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Private Room in restaurant for potentailly disastrous wedding party

I'm told that Coop's Place has great fried chicken. The rednecks should love this dive, but the Jewish folks may turn up their noses (no pun intended). Just outside the FQ, Luke has an excellent happy hour with 1/2 price drinks and $0.25 oysters from 3-6 p.m. daily. Can't beat that with a stick.

Feb 02, 2010
wwhite in New Orleans

The Best Thing You Ever Ate: New Orleans

Just about anything at the old Uglesich's

Feb 02, 2010
wwhite in New Orleans

Returning to NO - suggestions please

My wife and I are returning to N.O. for the first time since 2003. We will be staying in the FQ and would like to walk to most of the restaurants which we plan to visit. In the past, we dined at Bayona (our favorite), Emeril’s (our meals were outstanding), NOLA (very good experience), Peristyle (lovely experience although I understand Anne K. left town), K-Pauls (solid meal), Brigtsen’s (wonderful food), Mr. B’s (great BBQ shrimp), Galatoire’s (disappointing experience), Acme Oyster (fun), Uglesich’s (outstanding but now closed), Commander’s Palace (quite good), Brennan’s (nice breakfast), GW Fins (solid meal), and Cobalt (just fair).
We plan to have dinner at August and Stella!. We also are thinking about returning to Bayona, Emeril's and Mr. B's for lunch (for some reason, I don't see Bayona mentioned much on this board). Le Meritage is a possibility. For a couple of dives we are thinking about Acme and/or Coop's. Where else should we consider and/or what should we try again? Thanks so much.

Feb 01, 2010
wwhite in New Orleans