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If I Liked ....., Where Should I Go for My "Last Supper?"

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Have been in and out of NO a few times over the last few months for work and really enjoying the food (based in FQ / CBD each time). I'm nearing my last visit this coming week, and want to make sure I hit the remaining "must-do's" with my final two dinners (and one final lunch). I'll be a solo diner.

Love love loved Herbsaint on my last visit. (Tried a fried lamb's neck special that was out of this world.)

I've really enjoyed the po' boy at Stanley for my last couple trips, nice relaxed vibe there too. Also have enjoyed the po' boy at Mother's.

Was underwhelmed by Luke on my last visit (felt generic, food was solid but not exceptional). Enjoyed Commander's for the scene and again had a very good-but-not-great meal, had a nice pecan-crusted seafood meal at Brennan's. Hit NOLA one night as it was close to my hotel and had a perfectly good meal at the bar (though not wow'ed).

Some places I'm considering, but would also love to hear recommendations on other must-do's:
- Cochon
- Coquette
- MiLA
- August

In sum... something inventive, something very New Orleans, something I'll miss when my near-monthly trips come to an end... I want a Last Supper!

Thanks in advance.

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Cochon
930 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA 70130

Herbsaint
701 Saint Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70130

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    1. Irene's Cuisine @ 539 St. Phillip St., New Orleans, LA. 504 - 529 - 8811.

      Muriel's @ 801 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA. 504 - 568 - 1885. *

      http://www.muriels.com/html/home.html

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      Irene's Cuisine
      539 Saint Philip St, New Orleans, LA 70116

      1. With any of the four you list, you can't go wrong: August, imo, is is in a class of its own. I love Coquette and MiLa. Ialso like Cochon, a lot (but it is what I would call upscale rustic, not the kind of fine dining the others are--and it's not so much New Orleans cuisine as it is Cajun.)

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        Cochon
        930 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA 70130

        1. nomad...... has it on the nose. I'd try Coquette, and'd consider One (Hampson st. -Riverbend). August is, indeed, up a tier from the others. All good choices

          1. In my opinion, nothing comes close to Brigtsen's. If I had only one dinner, and I have had that happen a few times, I would choose it every time.

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            Brigtsen's Restaurant
            723 Dante St, New Orleans, LA 70118