We were on the ground floor of Commander's, in what I guessed to be the Garden room,(We walked through the kitchen and the courtyard).
Already looking forward to returning to the Crescent City!
I once eat at at Galatoire's solo.....they were really good at giving me lots of friendly attention without going over the top.
I might choose a place less formal, with a lot of energy and a good *vibe*.
ps...Why not consider posting a request for Chowhounder's company?
We just returned from a long weekend trip to New Orleans...not the first...not the last.
All I can add to the volume of reviews is how much fun it is.
I had wondered if the atmosphere might be too stiff and formal to my liking...not in the least.
I guess to reiterate..don't worry about not having a tie or polished shoes at Commander's.
Other minor notes...We tried to go to Charlie's,after reading that it was owned by Brigsten,and found it closed on the Monday following the Superbowl..call to make sure they're open.
Dick and Jenny's was recommended to us by a local...We didn't try it this time,but we did locate it and it looks promising. At that time we enjoyed a 1/2 hour wander through the
We also visited the outdoor food market open one day of the week out by Audobon Park..
Good Morning All...well, weather changes the best laid plans...We're leaving Buffalo
Hi...My spouse and I are staying in Boston July 4 through 7th,at the Onyx Hotel.
On July 5th we plan to get together with an old friend whom I haven't seen in years.
Lastly,are there any staple or fun foods that we shouldn't miss trying,(or at least knowing about?) I'm thinking of wood fired bagels and poutine from Montreal,here.
Thanks for your suggestions...