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re: Finns to have MoPho chef making dishes at the bar
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 5:10 pm
[quote]What I don't like is the lack of options and true bar food.[/quote] Exactly. I heard that the person there after Boo Koo, and before the current person, left because Finn's was insisting on too much Irish food. I figured they'd be hard pressed to find a chef that would throw aside the...

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re: T-Bois Roll Call
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 5:08 pm
I'm jealous. By the time I got enough people to commit, they were out of RV spots. ...

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re: REVIEW - Toast
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 2:36 pm
Trust me, my croque madame wasn't healthy, but damn it was good....

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re: REVIEW - Toast
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 2:19 pm
The jalapeno cornbread with pulled pork at Coulis is yum....

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re: REVIEW - Toast
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 2:18 pm
[quote]- what is your opinion of the name / branding? [/quote] I hate the name. I like a name that is easy to search online, that isn't one word that is very common. I also hate the name Eat for the restaurant in the Quarter. I can't think of any place that I'd compare it to. It doesn't com...

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re: Finns to have MoPho chef making dishes at the bar
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 2:04 pm
I can definitely understand that. I prefer a little breading on my wings. Not a ton like hooters, but some breading. If Blue Oak put some breading on their wings, they would easily move into my top slot. Love going grab a few for their happy hour!...

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REVIEW - Toast
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 2:01 pm
I had the pleasure recently of having breakfast at Toast Uptown. Toast is located on Laurel Street at the old Laurel Street bakery location. Toast is less than a year old, and word has is definitely out on how good it is. I knew to arrive early, or I'd have a wait in front of me. We arrived at...

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re: REVIEW - Bayona
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 1:35 pm
[quote]IIRC, you haven't had many dining successes lately? [/quote] I've had a couple of successes lately...Coquette and Toast. Toast review coming up....

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re: REVIEW - Bayona
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 1:10 pm
That picture looks like what I got. How on earth can they describe that as sweetbreads with lemon caper butter??? For a French Quarter tour for non drinkers, I'd recommend an eating tour with maybe a stop at a few different places to sample some food...sharing plates. Some suggestions: D...

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re: Best BBQ around Austin Not Named Franklins?
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 1:00 pm
John Mueller's...

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re: Finns to have MoPho chef making dishes at the bar
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 12:57 pm
I wish MoPho well there. I think a lot will hinge on how much of the menu Stephen and Pauline insist on being "Irish" food. I know this has been an issue with others that have, or have wanted to take over the kitchen. As a whole, most people don't really care for Irish food when they're looking to...

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T-Bois Roll Call
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 12:54 pm
Anyone hitting up T-Bois this year? It was hella muddy last year, but still a great time. You just can't beat all you can eat and drink (beer), music, and camping for 2 nights for $132. I just got my tickets today! Whoop! ...

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REVIEW - Bayona
Posted by nikinik on 3/4 at 12:50 pm
Saturday night we had a group celebrating my good friend's bachelorette party. We wanted to start the evening with a nice dinner before the Bourbon street madness/scavenger hunt began. The dinner was at Bayona. I had been a couple of times, but honestly, it's been over 10 years since my last vi...

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re: REVIEW - Jacmel Inn
Posted by nikinik on 2/25 at 4:07 pm
Great tip about the Tuesday lunch pricing! We were considering Tope La, but she really wanted to go somewhere she'd never been. I've never been to Tope La. Sounds like a Tuesday night visit is in order!...

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re: REVIEW - Jacmel Inn
Posted by nikinik on 2/25 at 1:40 pm
I had heard that the Steakhouse is good....

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re: REVIEW - Coquette
Posted by nikinik on 2/25 at 1:23 pm
Upstairs didn't bother me the one time I ate up there, but then again, it was for brunch....

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re: REVIEW - Coquette
Posted by nikinik on 2/25 at 12:54 pm
Because I always post my Yelp reviews here and it's more detailed than my other post....

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REVIEW - Jacmel Inn
Posted by nikinik on 2/25 at 12:43 pm
I love my mamma dearly, so for her birthday, I wanted to take her out to a fancy pants dinner. We both wanted to try somewhere we'd never been, so we picked Jacmel Inn. Jacmel looks like it's in an old house, and it's so pretty. You walk down a winding path through a garden to reach the hous...

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REVIEW - Coquette
Posted by nikinik on 2/25 at 12:43 pm
Coquette is hands down my favorite restaurant in New Orleans. Why? Because the food is just that dern good! A dear friend of mine is moving away (insert tears here), so I wanted to take her out for a memorable meal before she heads out to Buffalo. We purposely arrived at the restaurant to ta...

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re: No More Happy Hour at Coquette
Posted by nikinik on 2/25 at 11:47 am
[quote]$12+ For craft style cocktails...[/quote] My Old Fashioned was $12. Nothing crafty about that. I do find the portion sizes to be small, but I expect that in a nice restaurant. I have no problem with the food prices, because it's damn good food, and I've never been disappointed in th...

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