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Jibbajabba
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Monroe dinner spots


In town for a couple of days. Been to genusas, genos, mohawk, and danken trail. Looking for a couple of non chain ideas. Any price and menu.

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OTIS2
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Cotton, Sage, Rawz, Waterfront...all good. You have to do Cotton at least once. New menu just came out.





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Bear Is Dead
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Cascio's right across the river in WM. Its new and has been fantastic. Get the Artichokes desiard and the Fried Snapper Tony.

Cotton next to the river on the monroe side. I really like the wild game dishes like the rabbit and venison. Duck wraps are pretty on point.






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LSUballs
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Cotton

Also;
Casios (west Monroe)
Warehouse
Sage
Waterfront






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Bear Is Dead
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quote:

Rawz

Hows this? Havent tried it yet






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LSUballs
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My wife loves it. I prefer my sushi deep fried.





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OTIS2
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Very casual but very good. I order Thai and Vietnamese dishes only. Everything I've had has been excellent. You can crank up the spice(1 to 10) on any menue item.

As for the sushi, my youngest loves it...but he loves grocery store sushi, too. I think it's fine...just not up to standards with a good quality Nola place.



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Bear Is Dead
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Haha. Well I'll have to try it then. On another note for those blessed by God enough to live in the NELA , has anyone tried that new thai place in WM (i think its called something spice or spice something)? I heard it was pretty solid.





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OTIS2
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If you like Indian cuisine, the place at the corner of either 4th or 3rd and Hudson is damn good.





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fats1576
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Bangkok Spice. It's not to bad I like the pad Thai and the sushi





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oompaw
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What...No Johnny's?





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fleaux
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how about Johnny's Pizza????



Is Rays Pege still open?? tore up some roast beef poboys there back in the day........






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LSUballs
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Rays is still open but it's not the same. Place called the Magic Grill is doing a pretty good rendition of all Rays old recipes.





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OTIS2
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quote:

roast beef poboys
Like Balls said, go to Magic Grill now.






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windriver
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quote:

Rays


Wow does that place miss Ray or what?






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LSUballs
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I guess so. I quit going a couple years ago because they sucked so bad. Maybe it's gotten back on track, but I doubt it.





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notslim99
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Melvin's had a good steak. I haven't been there in a couple of years though.





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Ole Geauxt
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For a real good southern lunch, go to Big Mommas down on South Second St. Take your gun with you, but leave it in the car. Make sure it ain't chitlin day if you don't like the smell.





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contraryman
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Wish Monroe's (Steak House) was still there.

Pickle Barrel?






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Bear Is Dead
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I second Big Mommas in the hood. Its a pretty good plate lunch.





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