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coquette or bistro daisy ?

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monomalo12 Aug 12, 2009 09:47 AM

we are taking friends out for dinner sat evening and, for various reasons, have narrowed it down to these two. our first choice, patois, is out because they are closed this weekend. any other suggestions, however, are welcome!

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    ScarlettNola RE: monomalo12 Aug 12, 2009 02:32 PM

    I really like Bistro Daisy (try the Daisy Salad) but you will do very well at Coquette as well. They are fairly equal IMHO. I really like Lilette as well as Brigtsens

    1. uptownlibrarian RE: monomalo12 Aug 12, 2009 03:22 PM

      I would definitely go with Bistro Daisy. I wasn't super impressed with Coquette. It was fine, but not really on the same level as Daisy, although Daisy is a bit more expensive.

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        louisiana RE: uptownlibrarian Aug 12, 2009 04:57 PM

        Coquette is my choice for this onebut Bistro Daisy is another great restaurant.

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          JazzyB RE: louisiana Aug 13, 2009 07:55 AM

          Deciding factor may be whichever one you can procure a resv.

      2. BayouTeche RE: monomalo12 Aug 13, 2009 08:03 AM

        For food, Daisy just edges out Coquette. Atmosphere, Coquette, hands down.

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          smctexnola RE: monomalo12 Aug 13, 2009 08:18 AM

          The food at Bistro Daisy far outdoes that at Coquette. Though Coquette is cute, has lovely wine and excellent cocktails, the plates are unsubstantial and some of the food is simply not worth the cost. My recent meal at Bistro Daisy was one of the best I've had in the city, rivaling Patios, whose fall menu I adore.

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            kibbles RE: monomalo12 Aug 13, 2009 08:26 AM

            coquette's homemade bread is perhaps the best evar.

            i was slightly underwhelmed w/ my plate at coquette since it seemed naked w/o a substantial side (dont even remember what i ordered anymore), but my SO liked it much more than Daisy.

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