New Orlean Jazz Fest

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Stephen Rushmore Jr.
Fire Safety Admin
2003/04/29 13:23:41
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
Sundancer7
Fire Safety Admin
RE: New Orlean Jazz Fest 2003/04/29 13:47:48
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
Cubs Fan
Junior Burger
RE: New Orlean Jazz Fest 2003/05/07 12:42:43


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.
Sundancer7
Fire Safety Admin
RE: New Orlean Jazz Fest 2003/05/07 12:47:18
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