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I've been to New Orleans a couple times. I've eaten an many simply fantastic restaurants, including some of the most highly rated currently, even eating at chef's tables. But most of them have been the very new "trendy" variety. I'm looking for NO's most "romantic" or "intimate" restaurants -- the sort of place where two people can have a wonderful and atmospheric meal and still quietly talk rather than yell to be heard over the din. Are any of the really old places like Antoine's or Galatoire's like that? Those are two I've missed. I was even thinking Commader's Palace, but the upstairs room we ate in last time was so loud I couldn't hear myself think, yet alone talk.

This will be in April, if that makes a difference -- like a garden opportunity if it's more quiet?

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