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dcbl
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Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
I’m here for a few nights, with so much closed, kind of sad really

What is a good breakfast spot and seafood spot the most tourists never see?


p&g
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
You better stay on the beaten path if you value your health, money and life.


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LaBR4
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Katie's on Iberville

Mandina's on Canel

You won't be disappointed with either.
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Klark Kent
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
‘off the beaten path’ because of car jacking and car break-ins you have to park in a safe spot and walk a few blocks?


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m57
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Russels Marina Grill in Lakeview/WestEnd for breakfast


notiger1997
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Post this on the food and drink board so people like p&g don’t try to send you to a Cracker Barrel or Olive Garden.


CarRamrod
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Reds Chinese


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fightin tigers
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Breakfast - Bearcat, Tartine, Think Lazy Dog is closed for now, Wake and Bake, Toast, La Boulangerie for pastries and such, Gracious for Bakery Breakfast, Slim Goodies for alright diner breakfast


SloaneRanger
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Depends on your definition of off the beaten path. There are high end places Uptown that few tourists go to. Go to the F&D board for better responses.


Gotabyte
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Jack Dempseys on Poland, Bring armory though


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p&g
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Walks ons !


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STEVED00
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Moscas, Cafe Degas, Venezia, Gendusa’s,


dcbl
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
quote:

Russels Marina Grill in Lakeview/WestEnd for breakfast
sounds like my speed



dcbl
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Awesome, thx


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Btrtigerfan
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
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Moscas


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dcbl
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Will try one of those tomorrow



p&g
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
I always enjoyed coquette


Try that one


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LouisianaLady
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Russell’s Marina Grill is my favorite breakfast spot. No frills, but all good.

Edit - This is has been said. Ignore me.
This post was edited on 2/22 at 6:10 pm


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Saskwatch
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
quote:

seafood spot


Fried seafood or more upscale seafood?



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GynoSandberg
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Consider the High Hat Cafe, would ya?


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