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TigerinKorea
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Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Lately with my work, I have frequently found myself in that area for lunch and dinner. There is so much there, and I don't want to waste a meal on something mediocre. What are your recommendations?


vistajay
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
What area? Magazine runs from the Zoo to the CBD.


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Lester Earl
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
That’s a long arse street bubba


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hungryone
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Tito's Ceviche is a sleeper, give it a try.


rowbear1922
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Close to Audubon: Avo, Saba and Bistro Daisy (only open for dinner)

Near Napoleon: La Petite Grocery, Shaya, Saffron, Casamentos

Near Louisiana Ave: Lilette, Cavan, Mahoneys, Vintage Coquette

Once you start getting into the CBD, there are a bunch of places all in a few blocks of one another


t00f
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
If you want to venture slightly off Magazine I'd check out Costera


hungryone
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Adding some lunch places:
Guy's Poboys
Stein's Deli
Pizza Domenica


rowbear1922
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
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Adding some lunch places:
Guy's Poboys
Stein's Deli
Pizza Domenica


I'm never able to go anywhere for lunch during the week so I definitely overlooked some.


Large Farva
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Izzos


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OTIS2
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Had dinner recently at Costera. Was excellent.


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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
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If you want to venture slightly off Magazine I'd check out Costera


Went this weekend and it was fantastic. Tuna and scallops were the standout dishes but everything was great. Good wines by the glass and great atmosphere.


fightin tigers
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
I just found the prices seemed really high for the food. I'm not one to complain about prices either.


Fat Harry
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Saffron is a great spot.


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hogan4eva
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Que Rico has amazing Cuban food


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Demshoes
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Really. Wife and I split 5 plates and we each had two glasses of wine and I got out of there for $100. That's not too bad.


fightin tigers
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Looked at the transaction. Was 229 after tax/tip. Sure it included a several drinks.

Wasn't like we ordered any different, just seemed expensive for what it was.


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t00f
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Yeah we were around $120 after TT


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Yowie Wowie
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Can’t believe no one has mentioned Gris Gris. That’s my favorite place on Magaxine at the moment.


saderade
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
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Tito's Ceviche is a sleeper, give it a try
Don’t understand why you got so many downvotes. The restaurant is great and the most affordable out of all the higher end places mentioned. Only issue is it’s a little drive from the main food/drink area of Magazine.

ETA: I’ll add Mayas as another underrated place no one talks about.
This post was edited on 10/9 at 4:30 pm


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fightin tigers
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re: Recommendations for Restaurants Along Magazine St
Gris Gris has been great both times I have gone.

Going to be cool soon so Nomiya for ramen.

Bordeaux has a good looking lunch menu, check the weather first.

Guys for a poboy, they take plastic now.

La Boulangerie has been having some damn good lunch sandwiches/specials now that Link has them. Stuff like herbed roasted lamb shank sandwich.

Red Dog Diner

Thalia for dinner

LPG, lunch or dinner.

Check for popups too. Yinzer Cheesesteaks at Rendezvous on Mon/Tues and Shank has been doing popups at Barrelproof that are killer.
This post was edited on 10/9 at 5:01 pm


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