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Sunday dinner options for the wife and I

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andrew21 Feb 28, 2011 09:45 AM

Staying in the quarter with a car at the end of March. Looking for a good dinner the night before we leave. Was hoping for Herbsaint or Bayona- both closed on Sunday's. Looking for something similar.
Last year we went to Cochon, Dante's Kitchen and Tim and Jenny's - these were all great, but was hoping for something that we haven't tried. Not looking for real high end like August or similar.
Thanks for the feedback.

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Cochon
930 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA 70130

Bayona
430 Dauphine St, New Orleans, LA 70112

Dante's Kitchen
736 Dante Street, New Orleans, LA 70118

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    collardman Feb 28, 2011 10:15 AM

    Since you have a car you can go to Mondo in Lakeview, SSpicers other place. (If it's open). Check out the Pelican Club for cost.

    For a very nice location, Ralph's on the Park. I admit I haven't eaten there but it was a favorite when the Sand's ran it as Tavern on the Park. In the same area is Cafe Dega's, which should be priced right.

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    Pelican Club Restaurant & Bar
    312 Exchange Alley, New Orleans, LA 70130

    Cafe Degas
    3127 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119

    Mondo
    900 Harrison Ave, New Orleans, LA 70124

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    1. re: collardman
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      JazzyB Mar 1, 2011 05:19 AM

      Not a fan of Mondo, Ralph's or Cafe Degas. For about the same $$ as the latter two, I'd rather go to Emeril's. Sundays are tough. Check nomenu.com for a list of restaurants open Sunday.

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      Emeril's Restaurant
      800 Tchoupitoulas, New Orleans, LA 70130

      Cafe Degas
      3127 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119

      Mondo
      900 Harrison Ave, New Orleans, LA 70124

      1. re: collardman
        Bill Hunt Mar 2, 2011 06:20 PM

        I'd quickly support Ralph's on the Park, and also Emeril's. Neither is "over-the-top" on price, and the food has always been good. I consider both to be values.

        Emeril's is a bit more "laid back" and some might say "fun," while Ralph's is a tad more formal, and quiet, but not stuffy in any way.

        Enjoy,

        Hunt

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        Emeril's Restaurant
        800 Tchoupitoulas, New Orleans, LA 70130

      2. l
        Littleman Mar 1, 2011 05:50 AM

        Here's a link to restaurants open Sunday for dinner. I would go to Emeril's.

        http://www.nomenu.com/joomla1/index.p...

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        Emeril's Restaurant
        800 Tchoupitoulas, New Orleans, LA 70130

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