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aggies85 Aug 4, 2012 07:54 AM

My husband and daughter and I decided to stop by NOLA for a night on our way back from vacation. We know we want a Poboy for lunch - Johnny's or Mahoney's??? - but for dinner we aren't sure. The problem is, my husband only has shorts to wear. So with that limitation, what are your suggestions?

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    collardman RE: aggies85 Aug 4, 2012 10:37 AM

    You can problably get into just about any restaurant you want, excluding 2 or 3 which have been named here on several proper attire threads. There were shorts in Restaurant August at lunch when we were there and I think most restaurants have eased any regulations during the slow hot season. If he has a nice collard shirt you should be fine.

    1. texasredtop RE: aggies85 Aug 4, 2012 02:45 PM

      I'd choose Johnny's. It's less expensive and the shrimp po-boy is a little better. Mahoney's is good but we had a large po-boy, a small po-boy, fries and onion rings, 2 soft drinks and it was right at $50. I had the chicken liver po-boy which was really good, hubby had the shrimp and I thought Johnny's shrimp was better buy a little bit. We've only had the shrimp and the oyster po-boys at Johnny's and the shrimp is the way to go.

      Can you eat at Domenica in shorts? We're going to try it week after next for the happy hour 1/2 price pizza.

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        hazelhurst RE: texasredtop Aug 4, 2012 03:03 PM

        I've seen shorts in Domenica..whether that was a fluke or not I cannot say but, given the raiment I see in the Roosevelt Lobby, I cannot imagine there is any prohibition against them. I'm always in a suit but that is the Way We Were.

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        ilikeNOLA RE: aggies85 Aug 21, 2012 06:42 PM

        When? Am I too late? Upperline.
        Joey K's.
        Mr. B's

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