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bladerobbins Oct 9, 2007 08:38 PM

I'm staying at the Renaissance Pere Marquette and am thinking that after a long day of work tomorrow I may need just to order in and watch tv. Room service here doesn't seem fantastic. Is there anyway nearby that delivers? Thanks!

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  1. jamielynn RE: bladerobbins Oct 10, 2007 09:04 AM

    Refresh my memory where this is in the quarter?

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      philmaur RE: jamielynn Oct 10, 2007 09:17 AM

      The Renaissance Pere Marquette is in the CBD, 817 Common St. @ Carondelet.

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        jamielynn RE: philmaur Oct 10, 2007 09:45 AM

        FYI (your not in the quarter your in the CBD and make sure they will cross canal)
        My first suggestion would be Verti Mart (any poboy but look up their specilty sandwiches - they are famous and talked about on this site often) Do a search on the New Orleans Board for Verti Mart for suggestions and comments.
        http://www.vertimarte.com/default.asp...
        Also:
        FIORELLA'S CAFÉ
        45 French Market Place; 1136 Decatur St., 528-9566
        ZYDECO BBQ AND ROADHOUSE
        808 Iberville St., 565-5520; www.zydecobbq.com

        Delivery is hard - good luck with these

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          bronwen RE: jamielynn Oct 15, 2007 08:56 AM

          There are a couple in the Warehouse District - the hotel will help you with them, although I think you're nuts to stay in New Orleans and order in!!

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      HeidiCT RE: bladerobbins Oct 15, 2007 10:05 AM

      Johnny's Po-Boys delivers in the quarter. They have been around for along time and are known for the amazing po-boys. We also had breakfast there, the catfish was done perfectly and the bisquit was amazing.

      Our hotel had a menu in our room. I have looked online and haven't been able to find one. Here is their info. . 511 St. Louis. 524-8129.

      Out of all the places that deliver, they seem to be the most "New Orleans". Try them, they are really good.

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