 years ago

My wife and I will be in your town for a few days right after Memorial Day. I'm attending a conference, so we're staying at the Riverside Hilton. Neither one of us has been there before, and I'm ...

New Orleans Summary

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by Dave Feldman 19 years ago

My last few days in New Orleans are a blur, partly because I'm tired and wiped out after a turbulent flight home, and partly because the last several days involved leading large groups to restauran...

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