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February 04, 2012

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Paul A. Tamburello, Jr.

Bill, great ideas for food in NOLA. I'm going to send this to a friend who just asked for suggestions.
I will definitely try Willa Mae's Scotch House for that fried chicken next time I visit New Orleans.

bill  Ives

Paul - be sure to go to Coop's Place also if you have not been and for high end food do not miss Patois.

Kristen Curtis

I also had thought that Jackson Square is a tourist place. Stanley's restaurant is indeed making well prepared food and the taste is actually stunning. I have included this restaurant in my list of places to trust because I have enjoyed my breakfast and their services. There are also restaurants that offer good services but not considering the health of every customer. These restaurants are now in competition and whoever will win can surely generate more profit.

kibby joe

the tasso cream at Coops place is good! i want to taste that. however im searching for restos that serve the best curried dishes here in new orleans. i wonder if there is any?

Bill Ives

Try Sara's at Riverbend. let me know how it goes.

Christina Green

When I travel, I don’t eat at expensive restaurants. My reason is that it can only make my budget short. I mean, that is a tip for everybody. Unless, your purpose for travelling is really for the food and not for the adventure.

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