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blizzard caused flight delays..where to eat late night?

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Good Morning All...well, weather changes the best laid plans...We're leaving Buffalo
on a late flight. Our original was cancelled due to the weather in DC.
We will be arriving at our hotel,(InterContinental on St. Charles) around midnight.
What's a good bet for late night eating?
(We had planned on oysters at Felix's..but any recommendations are appreciated)

Thanks!.....Al

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  1. You'd need a cab for both places obviously:

    St Charles Tavern 24 hours on the downtown end of St Charles close to Lee Circle:
    http://www.stcharlestavern.com/

    A fun casual good late night place: In the Marigny:
    La Peniche
    (504) 943-1460
    1940 Dauphine St
    New Orleans, LA 70116

    Thursday 8 am thru Tuesday 2pm

    New Orleans style menu, red beans and rice, poboys, seafood dishes + full breakfast, specials, etc there is a menu on their facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/#!/LaPeniche2...
    Menu:
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?...

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    1. re: Suzy Wong

      Arriving today too... My guidebook mentions these for late-night, though I can't vouch for them: Clover Grill (burgers) 900 Bourbon St.; Coops (Cajun, burgers) 1109 Decatur; Angeli (sandwiches, calzones) 1141 Decatur; Fiorella's (Italian) 1136 Decatur; Huey's 24/7 Diner, 200 Magazine; Camelia Grill, Uptown/Riverbend, 626 S. Carrollton Ave.

      1. re: nashville2ny

        If you do end up at Clover Grill their omelettes are off the chart.

      2. Felipe's on N. Peters is open late on weekends.