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Sunday Dinner in the French Quarter

Cookie Baker Sep 16, 2012 05:43 AM

I know many restaurants are closed on Sunday's in the FQ. Looking for recommendations for a Sunday evening meal. I am open to any suggestions.

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    Gizmo56 RE: Cookie Baker Sep 16, 2012 09:43 AM

    R'evolution or GW Fins.

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      Gizmo56 RE: Gizmo56 Sep 16, 2012 10:54 AM

      Galatoire's, Muriel's, SoBou, Emeril's NOLA, Mr. B's, Arnaud's, Pelican Club, Bourbon House, Green Goddess, Gumbo Shop...

      Not sure why you think "many" are closed on Sunday's?

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        Cookie Baker RE: Gizmo56 Sep 16, 2012 04:49 PM

        I checked Herbsaint and a few other favs and they showed closed on Sundays. Happy to see I was wrong about MANY being closed on Sundays.

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      Littleman RE: Cookie Baker Sep 16, 2012 01:27 PM

      Here's a link to restaurants open on Sunday.


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        Bill Hunt RE: Littleman Sep 16, 2012 07:10 PM


        Thank you for that link. I was going to suggest Bayona, until I checked the list.

        Arnaud's has come through for us, so they would be added to MY list, as would Stella!

        R'evolution seemed to be a "work in progress," but that was in late July, and they showed the potential to improve. We are now in mid-Sept, so they are definitely on my "try again later" list.


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          Littleman RE: Bill Hunt Sep 18, 2012 11:50 AM

          Bayona is one of my favorites. Enjoy your next visit.

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        JazzyB RE: Cookie Baker Sep 18, 2012 02:21 PM

        Testaurants located in hotels are generally open . August is open as well. I'd choose either R'evolution, August or for more casual, Domenica.

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          nativebatonrougean RE: Cookie Baker Sep 19, 2012 06:01 PM

          For me it has been a long time since I have been in New Orleans. I would likely go to the Acme since it has been an aeon since I have been there and I deeply love it. (It is certainly casual.) It was always one of my favorite places in the world. I've never eaten at Arnaud's or Galatoire's and feel that a lack in my eating history. Tujague's is another restaurant I have yet to eat at but heard great things about.

          (After reading more recent comments of others, it sounds like Felix's which has been in business for 80 or so years and I love too needs your business right now more than the Acme does, apparently Acme has longer lines.)

          I would love hearing what you decide and what you ate and what you thought.

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