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ramsay Jul 5, 2006 02:23 PM

Flying in to NO Friday evening and interested in some good restaurant ideas in the Metarie area. Thanks!

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    Cynaburst Jul 7, 2006 07:32 PM

    Hi, I was in town for a quick visit to my folks in Old Metairie last month and we had a nice dinner at Zeke's, 1517 Metairie Rd. It's casual Creole, good basic stuff. Sadly, the old owner Zeke Unangst died in Houston a few months back but the new ownership seemed to be keeping it pretty much as it was pre-K.

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      Robert Peyton Jul 7, 2006 07:31 PM

      I'll second Da Piero. Good Italian food, and not the "Creole Italian" we're so used to in New Orleans. It's actually very close to Le Parvenu.

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        chocolatetartguy Jul 7, 2006 02:13 AM

        Years ago, Patty Unterman, an SF restauranteur and critic, recommended Bozo's Roadhouse in Metairie. It was closed when I went there on a Sunday on the way to a flea market that was also closed. Is it still there post Katrina?

        1. Bill Hunt Jul 7, 2006 12:39 AM

          If proximity to the airport is part of the deal, I'll second Le Parvenu. All meals there have been great. I do wish that they would work on their wine list a bit, and upgrade the stemware, but I guess that is a small price to pay. We have even taken to storing a set of Riedel at mom-in-law's, just to take along.

          Hunt

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            Hungry Celeste Jul 6, 2006 01:30 PM

            What sort of food are you seeking? Close to the airport & nice: Le Parvenu on Williams (modern american cooking, some LA ingredients & creole inspiration) and Restaurant da Piero (northern italian), also on Williams (toward the river from Airline Highway). But these are both in Kenner, not Metairie.

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