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Arbengal
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Best three Lafayette restaurants?

Headed that way and need some assistance please


cwill
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
French Press, Italian Market and.....Chris' Poboy.


charlied
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
what do you want to eat?


PBeard
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
Pamplona
judice inn
T-Coons


Arbengal
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
Not sure just needed some opinions. Appreciate the feedback


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Paul Allen
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
Charley G's



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yellowfin
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
Charlie G's
Pamplona
Vermillionville
Poorboy's Riverside Inn


it would help for you to give an idea of what kind of restaurant you're looking for


cwill
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
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judice inn
T-Coons


He asked for the three best not the worst.


Paul Allen
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
Woods and Water was good back in 2002



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yellowfin
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
quote:

quote:
judice inn
T-Coons



He asked for the three best not the worst.


chris' poboy's?

quote:

Woods and Water was good back in 2002


I still have a gift card if they ever reopen
This post was edited on 11/14 at 11:50 am


Paul Allen
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
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I still have a gift card if they ever reopen




Didn't they close like 6 years ago?



yellowfin
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Didn't they close like 6 years ago?




right after they sold all their christmas giftcards


charlied
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
Po Boys Riverside Inn
Mazen
Charlie G's
Phares
Bella Figura


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glassman
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
Wait for an answer from coolpapaboze. That will be the correct one. He might not actually list three.


yellowfin
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
I doubt he gives one, he's never said anything good about a restaurant in lafayette.


glassman
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
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he's never said anything good about a restaurant in lafayette.


That is not true. But, his knowledge and understanding of food and wine is pretty unquestionable. I don't understand why he retired to Lafayette instead of NO.


coolpapaboze
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I doubt he gives one, he's never said anything good about a restaurant in lafayette.

Awww, that's not true, I've said a few good things. I'm probably not the best person to ask though as I don't go out to dinner much in Lafayette anymore. There are plenty of places that I think are okay, but when I go out to eat, I want more than that, which I think is consistent with what most people expect. I think Charlie G's is good, I've had lunch there four or five times in the last few months and it's been good every time. Riverside inn is good, Maeson Noodle house is good, and I like Pimon Thai. Lafayette's strength is plate lunch places and there are a bunch of those that are good. Country Cuisine, Lauras, T-Coon's are all solid spots for plate lunches.

But if I had to pick the three best restaurants in town, it would probably be Ruth's Chris', Charlie G's and French Press.


plawmac
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
papa - what was the name of the restaurant that used to be located by ULL in the Saint street area, and then moved to Jefferson Street? Is it still open?


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coolpapaboze
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
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I don't understand why he retired to Lafayette instead of NO.

My wife and I are both from here, our parents are here and we have two small children and wanted them to know their grandparents. I complain about the food, but I've actually enjoyed living here (so far ).


glassman
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re: Best three Lafayette restaurants?
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My wife and I are both from here,


I stopped right there. Fair enough.


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