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Stephen Rushmore Jr.

New Orlean Jazz Fest Tue, 04/29/03 1:23 PM (permalink)
Where are people eating at this wonderful event? Here is my schedule:

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May 2 - FRIDAY
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Lunch - Uglesich's - 504-523-8571 - 1238 Baronne
Dinner - Mandina's - (504) 482-9179 - 3800 Canal St

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May 3 - SATURDAY
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Lunch - Uglesich's - 504-523-8571 - 1238 Baronne
Snack - Hansen's Sno-Blitz - (504) 891-9788 - 4801 Tchoupitoulas St
Snack - Loretta's - Pecan Pralines (Brown Sugar) - In French Market
Dinner - Casamento's - Oysters - 5:30pm-9:00pm - (504) 895-9761 - 4330 Magazine St

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May 4 - SUNDAY
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Lunch - Napolean House - 504-524-9752 - 500 Chartres Street
Dinner - Delmonico - 504.525.4937 - 1300 St. Charles Ave
 
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    Sundancer7

    RE: New Orlean Jazz Fest Tue, 04/29/03 1:47 PM (permalink)
    Stephen Rushmore: I was hoping to see you at the Jazz Fest. I am down there for another reason, but while I am there, I will partake in some of the activities. I have been there for the occasion before. I will have lunch at Uglesich's on Thursday close to their opening time. Looks like I will miss you. I will try to put a dent in their menu and there may be nothing left

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN
     
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      Cubs Fan

      RE: New Orlean Jazz Fest Wed, 05/7/03 12:42 PM (permalink)


      Was in New Orleans for the Final Four, but staying in Baton Rouge, so I didn't have a lot of time for extensive searches for Good Food, but I did get to Emeril's Delmonico for Sunday brunch and it was excellent. Uglesich's had long lines, so I bypassed it. Had red beans and rice at Bon Ton.

      Two years ago, while in New Orleans for the NCAA South Regional, I directed by friends to Eddie's on Law Avenue, but it was closed. We asked someone in the neighborhood about a comparable restaurant to Eddie's and was directed to "Two Sisters" at approximately an I-10 exit onto Canal Street. Went there for lunch and the parking lot across the street from the restaurant was full as was the restaurant. Good soul food rules here.
       
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        Sundancer7

        RE: New Orlean Jazz Fest Wed, 05/7/03 12:47 PM (permalink)
        There are always long lines at Uglesich's but the wait is worth it and much to my suprise, I found several people who read Roadfood.com in the line with me. That started some interesting conversations.
        They wanted to know who the "Mayor" and "Sundancer" characters were. I was afraid to identify myself

        Paul E. Smith
        Knoxville, TN
         
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