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On a Friday night if I get there at six or a little after (however long it takes to get from Cooter Browns after LSU whipping up on the Piggies) how long of a wait for a table for two?

Also, what are your favorites on the menu?







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Jones
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30 minutes to an hour maybe.

just get some drinks next door at maple leaf so you dont feel as bad paying for the food next door






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At least an hour, I would imagine. 6 MIGHT be early enough to get it at the hour mark, but I've heard of waits of 2 hours or longer this time of year.

The shrimp and alligator sausage cheesecake app obviously.







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crownroyaltiger
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Did the same thing this past weeek-end. Watched game @ Cooters, arrived @ 6:30ish. Waited 1 hr, had drinks at Maple Leaf, was trashed and food tasted just fine. A succesful evening in my book.


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Fletch F Fletch
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I had the rabbit last year when I went, it was delicious.





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LSU0358
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quote:

Did the same thing this past weeek-end.


Is it within walking distance from Cooter Brown?



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crownroyaltiger
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Would be a hike, i did see people do it sunday for the po boy fetival (was on the same street)





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