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3 Days & 2 nights in NOLA...too many choices too little time

so here it is:

friday- late lunch/snack at cochon butcher then late dinner at august

saturday- early lunch at parkway bakery and tavern for poboys then late dinner at stella

sunday- surrey's for breakfast

what does anyone think of stella's or cuvee?

Oct 24, 2010
chefbaltz in New Orleans

3 Days & 2 nights in NOLA...too many choices too little time

We will eat light at breakfast or have brunch, then really late dinners (after 8pm).
We've eaten at Commander's and Galatoire's so we are looking for something different this time 'round.

Here's where I'm at:

friday late lunch/snack- Cochon Butcher

friday late dinner- August

saturday breakfast/lunch- Stanley's/Surrey/poboy place

saturday dinner- Cuvee/Stella

sunday breakfast- Surrey's/Stanley's/other

we have reservations at Cuvee, but I'm not seeing where many people are thrilled with it. is Stanley's/Surrey a good place for a poboy? Stanley's for lunch or Stella for Dinner and skip Cuvee?

Oct 23, 2010
chefbaltz in New Orleans

3 Days & 2 nights in NOLA...too many choices too little time

Thanks so much! We will have a car, as we are driving down from Memphis. If you could pick any two restaurants to eat at in NOLA what would they be? Would you pick Stella and August or different ones? We aren't stuck on those two.

Oct 23, 2010
chefbaltz in New Orleans

3 Days & 2 nights in NOLA...too many choices too little time

We are having a weekend away from kids in NOLA and are staying at the Sheraton FQ. We currently have reservations at Cuvee, Stella, and August. Yes, I know we are double-booked, but looking for some help in deciding. Definintely doing Mothers for lunch or breakfast one day. Looking at Cochon and Bayona too for possible lunches. Looking at Stanley, Mother's, and EAT for breakfast. Needing help with dinner decisions (fine dining for 2 nights), lunch decisions (casual/moderate/fine 3 days), and breakfast decisions (2 days). HELP! Too many choices too little time.

Oct 23, 2010
chefbaltz in New Orleans