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2003/04/28 20:29:08 (permalink)

Uglesich's

Tomorrow I am leaving for montgomery, AL, NO, Talahassee, Orlando and several other places. One of the restauants I will definately visit is Uglesich's. I travel frequently to NO and their unique place is my favorite. I enjoy their oysters anyway they serve them. They have a unique way of serving. You stand in line, give Mr. Uglesich your order and when it is delivered, you get your table. sorta strange but it works. They do not have a lot of space, but that does not stop the people from coming. I wish they took a credit card. My company pays, but this is a cash only. Eats into my reserve. I always stay at the Springhill Suites which is only about a mile from their location and it is handy. They also have a very unique bloody mary. Very garlicy and tasty.

I will be in Montgomery, AL. I have never found a place that I enjoy there although I am sure there are many. Any pointers would be handy.

Paul E. smith
Knoxville, TN

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    Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/28 21:43:11 (permalink)
    I will be eating at Uglesich's this Fri & Sat lunch for NO Jazzfest. Will you also be standing in line? It's one of my favorite meals in town, and will take well overdue pictures for the web site.
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 04:42:50 (permalink)
    Stephen, I will be at Uglesich's tomorrow at 11:00AM. I will be first in line. A picture will not do justice to the compactness of the place. More room outside but outside ain't much fun in NO in the summertime. Extremely humid place. Good thing they got cold beer and great food.

    I stay at the Springhill suites which is only about a mile away. Even that is somewhat of an issue. If you don't mget there pretty early, parking is not easy.

    Anyway, Uglesich's is worth it.

    Paul E. Smith
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    topferment
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 10:59:54 (permalink)
    Sundancer, boy do I envy you. Uglesich's is one of my favorite places in the world. Have you ever been to the Napoleon House in the Quarter? In my opinion they have the best atmosphere in New Orleans. Try a Pimm's cup there if you like mixed drinks.
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 11:24:27 (permalink)
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    Sundancer, boy do I envy you. Uglesich's is one of my favorite places in the world. Have you ever been to the Napoleon House in the Quarter? In my opinion they have the best atmosphere in New Orleans. Try a Pimm's cup there if you like mixed drinks.



    Where is the Napolean House and what is their menu like?

    I'll be in NO tomorrow.
    I will probably be at Uglesichs on Thursday for lunch. I might see Stephen Rushmore there as he will be in NO for the JazzFest.

    Paul E. Smith
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    topferment
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 12:36:19 (permalink)
    Sundancer, the address is:
    Napoleon House Bar & Cafe
    500 Chartres St.
    New Orleans, LA 70130
    It's at the corner of St Louis and Chartres in the French Quarter. They have a full creole/cajun menu and what I think is one of the best muffuletta sandwiches in town. But it's worth going even if you just want a drink. Hope this helps.
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    Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 13:21:21 (permalink)
    Slightly off topic, but here is my New Orleans Agenda:

    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=326
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    topferment
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 13:45:29 (permalink)
    Hello Stephen, oh man I am getting more jealous. I ate at Mandina's on the last night of my last trip to New Orleans. I had their oyster and artichoke soup for an appetizer and the seafood platter for the main dish. Everything was excellent and the service was outstanding. This is probably my favorite neighborhood type restaurant. When we were ready to leave my wife still had not finished her cocktail so the waitress offered her a to go cup. When it came back from the bar it was topped off. I love New Orleans!
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 14:05:31 (permalink)
    Will someone please tell me how in the H-E-double hockey sticks you pronounce Uglesich?

    -Yumbo
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 14:18:20 (permalink)
    yumbo, you say it U-glish

    -topferment
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 15:15:41 (permalink)
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    yumbo, you say it U-glish

    -topferment



    YOO-glish? or it is OO-glish?
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    topferment
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 18:02:54 (permalink)
    Yoo-glish, sorry about the confusion.
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/04/29 19:22:52 (permalink)
    Enjoy your trip(s) to the Fat-City
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/05/03 17:11:28 (permalink)
    Anthony Uglesich indicates his name is prounounced phoenetically as : youglesich or you gle sich. I asked him. It is a croatian name.

    Paul E. Smith
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    Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/05/08 14:27:38 (permalink)
    I have uploaded a bunch of new photos for Uglesich's They can all be found here:

    http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Photo.aspx?RefID=146&PhotoID=3897

    Here is the teaser:

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    Sundancer7
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    RE: Uglesich's 2003/05/08 19:57:46 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Stephen Rushmore Jr.

    I have uploaded a bunch of new photos for Uglesich's They can all be found here:

    http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Photo.aspx?RefID=146&PhotoID=3897

    Here is the teaser:

    I want to tell you that Mrs. Uglesich prepares the best Bloody Mary that I have ever had. I also had the shrimp and grits which were great, fried oysters, which were also the best, Ever thing that they serve is quality assured by Anthony Uglesich and is wonderful.

    thanks Stephen for the pics

    Paul E. Smith

    Knoxville, TN
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