Help from the Regulars
I'm on my way to NO again for Decadence and need a little help with a restaurant recommendation.
We come 2 or 3 times per year and our itinerary is usually set by our restaurant choices (how else should you do NO?) We've done K. Paul's, Muriel's, Bacco's, Irene's, Snug Harbor, MiLa, Santa Fe, Lola's, even Vine & Dine, plus some others. This trip is pretty much planned out except for dinner on Sunday. The option I'm looking at is GW Fins.
I know the reviews are hit and miss, but it sort of fills the niche we have. Our fish-hater is not coming with us, so fish is a good option this time. But we are meeting two from Florida who have never been to NO, so we don't really know what they might like. So I'm trying to pick the brain of the Chowhound posters to get some alternative suggestions for GWFins. Probably in the same price range (just guessing about people's preference there), for sure in the Quarter (none of us wants to be driving during that particular weekend!), with decent food, decent wine/drinks, nice or cool atmosphere.
I may have to just line up some options and let the visitors pick. Any help would be appreciated!
I would love to try Green Goddess down in the Quarter. They finally have their license to seel booze so they have a rotating menu of specialty cocktails.
Luke is in the Hilton on St Charles (300 St Charles) and is only 3 blocks from Canal. It is worth the short walk (across the neutral territory)--they brew several beers there and they have fantastic charcuterie/terrines/rillettes as appetizers.
Mr B's would be a great place for BBQ shrimp in the FQ--maybe even consider Arnoud's followed by Mr B's-- oysters followed by BBQ shrimps......mmmmmmmmh......
333 St Charles, New Orleans, LA 70130
Mr B's Bistro
201 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70130