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Gaston
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
N7

French place, everything is good. Excellent seafood. Off the beaten path is an understatement, there’s not even a sign.
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REG861
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
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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.




He prefers Walk on’s for his special occasions
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Arbengal
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Second Russel’s.


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Tiger Attorney
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New Orleans
Member since Oct 2007
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Jamilas
Tartine
El Taco Loco
Lola
Saj
Bhudsis


fightin tigers
Downtown Prairieville
Member since Mar 2008
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Saj is one of the more under the radar new places.

If I had 20 meals left in the city I don't think it would make it, but it is really good. Not sure that qualification makes sense.
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REG861
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
I’ll throw in Que Rico, 1000 figs, Averys and chais Delachaise
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fightin tigers
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Turkey and the Wolf too. I haven't been there in a year or so and would choose Steins over it, but they don't make bad food. Leaving all the other BS aside.

Only did Chais once, didn't particularly prefer it over just Delachaise.
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HogWalloper
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Russell's is good but clientele, without saying who they are, may often be trashy and loud. I tend toward Sala and Katie's for brunch.

I like Blue Crab for seafood w/ a view of the lake.


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DaBeerz
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Toups meatery


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pmacneworleans
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Second for N7. Fantastic place.


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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
I love Turkey and the Wolf but it’s very far from off the beaten path imo. It’s extremely Popular


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Daktari
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
For seafood I’d give strong consideration to Station 6.


DomincDecoco
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Dragos is a nice safe bet in Metry


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Lester Earl
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
That roti bread at Saj fricks


nicholastiger
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2004
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Port O Call
Pascal Manale's
Blue Oak BBQ
Angelo Brocato's for desert


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StringMusic
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Metaire, LA
Member since Dec 2006
204 posts

re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Mais Arepas - Clio & Carondolet.

Or if you want to stay in Jefferson Parish - Station 6 in Bucktown.


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IH8ThreePutts
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Kenner Seafood


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jmon
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Mandeville, LA
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
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Turkey and the Wolf

Do not see the allure of this place. Horrible service, extremely average food, and way overpriced for what you get.

Perhaps I went on an off day...


NOLATiger71
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
Domolise’s
Casamento’s
Katie’s
Mandina’s
Nor-Joe’s
World deli
Vincent’s
Brown butter
Bevi Seafood
Brightsons
Mosca’s
Jack Depsey’s
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Bawwitdabaw
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re: Off the beaten path restaurants in NOLA
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Do not see the allure of this place. Horrible service, extremely average food, and way overpriced for what you get.

Perhaps I went on an off day...


The only allure is for hipsters to celebrate drinking out of an old school 1970's thick plastic cup.

It ranks up there as one of, if not the, most overrated places in New Orleans. Used to live within walking distance and went twice and left unimpressed both times.

$13 for bologna sandwich which is mostly just a giant pile of chips on top of 2 pieces of bologna. No thanks.


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