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I'm visiting you folks later this month, and are going to take in a show at Snug Harbor. Can you give me any dinner recs that are in that neighborhood? I'm open to most any types of cuisine. Any recs will be appreciated.

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  1. Marigny Brasserie is practically next door. There's also Adolfo's above the Apple Barrel. You can eat at Snug Harbor but it's a pretty blah menu.

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    1. re: bronwen

      Yes, I've had dinner at Snug Harbor...thought I'd try something a little less blah, and stick with what Snug does well, JAZZ!

      Thanks for recs, I'll look into them.

      1. re: bronwen

        The Marigny Brasserie isn't particularly notable (someone here once referred to it as "Sysco Catering" which sounds about on target). Adolfo's is pretty good though--their rack of lamb, a special, is very good indeed. (Adolfo's is cash only.)

        1. re: montuori

          OK, thanks...

      2. Maybe Three Muses though they specialize in smaller dishes.

        1. Feelings Cafe or the Country Club are both a short cab ride away. I'd avoid Marigny Brasserie.

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          1. re: Big Easy

            I'd skip Marigny Brasserie and Adolpho's as well. The afore mentioned Three Muses for an array of small plates. Perhaps Irene's then a leisurely stroll to Frenchmen. You will need reservations. Maximos is in the same general area and definitely more of a local clientele. Again, make a resv.
            http://maximosgrill.com/images/menus/...

          2. Three Muses down the block on Frenchmen St is a good choice for small plates and live music - good drinks as well

            Marigny Brasserie has improved over the last year or so, but still not what it was 10 years ago. The drinks are good, however

            I like Adolfo's, but it's not for everyone. The food is generally good, but the ambiance is in the negative numbers. I characterize it as 80% of the quality of a fine restaurant at about 60% of the cost.

            Irene's is relatively close on Chartres St, but they generally don't take reservations unless you're a regular. If you get there for the 5:30 opening you'll be seated right away: 10 or 15 minutes later and you'll be waiting an hour or more

            Down in the Bywater, @ 3200 Burgundy St, is Maurepas Foods. No reservations, small plates of innovative food and a great bar. It's a bit of a hike from Frenchmen St, but you can always call a cab to get back ( United Cabs - 504-524-9606