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FQF After-Dinner - Helix?

Diner4Life Apr 17, 2009 07:13 AM

I've been looking for a nice spot away from the madness to have a dinner Saturday night . Anyone have a suggestion?

One option is Helix. I've been once or twice for drinks and snacks, but never for dinner. They're offering what sounds like an incredible deal. Every Saturday they put on a wine dinner for $39. Five courses and six wines for $39? I'm assuming the portions will be a bit smaller than normal, but that still is a great deal. Here's a link to the menu. http://www.helixrwb.com/

Anyone got any other suggestions?

Helix Restaurant and Wine Bar
936 St Charles Ave, New orleans, LA

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  1. nikinik RE: Diner4Life Apr 17, 2009 08:02 AM

    I haven't been, but I have heard really good things about the Saturday night dinner...and you're right...it's an incredible deal.

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      Diner4Life RE: nikinik Apr 18, 2009 07:29 AM

      I made reservations at Helix . Two oyster courses, smoked salmon, duck, osso bucco, and chocolate ravioli with acoompanying wines for $39? Yeah, I'll take a chance.

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        lawstudent RE: Diner4Life May 6, 2009 08:08 AM

        How was it? There are half price coupons to Helix on Gambit Weekly's web site.

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          nikinik RE: lawstudent May 6, 2009 01:45 PM

          Where on the site?

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            wudz RE: nikinik Jun 6, 2009 03:36 PM


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      jolieblonde RE: Diner4Life May 15, 2009 08:46 AM

      You should enjoy Helix. The food is better than "good" and the wine parings are really great! I hope you enjoy it. That place has great potential!

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        wudz RE: jolieblonde Jun 20, 2009 06:53 AM

        We went and met some local friends there for dinner and drinks last night - so loud we couldn't even have the discussion on whether to stay while inside. Ran like hell and had a decent Italian dinner down St Charles a couple of miles.

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